One can never have too many cardigans...whoa deja'vu. It is a really important layering piece in my wardrobe for two main reasons: 1). I'm a naturally cold person...and 2). I'm a naturally modest person. Many of my summer dresses are sleeveless and if there isn't a cardigan that goes with it, it's probably not worn much...if at all. A dress without a cardigan is like a baby without a blanket. Dresses have absolutely nothing to do with this post, I just like to bounce around from subject to subject to confuse you.
Really, I just want to brag on this cardigan. Since I can never have too many (there it is again), I'm always on the lookout for good ones. This particular cardigan was (perhaps still is?) available at H&M in several different colors for $30. I put it on my mental wish list, but ultimately passed because of the price (me = that cheap).
Lo and behold, I found this cardigan at ARC's Value Village only a few days later...in the color...in my size...for $6. This purchase led me to question much deeper things in life such as:
Why bother with regular retailers?
Do I dare set foot in an H&M ever again?
Will I be so lucky in my search for the perfect yellow heels?
Can shopping be considered a "spiritual gift"?
Who am I?
What is the meaning of life?
So on and so forth.
Cardigan: H&M, thrifted via ARC's Value Village
Jeans: Lux, thrifted via Valu Thrift