Did you never fell into the trap of buying a dress that you knew
it was not matching your style,
simply because a friend told you that it looks good on her
and then whenever you saw it hanging,
unworn in your wardrobe,
you were thinking that your lost money
and that you should not had bought it?
•When convincing yourself that you could not wear the same striking outfit more than once, because your friends will recognize it and start commenting things. But you're not a famous star. Nobody keeps a notes list, to what what we wear. Besides, the amazing clothes are a little hard to find and its better we wear the same pieces over and over again and look wonderful, instead of wasting time and money on other inferior.
•Didn’t you ever put your favorite shirt in the washing machine or tuble dryer, just because it was too cheap to give its value to laundry service fees? Oh well … More likely, it was damaged during the washing.
•If your “favorite sport” is called SHOPPING and you would prefer to spend on inexpensive sports wear and accessories and then there was nothing left to spare for something with real quality. Correctly?
•Many girls buy the same thing again and again. Variations in other colors, till they realize that the real reason they did this, was that they were worried that the ideal will never appear.
You knew upfront that the shoes you were choosing, would make your feet sore,
but they were so beautiful to resist them!
•You used to limit your choices in shopping based on the impressions of others for what was "right" for your body type.
What you actually did, was to stop yourself from trying new things and often to be convinced by them that your body is in need of some sort of "camouflage." This was leading you to do more shopping of other clothes, hoping and expecting to solve your “supposed problem”.
•You knew upfront that the shoes you were choosing, they would make your feet sore, but they were so beautiful to resist them, so you were convincing yourself that they will be more bearable to walk once they have been worn a few times.
•Were you paying attention to the label instructions for washing and ironing, when it had to do with expensive clothes?
Even if the label advised, Dry Clean only or they needed press ironing ?
•Didn’t you pay much more, just because of the name on the label and of course, you were ignoring the quality of the garment?
•Weren't you buying something that you liked, because your friend had the same? Taking the non-existent chance, not to wear the same time, at the same place. As if it would had been the end of the world if it had happened.
•Did you never buy something very nice but you were afraid to wear it?
You stored it, for a special occasion, but this time unfortunately never came.
•Weren’t you choosing pieces that were too modern or too classic, when you should had been spending your money, on those that would create your own personal style? Of course, the real problem was that you did not have, a personal style.
But once you found it, everything fell into place.