So it’s better in the long-run, and also makes life easier by having fewer items that all work together and make you feel great when you wear them.
:) Plus, cleaning our your closet helps with the next few points: Now that you have a giant pile of clothes that you want to get rid of, how are you going to make some money off of them? As long as you’re willing to sell old clothes for a piece, you shouldn’t have a problem getting some cash back for your old t-shirts and yoga pants!
But any rule that tells you a certain kind of clothing is forbidden for your body type is simply preposterous and should be treated with the same amused incredulity you normally reserve for pyramid schemes. People can tell what your body shape is, so stop worrying about what outfit will make you look like Christina Hendricks’s body double and just wear things that you think are pretty, regardless of whether it is medically prescribed for the shape of your ass.
Really I could’ve just said “no buying clothes,” but I felt like making a list. And I held off on buying them for as long as possible. FW bought a pair for himself a few months back and I grilled him incessantly on their relative merits. I remained unconvinced and certain I could soldier on with my aging winter boots. Or more precisely, my toesies were coldsies while out hiking. Somehow, my stalwart, old winter boots were allowing water to seep in.
Since I know everyone will ask about this, I own these undies, which I consider to be pure magic. In keeping with my mantra of priorities-based-spending, I realized it was foolish to avoid going on long hikes because of maladroit footwear.
You’ll maintain your slim look while adding a layer of lovely layer of warmth retention. Winter is no time to wander barefoot, and you’ll want to make sure your feet are well insulated.
Choose cable knit boot socks from BCS Boutique and add a cute boot topper for added flirt and flair.
And so, I finally capitulated to this pressing need and bought a pair.