Warning: nerdy finance humor mixed with cheesy wardrobe talk contained in this post. Due to excess inventory and a fixed amount of storage space, I now force myself to adhere to a semi-strict policy of inventory control that we’ll now term the New In Something Out (“NISO”) method. If something new is going into my wardrobe, something else must come out. These decisions often pain me, but it is slowly forcing me to ensure that I not only like that new item, but love it too because I have to make room for it. Today I share with you a few pieces I’ve found worth making room for from the Gap.
This split neck shirt dress is long enough to wear as a dress in the summer, but while waiting for the weather to warm up (or just to be able to sit on a set of steps like this and not look inappropriate) I wore it as a tunic with skinny jeans and popped some pink baubles on top.
Continuing my current blue obsession from both this and my previous post on Feeling the Blues, I also made room for a blue tie wrap shirt dress. Apparently a lot of people are making room for this Gap dress in their wardrobe because it is in and out of stock (as are the “It” Jeffrey Campbell booties I’m wearing), so act fast if you like it.
Disclaimer: The value of my inventory at any given time cannot be determined and it would take more time than this CPA has to account for it all. Also in full disclosure, note that I have not yet implemented NISO inventory accounting and control method in my denim or shoe collection at the present time and it could be said I have gone over budget if one was reviewing my purchase history.
Yours in retail sharing,