I don’t know about you, but I like to shop. When I have money, when I know in my heart I shouldn’t be at any store, when I’m happy, when I’m sad–you can probably find me in a store. But there’s just so many places I’m willing to spend my dollar at because of some of my basic retail rules. Some of them include the following:
* I will never spend more than $40 on a pair of jeans.
* A hoodie, “blinged out” or not, shouldn’t cost more than $25 at the most.
* If it’s not a leather bag, I can’t spend more than $30 on it. Sorry!
I have a lot more. Call me cheap, call me anal, but this way of shopping keeps my lights on and brings something extra to my closet. It’s a shame though, because some of my former go-to stores have, in a sense, sold out. Before, they were known for their low prices and designer steals, now everytime I go in these establishments I’m giving the mean mug to a supposed sale sign (THAT ‘AINT NO SALE!). Here’s a list of a few famous stores that have gone saditty, and no, I don’t appreciate it.