phase

August 20, 2010 5:34pm CST
do you go through a phase of wearing the same type of clothing or same piece of clothing just because they are comfy. I have been wearing leggings since xmas and i only realised this week that i havent been wearing anything else apart from my work clothes.
6 responses
@nixiecole (360)
• Philippines
25 Aug 10
This happens a lot with me. I'm used to sticking to jeans and shirts. But I guess it's appropriate for school. Still there are times where I want to change styles. :)
• Canada
25 Aug 10
I have a few pairs of track pants that i love wearing but i uaslly only wear them around the house so i hate when i have a day off and i have to change into regular clothes to go out. I also like just wearing pj's all day i love lazy days.
• Philippines
21 Aug 10
I can relate to you.I find leggings very comfortable.I don't wear jeans anymore because it's very hot.I wear leggings to the office.I wear leggings during weekends.I choose my clothes based on their comfort.I am very much comfortable with leggings,same as with wedge shoes and messenger bags.for me comfort is very much important,and from there you can work to building a wardrobe.
@puccagirl (7316)
• Israel
21 Aug 10
Yes, I think it happens to everyone, so of course it has happened to me too!
@jonnifc (1021)
• Philippines
21 Aug 10
I don't think I've ever done that. I really like to wear something different every time. I don't mean that because I get bored with the clothes I wear that I have to keep changing them. What I mean is that I don't want my clothes to get that "used" look so I make it a point to give each piece of clothing its time out of the closet. I might find one piece of clothing very comfortable but I kind of pity that piece because it gets washed all the time. So I give it a break even if I still like to use it. =)
• United States
21 Aug 10
Well I am fortunate to have such a large variety of clothing but I have had a few occassions where I have noticed wearing an item at least 3 times in the month. So I believe it is just a comfort zone. Worst case scenario would be for others to notice and feel that you don't have other clothing, but what could be so bad about that though.