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21. With whom do you talk about clothes?
My sisters and family.
anyone who will listen to me talk about sewing
Pretty much everyone at some point or another!
A couple of other old ladies on the internet. And the people I sew for.
My friends at the stable. We're all trying to stay warm and dry in all weathers so we keep discussing what to wear in different conditions.
Friends mostly, unless I'm ranting to my boyfriend about something doesn't fit.
I don't talk that much about clothes - sometimes with friends
I play stylist to my friends and am often asked to take them shopping or help build new looks.
nobody really, except maybe online
Stephanie, Elisa, my mom.
I talk a lot about clothes with my boyfriend, especially what I wear to work and what others wear to work - whether the clothes are appropriate or whether the clothes are stepping over the "not corporate" line too much. I also talk about clothes with my sister a lot - we usually always tell each other about the new clothes that we have bought, or often I'll seek out her opinion on an item of clothing that I am looking at.
My girl friends
Everyone but not everyone like to hear hours of speech about my latest prey(a beautiful pair of white trainers by the way).
My best friend sometimes, opinions, etc.
My chick friends
My girl friends. They all have very different personal senses of style -- and I love that, because I come to them about different things.
I'm also grateful that my boyfriend has a good sense of style. Sometimes, he doesn't "get" something that I'm going for, and that's fine. I can usually count on him to tell me if something makes sense overall, or is "weird" -- there's no full length mirror at his house, so I usually just ask him.
My mother and my twin sister
My boyfriend, my mother, my sister.
Andm sometime with my man too, to see his point of view.
friends, mom, somethimes collegues (briefly), brother (about shoes).
My mom, my boyfriend, some of my girlfriends- but not a lot always, because they're all smaller than me and can't really identify with real life struggles of being tall and curvaceous.