BeautyHack columnist Tatyana Yakimova says that style depends not only on taste and certainly not on big money, but on big laziness.
Cold beautiful autumn day. Snow fell, yeah.
I help my neighbor sort out her wardrobe.
I'm not a stylist, but she asked. Has recovered a little and does not know what to wear with what, although things are in bulk. There is nothing to put on - and there is nowhere to put this "nothing".
And here I am standing in a vast dressing room, where clothes are really in bulk, and nothing suits the hostess.
Several nice jackets and one tuxedo, all of them don't fit at the hips. The same goes for your favorite trousers, jeans and skirts. That is, a poor fellow can fit into jeans, but it looks somehow not very good.
Because in recent months he has been constantly sitting - either at the TV, or at the computer, or at the wheel. She also always has great homemade jam and branded cookies, which is great - if not three times a day.
The only suitable jacket is missing two buttons, and there is nowhere to take the same ones, and altering all five is the same horror, what a hassle.
The zipper has broken on trendy trousers with straps. We need to take this zipper somewhere to sew it in, but where? And there is no time.
A pair of fur vests that transform an already slim figure into a square.
The only thing that is still not small is a few oversized sweaters, leggings and knitted pants with an elastic band. It fits, yes. But it doesn’t sit as it did last year, and it’s immensely tired.
Well, what can you say?
True, last year's turtlenecks, mercilessly emphasizing the rollers on the sides and belly, turned out to be very good under a spacious plaid shirt. But - that's all.
I make a diagnosis: "You have something important to do."
- Disperse the blood.
- Leeches? She asks in a trembling voice.
- No, just move.
Because you are as lazy as Marfushechka Darling. Your wardrobe doesn't work out of your laziness. He was just dull.
Buying a new one is the easiest way out, but it means accepting the fact that you will never end your laziness, which means you will not build. So every year, if not six months, you will change your wardrobe to a new one, two sizes larger.
True, I said this in my mind. And in words I advised fitness. Or yoga. Or dancing. Or just daily walks. And massage.
Because the problems are not with clothes, but with weakened energy.
Although the woman is beautiful, happy in love, successful at work. But in his free time he prefers to be lazy. So a large, beautiful living room, where you can dance and walk, turned into a dining room with a TV, a dressing room - into a warehouse of unnecessary things, and a lifestyle - into a sedentary one.
In general, they agreed that after six she only eats chicken breast with lemon. And he takes the bag of garbage to the container of the neighboring village. On foot! And sign up for fitness and massage next to work. And for each cookie - 20 squats. Law. Well, he will also sew the buttons, insert the zipper into the trousers. And once a week we will dance with her. If at least one third of the above fulfills - already excellent.
I'm lazy too, I have to face it. But the fear of looseness is stronger than laziness. And I love energy, I'm not going to lose it. Lord, how I love energy! She is everything: strength, inspiration, beauty, and freedom. Most people love her. But they forget.
Energy is space, laziness is a swamp.
Before you update your wardrobe, evaluate your own life with a critical eye. Maybe we should just not be lazy to sew on buttons? And if your favorite thing sits too tight - move more than sit, and replace the "barrel of jam and a basket of cookies" with something healthier and less nutritious. Yes, at least reduce the portions. Here, a neighbor gave me a cookie. I grabbed five of them and ran to work in the garden. Waste energy. And recruit.
I think I'm an energy stylist! Haha, that sounds good. But I also have something to strive for. And what to learn. For example, I'm too lazy to make cookies!