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08-11-2005
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I don't know about elementary, middle and high school. I hope you understand... when I was in mmmm 7th grade I used to wear this huge tees that I had from a lot of journeys.. that said "brazil" or "new york", really horrible.... and the worst part is that I wore this with very tight cropped jeans or tights.... =p

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HAHAHA SAME ^ High platformed sneakers....I felt so cool in them in elementary school
I had some too ... they were silver mesh, and they were cool, dammit

The worst stuff I ever wore was hand-me-downs as a kid. I know you don't want me to describe them

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some of the things that my mother put on me...
i remember once she put a pink ribbed t-nk on me with brown pants...
i was about 6-7 yrs old...
but i still think about how awful that was......

i also did a lot of crazy stuff back in the 80's that was trendy back then but is just ridiculous when you look back on it...


:p......

best to stay away from trends i think...
What's so bad about pink and chocolate together?

I remembered something My mother had ordered shoes for me in black or brown, but they came in red and I wanted to keep them & she let me. I only had one pair of dress shoes that I wore with everything, and what I hadn't figured on was that I had this orangey red dress. It was a pretty dress, layered fabric, kind of broderie anglaise cotton voile over heavier cotton with a big scalloped white pique collar, but it totally clashed with the different red of the shoes And there are pictures ...

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Back in high school, I'd wear jeans 2 sizes too big that were wide legged and sag them down half off my butt.

Top it off with a neon yellow t-shirt that had the cheerios logo on the front.

Or, adidas t-shirts that were XL. Keep in mind that I really actually fit an Adidas small.

Ah the good old days!

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WHITE socks with BLACK shoes and BLACK pants. i ran out of socks that day

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Ta-ta SHOW US THOSE PICS!

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Oh, the platform sneaker phase. My sensible mother wouldn't buy me a pair so I used to wear my friend's every time I went round to her house. They were white, and I liked to wear them with tight white capris. Ewwww.

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Oh White sailor pants with blue-flowered underwear. I was in 7th grade I think??

Scarred for life ... I still don't wear white pants.

PS Pix are at mom's house ...

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I sometimes cringe (but ALWAYS LAUGH) at the stuff I wore in my rave-days: oversized PoloSport striped shirts, HUUUUGE big baggy pants, visors, backpacks and shell-toe Adidas (which really are quite uncomfortable)...I remember spending $80 on those pants (when I was 17, that actually meant big buck$), just to walk all over the backs of them & rip them to shreds...

But luckily, I was just a kid, so I was actually able to get away with it.

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What's so bad about pink and chocolate together?
it looked HORRID on me...
especially the t nk...i was a skinny skinny kid...
it was NOT pretty...
just made me look super scrawny...

and it was for a special thing that was televised...
pink and brown DO NOT look good on camera...
so there is actual footage of my most embarrassing outfit which was shown for all of america to see...




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o soft !
atleast you've made up for tht now . . .

my worst 'thing' . .
there are many . . you tell me ?!
maybe it involved velour . . ruching . . prints
ALL IN ONE.


we all make mistakes

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I think my biggest mistake is over accesorizing.
I used to look so over done with flowers in my hair and necklaces and bracelets all with red lips stick and a loud dress or uber embelished shoes.
The strange part is, people used to tell me I looked cute...

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anything my mother dressed me in when i was a child! i dont even want to think about it let alone post what the actual outfits were

atleast i know i didnt actually choose them!

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Curtains

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Curtains
Scarlett, is it you???

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I had HUGE white platform sneakers when I went through my very short spice girls phase in 6th grade. It had a 31/2 inch platform. It was horrible. I also had these cork ones that were sandals and the straps were denem. I also had these bright orange ones with flowers all over em. I even had some red glittery ones. I had some ugly brown ones...ewwww. I never wore em so i gave em to a friend. Oh yea, i even had a pair of plain black ones. I had more but I'm already gonna have nightmares so I dont wanna list em.

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