What's your favourite item of clothing?

@liquorice (3901)
May 19, 2008 1:11pm CST
Mine is a pair of bright green, loose, linen cropped trousers that I bought about a week ago. They make me feel all summery and the colour makes me really happy! I don't usually wear many bright colours but they kind of cheer me up and they're really comfortable too. What item of clothing do you like best of all and why?
2 people like this
3 responses
@jillbeth (2711)
• United States
19 May 08
I have a pair of gray sweats that are my weekday uniform since I work from home. I just slob around all day unless I have to go somewhere. For the summer, my favorite are my Gitano jean shorts, they just fit so well. But they are starting to get a little worn. This may be their last summer! I like to wear sundresses in the summer, too.
1 person likes this
@liquorice (3901)
20 May 08
Thanks for your answer. Yes, it's so nice to find an item of clothing that's so comfortable that you just want to wear it all the time. And nice to get the opportunity if you're working from home. Funny you should mention sundresses as I've also got a lovely yellow sundress with red edging that I'm waiting to wear when it gets hot enough. It's possible that this might also become a favourite item of clothing.
• United States
20 May 08
I can't live without my skate shoes. Even though I don't skateboard anymore I still buy them. They are the most comfortable shoes I have ever bought. And the designs are pretty awesome too. I usually stick with the same brands of shoes, but I buy different looks.
@liquorice (3901)
20 May 08
Thank for your response. They do sound like they'd be comfortable, and they the design sounds cool as well. I love comfortable shoes, I don't see the point of heels or other shoes that hurt you. Be comfortable I say.
@aplaza (631)
• Netherlands
22 May 08
I got a pair of black linnen trousers a couple of years ago. They don't crease too much and the fit is really good. I love to wear them if it's really warm and I have to go someplace and look like I've "dressed" for the occassion.