It seems like you've got the main procedure down to basics.
Going to the store, buying cloth, putting on a hanger and into the wardrobe. But, for some reasons, when it comes to actually wearing you recent purchases you suddenly start questioning your sense of style, self-sufficiency and even sight, because there's is absolutely no way you are going to put that on. That's when the topical issue of most women all over the world is brought up: why there's always nothing to wear?
Why there's always not enough time to really dig into the whole process or nobody around to give you a decent fashion advice?
And finally: how to figure out a solution and don't let constant hesitation being a choice?
It doesen't really matter whether it's your dad who takes you shopping or the other way around - the outcome is going to be pretty similar.
They are absolutely the best at Sunday baseball games, wise advices and ordering pizza.Their relationship with shopping, fashion and style is not going too well, though. We were able to identify two kinds of our dad's behaviors during mutual shopping trips and figure out a few ways to deal with those.
Because, you know how they say you can tell what was the best year of your father's life, because they seem to freeze that clothing style and ride it out:)
We're used to them knitting the cutest sweaters and baking the best cookies.
We're used to them complimenting our education achievements and complaining that we're not eating enough.
We definitely are not used to them picking up pairs of jeans for us, making us try on one of those hats that "were so popular when she was our age" and forcing us to buy the bale of warm cloth, although it's spring outside.
So what happens when your grandma indeed decides to become your very own kind of fashion expert?
They say when life gives you lemons, you should be smart enough to make a delicious refreshing lemonade out of those. But there are no instructions on what to do when life just forces you to forget your own needs for a while.
It's always hard to get back on the road after you haven't been driving for a long time or start working after a continuous vacation. Shopping is not an exception and, turns out, sometimes it's even harder to get back on track than we thought. What if you are alone, lost and frustrated in the middle of the huge store with no time or ideas about what you should get?
Ultimately, the only thing that's left to do is rip off a bandaid.