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64. Can you describe in a basic way what you own, clothing and jewelry-wise?

selfmade things, things that are from small businesses and things I bought second hand. cotton, silk, fluffy things, cosy things, little print but lots of different colours that all fit in the same earthy but colourful palette. my jewellery is all hawkhouse (raw gemstones) and joanne burke (yellow bronze figures) and they're both handmade by those two women.

Lots of coats and jackets - they are my addiction.
Same goes for ankle boots and long boots, although I have culled them a bit.
Basic vests and tees in white, black and grey.
Lots of pairs of jeans which are basically identical and I should probably get rid of some.
Blouses in solid and print patters.
Lots of jumpers.
Some dresses in a mixture of short and midi lengths. Some in patterns, some plain.
Some cardigans - I struggle to find cardigans which look good on my shape. Which is a shame, because I think they're great for layering.
Not much in the way of jewellery - I like really simple and delicate styles.

unusual longer skirts
many long sleeve shirts and tees
sweaters and sweatshirts.
straight pants
jewelry lots of pearls
ethnic pieces
my gold horse pendant on gold chain with 2 sets gold small hoops every day
signet ring, fathers gold and diamond ring,
another gold ring
tons of masai beaded bracelets sometimes
tons of scarves


Lots of dresses, skirts, tops, heels and even lots of training-gear

Earthy and vintage with pops of bright color and undertones of neutrals. My jewelry is either barely there or quite eye-catching.

I have more than 12 jewelry that most of them are earing.

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Western jewelry and attire.

Jeans. Shirts. Too many tshirts. Dresses for summer. Almost all self-made, or made for me.

No more jewelry beyond pins. My wedding ring gives me a chemical burn; you can see where I used to wear my watch. This is sadder than the perfume issue.

minimal jewellery, minimalist clothing

Natural fibre basic clothes in subtle colours. Clothes (and shoes) for every weather between rain, shine and far below zero. No jewelry.

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