Why It’s Better to Buy Expensive Clothes

Pexels:Melvin Buezo

When I was a teen-something and even an early twenty-something all I ever wanted to do was shop. I loved the way clothes looked on me, the way they felt on me, and the way they made me feel. A new outfit was like a new me. Fashion gave me the opportunity to express and reinvent myself.

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