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    Easily fixed. We invent a time-machine, return to 2007 and bring back ScantilyClad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    When skinny jeans are cool:

    Todays skinny jeans aren't the punk pants of yore. The clash don't look totally queer like they're about to get rammed up the ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Linguist View Post
    See, what I'm saying is that everyone has different taste. So if you try to make everyone happy, you make no one happy, including yourself.

    Some like sports clothes; others hate them.

    Some like tight pants; others hate them.

    Some like thongs; others can't stand them.

    Some like showing cleavage; others consider it unprofessional.

    As long as you follow any dress codes there may be at work and as long as you are comfy, who cares? Except maybe the people closest to you (SO for example)....otherwise, blah.


    Your not very fashionable are you-


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    Quote Originally Posted by avolkiteshvara View Post
    Your not very fashionable are you-

    I don't know, and I don't care. I'm not so bad at fashion that my boss or my husband says anything bad, and sometimes I get nice compliments, actually. So take that, batch!
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    Little you can't tell me you never saw someone walk by and go to yourself "Oh my god I'm glad my husband doesn't do that... " It's not that we care what other people are wearing. But at the same time, I notice petpeeves of mine when other people use them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kyuuei View Post
    Little you can't tell me you never saw someone walk by and go to yourself "Oh my god I'm glad my husband doesn't do that... " It's not that we care what other people are wearing. But at the same time, I notice petpeeves of mine when other people use them.
    Well I would be a total hypocrite if I said that - but I can't say that it occupies a lot of my thoughts. In fact, such convos usually go like this:

    Husband: OMG, look at what that woman's wearing!!!
    Me: Huh?
    Husband: There, see that??? That totally doesn't match!!!
    Me: Huh? Where?
    Husband: THERE; MY GOD HOW COULD YOU MISS IT?
    Me: WHERE?
    Husband: GOD ARE YOU BLIND??? (moves my head, as I am looking in the totally wrong direction) THERE! (points)
    Me: (still clueless) Oh....yeah.....um.....weird.
    Husband: You still haven't seen it, have you?
    Me: ummmmmm (debating whether or not I should fib) Yeaaaaaaa.....no, no.
    Husband: (fed up) Ughhhh never mind, it was just crazy - a <insert weird description here>
    Me: (wondering what's the big deal) Um, okay, yeah, that's weird. <improvises an appropriate reaction to pretend like I actually give a shit>

    (five minutes later)

    Husband: OMG Look at that guy - tell me, don't you think that's weird?!
    Me: Huh?

    .....

    My husband loves sitting, drinking coffee, and watching people. I hate that.
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    ^ Hehe, this reminds me LL, I once took an ENFP pal to an office cocktail party. She'd asked me before to vet her dress and tell her whether it was appropriate for the event. I told her it'd be fine as long as she stuck to the dress code.

    Afterwards, I wished I had vetted her outfit. *facepalm*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo View Post
    ^ Hehe, this reminds me LL, I once took an ENFP pal to an office cocktail party. She'd asked me before to vet her dress and tell her whether it was appropriate for the event. I told her it'd be fine as long as she stuck to the dress code.

    Afterwards, I wished I had vetted her outfit. *facepalm*
    My husband has really an insanely high Se for an NT, and I often ask for his opinion about my outfit (vetting, I guess), but shhhh! Don't tell anyone. Sometimes I think he's ISFP or something!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Easily fixed. We invent a time-machine, return to 2007 and bring back ScantilyClad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo View Post
    ^ Hehe, this reminds me LL, I once took an ENFP pal to an office cocktail party. She'd asked me before to vet her dress and tell her whether it was appropriate for the event. I told her it'd be fine as long as she stuck to the dress code.

    Afterwards, I wished I had vetted her outfit. *facepalm*
    Guilty. I stress out a bit over dress codes and such to ensure I stick to it strictly because otherwise I'm stabbing in the dark.. except I feel odd asking people to approve of my clothing I don't have that cool ISFP buddy that clears all my wardrobe before I leave to an event.
    Kantgirl: Just say "I'm feminine and I'll punch anyone who says otherwise!"
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    prplchknz: i don't like it

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