I have denied this title long enough, but it’s time to come to terms with who I am: a hoarder. I am a hoarder when it comes to the amount of clothes I have. It’s crazy! My dresser is packed, and my closet is at full capacity. Yet I still don’t know what to wear in the morning, which is why I buy more clothes. Not only would I call myself a hoarder, but I would also say I’m a borderline shopaholic. I know I sound crazy, but we all have our guilty pleasures!
As you can tell, a big chunk of my money goes towards clothing, but I only spend big when I know I will wear an article of clothing multiple times. I wear my $70.00 shirt a lot, so to me, I think that’s money well-spent.
The one thing I can’t justify spending a lot of money on is flats. I’m sorry, I can’t spend big bucks on a pair of shoes that I will only wear in the summer. But unfortunately, the star of this year’s shoe trend are lace-up flats. I hate to admit it, but I love this style. I did find a pair, but they cost $178.00. That is way too much for me! In this video, I can learn to DIY my own without spending a quarter of the price, and guess what? They look just as cute, or maybe even cuter!
Let me remind you that these flats cost $178.00 from Anthropologie! I am not comfortable with spending that much on flats! What about you?
These are beautiful! The red pair are definitely my favorite. I am so down to make these, and it seems like a fun project, too. Here’s the template for the back piece — it’ll help a lot!