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42. What is your cultural background and how has that influenced how you dress?
I am English/Irish/Scottish/Welsh And this becomes quite apparent when the weather starts to get chilly, because my wardrobe will be drawn entirely from my stockpile of thigh-length Irish fisherman knit sweaters.
My mum was from France and moved to England, where i live. My dad was from Lincoln.
I am Indigenous x Lithuanian. I don't wear any traditional Indigenous or Lithuanian clothing but I am proud of my heritage.
French, I dress very French
It influenced women to always follow and keep the culture style
I was raised by fundamentalist Christians with very strict rules about modest, feminine fashion. I don't think I wore pants in public before age 12.
I used style to rebel at 16. I had a wardrobe in the trunk of my first car, a Dodge Intrepid. I'd put on the shortest skirts and knee-high leather boots as soon as I was out of my parent's eyesight.
To this day, I loathe any clothing that feels like something my Mother would approve of. I'll never wear a midiskirt, a peter pan color, or pastel florals.
I'm a Londoner, and the weather is very unpredictable, so I'm a fan of layers, and if I don't have a collapsable umbrella in my handbag then I'll be sure to wear something with a hood.
white, east coast, democrat, nature lover, College, BFA oil painting. german from early 1800’s,
called Pennsylvania Dutch. Raised protestant, dont do church
Raised in a closed envirement With religious parents and Family, it influenced how i was as person up to the point i met my hubby.
Being raised in Catholicism made me want to push back from all types of modesty and the perpetuation of normcore culture.
I’m American—that’s the closest to a cultural background I’ve got. I dress overly casual in the wrong instances, I suppose.
I was a white girl in a rich white neighborhood. Clearly it had no influence. Interpret as you will.
My cultural background is living in the middle east. I used to dress uniform.
As I have lived all across the USA, I have been exposed to many of our 'subcultures'. Specifically East Coast formality, Southern rednecks, Chi-town eclecticism, living my most formative years in the Woodstock era.