Or do. I don't care. I mean I care about you - but really who am I to tell you to buy more things. I think I'm basically a hoarder and I should be a role model to nobody. Don't get me wrong, I love this romper - it makes me so happy. It makes me feel really beautiful and a little sexy. But I'm working on a new practice, a practice of not buying so many things. Of imagining a world where I already have everything I could possibly need. Of not shopping or acquiring to make me feel better. I love my things. The idea of a capsule wardrobe makes me a little sad (and a little envious.) I dream of a closet with a couch in the middle of it and slots for all my shoes. I don't ever want to be able to fit everything I own in a suitcase. When I travel I get homesick and miss my things. There is nothing that gives me more confidence then knowing I am wearing "the right" outfit. Dressing for my body is one of my special life skills. But I've realized that in blogging there is this consumerist insanity of new, more, FOMO, get this and I don't want to pressure anybody to do anything. The best shopping advice I have ever gotten is to only buy things you are absolutely crazy insane in love with. So if you feel that way about this romper (or this bag) and you love it so so much, I totally understand. But maybe you already have everything you need?

Striped Ruffled Romper (seen before here) | YSL Pink Mini Monogram Camera Bag | Lace Up Leopard Flats (similar)