In the ripe age of consumerism why is it that what we have is never enough? As we head into Cyber Monday I cannot deny that the sales have left me feeling as though I need to refurb my entire wardrobe, despite having plenty of perfectly o.k. clothes (if not too many) already in my wardrobe.
Why is it that no matter how much we have it is never enough? Do we blame society, social media? Or should we take a more inward look and simply blame ourselves?
Having spent more hours than I’d like to admit last night scrolling through websites, trying to justify an entirely new wardrobe to myself, I spent today whilst packing re-evaluating what I already have in my wardrobe. I simply remade what were old, boring outfits to me that I just threw on (mainly because Germany is so flipping cold, who knew?!) into something entirely different. With a little inspiration and use of a few accessories here and there, which I’d frankly forgotten about I was able to give my wardrobe a whole new leash of life.
Taking inspiration from the ever so stylish bloggers below:
It transpires that it’s not really about what we don’t have, but what we already do and what we do with it.