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Shopping Expedition

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Today was my shopping expedition.

On the agenda:
- New interview outfit
- Workout clothes?
- Bras

So, it started off great - I got a black dress and a purple jacket for $35 at H&M.
I also want to get a more casual/lighter top to go with the dress for hot days and/or casual interviews.

I also got 4 bras at JC Penny. Bad news - 3 of the 4 don't fit (I haven't tried the 4th, but its a sports bra, so it probably will be fine). I'm going to go back and return them, I'm just starting to get discouraged. I can never find bras that fit me.

I will be doing more shopping on Monday.
Monday's shopping agenda:
- Another top for black dress
- Workout clothes?
- Bras?
- New sneakers

Also - I planned to go to Starbucks as my afternoon snack, because I didn't have a granola bar, and there's a Starbucks in the mall - and I stuck to my plan and got a 170 calorie latte! So, yay me!

Anyways, I'm off to figure out what I want to do next.

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    1801 days ago
  • TIGER_LILY_613
    If you live near a Hanes, ask them if they could do a bra fitting for you. The one in LA (Citadel Mall) does, and the sales ladies are very helpful !
    1801 days ago
    I recommend getting a bra fitting if you can. Go to a place where they actively help you when you try on the bras. They are usually the best at measuring and helping you to select the style that will best fit your body and do the job you want the bra to do. (ie: lift you up, cover you) They also know which bras fit true to size and should know the adjustments you need to make for the ones that aren't.

    emoticon On sticking to your plan for Starbucks.
    1801 days ago
    Would it be feasible to get a true measurement from the sales lady in the lingerie department?
    You are doing very well!
    1802 days ago
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