October 24, 2012

Wearapy

Sweater: Gap; Cords: Gap; Blouse: Forever21; Bag: JCrew; Shoes: Old Navy (old)

I've been down lately.  So down that I haven't been doing my hair, or makeup, or even dressing up.  I wake up, look in the mirror and gnarl at my hair, "I don't want to curl you!!"  I roll my eyes at the thought of putting my face on for another day.  The foundation, the concealer to cover up the dark spots, the bronzer to give me cheekbones, the eyeliner, mascara, and lipstick!  I feel as though, I just took it off.  And then I stare at my closet.  Things go on, and then right off.  It's like a tornado of clothes flying around.  And all I want to do is tie my unwashed hair back in a low bun, dab on some mascara, stay in my pjs and walk out the door.  I just haven't been taking care of myself.  In many aspects of life.  Do you ever have these days??  Or moments??  Or feelings??
I actually had a moment the other day, where I said to myself, "Katie, I think you're depressed."  And I am.  Sometimes, it's a struggle.
You see, when I am put together on the outside, it makes me feel more together on the inside, because I am putting effort into myself.  When I don't, feelings of, "I don't care," or,  "I'm too tired to care," perpetuate.  Maybe it's as simple as a new lipstick.  Or more challenging, like getting to the gym, or eating better.  Or, not eating better.  Sometimes that cupcake really helps.  But whatever it  is, whatever the effort, hopefully it helps happiness too.
Which is why, I'm picking myself up and wearing, what I hope to feel.  It's "wearapy".  For me, bright colors equal happiness.  Pink happens to be my favorite.  So I'm wearing it today.  With a strong dose of polka dots.  And a bright lip, to bring my smile back to life.  

97 comments:

Tina said...

Oh my gosh, you're so adorable I can't stand it!!!! Love the pink. :)

Cara said...

This outfit is adorable. I hope you feel better!

Angela Joy Holmes said...

Best thing about the blogging world? Finding out you're not alone. Posts like this make so many girls out there feel stronger, and ready to face the day, knowing they're not alone. Thanks for the Real, Raw, Genuineness. I feel like a creep for posting comments on your page almost daily now, but it hits too close to home to resist.
I think I'll go dig around in my closet for some old lost polka dot top now.
Thanks for the realness K, and stick with it, happiness for all we know is just one more pair of pink pants away :)
XO
Angela
www.fashionablecents.blogspot.com

J Ciriello said...

sorry you are feeling blue :-( whenever i am feeling like that, i try to listen to my favorite feel-good / happy music while i am driving and it picks me up. i have a few recent happy songs on my blog if you need any new suggestions. happy music always works for me.

Not Going Out Like That

prettipenny said...

Depression really sucks, it's something I battle with a lot. I hope you feel better soon!

LisaC said...

You look fab! I hope that these sad feelings pass quickly. I think that the hardest part of being in a rut is acknowledging that you are in a rut. Can you take some time for yourself this weekend? Yummy coffee, comfy clothes, a good book/movie, and a looooong snuggle. Feel better soon!

Zoë Michelle said...

I definitely have those days! you are not alone! Lately I've been feeling the same way...mostly because I'm living in a desert where no one really cares what you where. I practically DO wear pjs out! :p

I'm moving to LA december 1st, so im thinking things will change! haha

Hannah said...

What a great post. I can definitely relate and I so appreciate you opening yourself up and being real, something that's rare online. It's so nice to not feel alone, and that's a great thing about blogging.

I love your outfit. It couldn't be more perfect and pulled together! I have that sweater in navy, but now I want it in tan, just so I can match it to my hot pink pants.

Hope you feel better, Katie!

Judy C said...

I'm crazy about your outfit. A new twist on Fall colors that is terrific.

Katie said...

Adore this combination :).
xo,
Katie
www.toliveforstyle.com

Marie-Eve said...

I think we all have those days ! And you're so right, when you can't control how you feel inside, taking care of the outside is a good way to start getting the two togeter !

You look amazing !

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Jenni@Story of My Life said...

