For my first day back at the office after a not-long-enough break, I wanted something comfy and warm. I have plenty of things to choose from after an after-Christmas trip to the mall with my sister-in-law. We scored some major goodies.
For me comfort is all in the material. I used to hate hosiery, but I live in tights. They don’t fall down around your ankles and they’re warm. Skirts aren’t for everyone, but if they’re loose and flowy, I’m right at home wearing one. Belts, like this one, with a little bit of stretch are way more comfortable than constrictive belts.
I hate it when I want to take my belt off immediately after lunch.
Total Price: $167
And just for fun, if you wanted to recreate this look and had an unlimited source of income, you could create the look above for a whopping $3,534. And that’s without the tights. Ha!
Do you pay full price for clothes?
Rarely. I can’t remember the last time I paid full price for an article of clothing, but I bet it was for a pair of shoes. I’m tough on shoes and I get a lot of wear out of them, so they need to be higher quality than most things in my closet.
In your opinion, are the pricier items really worth it?
In my opinion, it depends. A nice purse you will use forever and ever? Yes. A sweater that won’t be in style next season? Definitely no.