Isn’t it ironic that I spent the past 4 years of my life studying the basis of economics; the thrill of what is categorized to be a country’s currency, the complexity of wealth, the development of the grounds we live on and the amounts we spend for.
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In a sense, I am an economist. Not a very good one seeing as I spend much more than what is reasonably feasible as a mere college graduate. I am the epitome of every American stereotype anyone could possibly think of. I am the living proof of the middle-class consumerist living as if they were on the verge of reaching the 1% which alas, is quite the opposite. I’m an (almost) unpaid blogger with a serious shopping problem.
If the post Rebecca Bloomwood were sitting beside me as she watched me down a few frosty beers and a couple glasses of wine while I wrote this heartbreaking, yet materialistic, piece she’d watch with judging eyes in her rainbow colored skirt and beg me to stop. She’d try to talk me out of convincing myself into buying another pair of culottes and a few more pair of heels but I just cannot seem to understand the financial crisis that I am in and she can’t make a good enough argument.
Mistakenly, nonetheless, would it be to pass up on a sale pair of authentic leather pants and any budget friendly addict would agree. The pair of 100% genuine leather pants pictured below have been marked down to $30 (even less in select stores). These will make the perfect wardrobe piece this fall so make the girl in the green scarf proud and go buy the hell out of these suede culottes.