When taking a look in my closet at my shoe collection I noticed one thing.
My best pairs are worn most rarely, to a party, a wedding or a special occasion.
So this became the topic when we met at a friends bar called Infusion where they serve incredible foamy cappuccinos and best croissants ever.
The discussion started, girls how do you measure the return on investment on a really expensive pair of shoes or a dress? All my shoes are at home, on display like in an exhibition, and I barely succeed in wearing them.
“If I go to two parties or weddings then I consider that the dress has delivered on its investment” said the first friend “then when I wear it more it’s like I start to earn money back”.
“I only buy versatile shoes or clothes and wear them on many occasions, I’m not the girl with that dress”. Remarked another friend.
Then there was the male friend at our table who gave his opinion “I consider my shirt to have delivered its return when I have been on three good dates with three woman.”
“So you are get a return on your shirt right now with us? Came the question? “whilst we are talking and you are gaining a return on your investment?”.
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