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Joined: May 23, 2010
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25 May 2010, 3:47 pm

I usually wear shorts and a t-shirt, and flip flops, as I hate wearing shoes with closed toes, they hurt my feet and make me so frusturated and mad. >:I I hate wearing pants because they just super uncomfortable and make my thighs look huge. And I hate long sleeves, when i bend over they get shorter and it bothers me.
I do not care what temperature it is outside, I will still wear shorts and a short sleeved t-shirt with flip flops. I often get told "arent you cold?" which bothers me, because obviously if I chose to wear that then I am not.

Shopping for shorts and t-shirts is super easy. I do not buy things that are "in" i could care less.

What about you?


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25 May 2010, 5:19 pm

For years, I wore a sort of uniform of bright colored crew-necked cotton T-shirts and plain blue jeans with tennis shoes. I switched to turtlenecked or mock turtlenecked sweaters in winter. It was comfortable and wash-and-wear. About two years ago, I lost an enormous amount of weight. About the same time, I decided to get serious about my career goals, and the T-shirts and high-waisted jeans had to go. I've had to completely banish them from my wardrobe, otherwise I go right back to them. I made figuring out clothing an interest -- I read webpages with fashion slideshows and advice, found things I could live with and then found a store that pretty consistently stocks things I both like and can afford. Since then, I've found other stores that carry similar things, but I pretty much stick to that one chain. (If JC Penney's ever changes their buying strategy, I'm in trouble. :lol: )

Among the things I've discovered is that, if they fit properly, dress slacks are actually incredibly comfortable. I still reach for jeans first out of habit, but I don't mind wearing other pants now. I've also discovered that I don't need a special occasion to wear a dress and that they are also very comfortable -- again, if they fit properly. I kept the turtlenecks for winter but lost the crewnecks. I've discovered that I don't like sleeves that are too short -- funny I never noticed that with the Ts -- or too long. I like three-quarter length sleeves. If sleeves are long, I'll either push them up to my elbows or roll them up. I don't like fancy things with fussy trims. I prefer smooth and pretty classic styles.


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25 May 2010, 7:51 pm

I'm a jeans-and-t-shirt kind of girl who thinks that "dressed up" is a pair of black pants, a polo shirt and shoes that aren't sneakers. :lol: I don't like most of the "in fashion" stuff, plus it's all designed with girls size 6 and smaller and built like a twig in mind, and that is definitely not my body type.

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25 May 2010, 10:51 pm

I wear a lot of American Eagle and Areopostal. I love wearing jeans and dress shirts and beanies. Heck, today, every single clothing item of mine was American Eagle. I didn't notice that until Theater class..
I'm just more of a person who likes to dress classy and say "Yes, I have a fashion sense and I'm not poor and I have money."



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26 May 2010, 9:00 am

Just the usual jeans and a top or T-shirt. I have to wear a uniform on a weekday though.

Am usually bored so PMs are welcome!

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Joined: May 17, 2010
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26 May 2010, 10:19 am

jeans and sweatshirts (or a light jacket)

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26 May 2010, 10:38 am

I told my wife don't you dare bury me in a suit...Tshirt, jeans, sneakers and if its winter you can throw on a flannel shirt so I look seasonal...that's how I like it when I'm alive and that's how I want it when I'm gone.


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26 May 2010, 11:06 am

Some sort of geeky t-shirt, jeans, long socks, Nike hoodie, Nike trainers.


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27 May 2010, 12:50 am

Whatever happens to be in my drawer when I need to change.

Right now I'm wearing black sweatpants, socks and a red t-shirt.


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27 May 2010, 2:38 am

If I'm not going anywhere, I tend to wear the same clothes/pajamas for days on end, whatever's comfortable. When I go out it's jeans and a t-shirt or sweater, usually the same one because I go out so infrequently that it's always clean by the time I need it. Footwear goes straight from boots to sandals according to season - I can't stand socks so they are banished from my presence as soon as it's warm enough to not freeze my toes off.

Currently all of my clothes are way too big because I lost a lot of weight recently. I despise clothes shopping though, the clothes I have now I've had for years. Glad to have the weight off but really not looking forward to buying a whole new set of clothes.

musicislife wrote:
I'm a jeans-and-t-shirt kind of girl who thinks that "dressed up" is a pair of black pants, a polo shirt and shoes that aren't sneakers. :lol:

:lol: That is me as well. Except I don't even go for the polo, just my nicest looking t-shirt or sweater.

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Joined: May 16, 2010
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28 May 2010, 9:27 am

I love to wear geeky cartoon T-shirts, and band T-shirts as well. Most of the time, I wear black sweatpants, and I always wear tennis shoes, or sneakers.
I prefer male cut T-shirts over female cuts, because they're bigger on me.

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30 May 2010, 2:48 pm

I'm not into following all the latest trends, I prefer simple, comfy clothing. Mostly sweatshirts, jeans, and sneakers in the winter, and tanktops, shorts, and flipflops in the summer.


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30 May 2010, 2:59 pm

Anything as long as I like how it looks and it feels comfortable. It just so turns out that things I like wearing deviate from what's the height of fashion, I don't care though.

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31 May 2010, 6:51 pm

T-shirt, jeans, trainers or combat boots. Maybe a button up shirt if it's something smart-casual.


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01 Jun 2010, 5:21 pm

Oh god... 80's electronic influenced, 80's style clothing

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