June 22, 2011

When Wishlisting Works

It's no secret that I have a penchant for the finer things in life; I also, not-so-secretly, have a weakness for cheap thrills - and more and more it's proving to be not worth it, from an inexpensive top I buy at H&M to the candybar I pick up impulsively at the checkout counter when I'm buying paper towels at Duane Reade. While spring cleaning, I've literally filled bags and bags of clothes that I bought impulsively- basic, but inexpensive cardigans that I wore twice and still managed to become ridden with holes, and ill fitting dresses that I justified by their on-sale price... There are literally bags full of things I've just outright forgotten about - pieces that lack a "wow" factor or anything special or distinct about them, as well as cheaply made pieces I bought on a whim that fell apart after a single wear or wash.


Top to Bottom: Sunglasses - Prada, Necklace - Madewell, Top - Alexander McQueen, Skirt - Forever21+, Booties - Evans, Purse - Miu Miu


Okay, I know this isn't a make-up blog (obviously, since I sort of suck at make-up!) - but in the hot, sweaty summer months, this Stila liquid eyeliner ($20, and worth every penny) has been a godsend. I'm obsessed with it. It literally doesn't budge!




Glitter Polish - "Today Was a Fairy Tale" by Deborah Lippmann


Some rules, going forward:
1.) When contemplating a purchase, I'll ask myself, "Am I obsessed with this?"
2.) Contemplate how frequently I could wear a potential piece of clothing, shoes, or an accessory, and calculate the cost per wear. Buying quality for pieces that get the most wear pays off in the long run! Take, for example, my Chanel flats that I wore nearly everyday for several years; the breakdown is just pennies per day.
3.) When shopping sales, ask myself if I would have considered purchasing the item at full price, or if I'm just being manipulated by a sale sticker.

Obviously, this doesn't mean I'm done buying inexpensive things, either; sometimes the H&M or thrift-store find is exactly what I'm looking for. My point is to edit my wardrobe towards things that are memorable and special, and for the pieces I know I'll want to wear to death, aim for the highest quality within my means. I get so much more gratification when I get to own something that I've pined over and saved up for, like the minimal baroque Prada sunglasses, or the McQueen top above (that I finally clicked "buy" on during a second markdown at the Net-a-Porter sale... AFTER IT WAS IN MY CART FOR MONTHS!), or the Miu Miu bag, that I had fallen in love with at-least-half-a-year before purchasing it on sale at Saks (4 years ago! And I still use it all the time!). Often, it helps to know what you're looking for or want before you go shopping - and keeping a running wishlist (formal or mental) can help one you stay focused. Unless you find something you've fallen in love with (and this can happen often, especially while rummaging through sale racks), if you're unsure if you really love something, the answer is probably that you don't! I'm trying, more and more as I grow up and become more confident in my personal style, to buy things that have an interesting or unique factor that distinguish them from the rest. Even a simple peplum ruffle stands out among my closet full of plain, black pencil skirts. I'm gravitating more towards pieces that stand out not only on their own, but among the rest of my wardrobe; things that even though they might be marked as being "so 2011," won't end up forgotten about 6 months down the line.

72 comments:

  1. Represent Bk Nicolette. I looooove those shades and that tee is bad ass.

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  2. NaturallyFashionableJune 22, 2011 at 4:26 PM

    Love that bag!

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  3. Your sunglasses are freakin' amazing...but you knew that already =).  I never tire of your amazing pictures + writing. <3

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  4. Such an insightful post. It's so true. I often buy things on a whim which get very little wear. Then there are those things I sit on for a few days before buying and once they're mine, they're loved for years. Also take into account how many seasons they can be worn in. Flats : all time. X

    http://bangandbuck.blogspot.com

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  5. I tried on those sunnies the other day! I LOVE them. They look so good on you too. Way to be as responsible shopper, I am going to try this out and see how I fare. :)

    xo
    Margot

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  6. Those Shades are IT girl!!!!  Love the nail polish!  Super Cute!  I can definitely relate to the buying breakdown, good for u!  Love!

    http://thickdaddys.blogspot.com/

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  7.  I definitely think about cost-per-wear when I'm buying clothes, accessories etc - I don't own a lot of super-expensive gear, but I find that because I've paid so much for something, I actually take more care of them too! I have a pair of Christian Dior sunglasses from 2007 that are still going strong because I've tried to look after them.

    I love this look - the sunglasses are gorgeous!

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  8. Andddd when are you going to put those items you stashed in bags on an online store?? I need your hand-me-downs!!!

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  9. Seriously,it looks like Miuccia had YOU in mind when designing those shades! I love them,but now I know they will never look just as perfect on my face! Also that tee rocks, great sales find.

    MsHGolightly

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  10. I love those glasses and cant get them anywhere. Sold out in the country. they look great on you :( You know girl, eventually you have got to give up your pink bag above and gift it to me too. One day :) I still love them too.

