I like new stuff, but I hate shopping.
I hated it as a child too.
I was larger than most kids my age so the sales lady would also drag me to a more adult size section.
It was embarrassing, time consuming and energy wasting.

If the miracle appeared that I actually found something which I felt comfortable in, both my parents and I wouldn’t think twice. I would buy at least 2 more of the same piece.
And thus, kids at school thought that I was wearing the same clothes each and every day.
Enough reason to bully an individual.

Years went by. My mentality about clothes shopping didn’t change.
I still stick to my chino pants and single color or stripes shirts.
I don’t alternate in colors much.
Sometimes when I am feeling extra spontaneous, I might choose to wear dark great instead of black.
Wild, huh? ๐Ÿ˜‰

So yeah, an individual still might think that I’m basically sleeping in my clothes.
Wouldn’t that be easy?!

I have observing people’s clothing style lately.
I hardly ever see my colleagues on daily basis cause of the frequent travels.
However when I do see him, I can’t help but thinking “I’ve seen this shirt before”.

Now this might be coincidence.
But I think they might be copying my style ๐Ÿ˜‰

6 thoughts on “Clothes

  1. Oh I HATE shopping for clothes! Iโ€™m always in between sizes too so itโ€™s difficult to find clothes that fit properly.
    And that makes me glad yet again that my sons school wears uniforms. Nobody can bully them based on their clothes. If kids only knew that just because it looks the same, it may not be the same, life would be more relaxed.


  2. Lol I used to have a huge work wardrobe because I work with the same people in the same building every day, however when I lost weight I suddenly had a lot less clothes and Iโ€™ve found nobody cares that I wear the same basic clothes most days๐Ÿคฃ


  3. I used to wear the same jeans all of the time & got made fun of it, too but they were the only ones I liked. Now that I’m an adult… I don’t wear any jeans, ever. I just hate them. Lol.


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