I got started on clothes yesterday, and then last night I was browsing for various clothing items. Other people do that all the time, but I haven’t shopped for clothes online in quite a while. And I haven’t been to clothing retail stores much either. I’m about to change all that because . . .
. . . clothes do have their function in boosting happiness. If you create various styles and buy clothes to reflect them, you feel better in your skin and also make others see you differently than if you just wear old clothes for lack of something better. I, for one, have been leaning toward longer shirts and jackets for years now, but have only bought a few items like that, and instead kept going out in shirts that ended around my waist—which I don’t particularly like anymore.
I also keep walking around in jeans and other comfy pants when I really want to wear layered or puffball, bubble skirts sometimes. I spotted a store with great designs in that style, but while the fabrics and shape of the garments are great, the sewing leaves a lot to be desired. It’s something I noticed in plenty of designer items here in Bucharest. Not that I buy any, but there are various street events where they are sold—and not even for that much, most of them—and the seams and topstitching are just very poorly done. Which, according to reviewers, is not the case with the items I’m about to show you—fashion items I’ve actually selected for myself.
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Here’s a long jacket, tunic-style, with front buttons in a rather thick fabric, a combination of cotton and linen, perfect for fall days; and then a flared shirt-dress tunic.
And here’s a blazer that has a bit of flair and can be used on various occasions rather than just at the office—to a theater play or a classical music concert, for instance. Blazers are very useful in one’s wardrobe. I’m always suffering when I don’t have one at the ready, and unfortunately I haven’t been able to find one when I looked in stores recently.
I also love fit-and-flare dresses, especially if they have a puffy skirt.
I hope you’ve enjoyed my ideas for a stylish fall season 🙂
To a happier, healthier life,
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