This morning while visiting my sister Kim and she gave me the Veranda Magazine. She pointed out the letter from the Editor-in-Chief, Dara Caponigro, in their August 2011 magazine (www.veranda.com) . It was about buying the perfect thing.
Ms. Caponigro prided herself to buy the perfect thing, not to just “fill a need”. But when she moved she could not believe the junk she had accumulated. I then thought, this might be about home goods, but don’t we do the same thing with our wardrobes?
We buy something to fill a need or void, but it is not the perfect thing. Then low and behold we are building our wardrobe around those “needed” (tie for a trip that we forgot) or “to fill a void” (a necklace that does not work but you need something), then it makes our wardrobe look like it was designed around a plunder of nothingness. Imagine what the end result looks like when it is on your person. Yes, a professional image that was designed around a plunder of nothingness. Is that the image you wish to portray?
Are you guilty of buying this and that because it filled a void, or was on sale? Cleanse your closet and remove such items…so that you can make room for those perfect things; which translates into the perfect wardrobe to help enhance your perfect image.
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