Your favourite style?
May 8, 2010 1:23pm CST
Do you prefer being in sport clothes or something more official.I love being different all the time so that everybody is amazed when they see me.I have cloths for different occasions so depending on the place I go I wear something suitable.What about you?
8 May 10
I think I like to dress up in something that doesn't take too much effort to dress up in. I would rat comfort as my top priority. I usually dress up in jeans and tees. If I'm, going out or want a change, I usually wear skirts. I wear dresses very rarely as most of the ones I have are quite dressy and I don't go out that much. I totally think you need to have different outfits for different occasions or atleast bother to change your clothes up so you look different each day. It makes you feel better about yourself. Also, if someone has invited you it's important to respect that and dress appropriately.
17 May 10
I like being different too. There are so many different kinds of style these days and most of all, fashion has something to do with revealing clothes. I dont like wearing clothes like that so I always go for the modest ones but are also very nice. I love wearing blouses rather than shirts. I love blouses I can wear casually and formally.
8 May 10
you are nice and fashionable. as for me, i prefer the most casual style. and the common onces as long as i am comfortable with it, i go for it. and somehow, i usually want and also did get along with the current trend. i also get hyped for once in a while..
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8 May 10
I have nice suits for church, especially if I am ministering. But for my every day stuff I wear some sort of sports pants over shorts. Every once in a while I wear jeans and t-shirt!
10 May 10
I dress for the occasion, but I lean more towards casual. For example on a regular school day, I wear jeans and a shirt plus flats. On casual parties I go with an off-shoulder blouse, then some cute jeans and heels. Or at formal dinners I go with dresses. I play with my accessories more depending on the occasion. :)