Tuesday, 10 January 2012

Men and Clothes

Hi Everybody,

So today I decided to go and buy some new clothes. I think I did pretty well by spending a minimal amount of money on quite a bit of clothes (ok, so I don't ALWAYS buy the branded stuff).

I bought:

- Tights
- 2 sets of underwear
- Black leggings
- Pattern Grey/Black leggings (see below :))
- a plain black top

Do you see a pattern emerging? I'm always going for black!
Funnily enough though, I never end up having any black clothes, I don't understand how it happens, but it really does.

So anyway, I spent a small amount of money and decided to tell my boyfriend (who is currently in London so I can't see his face when he gets my email), that I spent some money. Of course, being a man, he got annoyed, as a matter of fact I believe he is currently sulking about the fact that I spent my own money.

So here's my question:
What's the deal with that? Why do men get annoyed about us women going shopping?

Stay Tuned,

- A


  1. There was recently a programe on CBC radio about men and shopping. It was called: Women are from Bloomingdales and Men are from Sears. I think that really says a lot! In my experience most men are not clothes shoppers, they are more interested in the boytoys.

  2. Thanks for your comment, Sienna. I have to agree, they do love their boytoys, I do find it odd in the case of my boyfriend though - he'll take hours shopping for clothes, try things on a million times etc. and then get annoyed when I do it... men eh? can't live with em, can't live without em.