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49. What is an archetypal outfit for you; one that you could have happily worn at any point in your life? What do you like about it?

I have a thrift store dress with a black top and black checkered skirt. It comes with a tie for the waist. I got it last year but I love wearing it in the summer. I would say it's very me in that it's perfectly comfortable, flatters me, and is ready to be accessorized. I don't think I could have worn it during every point in my life, but during these past maybe 4 years its a perfect fit. I also LOVE the summer, and I can only wear it then. See above: if it doesn't work with tights it just doesn't!!!

A black dress and a pair of Converse Chuck Taylors or Adidas Stan Smiths. I love the fact that this outfit is so comfortable and effortlessly cool looking, but that in many ways it also looks quite elegant - with a little bit of edge.

I always liked wearing a nice top and a cute jean skirt

I'll always chaaaaange.

Leggings with a tshirt. It's comfortable and cute

No. Things I wore 10 years ago would not fit my life now, and vice versa. There are distinct phases. Some pieces have spanned many phases, but not everything translates.

really just anything that involves a skirt or dress

Black tight trousers, white dress shirt, big earrings, flats.

A black dress, statement jewelry, and ballet flats. It’s timeless, ageless, and flattering look.

Jeans or pants/ shorts, t-shirt/shirt, sweater, sneakers

Probably a floral dress is the only item I would have worn consistently since early teens until now, usually with black tight and chunky shoes. It wouldn’t be my favourite item, but its a staple and I find items with lots of colours are the easiest to wear.

See my uniform.

Probably a long, flowing linen dress in navy blue with some white sneakers (probably Nike Air force one) or Converse.
I feel it encapsulates the way I dress. Attention to detail and fabric but ultimately casual.

Dress black tights good shoes

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