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6. What are some rules about dressing you follow, but you wouldn’t necessarily recommend to others?
Same answer as in number 5.
I love the design of office clothes such as a suit or a shirt but I have never had an office job so I have to undermine the power of the office wear with something casual such as sneakers or a t shirt.
I don't feel like I am as conscious about what I wear sometimes. I am a feeling based person so I usually base things on how I am feeling that day. This way of working sometimes yields not such aesthetic results or somedays I have no clue how I feel and this creates stress and indecision. Maybe not choosing clothes based on feeling? Maybe finding a better way to choose what to wear?
Subscribing to fashion rules. Don't. Every new trend breaks the previous trend.
I have a relatively small wardrobe. Perhaps too small. But I like having a few pieces that I can rely on and wear to shreds.
I never ever wear anything that hurts my feet. Tall heels will never receive attention from me. Platforms are a yes. Go go? Hell yes. If it hurts now then imagine it after 8 hours of standing and walking!
I hate trying on
I don't care about looking respectable.
I never ever wear black and navy blue in the same outfit, and I try to avoid yellow on my pale skin.
No one will notice if you wear the same pair of pants five days in a row.
Try everyday to make an ensemble; don't just throw things on.
to wear the same thing all the time
I think the most important rule is to follow the simplest color and shape on the clothes.
I try to use my clothes for as long as possible, and don't really wash them as often as recommended. Should probably start doing that...
As an old Hippie who went to Woodstock, I participated in a women's lib rally where we burned our bras. I haven't worn won since 1972. I don't need them. If you have large breasts, you may NEED to wear a bra, but PLEASE do NOT let the straps show beneath a tank to or sleeveless garment! I want to smack these women upside the head...it's disgusting.
I like western but every woman must choose what she likes and what looks nice.
I don't care what you think, I'm going to wear it anyway.
i like to wear cloths which look simple ....not that catchy ...and are comfortable and i don't have to think much about my conduct after i wear it...i.e i don't have to worry about how i sit or the people around me...
i value a good fit first and foremost.
then it's the fabric- suitability to the design, to you, to your wardrobe.
and lastly design- will it last, will it be comfortable, will it be useful in my day to day life, will it fill a hole.
All black shades go together. All prints go together.
Stay away from bling. I just hate anything bling.
I don't wear bright colours. But it would be very dull, if everybody followed this rule.
I dress for my body type which changes from day-to-day. I hide the parts of my body that I don't like that day - whether it's in loose items or overly warm for the season I try to draw the attention away from them.
Do not show your tummy.
I don't like to mix patterns, personally but I know people who can pull this off brilliantly.
as above, baggy is good
rarely feminin colors. No princes--stuff
I don't wear athletic clothing unless I'm working out.
I don't wear bras or makeup unless I have to.
I don't wear anything with text on it.
Being comfortable is the most important thing.
Swedish Hasbeens go with anything.