And it did NOT go as planned. But fashion cannot be all about sufficiency
I love that you're allowing space for five radically different types of experiences! I am sure that by writing about the singularity of each one of them, it will help you look back and reflect on which one ends up being the most satisfying on the long run.
On my side, keeping track of every craving (a virtual catalog, sort of) helps me fight the 'I can't miss that' and sorts of bring serenity. I no longer need to buy, I know it's out there in my phone, I can always come back to it. I kinda 'own' it somehow! And it's also fun to look back and see all the objects that hooked my mind for a while!
Thanks for your honesty, I think I have a shopping addiction it’s that dopamine rush when I find something that makes me feel good or piques my love of fashion the fabrics, new designers and somthing that’s different! Any advise for those who s should try harder
I have busted the 5-piece limit because I simply am not prepared for winter living and I found it a struggle to work with what I had (I moved from the tropics to Melbourne and 90% of my wardrobe is hot weather clothes). Had to buy some basics - thicker trousers, an extra merino wool tee - which carried me over to 6 items. I'm quite set on not shopping for the rest of the year; but I am most vulnerable when I feel in need of a treat so I really need to break the mindset of rewarding myself by shopping.
Those trousers are amazing!
Those are superfly