I have been shopping a lot lately so I put myself on a self imposed shopping ban for anything clothes related (I am going to hold out for as long as I can..one day at a time). I honestly don't need any clothes but just can't stop myself from shopping. I know I have a ton of clothes that still have tags on it so I should really use those and give my closet a major overhaul before buying anything else.
Lucky for me, we need a a lot of things for our house to help me forget about clothes. For example, this past weekend we started furniture shopping for a new couch. I am honestly very overwhelmed by so many choices. One of the stores we went was Pottery Barn and I am so excited that they have designers that come to your house and help you plan out your purchase. The lady we spoke with is an interior designer and that makes me even more excited since we would probably end up buying more than just the couches. Appointment has not been made yet but I think this service will help me narrow down the best options for us.
Have you used an interior designer for major furniture purchases? What was your experience?
As part of my no shopping, I am wearing things in my closet today. I wore this palm top last time more relaxed with my white jeans last time (seen here). This time, I am pairing the palm print top for work.
J Crew Cropped Silk Popover Shirt in Tropical Fern Similar
J Crew Factory Multi Strand Pearl Necklace Similar
Ann Taylor Wedges Similar
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