Do you repeat the same wardrobe mistakes year after year?
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Join Date: Dec 2009
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“Dressing the same you did in high school can be a way to hold onto the best time in your life when the here and now is not a happy place,” she added. “A disorganized wardrobe can indicate a life in chaos.”
Those kind of statements always sound so pseudo-psychological.
I sympathize with the woman that says she tries to incorporate colorful pieces into her all-black wardrobe and knows the moment she's purchasing them that she's never going to wear them. I've been doing the same for years. Sometimes even buying expensive items like leather jackets or dresses in colors that I can't actually bring myself to ever wear because they're so not me.
I do think my wardrobe mistakes are getting fewer over the years, though? Not sure it is because I'm getting more conscious about what I want to wear and what I want to spend my money on or if it's just because I've been buying less clothes overall
I don't think that '30-day return policy' mindset is as popular outside the US so I don't think most people outside the US buy something with that excuse in mind. I find that amongst my friends it's mainly the trend-oriented shopping and just being very impulsive in general that makes them buy things they won't end up wearing. Good deals on designer clothes are always dangerous, too
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