This Spring, I’m Going To Stop Buying A Whole Bunch Of Dresses And Skirts That I Can Only Wear With Heels, And Thus Never Actually Wear. Do You Have A Bad Summer Shopping Habit? What Is It?

Every year, without fail, it gets a bit hot in May, I get really overexcited and buy a whole bunch of summer dresses. The sort that look ok with flat sandals, but can really only be worn with heels.
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March 27, 2013
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My wardrobe is bursting at the seams, but I wear about 10% of what’s in there, the rest is left to fester.

“How can this happen?” you may ask? “You’re not an idiot, you know what clothes you do and don’t like, and you don’t even enjoy shopping all that much, why have you got so many clothes you never wear?”

It’s because every year, without fail, it gets a bit hot in May, I get really overexcited and buy a whole bunch of summer dresses. The sort that look ok with flat sandals, but can really only be worn with heels.

I almost never wear heels and only have two pairs I can actually walk in. Which means, unless it’s hot enough to wear sandals and no tights (so about three weeks of the year), my extensive collection of brightly coloured, girly frocks remain untouched.

Come on, fess up, you must have a really stoopid summer shopping habit – what is it?