Stephanie (collacentaur) wrote,
Stephanie
collacentaur

I hate the idea that I'm about to make myself one of those women who keeps boxes of clothing in sizes she isn't but might be again some day. But I hate it less than the idea of spending the money to replace my wardrobe every time my weight fluctuates.

I'm still getting rid of a lot of things I'm never going to wear again no matter what size I am. Many of which were either gifts from my mother, or laundry-day garments. Or dress pants I hated, because pants almost never look right on me.
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