Should I buy another black dress? Is there any possible way to justify this?
*This figure does not include all the skirts I own, which is an equally embarassing number. And just for clarification, some of these are winter dresses, some are summer dresses. And I didn't buy all of them. At least half of the dresses I own were free or second-hand. For example, the black dresses alone:
1) Black wool cowl-neck dress- $80
2) Black floral- free (hand me down from Chlo-po, once property of the Vic drama department)
3) Plain black spaghetti strap dress- $30
4) Ben Sherman dress- $150
5) Polka Dot Dress- $3 (Value Village)
6) Fancy black Jacob dress- free (hand-me down from Monique)
7) Black and green organic dress- $110
Total spent on black dresses in the last 7 years: $373.00
That works out to $53.29 per year spent on black dresses. (However, most of the dresses paid for themselves in the tips I earned serving while wearing the given dresses.)
As for the 22 different dresses, I wear every last one of them. And I only own 3 pairs of jeans. (This is a new figure. This time last week, I only owned two pairs of jeans, which totalled in value at a mere $90.)
This is less of a math question and more of an artistic one. It really comes down to how the dress looks.ReplyDelete
And then of course you must look at it from a logistical standpoint. It is December. Is the dress wearable in the winter?
I say buy the dress! Sidenote, when are you leaving for Cold Lake again????ReplyDelete
One can never have enough black dresses. Go for it! :) One can also never have enough shoes or lipglosses.ReplyDelete