Awww Katie.. you look ADORABLE, and SO fun and bright. Hope the rain clouds blow away soon. We all have them sometimes. Let yourself feel it a while, and then pick back up and move on. :)

Misty Angel said...

I have been debating on a pair of bright pink cords like this and you just sold me!! LOVE them.

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sasha said...

I look at you and think. "katie, feels this way!?" then I quickly realize the feelings and emotions I've been feeling are ok. I'm human.

I'm so happy you are so open on your blog!

I hope you feel better!

xx

kailyn marie said...

I'm right there with you. This whole week to work, I've wore jeans and a hoodie or a t-shirt with my hair all grungy, no make up and my glasses. I haven't put my contacts on in a week.

You look fab in all that pink!!! :)

Brooke Mosher said...

Awwww! I hope you feel better Katie, you are so sweet and always write such open and honest blog posts. Sometimes making yourself look good can help to keep your chin up. Everyone feels that way. In your last two posts you have looked and dressed so bright and cheery, here's to hoping your insides catch up quickly :)

Libby said...

I think it's really brave and inspirational for you to share your struggles with us. I've been right there with you. In fact, I think dressing well really helped me turn my life around when I started college. I hate when people scoff at me for "dressing up" but it makes me feel better so I do it.
I absolutely love this happy look. You can't go wrong with pink pants and polka dots in my book!
-XOXO-
Libby at http://libbysoutlook.blogspot.com/

Sarah Mira Park said...

I would have never been able to tell all those things you wrote about by just looking at these photos. You're right, everyone has those days and I feel like for us girls, getting ready in the morning and putting in a little more effort can make a huge difference in the way we feel :)

I love the polka-dots and the bright colors of this outfit!!

-Sarah
The Weekend Diary

Kimberly said...

Oh girl - I have been going through the exact same thing...not taking good care of myself, not eating well, not working out enough & feeling like crud! Glad to hear I'm not alone...let's both get out of this rut, shall we?? :)

www.pennypincherfashion.com

vodkainfusedlemonade said...

Love your outfit but most importantly I love your words. Its not easy admitting to having depression. I know that after my son was born I went through post-partum. I felt so alone. I started a blog in July called Vodka Infused Lemonade and one of my posts discussed post partum and how it's not easy as a woman to admit to it. I had so many wonderful comments from other women thanking me for discussing such a "taboo" topic. Thank you for sharing your story. You are not alone. Go out and treat yourself tonight and have fun.

Agi:)

vodkainfusedlemonade.wordpress.com

Dan and Pauline said...

Katie, I'm sorry your feeling this way. I have been going through the same things for awhile, like feeling I just put this makeup on and now I'm washing it off. Maybe our morning routines are too long and were just too hard on ourselves. I suffer from depression from time to time and I found I really related with your post the other day. I'm married, have a house and a good job. What now? I think part of the key is to have goals in life as that seemed to do the trick in the past. Thanks for sharing!

MMB said...

Hi Katie! I was just explaining to my friend last week that I was all dressed up for work for the same reason. Ever since I was younger, I always dressed up on stressful days (filled with tests, presentations, etc.), or when I simply needed to just feel better.

I think the transition of seasons can also cause some blue days. I have had many recently too, but I have been working every day to identify a few things that were joyful, and it has helped.

LV said...

Awww, I hope you feel better soon. You look amazing even though you are feeling a little down. I love the colors you are wearing and you look so beautiful. Cupcakes help me too:-) or doing volunteer work and helping someone else always makes me feel better.

Lindsay said...

"Wearapy" has gotta be an official term or something! I can so relate! For me I think it's the changing in seasons that's got me feeling just blah! You look fab and I'm hoping your spirits are lifted soon! :)

Naomi at The Occasional Indulgence said...

Yup, I've been there before! I hope you get outta the depressive funk soon!

http://theoccasionalindulgence.blogspot.com/

Karla @ {The Classy Woman} said...

You are just so darn adorable! I'm sorry to hear that you feel blue. :( I've been there too and it's hard when everyone else around you seems to cheerful and that everything is going so well for them.

