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Here's what happened when these 2 wore the same outfit for an entire week

by Alexandra Zaslow / / Source: TODAY

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Think you'd be able to wear the same outfit every day for an entire week? Two Huffington Post staffers put it to the test.

As part of the media outlet's "Reclaim" project, an initiative to highlight the world's waste crisis, fashion and lifestyle editor Jamie Feldman and reporter Andy Campbell set off to see if they could get away with wearing the same clothes all week.

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"We've covered the world's textile crisis all month, but in order to really practice what we preach, we had to do something to challenge ourselves and not just our readers," Feldman, 27, told TODAY.

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Huffington Post staffers Andy Campbell and Jamie Feldman in the outfits they wore for an entire week. Courtesy of Damon Dahlennull

The two brave souls were surprised when no one noticed they'd been repeating outfits until day four.

In Feldman's case, a coworker Gchatted her from across the office to ask if she'd been wearing the same dress all week. Campbell, meanwhile, was accused of doing a "walk of shame" after not sleeping in his own bed the night before.

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"The hardest part for me was getting out of my own head and not worry that everyone is watching me, but it went away really fast when I saw that nobody cared," Campbell, 28, told TODAY.

"You don't need to have a closet full of clothes you don't wear," Campbell said.Courtesy of Damon Dahlennull

Until this experiment, Feldman didn't realize how much effort she put into what she wore everyday.

"I found myself putting on different accessories and wearing more makeup because I felt like I needed to change something and I wasn't able to express myself the way I usually do," Feldman said.

The pair tried the experiment as part of the Huffington Post's "Reclaim" project, an initiative to highlight the world's waste crisis. Courtesy of Damon Dahlennull

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Feldman wasn't going to let this get in the way of living her life.

One night, before heading to an event, she worked out but did not have time to shower afterward. So she slipped the same dress back on.

"This dress has seen me though it all," Feldman said.

Campbell and Feldman admitted their outfits got a little sweaty as the week wore on. Courtesy of Damon Dahlennull

Campbell's clothes also got pretty sweaty after a night of dancing, but he rolled with it.

"You don't need to have a closet full of clothes you don't wear," Campbell said. "It's not impossible to do a lot with a little."

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