You’re like the Imelda Marcos of trousers! I have 2 pairs of jeans, 2 pairs of work trousers & 3 pairs of shorts. All black easily avoids the mis-match issue
I blame Lisa.
But I’m not going to complain, because I hate shopping for clothes, and if she finds something that fits, and brings it home, more power to her.
I practically do - unless I need to dress in slacks and boot heels for a special visitor or event at work. My “uniform” is a pair of jeans from Wal Mart and $10 polo shirts from Penny’s. Just have to pick which color polo I feel like being that day.
I have other tops I picked up at Goodwill but my jeans and polos are my daily wear. And steel toed boots.
I just cleaned out my closet last weekend and have a stack of pants that were too large. I could take them off without unbuttoning them and my bottom looked like a toddler in a diaper. Not exactly the look one wants to go for.
Needing new pants is not a bad problem to have, but I am the same about not wanting to buy too much new just yet. I did treat myself to a pair of red (oh la la) ankle pants with a sale and coupons from JCP.
I also came across a small pile in the back of the closet that had a sheet of paper on them that said “goal pants” from YEARS ago! Some still had tags so they sure as heck WERE a goal then. Each and every pair fit or was (gasp) roomy, so there is that!
My old skinny clothes look like fat pants and tent shirts. I REALLY need to go shopping! I haven’t weighed this little since my early high school years.
I need reading glasses these days so I always make sure to wear shirts with a pocket, even polo shirts. I am down to where I can wear some old polo shirts that were some of my favorites way back when - before I needed reading glasses, so they have no shirt pockets!
It always feels good when you can get back to that high school weight. And here lately I think I may also be in better shape too. It is hard to believe back then I could eat two whoopers two large fries and two apple pies.
You could just get one of those chains for glasses, and wear them around your neck, like a necklace.
My keto complaint is that it’s made my previous type 1 diabetes rollercoaster a much less exciting straight line of a ride - gee thanks, keto…