I’ll be sincere with you.
Many a time I send you an email, I don’t know what I plan to talk about.
Sometimes I’m even in a terrible mood that blocks my sense of reasoning,
This is one of those moments.
I have to go now. Thank you for reading one of my worst letters.
Hopefully, next Friday will be better.
That’s where I initially wanted to stop for today.
But then, I had to put you first.
Yeah, I mean you.
You joined my list to receive value.
It’ll be very selfish of me to just write anything and send it to you because of my fluctuating mood.
It doesn’t work that way.
At least, I should respect your faith in me and give you something worthwhile.
And that’s why I had a rethink.
Come to think of it, have you realized you do this to your clothes and personal style?
How do you dress when you’re in a terrible mood?
Wear anything and get out, huh?
That’s how it mostly happens for me.
But as I had to rework this email, I’ve had to rework how I dress to go out when I’m not in the mood.
Think about it this way:
You spent a reasonable amount of money to get those clothes.
You’ve invested time and effort in building your personality (style) since you were born.
Would you now let a fleeting mood make you become who you’re not?
Would you let a fleeting mood make you dress shabbily when you’re classy?
Remember, people will always stare. It’s up to you to make it worth their while.
Think about it for a second and do to your outfits as I did to ensure you got value from opening this email.
The Writer who knows how to do Fashion,
Creative Director, Ria Kosher & Chief Editor, Svelte Magazine
P.S: I still think this is one of my worst emails. And to make up for your time, how about you check out Ria Kosher’s shop?
I wanna clear out some old stock so you can have them at a 50% discount.
Only if you reply to this email before today ends