Expensive clothes in the US aren't high quality. Expensive clothes in the US have a fancy designer label but are made with the same awful stitching with loose threads out the wazoo that can't handle going through a few washes. Medium brands like Land's End that cost in the $50-$100 range are the only brands … Continue reading Kick The Junky Cheap Clothes to The Curb and Learn How To Invest In Clothes That Will Last
I had an old sun dress I loved, but I couldn't stand the revealing bodice, so I decided it was time for a makeover...
Some Things Need Tailoring Like I said in my post, Ive done some light closet purging lately. I make it a habit to go through my clothes, including the stuff that is stashed in the back just in case Ill fit into it again, and donate the stuff that I dont truly love anymore. That … Continue reading Reconstruction: The Closet Era
No, I haven`t lost my mind. I`m not talking about bulimia here, (which is destructive, let me tell you) but rather the getting rid of material junk. That`d be possessions, mind you. I`m even being more specific than that. Since it is Spring, and a lot of things are getting pruned, I turned that same … Continue reading Constructive Purging