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  11. Andddd when are you going to put those items you stashed in bags on an online store?? I need your hand-me-downs!!!

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  12. Seriously, it looks like Miuccia had YOU in mind when designing those shades! I love them, but now I know they will never look just as perfect on my face! Also that tee rocks, great sales find.
    MsHGolightly

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  13. Such a great post. I've battled with the same things in my wardrobe for the last year. I've bought very very little. I find that you have to have a good mix of high and low. But even the low has to be of some quality. I've broken up with H&m (full price at least) until they fix their quality. This is also why I love shopping at Buffalo Exchange- most often their buyers will misprice or underprice lots of nice things. My win. My next step is to have the shoes I love resoled to prolong their lives.

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  14. Number three is basically the only thing I think about when I buy clothes.

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  15. you have such giving me an idea and inspiration to wear something i don't know how to wear! i have a boring black dress, but i have to wear it with a tee! the effect is amazing! i always love a combination of chique, classic and rock and rolla. the skirt looks so stylish, but the combination with the tee is simple breathtaking. and the way you are wearing those boots, perfect. 

    I go trough the same process when buying stuff! i mostly buy pretty expensive pieces, so i always have to think about it. i do a lot of research and know pertty well what to expect in a store (i always go to the same stores). I have bought some wang boots on sale! i thought about it for like 48h and i compared them with other want-to-bees! you have an amazing style so i am sure you always make the right decisions! love love your outfit post because i love your style 

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  16. I think the point of sales shopping is to go basically in shops where you'd not normally go the rest of the year. Designers always have the best prices during the sales. I mostly shop for accessories and jewellery. This week I finally scored A Maria Francesca Pepe necklace that I'd been eying for months. :)

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  17. Great post nicolette! i have literally under 20 things accessories,blouses,pants ,skirts and there all good quality.
    i'm finding more and more as i get older it really is quality over quantity.  I definatley agree with lesson number 2 and i also ask myself 
    can this item work in different events,settings so that when i invest in something pricey i know not only will it stand the test of time but it will stand the test of trends of the time.

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  18. 3.) When shopping sales, ask myself if I would have considered
    purchasing the item at full price, or if I'm just being manipulated by a
    sale sticker.

    I need to think about this while shopping SO bad, I'm terrible at seeing a dress or a top that I really only think is just okay and looking at the cheap on-sale price and then buying it and I either end up wearing it once or not at all.

    PS. Those sunglasses are seriously amazing.

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  19. That handbag is to die for - very jealous!

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  20. okay first of all, let's discuss how absolutely gorgeous you look here. I am so enamored with that skirt! the ruffles really elevate it beyond your typical black pencil skirt. plus, your nailpolish and sunnies are amazing. aspirational accessorization.

    second, I love love love what you had to say here. fast fashion is problematic on many levels - it devalues the creative process, contributes to a culture based on instant gratification, adds millions of tons of textile waste to our planet, and treats garment workers like disposable objects. and I do agree that spending a bit more for better quality is a better use of money in the long run. the problem, I think, is that many people are unable to make that initial investment in first place. I was one of those people up until i got my job last year. which is why I'm a fierce advocate for secondhand shopping. it's affordable, keeps waste out of our landfills, and offers the less economically privileged a chance to express personal style too. vintage, resale, and thrift shops and eBay have given me a chance to enjoy my style at a price I can manage. good design lasts forever, even if it has to travel to a few different homes!

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  21. okay first of all, let's discuss how absolutely gorgeous you look here. I am so enamored with that skirt! the ruffles really elevate it beyond your typical black pencil skirt. plus, your nailpolish and sunnies are amazing. aspirational accessorization.

    second, I love love love what you had to say here. fast fashion is problematic on many levels - it devalues the creative process, contributes to a culture based on instant gratification, adds millions of tons of textile waste to our planet, and treats garment workers like disposable objects. and I do agree that spending a bit more for better quality is a better use of money in the long run. the problem, I think, is that many people are unable to make that initial investment in first place. I was one of those people up until i got my job last year. which is why I'm a fierce advocate for secondhand shopping. it's affordable, keeps waste out of our landfills, and offers the less economically privileged a chance to express personal style too. vintage, resale, and thrift shops and eBay have given me a chance to enjoy my style at a price I can manage. good design lasts forever, even if it has to travel to a few different homes!

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  22. Seriously, it looks like Miuccia had YOU in mind when designing those shades! I love them, but now I know they will never look just as perfect on my face! Also that tee rocks, great sales find.
    MsHGolightly

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  23. Why are you so good at this? Ugh, YES, SO GOOD! Those glasses are to kill for.

