Have we talked about my shopping addiction? It was probably apparent when I mentioned that I owned over 200 dresses.
I broke my shopping habit long before going zero waste, but joining the movement has definitely helped reinforce it. I have conditioned myself out of buying clothing as a hobby.
Unfortunately, when I purchase anything for myself I feel overwhelmingly guilty. I’m still working on finding that happy medium.
Short top to go with high waisted shorts, pants or skirts, and a draw string boat skirt.
Striped tunic and a left over scrap of fabric. It’s too pretty to be a rag… any ideas?
In the past I would plan outfits, try on multiple pieces, spend time fixing my hair, applying makeup, and making sure everything coordinated. It was exhausting.
After my sophomore year of college I took a 3 week hiking trip out west and it completely changed my world.
I rolled out of bed, brushed my hair, and lived out of a duffle bag. There was no need for makeup, no need for straighteners or curling irons.
I realized my hair looks fine, I didn’t need lots of makeup, and I certainly didn’t need 200 dresses.
Lacoste was my favorite designer; I feel like at one point I’ve owned every color polo available. Preppy has always been my style. I like classic cuts, clean lines, and vintage inspiration with a tiny boho flair.
Lacoste has always fit me really well. All of my friends and family knew I liked Lacoste; so, I got a lot of Lacoste as gifts from my favorite oversized beach towels to argyle socks to the most amazing maroon high waisted shorts.
I have two dresses from 5-6 years ago that are a little too short. They were both gifts and have sentimental value.
I love the look, the comfy 100% cotton fabric, and the colors. I couldn’t stand to part with them or let them sit in my closet gathering dust.
So, I took them to the alteration shop. Now I have two new tops, a skirt, and this mystery piece of fabric. I’m so excited to wear them again!
What do you think? And, what should I do with that striped scrap of fabric?