But before that happens I've been busy getting sucked in by marketing schemes. I found this lovely wool vest at Banana Republic, but convinced myself that it was too expensive and managed to leave the store.
What shows up in my inbox a couple days later? A 25% off coupon for BR. How am I supposed to resist? I couldn't. And while I was there I found this sweater in navy/grey and these navy cord pants.
The sweater I bought and I love. It kind of reminds me of a Joan from Mad Men collar, and trying to look like any female character on Mad Men is sort of a new obsession of mine. But I managed to convince myself that the skinny cords are not needed, and left them behind.
Well a couple days later at the Gap, I find the same cords for $60 and this lovely sweater. I summoned all my will power, and walked out of the store because I know that you don't buy full priced at the Gap. So then today, I'm walking by the Gap and they have this new thing called sprize. If you buy something at full price, and then it goes on sale in the next 45 days, they will automatically put the difference on your account, and then you can use that for other purchases. Well, that's all it took. Sigh. Why am I falling for all their tricks?