Okay, so the biggest reason why this is a bit true for me is because I spend ALL my money on bags. So I don't spend a lot on clothes and sometimes have to plan my outfits and reserve some specifically for weekends only. It's really sad! However I just graduated college about a week ago so as soon as I go on full-time I can have some extra money to build up my wardrobe. So anyway, I feel like every time I go out, every other girl is dressed SOO cute and so nice. Like I don't feel confident. Perfect accessories, so cutely put together, like some outfits I see girls wearing I would only wear on like a Saturday night, not a Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon. Does it take a long time to really build up a wardrobe? Some people I think are just born with good tastes and have no problems with putting outfits together. I think a lot of girls my age (22) are still getting gifted a lot of really nice things from parents and maybe that's part of it, too. But I feel like I'm starting from scratch, like I have to learn what works together and what is best, etc. For example I have fallen in love with the Juicy sweat suits that I used to hate but now love-- I really love them. And Ugg boots, which I purchased but returned because I couldn't get such simple popular boots to work for me. And now you can't find them anywhere because of X-Mas! And I bet like a MILLION other girls have already worn the JC and Uggs for years (and still do) and are so far ahead in what works and what looks cute. Like I don't even own either of those yet, for example, and millions of girls have already "been there, done that!" Like I feel clueless as if I don't know how to dress myself! haha. I don't know if anyone else feels this way as well?