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  24. This is so true. I always do this, purchase something bc of price. Btw: found u thru tumblr. New follower. Wanna know more about me? Chk out my blog: www.glamglory.blogspot.com or my new tumblr: http://glamglory.tumblr.com/

    Hope u do!
    -reyna

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  25. I absolutely love everything about your blog, you're so fierce! <3 And great photography =)
    And I feel you on the wardrobe edit. I have so many things cluttered in my wardrobe that I need to get rid of =\

    Stay Glam ;D
    www.hautechick.blogspot.com

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  26. Hurray, I missed your style posts (and your beautiful fashion photography). And you are so, so right - in fact I'm working on a post on this same subject myself (ie. the art of saving for that which you truly love), and every time I slip up on my own advice and impulse buy clothes, it rarely works out.

    P.S. You've made me hardcore crush on these Prada sunglasses (which I was dubious would suit round faces - like mine - but which I now MUST have)

    Briony xx

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  27. I love the tee and your shoes. You have a very cool style, it reminds me of my blogpost Alternative State of Shock. Thanks for sharing the photos and feel free to drop by me too, soon.

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  28. absolutely gorgeous. 

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  29. Those sunglasses are actually amazing - they're very Tim Burton-esque in my opinion! I always like to leave things for a day or 2 when I see them which eradicates bingeing on things I might not necessarily take notice of if they were full price. So if I see something, I'll leave it, then if I'm still thinking about it the next day then I think its a good sign!

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  30. Elizabeth Mayerle BergJune 25, 2011 at 9:23 PM

    I did the same thing last summer before I moved to NY—went through all of my clothes. And, like, you, I found a LOT of things that I bought cheap and only wore a couple times (if that). My rule since then is that if I'm not in love with something, I'm not buying it. This goes for everything, except maybe basics like undies and tank tops. I've slipped up a couple of times, but that's okay. I've had roommates who didn't understand how I could afford to buy a couple of nice pieces when they were spending the same amount monthly at Forever 21.

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  31. i keep seeing these sunglasses & absolutely adore them, you rock them! and this bag is what dreams are made of :-)

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  32. Such great advice Nicolette! It's great you admitted your buying processes because I'm sure some people wonder how bloggers can afford to buy lots of designer garments, when actually you can have designer items on a budget, it just takes a little longer and careful planning. 

    I've not been choosy enough recently with my purchases and my image has suffered as a result, hence why I'm definitely only buying in exceptional circumstances from now on! x

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  33. It's great when you find something you've been admiring on sale but I agree, if you don't buy pieces you love, you'll regret it later. Quite envious of your t-shirt.

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  34. BK BK BK!!! Thank you so much, Alissa!

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  35. Thanks so much! It's the perfect pink.

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  36. Thank you so much!!! Writing-related compliments are my favorite :)

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  37. Try it!!! I mean, you got through a no-shopping month, right? Just apply similar restraint, with a little more leniency -- only the best of the best! (However, I know this can be difficult when you're decorating a new apartment!!)

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  38. Thanks Samille!! Deborah Lippman makes amazing glitter polishes!

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  39. Loving those shades!

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  40. Jesus H. Christ I love those sunglasses!!! I am typically ho-hum about fancy brand things but I am seriously lusting. Inappropriate thoughts. I also have the thing where I like to wear so many different things and mix it up always that I am now allowing myself to buy things (granted, 95% of my clothes come from Re/Dress) wear them a few times and let them go as soon as I've seen enough of them. 

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  41. i love the phrase "aim for the highest quality within my means." i think that is so important-- to buy quality (and and sometimes more ethical) fashion while still not having your wallet explode. perfect! :)

    sarah rose
    zezaftig.blogspot.com

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  42. it's definitely hard sometimes to keep to this rule, especially when i have the impulse to buy something, but i think what's worth reminding (for me, at least!) is how much more satisfaction and gratification i get out of higher quality pieces that i've saved up for -- and how much longer i'm able to enjoy them!!

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  43. You're definitely lucky to be in an atmosphere where coming-and-going of clothing is so... casual! And accessible! I get really, really attached to my clothing, especially the things i've lusted after and saved up for, to the point that giving them away or selling them is virtually impossible. it's only the throw away, fast-fashion pieces that i'm able to say au revoir to while maintaining any sense of sanity. I wish i could train myself to say goodbye more easily! It's hard!

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  44. Aiming for no regrets, for sure!! Thank you for the comments !

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  45. Thank you Lauren!! I do get some invasive emails and questions about how I can afford things, but without getting into details of my finances and income, it really does come down to budgeting, list making, and watching out for items I want to go on sale or become available with promo deals, etc.

    I think being a fashion writer/blogger does pose an interesting conflict, though, because I'm constantly browsing and "shopping" (for work purposes, of course!) so it's impossible not to see the best-newest-brightest out there available in the market. It's quite the exercise in restraint!

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  46. OMG! I love you sunglasses!! They are almost like a sculpture piece!

    http://hellofridaybypaik.blogspot.com/

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