You have the right idea with clothing and makeup-they really can change your attitude and help you feel better about life. :)

Hugs to you,
Karla

Kacie said...

I love how you share your feeling because it makes people (like me) not feel so alone. You look great and hope this happy outfit brings you happiness :)

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www.kacieskloset.blogspot.com

Molly and Mac said...

you are beautiful....never forget that!!

Molly and MacKenzie
www.ruffledromance.blogspot.com

Kellee said...

I've been stuck in a rut feeling exactly the same way since a car accident I was in last year, and also just not taking care of myself. I honestly can't remember the last time I straightened my hair, and although that is not something major, it was something that I used to do weekly that made me feel good about myself. Now it seems I'd rather hide in bed without makeup! Yesterday I bought a pair of kitty JC Lita's, and it really made my day. I think clothes can really perk up your mood (as long as you're not spending thousands in retail therapy to try to make yourself happy) but in small doses, I think it's great! Plus seeing this outfit really put a smile on my face, so see, it's spreading!! :D

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Faith said...

Such a great outfit! And I completely agree with everything you said!

Marsa said...

sooo beautiful :)
so glad i followed you

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jessicaiswriting said...

Katie!
Thanks for your sweet, vulnerable post. Be kind to yourself. We all go through it. xoxo j

Ashley Allan said...

Oh my gosh, I think it's this time of year when the weather can't decide if it wants to be cool or warm. I have a theory that no matter how happy we "should be", something about this time of year makes life just seem a little empty. I think you have to work to be happy every day and some good wearapy is a great place to start!

Erica | cupcakes and coffee breaks said...

I really love that sweater Katie, it's so pretty. I can definitely see how that outfit would work to lift your mood, it makes me pretty happy just looking at it. I kind of wish it was autumn in Australia now too!

I really hope you're feeling better. I can relate a bit to those days, I had a lot of them when I was in university. Sometimes you do just need to take some you time to regroup, and if that includes pjs and sitting on the couch, so be it. Do what you need to do to feel better, and I hope it happens sooner rather than later for you. Thanks for keeping it real today.

KK McDougall said...

Ive had those days and i totally agree with you. When you feel good on the outside it tends to help the inside...well thats my experience. Even just seeing how fun and great you lok makes mewant to hop up and find some polkadots!

Rory said...

Thanks for being so open Katie! I gained lotsa respect for you when I read this post. You always seem so happy--it's a bit strange to hear that you're not so happy after all. But it's relieving to hear too--it's nice to know we're all human. And sadness is part of that. You'll get better---wearapy helps, cupcakes help, and heck, we're all here for you :) Get happy soon, Katie! As your blog title so aptly puts it, you run on happinesss! :) LOVE your outfit and your post today XO
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Haley Titus said...

I can totally relate to this feeling. Putting yourself together for the day really is therapy. And you look amazing. <3

Best,
Colour Me Classic

Natasha xoxo said...

Love your pants...such a cute color!

xo, tasha
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Katie said...

I adore this outfit! I've been eying that sweater from Gap. It's #1 on my Christmas list. Seriously this outfit is so cheery and happy. I just love the polka dots and pink. I'm pretty sure everyone can relate to that feeling of not wanting to get dressed or done up for the day. It happens way more than anyone admits. Admitting it is hard, but I can relate and I am sure every girl who reads your blog can relate. All I know is that for myself, I put my trust in God and that when I have these times of doubt or sadness, I look to him and know that all things in this life are temporary, but my treasure is in eternity. and that is the greatest kind of joy I can think of.

Lace And Tulle said...

love this outfit!!!

Lindsay Patrick said...

You have fooled me with such a bright spunky outfit. Chin up dear, it will get better!

xo,

LindsayJEveryday.blogspot.com

Perpetuity said...

I totally have these days way too often and it makes me feel normal that your gorgeous self does too! Thanks for sharing:)

CoolGreenDays said...

