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15-05-2013
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Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Lisbon
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Pencil skirts/dresses... I have idented hips

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28-05-2013
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Join Date: Jan 2004
Location: downtown...
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puffy shoulders...
my narrow shoulders make them droop...
and then it looks like the sleeve is deflated and sad...



ruffled shoulders work much better though...:p
i actually found a sweater with really puffy sleeves that works on me!


yay!

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12-06-2013
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Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: Milan
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I'd love to wear shorts, but my legs are very skinny and I don't like the shape of my knees. It's too bad because during the summer months, they are extremely comfortable.

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22-06-2013
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Posts: 387
I love all things high-waisted, but I'd never wear them because I worry that they make my boobs look like they grow out of my stomach

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22-06-2013
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Join Date: Apr 2012
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Blazers, I only wear long coats as I'm self conscious about my upper-thigh area.

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02-07-2013
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Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: England
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Puffy shoulders

I bought a really nice trench coat from ebay but didn't realise it had fussy/puffy shoulders.... had to give it to a charity shop.

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01-07-2014
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Join Date: Nov 2005
Location: Europe
Gender: homme
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  • All black
  • All white
  • Pastels
  • Skinny jeans or tight shirts
  • Oversized things
  • Vertical stripes
  • Sleeveless things
  • Small sunglasses
  • Leather
Things have changed..
  • I wear pastels, only with lots of neutrals otherwise I look like I escaped from some kind of cotton candy dreamland.
  • One oversized item can work when everything else is balanced (and the item is well cut..).
  • Vertical stripes are for pants only.
  • Leather works, as long as it isn't black.

The rest is still the same. And some new things:
  • black
  • trenchcoats
  • neon
  • heavy/too much jewelry
  • gold

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08-07-2014
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Join Date: Aug 2012
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Maxi dresses and maxi skirts.
They just don't suit my body type.

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09-07-2014
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Location: York/Lincoln, UK
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Anything with a defined waistline as I have a long body with a low waist. Manufactured waistlines look more like an empire line on me. I love a lot of fifties style dresses, but sadly can't wear them.

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20-09-2014
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Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: Helsinki, Finland
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very high heels, like these Louboutins http://us.christianlouboutin.com/us_...so-kate-4.html


I just can't stand to wear uncomfortable shoes and very high heels always are! I wish i could though. I am very petite so..

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20-09-2014
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Join Date: Aug 2014
Location: London, UK
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I invested in a classic beige trench a couple of years back, thinking I'd be able to wear it for years to come. Unfortunately, my commute had other ideas. The grime and dirt of the London Underground has not been kind to it, and even a monthly dry-clean won't shift all the marks it's now picked up. I have sadly retired the coat in favour of something a little more hard-wearing. Living in a gritty city has it's drawbacks!

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Join Date: May 2006
Location: Mexico
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layers! It's so hot where I live, even in the middle of the "winter" that a mere jacket/blazer would be extremely uncofortable to wear at times.

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Join Date: Jul 2014
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Some types of flats and mocassins because my feet wont fit them hahaha (they're too thin for some shoes)

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