The minimalist's wardrobe
View Single Post
Join Date: Dec 2004
Iīve just written a long and (I thought) inspired reply but this bloody PC erased it before I could post it.
To sum it up, I think new additions to wardrobe should feel like you already owned them.
If you feel in your guts that something is dubious, less than perfect... Itīs better to refrain from buying.
The better clothes I bought were like a love affair...I knew right away that I was gonna love them. And when I bought stuff having second thoughts....I regreted it.
The world is full of clothes, and somehere lays the perfect item you search. Itīs better not to be tempted by "not so perfect" things...because eventually youīll find the one you love and that will be with you for a long time.
The perfect clothes ane the one that always work, that never let you down and the ones that when you see yourself in a mirror during the day you think...Yay! This looks good on me! instead of... What was I thinking?
The same thing with uncomfortable stuff that can look good but makes you feel contrived or simply NOT yourself.
Itīs awful to buy stuff and regret the money youīve payed for them, even if itīs only a few dollars.
Something you pay 20 bucks is expensive if you look bad in it or you never wear it.
Last edited by newprincesita; 17-06-2006 at
View this member's profile
Post a comment to this member's profile
Send a private message to newprincesita
Find More Posts by newprincesita