I get the sense this has been coming on, and clouding you, for some time. When you are at the bottom of the slippery glass, it is hard to imagine climbing up the inside - but you will, I promise. Stop fighting 'not feeling bad' and feeling guilty about feeling it, and just feel it. Sit quietly and feel it. This may take some time. Then, when you are ready, map your next move, and take one step. Just one.
Thinking of you with love & prayers xx

Ramen Couture said...

I absolutely love your outfit! Gorgeous!

Ramen Couture

xox,
Sabrina

Isabel said...

ugggh i hate those days. i've been sad lately also and i've been thinking about ways to get out of my funk. i've been baking more because it makes me feel happier than anything else i do. and you're right, that cupcake really does help.

Alyssa May Edwards said...

I completely understand what you are going through...sometimes you just get into a funk and don't know how to get out of it. I definitely think blogging has helped me with that though, because it is a little documentation of your life to not only yourself but to the world. I get inspired and it makes me want to better myself and keep posting. There are always going to be people that try and bring you down, so don't bring YOURSELF down. I hope this helps, and cheer up lady. There are thousands of people out there that adore you, including me! xo!

xoxo,
Alyssa

sincerelytrulyscrumptious.com

Branka said...

Thank you for being so honest and genuine, I'm sorry you are going through tough times and I hope you feel better soon. Remember though your sincerity helps many others, myself included, who feel the same way... so thank you for being REAL:)

Frannie Pantz said...

I'm sorry you haven't felt like yourself, but I do very much appreciate your honesty with us. We ALL have those days. I've had those moments lately too and it doesn't help that it's started SNOWING here! Ugh! I do very much love your outfit today, though. It is perfectly uplifting. Keep your head up Katie. As cliche as it sounds, this too shall pass.

fashionconfusion said...

color is amazing ! your pants are amazing! i love your blog.

-Wait and C- said...

I'm so sorry that you're feeling that way... Don't be too hard on yourself. It's okay to have bad & sad days... You did the RIGHT thing to do trying to dress up so that it cheers you up. At least I hope that helped.

I truly wish you get better soon, and that you'll be able to find something to hold on to. I want to see you smile again - a real smile, not a photograph smile!!

MerciBlahBlah said...

Like the comments before mine, thanks for sharing this. It IS easy to see someone in the blogosphere and attach a personality and life and reality to them without knowing them, so it does come as a bit of a shock to find out - gasp - they're human after all. I'm sorry to hear you've been struggling, and hope that the clouds lift for you soon. In any case, you look downright serene in that last photo especially, so maybe half the battle is to fake it til you make it. Blargh - this comment seems full of cliches, how gross. What is NOT gross? Your PERFECT mix of neutral and color. Love love love it, espesh with your makeup, and I'm just gonna say it, you may have the internet's Best Ponytail Ever. Sigh. I WISH I could do that with my hair. Cheers to you!
Shannan

Laura @ Chaotic Domestic said...

You look great! Hope you bounce back and feel great again soon.

Eryn Paul said...

I just want you to know that you are certainly not alone with these feelings - I too battle depression and dressing in my favorite outfits really help me cope. When you look good, you feel good. Thank you for the honest post. You are GORGEOUS! xo

ckstayingwarm said...

I am the same way - sometimes when you feel crappy, LOOKING great (or making an effort) can make all the difference.

Hope things get better soon.
CK
http://loveyourclothesloveyourself.com

PS the cupcake ALWAYS helps :)

Natasha Campbell said...
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Natasha Campbell said...

I thought I was superficial for feeling better when I looked better. Good to know I'm not alone. You look beautiful! Have a cupcake and enjoy your day. Better days will come :)

Rachael {all things beautiful} said...

Katie,
I'm so sorry you've been down lately. As you know from our email exchange, I have been feeling the same way and it was nice to share that with you. It really is hard to pick yourself up and want to do your hair and put on nice clothes, but like you said, it really does help when you're in a sad state of mind. It helps to keep me sane and feeling somewhat normal. Hang in there and keep your head up. You are gorgeous, kind, and beautiful on the inside and out. Take care!

xoxo,
Rachael

Tiffany Auerbach said...

thank you for sharing another great post! you are not alone feeling like this - i have been feeling a little gloomy lately as well, but things will get better! and starting with your outfit of choice - how could it not make you smile?? :)
tiffany
www.hydrangeasandhandbags.com

bethfisher30 said...

