I'm loving the look of lace up wedge booties lately.
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I know I mentioned a plaid scarf last time, but I'm still loving them.
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I am really digging trench coats lately, but I really don't know if I would actually wear one. I get cold as soon as it gets under 80, so it wouldn't really help in keeping me as warm as a normal coat.
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Lastly, I am really liking the baseball tee. Jessica at LBG has posted about them a bunch, but I never really thought they were really 'me', and lets face it she'd look good in a garbage bag.
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Anyway, this is what happens when I try and do 2 months without shopping, I spend too much time on Pinterest and have a list a mile long of what I want to buy. Truthfully, this shopping ban has really helped me realise what I want in my wardrobe and it is helping me make smarter decisions. If I am still thinking about things a month or two later, and I can see myself actually wearing them more than one way, I know they'll be better purchases than just randomly picking something up or impulse clicking. For example, I'm still thinking about the plaid scarf and still wanting this cardigan.
I have been reading a lot about capsule wardrobes and people trying to make more deliberate decisions when buying clothes, is that something you do, or are you more of an impulse shopper?
Oh by the by, I am guest posting over at Breanna's place today while she is busy enjoying her new baby! My post is about my favourite books, the ones I will always recommend time and time again... check it out here!