My Threads: Dress: H&M, Booties: Target, Clutch: Forever 21, Bracelets: Macy's, Watch: Fossil
I bought this dress in a hurry thinking it might work well for the wedding I'm going to in Las Vegas this weekend. Even if I decided not to wear it to the wedding, I figured it would be a good holiday party dress or something.
When I tried it on, it felt a little snug, but I probably had it on for less than a minute. When I got home, I tried it on to show Marc, and it felt way tighter than it had felt in the fitting room. And I don't think it was just because of the burrito bowl I scarfed down. The dress kind of felt like I was wearing a corset. So obviously, I couldn't wear it to a wedding with dinner and dancing. I like my rib cage where it is, thanks. And I like to have air in my lungs.
This dress probably wasn't really right for the wedding anyway. So I borrowed a dress from a friend, returned this one so someone with smaller lungs can purchase it, and I called it a day.
This is the second time in the last couple weeks that I've bought something I tried on and returned it because it didn't fit right. What's up with fitting rooms? Do they make you shrink or expand so you'll buy more clothes? Maybe I just get excited, and important things like breathing or pants falling down just don't seem relevant. Until they are.
Do you ever buy clothes that don't fit right on accident?