Outfit 1 – Vintage Track Jacket | Vintage Jeans | Hat | Boots | Vintage Bag |
Outfit 2 – T-shirt | Bomber Jacket | Track Pants | Sunglasses | Sneakers | Vintage Clutch
Outfit 3 – Tank | Vintage Blazer (similar) | Maxi Skirt | Sneakers | Bag
Outfit 4 – Sweatshirt | Track Pants | Slides (similar) | Bucket Bag (similar) | Vintage Sunglasses
I did squat all today. Mostly laid out in front of the balcony door reading while trying to catch a cool breeze that was coming in because our condo is still hot from the past few days.
And the air conditioning is still not on.
I was laying on my new body pillow that I bought myself from Amazon yesterday which was waiting outside my door today when I woke.
An exciting morning.
A Mother’s Day present to myself, and now I can finally get rid of my old body pillow with a hole in it and leaking feathers all over the house for the last few months.
There are feathers everywhere.
I’m a side sleeper and need the support of a body pillow. Without it, I wake up sore with an aching back, which is the reason why I didn’t throw out the damaged one until I found the right new one.
As for purchases this week, I have been wanting and searching for a short sleeve sweatshirt.
My goal has been to find a really cool one secondhand, but they are really pricey for some reason, with stupid high shipping.
Realistically I don’t want to pay $70 for a short sleeve sweatshirt and then add another $35 to ship it, so I found this on Zara which will do.
Which you can also see in the last look above.
My current plan is to find a long sleeve version that I like at Value Village and then cut the sleeves off.
I also bought a linen shirt, but I didn’t like the way it looked on, so it goes back this week which is the story of my life.
95% of the things that I buy end up going back.
Very rarely do I find something that I love to the point that I know I will wear it for years.
This is why everything goes back, so I can keep the money for when I do find that piece that I have an instant connection with, and not have a closet full of pieces that I feel lukewarm about.
Which is a weird way to explain it, but you know that instant gut punch and gasp of excitement when you find the right piece?
I try to strive for that with most of my purchases. That way I know that it will be something I truly love, not an impulse purchase.
I’ve done really well over the last 10 years cutting out the impulse purchases but every once in a while one sneaks through.
Always a work in progress.
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