If there’s one thing I appreciate, it is the opportunity to try on something before I am required to commit to it. It might just be me, but having the ability to try on clothes before buying them, or spending a few weeks in a course before deciding if it’s really for me gives me the comfort of knowing that I am making the right decision for a particular goal I want to achieve (i.e., refreshing my wardrobe, or boosting my GPA).
I recently went shopping with a friend of mine to Square One to find potential articles of clothing or jewelry I could add to my wardrobe.
I stopped in front of Le Chateau and contemplated upon going in. Did I really want to spend time looking for business clothes? They’re just so bland and boring…
I’m sure each of you have had this thought at some point or another. After all, there are so many rules to follow, certain colours to pick, certain styles and designs to adhere to and quite a lot to avoid.
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