Help! Got no clothes

Myrkur

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Well I do have clothes, lol. But I gave away A LOT, because I got so picky and I didn't like 9/10 of my closet. Now I want to buy some new clothes, but I'm SO SO picky, whenever I put something in my shopping basket, I keep thinking, should I get it or not, is it worth the price, do I really like it blabla and eventually my shopping basket remains empty again.

I'm someone who gets bored with things very easily. I need something new every second, same with my clothes. I was thinking about getting good basics, I have sweaters from Acne and Tshirts from COS, but I don't have any dresses or something. But I don't wanna buy Topshop, because I think it's too overpriced for this simple dress with not that great quality.. (This dress showing, is around 56 Euros. I'm willing to pay the 56 Euros, but for good quality (sorry no topshop hate, but I don't have good experience with Topshop quality)) I rather buy basics from Acne, Filippa K etc, but they don't have dresses in this style.
 

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Nadin22

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Well I do have clothes, lol. But I gave away A LOT, because I got so picky and I didn't like 9/10 of my closet. Now I want to buy some new clothes, but I'm SO SO picky, whenever I put something in my shopping basket, I keep thinking, should I get it or not, is it worth the price, do I really like it blabla and eventually my shopping basket remains empty again.

I'm someone who gets bored with things very easily. I need something new every second, same with my clothes. I was thinking about getting good basics, I have sweaters from Acne and Tshirts from COS, but I don't have any dresses or something. But I don't wanna buy Topshop, because I think it's too overpriced for this simple dress with not that great quality.. (This dress showing, is around 56 Euros. I'm willing to pay the 56 Euros, but for good quality (sorry no topshop hate, but I don't have good experience with Topshop quality)) I rather buy basics from Acne, Filippa K etc, but they don't have dresses in this style.
I know what you mean :smile:. Have you tried asos? Sometimes they have some nice stuff and shipping and returns work very well.

http://www.asos.de/ASOS/ASOS-Waiste...=8799&sh=0&pge=1&pgesize=20&sort=-1&clr=Green

http://www.asos.de/ASOS-Midikleid-m...WRpLURyZXNzLXdpdGgtQmFzcXVlZC1XYWlzdC9Qcm9kLw..

I'm also a fan of Mango. I got some nice dresses for work.
 

Myrkur

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I know what you mean :smile:. Have you tried asos? Sometimes they have some nice stuff and shipping and returns work very well.

http://www.asos.de/ASOS/ASOS-Waiste...=8799&sh=0&pge=1&pgesize=20&sort=-1&clr=Green

http://www.asos.de/ASOS-Midikleid-m...WRpLURyZXNzLXdpdGgtQmFzcXVlZC1XYWlzdC9Qcm9kLw..

I'm also a fan of Mango. I got some nice dresses for work.
I just ordered a dress from Dahlia through Asos, but how is Asos's own brand? Is it good quality for the money you pay?
 

Eva1991

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I'd buy this dress, it looks simple but nice and chic (and I'm veeeeeery picky too)! Even when I actually buy somthing, I'm having thoughts of returning it and getting something else, but I don't do it because I'd eventually end up with 0 clothes! LOL

If, however, you want something both of great quality and nice fiting, I'd suggest you go to a private female tailor (english isn't my native language, so I don't know if there's such a thing as "female tailors" in english! please excuse me if it sounds silly! I mean a person who sews for a living, a dress-maker). Personally, when I'm looking for somthing (say the prefect LBD) but I can't find it in the stores, I design one on my own, exactly as I imagine it (I'm really into fashion design) and then hire a "female tailore" (again, sorry if this sounds silly) to sew it for me!