Hang in there. I've been feeling the same way, lately. Your outfit is adorable, by the way. I love that sweater!

Abhi M said...

you look so very pretty.....i hope doing this post helped u...we all go through these phases :)
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huongie said...

I second what Angela Joy Holmes said. Thank you for sharing how you feel. It takes real courage to post your raw emotions on a public forum for all to see. I know what you're going through and have experienced that myself a few years ago. Sometimes a dash of color like you said helps, but also talking about it like you have does too. You look beautiful as always and are such an inspiration. Ever since we've talked on email, I've been telling people how you came up with your blog name. Makes them think twice about what life should be about. I'll be thinking about you and praying for you.

Xx,
Huong

P.S. The cupcake ALWAYS helps. :)

Sara Turner said...

This post is dead on for how I've been feeling lately. Well put :) I swiped your idea for my blog because you put into words exactly what I've been feeling. Thanks!

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AnnMarie said...

Really cute outfit! I love it!

I want to say though that when you mentioned that you feel better on the INSIDE when you look good on the OUTSIDE, I see what might part of your issue with feeling depressed. Over the years, I've found that it's not the superficial that brings happiness. Confidence and a healthy self-image come from the inside, not outside. Our world is so focused on appearance, that it seems that superficial things have become the source of "beauty" and and self-worth. And that's the dangerous trap I see so many of our young girls falling into today. We don't tell them, "Okay hunny, go put your make-up on before you go to school and then your friends will like you and you'll feel better", right? No, we say, "You are so special and beautiful no matter what anyone else says!" It's building them up from the inside out. Why is that so difficult for us to believe about ourselves as adult women?

I know yours is a blog primarily about fashion, style and beauty (ALL of which you have in abundance!), so I don't want this to come across as me hating on you or beauty/fashion in general. I think you're great! But just want to throw this out there as food for thought I suppose :)

Allison Jordan said...

You are so right! Feeling confident in the way you look can totally up your mood. Thanks for sharing. And I love this super cute, preppy look on you. You look fabulous.

xo

-Allison

www.thesistersinthecity.com

Amy said...

I often have days/feeling liks this and I agree. Being put together hepls and just think, tomorrow is a new day. I was clinically depressed for awhile and it was a challenge- i still get feelings like it or have bad days every now and again, but the best thing to do is pick yourself up and surround yourself with things you love and make you happy. this outfit is def. one of them!

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Jenna said...

I love pink, too! And yes, I have these days, moments, feelings more often than I'd like. But the pink definitely helps! Hang in there girl...at least it's nice and sunny where you are ;) In Seattle, it's a balming 45 degrees and raining, and the sun does not show her face until almost 8am. It makes getting out of bed almost impossible. Hence why I have to pick out my outfits the night before or else I would never make it out the door in semi presentable condition ;)

www.obsessionsofashopaholic-jenna.blogspot.com

xoxo, Jenna

Always Maylee said...

I love all the pink in this outfit, especially the polka dots. You look beautiful!

xo, Yi-chia
Always Maylee

The Faux Foodie said...

YOu look so lovely in pink! What an honest post...thank you for being so honest in such a public forum! Hope you are feeling better....

Caroline said...

i hope you feel better soon, katie! i hope it's just a phase and you get out of it asap. wear lots of pink!

Leah said...

I know there are many of us (including myself) who have the same feelings, so thank you for being so genuine. I hope your pink pants and happy pink spots have brought your smile back to life.
I recently posted about my similar struggles and in a way, it's nice to know that there are others out there for support. Hold your pretty head high, happiness is heading your way!

Tiffany said...

I loved J's comment about music, and I totally agree. You're fakin' it just beautifully, love the outfit. Hang in there, it can only get better.

Nydia said...

What a great post!

And pink is a great and happy color to feel better with =D

xo

Nydia

Becoming Refined said...

