How to Dress for the World Without Spending a Fortune
When you’re at the office or on the couch, or when you’re in bed, you probably have a few times in your life when you don’t really have time to wear clothes.
There’s the time you just want to go to bed and sleep, and the time when you need to be home to pick up the kids from school, and then you just need to take a few minutes to grab some snacks and go to the bathroom, or whatever it is that you need.
But when you spend your time at home, that’s a lot of time you can spend doing something that’s not actually going to be productive.
And in the world of textiles and apparel, you can’t really afford to be in a rush, and that means that the people who have the most time to spend on clothing are those who actually need to spend the most money.
So, how do you find that balance?
The answer is to be selective.
You should always go for something that you think is going to make you happier and that will help you be productive, and this means you should spend more time on your wardrobe than you would if you weren’t selective.
This article originally appeared on New York magazine.