"Wear less black" is one of mine too - it seems like a black dress (I have many, from ultra-casual to full-length formals) is my default outfit.
Also, to buy fewer but higher quality pieces (inspired in part by the 4-5 piece wardrobe thread), for many reasons. Not only do well-made clothes just look and fit better in many cases, a higher price point means that I will only purchase the things I really want - instead of going cheap fashion fix route (that adds up!).
*buy more black pieces made of different materials and in different textures.
*buy more dresses, I really need some basic ones in grey and navy..
*actually buy some nice black flats that look good on my feet.
*oh and try to buy less, but in better quality.. - I think I will always be a high-street girl though
Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't. - Mark Twain
- Be more adventurous instead of worrying about how other people will react.
- Buy pieces that work with what I already own, instead of things that are nice, but will sit in my closet all alone because I have nothing to wear them with.
- More colors and prints.
- More dresses.
- LEARN TO BUDGET!