I've written something like this once before early on in my blogging days (why do I make it seem as though I've been writing for years?). It was entitled Hiding Your Online Shopping Problems. It is your typical case of #beautyproblems with a hint of #firstworldprblems.
After my holiday to Alaska my mom, sister, and I had three luggages full of clothing just stuffed in a late night rush. 1/3 may very well have been dirty and worn, another 1/3 were unworn the entire trip, and the last 1/3 were worn but needn't be washed. Now why all this math? The math is nothing really just makes everything look super technical. Coming home, oh so jet lagged and tired, my mom decides it'd be swell to just dump the entire trip's worth of clothes into the wash all willy nilly. Grand, thank you for doing the washing and ... Please gasp in horror if you know where I am going with this. DRYING. By gosh, I know I can't talk when I'm not the one kindly doing the laundry but there are somethings you just don't tumble dry! I, frankly, despise the dryer. It's awfully convenient for quick dries if you've gotten soaked in the rain, but AGH. I've lost many a dress, pants, and shirts because they've gotten way too tiny! All my cardigans are now so small they wouldn't even fit onto my American Girl doll! It's so bad that I'm even thinking about just doing my own laundry from now on!
Do any of you remember when hoodies with fur hoods were in? From about 2004 - 2006? Those were monsters. Bought a new one and a week later it was thrown in the washer and dryer and POOF! it looked like I had stuck a sopping wet cat into an electric socket. I don't know why or understand how things shrink (and socks get lost, but that's another post entirely!) in the dryer but I would rather wait hours for certain garments to dry on a rack!
Now I come to you for tips about laundry. Don't laugh! It may be silly but every girl in love with her fashion pieces knows we'll do anything to have them properly fit and take care of them! Please share anything you can! To end this post I'd like to make a dedication to my lost cardigans. You beauties will forever be missed.