How often do we buy things and get them home and wonder what the hell was I thinking? Only to return it in disbelief or leave it in the wardrobe to sit. These are very common issues, things that I hear all the time.
But what if you were to stop and have a really good look at your wardrobe. Stand in front of it and feel what it is reflecting to you. Feel the person that is being reflected to you, ask yourself is that really me. ask yourself how many thing in your wardrobe do you really love. How many thing in your wardrobe sit beautifully on my body, when you walk how do you feel as you are walking? Do you feel the clothes on your skin, how they sit on your skin, are they soft and comfortable or hard and scratchy. Do you feel your whole body walking with the feeling of oneness of your body and your clothes.
No one else can tell you how your body feels in the clothes that you buy. If I need to ask for someone else's opinion then I know instantly that I am not with myself. Maybe I should go for a walk before trying anything on.
When I go shopping I like to take my best friend with me. Thats me.
Connect with my body and off we go together.
I remember years ago seeing an article on a group of older women in England, they only bought quality and only had about six mix and match sets of clothes that they loved. I have never forgotten this. It would be better to have far less in our wardrobes and love what we have then to have heaps and not particularly like much of it.