I'm going to preface my post with this comment: I don't like shopping. At all.
Now that you know that, you can only imagine how much more frustrating it is for a non-shopper to walk into a shop like Target and discover that summer clothes are hard to find....even though it was 37C on the day I went to buy things that were necessary.
I really, really don't understand what makes retailers tick. It's the hottest month of the year and they've already begun switching over to Autumn wear. I'm sorry...but I just can't try on long sleeve anything while it's so hot outside, no matter how air conditioned the shopping centre is. And come Autumn, I won't be able to find light-weight long-sleeve fabric choices...they'll have moved into full-on winter. OK, that's an exaggeration. In Australia there seems to be an issue with selling clothes that will actually keep you warm on a cold winter's day.
Someone needs to stop this nonsense and sell clothes that actually suit the season we're currently in. You don't want to try on sleeveless and short things when you're freezing and you don't want to try on long stuff when you're too hot already. Especially when the non-shoppers of the world already struggle with the whole idea of having to buy clothes anyway.
There the rant endeth. I told you I don't like shopping!