|Dress (worn as skirt)-Anthropologie, Shirt-Target, Blazer-Local Boutique, |
Boots-Blowfish, Earrings-Target, Rings-Silpada
When I saw this dress in Anthropologie a while back, I immediately thought "I am going to mix the crap out of that dress". That's typically how I convince myself that I need whatever it is I am looking at. The more use I think I can get out of it, the easier I can justify spending the money. This already the third time I've worn it, but first time on the blog. The boots are a more recent rationalization. I was at DSW last week looking for shoes to go with my birthday dress, and stumbled on these lovelies. Since I had found a deal on my shoes AND had $25 reward coupon, I thought what they heck, why not get them. They were already a steal, take the $25 off and they were almost free (not really, but you do what you must to justify, rationalize, explain, whatever-you get my drift). But I'm glad I got them. They are so comfy, they might be my new go to boot. I'm sure you'll see a lot of them in the next few weeks. Do you rationalize or justify your purchases? Is it by versatility or number of times you will wear it?