Who the hell ever that I would be posting about fashion, I have zero idea about the latest trends or whether or not you can wear white after labour day? Or even when labour day is! And if you get that reference then you will realise how old I am!
But what I do know is I spend a ridiculous percentage of my wage on clothes, clothes I do not need. So let’s break it down a bit further at a rough guess I have……
- 30x Skirts
- 25x Jumpers
- 15x Pairs of Jeans
- 80x Pairs of Shoes
- 40x Tshirts/Blouses
- 50x Dresses
- 15x Trousers
That’s a lot of clothes and that’s just what I have at my house, I have more in storage. So I want to set a goal for myself not to buy any clothes for the next 12 months, I certainly don’t need to, the only thing that would make me want something is clearly out of greed because I have enough clothes. So sorry these posts are not going to be of the latest trends but in fact of old arsed clothes pictured in my favourite looks. If I am trying to reduce my waste then cutting out shopping is really going to help, in fact, I am going to keep an actual diary of what I need buy in a month and see what I really need. In the boxing day sales alone I spent £400 thats an actual holiday for real!
So let’s break this outfit down.
- Mustard snake print flats were in the boxing day sale at Next.
- The skirt was in the boxing day sale at Sainsbury’s
- The bag is 6 months old and from Primark.
- Cardigan is from Sainsbury’s.
- Bangle was a gift from my dad two years ago.
- Emma necklace was gifted to me.
- Harry Potter Tshirt I am guessing is about 6 years old from Primark.
How cute are these shoes?! I do tend to dress like an unsupervised 5-year-old, although it has taken me a long time to dress how I want rather than how I think I should dress.
So there you have it my first look of 2019 and fingers crossed I can do this because I am literally living in a wardrobe right now!