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My Current Wardrobe Wants List

This was my original list located here: How to shop and organize your wardrobe, and I’ve gotten through the important bits. I’m also revising it to remove a few things: Wardrobe-Wants-Crossed Items Pictured Above:

Why I am removing some items

Beige Trenchcoat – The more I thought about it, the more I realized I don’t need it, especially since if the weather calls for it, I’m just going to put on either my red or my khaki green knee-length coat, or wear my new m0851 Perfecto Leather Jacket.

White Drape-y Dress –  Do I really need ANOTHER dress?
Black Suede Round Toe Pumps  – Am I really going to wear these? Not really. I am more of a flats kind of girl, and even at work, I’ve been getting lazy on the heel-wearing front. I’d rather have those mid-calf boots instead.
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8 Comments

  1. jeweliette23

     I made a Wardrobe Wants list too, that included items such as a Burberry wool/cashmere coat and aviator sunglasses.  I wanted to stick to only that list for shopping, but I’ve found it incredibly difficult to curb my shopping, sigh.

    1. Mochi & Macarons

      You’re telling me!!! I found it difficult as well. It is hard when you see things you like but it isn’t quite on your list but you want it badly

  2. Chantalle van Doorn

    I love that white blazer! 

    1. Mochi & Macarons

      I loved it too but the fabric was too textured and slippery. 🙁 the shape was perfect for a jersey blazer…

  3. B. (Below Her Means)

    I love when you post about clothes. Keeps me inspired!

    1. Mochi & Macarons

      Hahah! I thought it would enable you instead of inspire you 🙂

  4. Fabulouslyfrugirl

    I love your Frye flats.  I think I need to get myself a pair – did you buy them in NYC??

    1. Mochi & Macarons

      I got them in person in NYC. They only have one of each size but the shoes are awesome

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