Closet Shopped: Wrong Size & Never Worn!

Written by on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2009 with 27 comments
~This week’s SIMC post will be postponed until next Wednesday due to technical issues…No tears please – SIMC will be back next week for shiz!~

Ok, speaking of SHOES…I attacked my bedroom closet last night looking for a Milly Chain dress that I wanted to sell bc I bought it a size too small. Why do I do this to myself?

And after finally finding this ill-fitting Milly Chain dress, I stumbled upon a pair of Loubies that I had NEVER worn. Why? Because I bought them a half-size too smallWTF.

Well wtf they were on sale at the time & apparently I thought the “sale” aspect would shrink my size 8 feet into CL’s size 8 platforms. Ze wrong! Bc as I am sure you Loubie Lovahs know..CL platforms usually run a half size smaller than your normal shoe size.



Of course I KNEW this already, but I bought them anyways. Isn’t that kind of…INSANE???

Speaking of insanity, I forgot to DVR WeTV‘s Secret Lives of Women “Shopping Addict” epi that was on tonight…because, well...

Could I actually BE one?

Shopping Addict or Impulsive Shopper…are you either?

Mid-week kissies,



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27 Comments on “Closet Shopped: Wrong Size & Never Worn!”

  1. I can't tell you how many times I've done that, I almost bought pants in a different size the other day because I wanted them so bad. I had to talk to myself in the fitting room to stop myself from making a huge mistake! You need to sell those bad boys and make some decent cash!!

    You've been on my blog roll!

  2. I've know plenty of people who have done this so definitely don't beat yourself up on it. It can happen to us all. Hope you're having a great week so far.

  3. oh i've done this… and i'm thinking maybe i should buy those CL's even though they are a half size too big. my closet is FULL of 38s and I NEVER wear them because they fall off my feet. i don't know why i do it.

  4. Hahaha! I recently discovered all sorts of things in my closet that are the wrong size (too big and too small) that I bought on sale thinking I could make it work!

  5. i know what you mean!!
    i'm purging my closet and i found so many great designer pieces i couldn't get rid of, but they are just being wasted!

    i hope your feet shrink, lol!

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  7. There are two things I collect. Shoes and Robert Graham paisley shirts. I'm cuckoo for cocoa puffs over both of them. I would have to say about 10% of both collections do not fit. It's simple…I just had to have it. They didn't fit in the store so what made me think they would when I arrived home. I buy them anyway. It makes me feel better. As far as the Loubie ankle boots go..I would probably buy you a Furstenberg or Meister print dress(to add some color and flash) Solid black clutch to match the boots. And accent the colors in the print with a semi- precious bracelet and ring by Yurman. A little heavy on the black eye-liner. Poof. You look marvelous ! Nice blog…neighbor.

  8. I have several cute cute cute things in my closet that I bought too small but I needed them. Yeah, they have been unworn. πŸ™‚

  9. OMG those Loubies are Amahzing πŸ™‚ I have no shopping addiction although if Vintage counts I'm there but the last new thing I bought were a pair of 5$ Undies lol.

    Much love,
    Glendy <3

  10. *sigh* I do that sometimes. Might as well have a museum with the stuff that never gets worn. πŸ™ Any plans on what you'll do with your Loubies?

  11. HIhi, just want to let you know you are the winner on savvymode for the oversize watch. and yes, i used the buy things b/c it was such a deal but i learned to stop myself now. xo

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