A wardrobe full of excuses

when I look at my bulging shoe racks, I often get a twinge of guilty conscience. For where it says many shoes that are slightly too high or liiiige liiiige a little too small. Purchased on a rationalization that I just take them on an evening where I is by taxi and can sit at the table the whole evening. Because the shoes were so beautiful that it was love at first sight – despite the fact that I instinctively knew that I would never get to go more than ten steps in them. In the same way, I have a dress that is too udringet, I have it good in it, and a skirt that’s too short. Clothes, I never come in, because I was already in front of the mirror, feel queasy and uncomfortable.

I think most of us have such few things standing and hanging. It is they buy, we justify to ourselves, because they fit and are neat – even though it may not be something that we really have it good in. Or maybe can’t afford. But honestly, the last thing we as plus size-women need is several defeats on wardrobe front!

You radiate it, you feel
If you just once have tried to go to a party in a dress, you felt you had to sit down all night to take you well into, then you know what I mean. The only thing you’re thinking about – from velkomstdrinken to scrub-of-food – is how limited you feel. And believe me, you get a dull and depressing evening, and you’ll get guaranteed free from all the compliments, you would have gotten in a dress, you felt like a million bucks in., for the simple reason that you radiate it, which fills the inside. And if all your thoughts revolve on that you are not feeling well, Yes, so looks like you also one that doesn’t want to be there. And we all know how welcoming this look is.

the difficult exercise
Do you want to be with to try a little exercise? Go into your wardrobe, and sort all those things from which you do not get used – because you used one of the above arguments to justify your purchase, when you ran the dankort through. Try to work together, how much there is for. Of course, I know that it can feel directly hurt, but makes it just

anyway.

For you will likely discover how much money that hangs unused clothes for. I did it last year, and I filled an entire blue Ikea bag. It was terrible. I thought of all the flattering and fine clothes, I could have spent the money on instead – if only I would have been better to listen to my inner voice, as I stood in the test room. Or at least not have ripped off price sign off in the second, I unpacked the vehicle out of the bag from the store.

too often is the fact that if the new clothes will be allowed to hang on a hanger in a month, after you’ve brought it home from the store, then there is something wrong with it. If you time and time again, try it and decide you want something else from your wardrobe, so you rarely get ‘ time ‘ in your new procurement.

I have promised myself that I will in future really listen to my gut feeling when I stand in the test room. That is why I swapped some of my shopping when I was in New York, and therefore I last Friday could really limit myself when I shopped at Talbots-Black Friday. And I feel that my shopping is so much more satisfying, because I have so much going on, before I buy.

Høeg’s 3 rules for new procurement

2. Are you still come home with something, you are in doubt, please let the plate sit on price and hang the clothes up, where you see it every day. If you have not used it within a few weeks, then swap it. A tip: collect the money you get back for this kind of mis-selling, into a jar. After a year the lumber you the buyer and a totally awesome stuff for yourself.

3. Do you have clothes hanging like you’ve never gotten time in, and where the price sign is thrown or Exchange time limit exceeded, then sell it or give it to a friend who might think it is the world’s coolest piece of clothing. So doing well in another wardrobe – and maybe you get something again another good time.

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