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    I like comfort. I can't stand clothes that hug my body. I dress in a lot of jumper or sundresses. I only like 100 percent cotton. I hate wearing high heels. I like blue, black and purples.

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    I do like wearing bright, colourful "peacock" clothes. But that's mainly because in the office I work in, all the execs wear drab, dull shirts most of the time. As a 4w5, it's my way of being different.
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    I'm a very casual dresser myself, partly because, like someone mentioned, I don't like to draw attention to myself, but also because I'm just lazy and concerned moslty with comfort.

    Most of the time I just wear track-pants or something similar that are very comfortable, and they're usually dark blue or black.

    I also wear T-shirts of all colours, but usually darkish, but lighter than my pants.

    In winter I wear hoodies.

    Abot 1/2 the time I go out I wear jeans instead of track pants, so I don't look too bogan, but I find them uncomfortable.

    I wear converse shoes or slip on sandals.

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    I've gone through brief periods of being interested in fashion, but it doesn't last. After a while, I go back to not paying attention to my clothes, aside from comfort.

    When I have been interested, I never seemed to pull together a specific 'look' or style that reflected my personality. It was just basically, 'yeah, that looks cool, I'll wear that'.

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    Winter - Hoodie, jeans, shoes
    Summer - T-shirt, shorts or gym shorts, flip flops.

    Lately I've been wearing these a lot(originally for running). They can draw a lot of attention, mostly in the form laughter and mocks, but I love em.


    I dress for comfort, but I make an effort not to look like a complete slob.

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    wow those are crazy cool

    yeah i basically wear tank tops n skirts or jeans or dresses...in the winter i'll wear the same thing really...just...with a jacket and maybe some boots.
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    I prefer bright colors and patterns, as well as vintage or sort of earthy/hippie, depending on my mood. Also I sometimes just like really random, random things that might not even be in style. Like, I would totally buy one of these and would wear it at every possible/appropriate moment, if they weren't out of stock:



    I also like this. Honestly, "business casual" is sucking the life out of me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tecla View Post
    Winter - Hoodie, jeans, shoes
    Summer - T-shirt, shorts or gym shorts, flip flops.

    Lately I've been wearing these a lot(originally for running). They can draw a lot of attention, mostly in the form laughter and mocks, but I love em.
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    I dress for comfort, but I make an effort not to look like a complete slob.
    I have heard good things about those. I used to walk around barefoot and occasionally go running in my old neighborhood all the time, but now there is too much broken glass and other "bonus" items that I have to wear shoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    Yikes.

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