My closet contains items that date back to 2001.
Organized in Vib G. Yor.
2. Stop wearing my ex-boyfriend's Coors Light sandals as normal, day-to-day footwear.
3. Fix my mother's ring that my dog tried to eat.
The one, specific thing my mother left me is currently missing two small stones after I accidentally left the ring on my coffee table.
Wearing the ring in happier times.
4. Lose the pounds I've gained since purchasing my one-and-only Betsey Johnson dress and wear said dress.
The whole matter is quite depressing, but with a little exercise and no more ice-cream, the dress should fit in no time!
5. Try to buy things that are classic and durable.
Rather than my add to my collection of graphic tees that are not, I should invest in key pieces, such as blazers and trench coats, that can carry me through the seasons.
I thought this shirt was awesome when I was 16.
6. Stop using my chest as a billboard for beer companies.
Oh, Corona...if only you'd get off my chest.
7. Find more vintage concert t-shirts.
The two I own were given to me by my dad, and I think they're the best. There's just something about clothes with a past experience, plus since they're old they're uber-comfy.
Wearing an authentic 1981 Rolling Stones' American Tour tee.
8. Shop local stores more often, rather than at the mall.
This may be hard, as I have a 40-50% discount where I work.
Support local businesses, kids.
9. Streamline what works for me.
I have huge, once-athletic thighs from being a swimmer and runner, so lengths that hit between my knee and hip work better than high-thigh ever will, along with bell-silhouettes and high-waisted skirts.
Even when I am toned and thin, short-shorts don't flatter my figure.
10. Buy jewelry second-hand.
Why, you ask? Because I want to be green as possible without turning into Kermit the Frog, dammit!
I had a lot of fun coming up with this list...can you think of any style resolutions for yourself? Here's to a happy and fabulous New Year!