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38. What are you trying to achieve when you dress?

I'm trying to feel confident and beautiful and look thin.

Perfect presentation, I don't want to look bad in front of others, though its not possible to please everybody but to look quite cool and stylish, different and unique is attainable.

Coolness, a kind of aloof and not overly girlish girly-ness. Pinup gone 70s office manager / groupie.

Feeling good and ready for the day to begine.


I'm trying to stand out a little but not too much.

To feel comfortable but look cool at the same time

beauty and political commitment

Comfort, attractiveness, different-ness.

Making myself happy and comfortable.

For a start, trying not to offend. I look at myself and how I am going to appear in the landscape, and whether I will add to it or detract from it. But if truth be told I also have a bit of an ego and I try to also add a bit of flair too. I know that I'm getting older and I am overweight so I won't win any beauty contests - but I would like to not detract from the landscape and for people to at least say "she's not bad for a woman of her age and size"

fitting in. (social goals). Secret ends; coding my earrings (like Madeleine Albright).

Depends - If I am on appointments or just at the office or staying at home or out for a social event

I like to always look good but I need not necessarily "stand out" (anymore)

To be stylish, to be elegant, to feel right with my clothes!

Warmth for one! And comfort or ease. I don't want to be held back or distracted by my clothes. And I want to look like who I am.

Comfort. satisfaction Feeling like what I'm wearing 'works' in my head.

Looking like a true reflection of how I feel myself to be.

Comfort and respect.

Feel good, comfortable. I don't care what others think.

To feel good with myself, and to not give a damn about what other think because I'm happy with what I'm wearing.

Be comfortable and presentable. Have the most style I can with the little clothing I have to work with. That means accessorizing.



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