In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: How you can actually save money by spending more on clothes
All jokes aside, I loved this article about how you can actually save money by spending more on quality clothes. I 100% agree with this stance because all of the crappy not-so-great pieces in my wardrobe have not lasted as long as my truly great designer pieces.
I own a long pair of rainboots by Aigle called Miss Juliette (they look clean and chic), but I have been pondering a shorter pair of rainboots for short errands, but also just when the ground is wet but it isn’t raining. I came across these super comfortable Jeffrey Campbell ones which are super reasonably priced which would fit the bill.
It is definitely okay… that you feel angry, frustrated and VERY MUCH NOT OKAY right now, even though you know you are ‘privileged’, ‘lucky’ and ‘blessed’. It’s okay. I’m with you.
I am a HUGE FAN of balloon, bishop sleeves but I know they can be a bit much for some of you, so I found this $30 dress from Nordstrom Rack which looks stylish, chic, with a subtle hint of balloon sleeves. Not too much. I also clearly love this sheath midi dress because of the bright magenta colour too.
5. Career Advice
6. Play Green
My son has been hassling me for a fire truck but I have been loathe to buy something that is a NEW toy right, but nothing is open, so I managed to soothe my guilt by buying RECYCLED plastic toys from Green Toys and I couldn’t be happier.
7. Safety First
My partner has been going insane being careful with everything coming into the home, this is part of what he has been doing (including quarantining things.)
8. Simplicity, Itself
Do you know how hard it is to find a simple open cardigan that isn’t too thick, too thin, etc? THIS IS IT, an open front cardigan sweater. It comes in a billion different colours too.