Moving is a bitch. Ah, that makes me feel so much better. Luckily, I haven’t been moving too far from the nest. I’m one block north from my old place, but when you’re moving things yourself, it’s far enough. I’m not too happy, though. Reason being is that I ruined my expensive Jules Power sweat tights (who’d wear $100 + items to move, only me, of course). Not to mention, I can’t really tell if I’m hot or cold, because nothing feels comfortable enough. If I wear a winter coat, it’s too much, but too much layers don’t seem to do the trick, either. Yes. It makes no sense trying to move in the winter – that’s a whole other story. But I digress. I’ve made my bed, so I’ve gotta deal with the consequences. But this post is for those of you who get it, there’s no good fashion when it comes to moving. Top it off, I live in an area where I can’t really afford to have bad days – at least not this time around. So, what’s a girl to do? I mean hey, not that I’m so self-conscious that I don’t want people to see my lugging furniture wearing a head scarf and ripped pants, but then again, maybe I am.
I’ve been getting a lot of compliments on these pants. But it says on Power’s e-comm shop that they’re now $58 as opposed to the original 130. This infuriates me. As mentioned, I have a hole in my 130 pants. At least if they were cheaper, I wouldn’t feel so bad.
These 100 % Canadian eh boots are comfy. Love them. And though I’ve almost worn them to the ground, they’re tried and true. Not sure they’ll last longer than a few winters, but definitely good for Toronto’s sluggish, messy winters.