Outfit Post: 3/28/14

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Shirt: Target — Jacket and belt: Thrifted — Skirt: eBay (Anthro) — Sandals: Dansko — Socks: Sock Dreams (Heather Bobby Socklings in Graphite) — Earrings: World Market — Bracelet: DIY

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So! I mentioned that I’ve already managed to break my year-long shopping ban, and this shirt is one of the offending purchases in question.

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So far in the new year I’ve done a fair amount of wardrobe culling, and I’ve been stricter than before about getting rid of stuff that’s only kind of comfortable or that only kind of works with the rest of my clothes.

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One of the results is that I’ve ended up with a severe shortage of plain, easy-to-wear-and-layer tops. Funky stuff I’ve got handfuls of, but basic? Nah.

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So I bit the bullet and bought a small selection of v-neck tees from Target. I’m a little regretful at breaking my ban only three months into the year, but these shirts fill a need, so I’m not gonna beat myself up too much over it.

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What do you think? If you’ve gone on a deliberate shopping ban before, how flexible or strict have you been with the rules?

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2 thoughts on “Outfit Post: 3/28/14

  1. I’ve never attempted a shopping ban, but I did break my self-imposed year-long dating ban (four months in) for a certain Mr. Jaunty. No regrets there, and I doubt you’ll regret having practical versatile T-shirts. Some of us make rules for fun, and sometimes it’s okay to break them.

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