You’re easily angered at the thought of not having the dress you like at a store. You think it was the latest trend, you’ve seen it in a fashion magazine somewhere and it’s just fabulous. But what can you do, that dress smells thousands of dollars. It’s what a film like ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’ and TV series like ‘Gossip Girl’ do to you.
High-fashion industries’ styles that are depicted in movies are superficial. Loving fashion is not a bad thing but addiction is different. You even forgot to call a water delivery service because you’re nailed to watching a marathon of ‘Project Runway’ or ‘America’s Next Top Model’. Just toned your addiction a little and keep an eye of your fashion meter to prevent it from happening.
- You’ve subscribed to every fashion magazine – From GQ to Vogue. You think having these magazines will let you improve your sense of style. You’re not totally mistaken, but these subscriptions will cause you few dollars. Simplify your need and be practical.
- You got piles of clothes in your closet – There’s nothing wrong with clothes, but what’s wrong is you’re not using them. You only need plenty of wardrobes if you’re a TV personality or model. But if you’re not then don’t waste money on clothes you just want to display.
- You have a schedule of every fashion TV show – It’s entertaining to see models wearing the hottest clothes fitting for every season – summer, autumn, fall, winter. You think it’s informative. But spending your time watching those is not normal anymore. The thing is, it’s not a sin if you miss an episode.
- Your headband matches your toenails – Matching the colors of the clothes and accessories you wear are time-consuming and it doesn’t come cheap. You may say that it’s the improvised version but still, it’s not practical.
- You follow every Victoria’s Secret Model on Twitter – If you’ve done this then certainly you’re a certified fashion addict.
Dressing up or matching your accessories once in a while is a good thing. Don’t exaggerate. You don’t need to spend much money to impress others. Keep an eye on yourself and see to it that it’s not addiction.