I've also been feeling a little down, I'm surprised that I'm still styling myself and like you said as it makes you feel put together, it's the same for me. I'm glad I've also been delving deeper into my passion for music and have been creating more in that area. I really enjoy that I have these creative outlets to vent sometimes.

Sofia Donatelli said...

I am sure you are as beautiful inside as you are outside. Thank you for being so open.

God bless

Sofia

stylishlyinlove.blogspot.com

Gina said...

I'm so sorry you are feeling this way:( I understand and I do struggle with this same kind of stuff at times. I just want to remind you are absolutely gorgeous and talented and you inspire so many of us in a big way. I know that doesn't help the feelings pass more quickly, but just know we are behind you. I love the way you styled this sweater. I have the gray/white one just like it.

Taylor Morgan said...

love love love this look on you!! check your FB messages :) I sent you one. hope all is well beautiful!

-Taylor :)

Maria said...

I'm really sorry to hear you're feeling down. As bad as it may sound, it's so refreshing to read about bloggers who look like they have the perfect lives - clothes, hair, smiles - going through the blues too, just like the rest of us.

I hope in some way our comments make you feel a little bit better. This too shall pass.

Maria xx
www.cheekypinktulip.blogspot.com

Aisha said...

You are beautiful inside and out! Great to hear about things that are less artificial in the blogging world. Thanks for sharing xxx

Aisha
www.themiddleofhere.com

Ruby Girl said...

you look SO adorable, katie! sorry you've been feelin down lately. it happens, doesn't it? I like your concept of "wearapy" :) one way to brighten the day, for sure. thanks for sharing! xoxo linds {{www.rubygirlblog.com}}

Jessica said...

what a touching post! we all have those days/times...you are not alone. you always have a great attitude about life and it shows in your pictures. keep your head up! things will get better...this is just temporary.

Sarah said...

LOVE the sweater!! So cute, you look great!
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Nyla said...

Oh I know what you're talking about! I just been through the same! What helped me, was to surround myself with lemonisch aroma and be a little more aware of what I ate (not so much heavy, sugary stuff) and move for at least 30min a day.

Unknown said...

This post really resonates with me since I've been feeling the same way for about a month now. I hope that you feel better soon and thanks for sharing.

Keira Lennox said...

I love your honesty here, Katie. And I can totally relate to everything you said. Keep your chin up, and know that sometimes it's totally okay to feel less-than-stellar. When I have bad days that creep into bad weeks, I always appreciate the good days even more when they come around.

ashley cooper said...

I love this outfit. It's so preppy and happy!!! I don't care what season it is, pink is becoming my new favorite go to color!!
-Ashley Cooper @ design-parlor.blogspot.com
(Angela's sister)

Christina Storm said...

Absolutely love this look! So feminine and chic! So pretty!

The Style Storm

xo, Christina

aliza said...
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aliza said...

LOVE this outfit.. I have the same sweater from GAP but in Navy with lighter blue polka dots... wondering what color pants to put it with...

Sheila@TheFailteHouse said...

I love love this pink polka dot combo and pink pants - so cute! Happy I found your site, love the outfit below too! I was tempted to buy that sweater, but sadly resisted! :)

A Thousand Happy Thoughts said...

love your outfit! bright and happy!

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carolina said...

you look so sweet :) love your shirt is amazing! your all look is amazing! so cute photos :) love them! let's follow each otther blog?

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l.c.s. said...

I know how you feel but if you pull yourself together, at least on the outside, that is a start! Great outfit! Hope you are doing better these days!

Lauren
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Sarah Tucker said...

hello, most beautiful girl ever! I can completely relate. I've definitely had those days, lots of them strung together at a time. know it's totally normal. for everyone! and I'm all about bright tops and polka dots to bring back a smile. sending you kisses from florida

Jessica said...

Has the weather changed in Arizona by any chance? Because here in Los Angeles it has. And I have been feeling very gloomy as well. Like I don't want to get out of bed kinda feeling. I think it definitely on my part has to do with the weather. But if yours isn't I hope you do feel better and find something that helps.
Wish you the best :)

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