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82. Did anyone ever say anything to you that made you see yourself differently, on a physical and especially sartorial level?
Quite a few of my friends told me that I have a great sense of style, they appreciate how I put things together, and that I inspired them to step their clothing game up. It gave me confidence and more appreciation for my style.
"You always find the best items" mostly because most of my items are thrifted
take a shower , and i did.
Do not remember anything.
Not that I recall.
Someone once mentioned that I always looked put together -- and I was surprised. It wasn't how I saw myself, although I like nice clothing so I can skimp on makeup.
a few times in my life, people have guessed my weight as much lower than it is. a couple people have called me small or skinny. i don't see it, so it trips me up.
I think the compliments that my clothes/appearance elicit usually affirm the way I like to see and think about myself, which is nice. It helps me be kinder to myself.
People have complimented my style which makes me feel like I am doing something right although I feel lost sometimes.
My mother told me I had my grandmother's hips. It still hurts years later
Yes on a physical way
My college roommate Lizzy told me "you're a very flamboyant woman" when I was 21. She's right. My frame, my style, and my bold silhouettes are
When I was a kid and a teenager I was always mistaken for being much older than I was (I think because I hit puberty young and had a fairly serious personality) so I just went forward thinking that I looked old for my age. In my mid twenties people started mistaking me for a teenager, and told me it was because I was baby-faced, and I'd never thought of myself that way before. It made me feel more comfortable wearing clothes like trainers or hoodies, which I'd previously thought I couldn't pull off because I thought I looked like I was an older person trying to look young, rather than just a younger person dressing appropriately.
my housemate said the other day 'you're like a wandering art gallery'. that was the biggest compliment I got in a while. it's all women artists, guerilla girls approved.