in a large plate glass window in work today. Either I avoid reflective surfaces or I need a new work wardrobe. 15 months ago
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and spend wisely. Love everything I bought, and nothing over a size 16 – apparently this is my latest issue, wearing clothes too big for the size I am now. Thank goodness for honest friends….. kinda :-) My little challange was a pair of purple shoe boots – I am a flats/runners wearer but that needs to change. Will have to really push myself to wear them – these suckers have ONE INCH HEELS! 16 months ago
I’m a 6 foot tall girl so it’s tough finding clothes that fit. 17 months ago
Wool. all over. Stratching away. What was I thinking? Not to mention I have it four years and never worn it. Obviously!! So off it goes to make someone else happy (it is beautiful… sigh) so to reward myself (this is the first thing I have let go of that I have found difficult) I did only a little soul searching when I found a perfect ‘dressy’ cardigan in M & S today. It’s not on sale, it is a little expensive but I have been looking for exactly this for over a year now and they won’t have my size for very long. Bought. And now I have several more outfit options over the festive season, cause I can cover up my horrible bingo wings with lovely sparkly black wool, but the rest of whatever I am wearing is on show. 18 months ago
in a lovely petrol blue, and a Prussian blue tee-shirt/tunic top for casual wear. I wore the tunic out last night, and up to my mams today (over a long sleeved T) and I felt really happy and good in it. Need to throw out a couple of things now to balance the spend. 18 months ago
when I look in my wardrobe, I like almost everything handing there, AND I have worn every single item at least once. That shound be fairly obvious, but it’s been a lot of hard work for me. Next step will be weeding out the remaining dud items, getting a nice work wardrobe together, and creating a personal style… all on a strict budget, naturally :-) 21 months ago
I can see that this wardrobe creation lark will require some time and effort. But I did pick up a few tops for work, which were really, really necessary. And I have cracked my dowdy work clothes habits, by making the rule that I have to wear every single thing I buy out casually once before I can wear them for work. I know, I know, it’s stupid….. but this is really working for me. I obviously have some deep de-programming to get through and this is the key until I manage to re-educate myself. Got a loyalty card from the shop too, so that may help reduce the cost of future buys. 23 months ago
I have treated myself to a lovely top, and in return put three others in the charity bag. They don’t suit me, and I don’t love them. Since when did I start buying all the dowdy, dated clothes that seem to make up most of my wardrobe??? Out, out I say!! 23 months ago