Did the most dreadful thing over the weekend.
I hate clothes shopping but I bit the bullet because I really need some clothes. I'm somewhat difficult to shop for. On top, long arms and massive biceps - only girl in the family and I got my dads arms. The girls are large as well. The bottom, I'm short and legs get skinnier every year. Native American so I have no hips. Everything has to be taken in in the hip and legs, can't stand big baggy clothes.
Went to Boston Store, it's associated with Carson Prairie Scott, should be able to get good quality, right. Wrong. I was shocked at the horrible styles and the fabric choices. Every rack I went to was "made in Indonesia", "made in Vietnam" and of course "made in China". The fabrics were terrible, I would imagine one washing and they'd be done with. Where do you shop? Like I said, I hate shopping. I really can't remember the last time I went. I usually shop at Goodwill and the online shopgoodwill.com auction but this year I need some good sweaters and things to keep me warm at the office.
I checked LL Bean and Lands End, wasn't real impressed. I'm very casual, don't like foo foo at all. I've checked Macy's, same thing there and Dillards just seems too fancy for me. Maybe I should just go back to making my own clothes and I suppose if I had time, I just might do that.