It’s probably because I wasn’t girly enough as a kid or something. I dunno. Most of my clothes shopping expeditions deteriorate into an overly utilitarian mess- t-shirts and jeans ftw!
Sounds like how I pick clothing, “Is this comfortable? Yep? WEARING!”
It’s actually closely related to what your parents expected of you. A lot of people put *way* too much stock in appearances anyway.
I have a billion t-shirts and 10 or so jeans. I pick a t-shirt at random and wear whatever jean I see first 8D
Cargo pants. ’nuff said.
Comfortable, practical, and a half-dozen pockets. What’s not to like?
Well, you might not like belts, and they kind of require a belt for any serious hauling of stuff…
That woman.. she spend all day standing on buses looking well put together to put the template in your mind! When she goes home, she throws on a set of sweat pants and gives up on life till tommarow!
The simply dressed are cuter in my eyes.
I don’t have much fashion sense, either. Cargo pants, t-shirt, boots, in colours ranging from black to blue.
Good enough for me.
http://catb.org/jargon/html/dress.html Third paragraph, heh.
Sounds a bit like this, which describes everything I’ve ever worn, more or less.
Do you at least have enough funny t-shirts to clothe a funny army? That’s how I keep things shaken up.
Got a few nice geek shirts. Others are just plain, unbranded things (I’m not going to go around looking like mobile advertising, after all).
I’m male, but this is my system:
Go to wardrobe, put hand in wardrobe. Did you touch the clothing item you required? If yes, wear that, if not, move hand until you do.
lol. I guess the bus is like a runway.
You need to be more specific in your analysis: skinny jeans, tailored jacket, 4 inch black stilettos, matching leather bag that is big enough to be annoying but not big enough to hold laptop.
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I don’t get how a lot of artist don’t seem to care on how they dress… Isn’t an artist suppose to make thing look nice somehow? Why doesn’t that apply to themselves?
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