On The Difference Between Frivolous and Justifiable Wants
Molly Jean Bennett
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I mean, if you can afford it (and that means being able to pay for a horrorload of dental work even if you buy it) and want it, perhaps there should be less shame associated with that.

To me, though, the print is cute but the cut of that dress only looks good when the model is contorted. It looks really wrinkly and puckering head-on, which is I assume how most people will see you. If I’m going to spend $81 on a dress, it should do the work of making me look good; I shouldn’t have to work to make it look good.

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