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68. Is there an item of clothing that you once owned, but no longer own, and still think about or wish you had back? What was it, what happened to it, and why do you want it back?

A black floral dress that was too long for me but looked beautiful.

A tiered wrap skirt with tiny brown abstracted flower pattern on it. I wore it so much that I used to sit in it and repair it while still wearing it. It used to be halfway down my calf, and then I grew and it was knee length. It had worn out long before I got rid of it. I absolutely loved it.

a pair of my own personal sisterhood of the traveling pants. they wore out eventually and i never found another pair that fit so well, despite many weight changes.

A lightweight creamed colored sweater with a hood and black bat silhouettes printed on it. I probably wouldn't wear it now but I want it back for nostalgia purposes. I liked it a lot but I ended up donating it. There was also a vintage bracelet that was a thick gold band with a deer head sticking out of it that I owned at one point and gave away. I miss it.

The panda trousers I wore as a baby

Some of my clothes that my mom give away people because it was my favorite

No regrets. I've no closet hoarder. I have perhaps 2 bins of clothing I don't wear any longer, and that's too heavy of a load for my tastes.

A few from when I was a kid. I had these platform heeled sneakers that I loved. A blue and white corduroy backpack. Some colour blocked snow boots. A chambray shirt with mother of pearl buttons. Gold hoop earrings that I personalised by putting purple beads on them.

I can't think of one right now but I do have a few as I keep selling things I don't wear and then I change again and remember it.

Issey Miyaki white cotten skirt and top!
what was I thinking?
gave away. loved it wear everywhere thing

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Nothing i do remember atleast,

I remember a short sunflower dress that I wore every summer day. I loved it. To this day I don’t know what happened to it.

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