This was an impulsive buy. I don't have many of those (if we don't include red lipsticks) , but they happen. Luckily not too often. They are really comfortable, chunky but I just didn't "feel them". The more I thought about them the more they bothered me at home. They just didn't fit with my wardrobe. This is when I know something is wrong and it's not for me. I returned them in the end. Luckily, Zara has a fuss free return policy and the girls that work at my local Zara are always very nice to me.
I would feel guilty if I wouldn't return them and just cling to them for whatever reason.
Before I ever buy anything I always sleep on it, a night, a week, a month or if I decide to buy it I will wait till the sales start because I refuse to pay ridiculous amount of money for things that were made for less than a euro but they are sold at ridiculous high prices. But hey, this is how the High Street works and I try to avoid it as much as I can. But if we all stopped buying from high street brands would the workers at the sweatshops go out of work? More on that issue in an upcoming post.