I am running out of wearable clothes. It is a sad fact of life: I will survive them. My jeans are slowly but surely falling apart and I need new socks, new shirts, new jumpers, new everything. I have a new coat so there is one thing on less thing on the list, but still, I need to do what I hate to do on a Saturday: go clothes shopping.
As I type this, I am wearing a ten years old black jumper that is greying, or at least looking pale black, if that makes sense. It is very comfortable, as old clothes usually are. But however I love old clothes, I now need to face civilisation and buy a few things in this temple of perdition that is the shopping center. I hope to survive the afternoon, but I might turn mad by the end of it. At least I will go and buy warm clothes, my favourite sort. I need to keep this in mind to stay somewhat sane.
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J'ai le même problème, 80% de mes vêtements ont au moins cinq ans! Par contre pas question d'aller dans les boutiques le samedi je commande presque tout sur le net :)
Il faut essayer les vêtements pour savoir s'ils font...
Anyway, j'étais dans une situation semblable récemment, surtout côté pantalons. 1200$ chez Tristan plus tard, je ne le suis plus.
Oh my gosh.. I don't believe it.. I do agree. I dislike so much shopping.. I like my old stuff... the problem with working at home by myself, like I do, is that I wear my old clothes all the time and nobody knows or cares, except when it is time to go out in public.. I dread that as I have absolutely nothing to wear that does not have holes or threads hanging.. I usually just try to fix up my old stuff to make them presentable but it doesn't always work..
I almost always find it quite depressing to go shopping.. besides everything being too expensive since the last time I had to do it... Good luck!!!
Ugh. Shopping is an evil no one can avoid. I am in denial, but I need new jeans too...double ugh
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