Good Fashion Sense = Expensive?
I follow the fashion trend, either through the internet, or magazines, or dramas, or news. However, I do not follow them blindly and put every little in-trend stuff onto my body.
I have my own style.
Work-wear occupies the biggest part of my wardrobe, I work 9am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, how can I not dress well at work?
I usually wear dresses to work, but I love the look of a neat shirt with a fitting skirt or pants. A pair of high heels, create the classic work-wear look that is never out of trend.
For casual weekends, I prefer to go with jeans and blouse. My colleagues did not get to see the casual side of me until recently that we have this “dress d0wn Fridays”. And my friends, do not usually get to see the working side of me. I have two styles. :) However, I will never be caught sloppy. Blame it on my mom. :P
Friends and colleagues, usually commented that I buy expensive clothes. I even have colleague telling me, “nice shirt, looks expensive”. Someone recently told me I have good taste for clothes and usually good taste doesn’t come cheap.
I must admit, I do buy expensive clothes, but what is your definition of expensive?
I am one that go for quality and comfortability. Sometimes you just can’t deny how comfortable a top is when you wear them and it makes you feel like wanting to wear it over and over again.
Furthermore, you just need to know when to shop. The keyword, WHEN.
When there’s a sale, there will be Ashley. Hahahaha. Most of the time, you can get exactly the things that you wanted to buy during the non-sale period, but now at a lower price!
So, does good fashion sense come with an expensive price tag? Well, that depends. :)
Note, the price of everything is increasing now. To spend a RM100 for a less-than-satisfactory shirt, or to spend a RM120 for a comfortable and neatly sewn shirt? Well… You decide. :)