Basics, right? 🙂 Right. Simplicity, comfort, relatively good price, no brainier. It would be a no brainier at normal circumstances, but for me, it took more than one year to make up my mind again. Not a full year, though, but still.
Maybe it won’t be a surprise that I had had these exact same shoes before but for some reason, I sold them years ago. I loved and used my other pair more and thought that was enough. But then it came up again and again, I wanted to wear them mostly with skinny jeans and short bottoms, but eventually didn’t pull the trigger as I convinced myself that I’m not tall enough and don’t have long lean Bambi legs either.
And here we are, in 2016 when my hubby just ordered some new ones, as he basically lives in them, plus I got that feeling what I wrote about in the previous post, plus plus we’re living in a country, where the summer is
non existent pretty cool, and I couldn’t resist anymore. And don’t care about how tall I am and what kinda legs I have anymore. I’m just not willing to care. Full stop.
Of course I still care about what I wear them with, after all, I have more than enough alternatives. And no, I won’t sell them again. It just doesn’t make sense anymore, does it?
And this happened when I was ready to cheer to the Hungarian football team. I’m not sure why I’m sharing this, but I’m going with it anyway. If you’re wondering about the sweatpants they’re due to the support and respect for the goalkeeper, Gábor Király, who wears them all the time. Our team was dropped out yesterday, but nonetheless, they were really good and finally we have a nice football team in Hungary too. Nicely done, boys!/Szép volt, fiúk! Ok, that’s why. 🙂 Proud Hungarian is proud. 😛