Do you repeat the same wardrobe mistakes year after year?
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silk skin paws
Join Date: Oct 2005
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Dressing the same you did in high school can be a way to hold onto the best time in your life when the here and now is not a happy place,” she added. “A disorganized wardrobe can indicate a life in chaos.
A disorganized wardrobe might not indicate a life in chaos. It could be disorganized because they lack a personal style or just want to wear it all. I don't dress the same as I did in high school. My choices 'matured' with me. I can see how one can correlate an adult way pass high school/teenage age trying to 're-live' the best time of their lives. My teenage years wasn't good and I'm sure not eager to go back.
And who has time to think outside the box — or the black cardigan? Not a lot of working moms, Baumgartner said — or the president of the United States.
Fashion and personal style isn't just thinking outside of the box. I'll admit that most would settle for safe over risk taking. Then safe becomes boringly predictable and seems more like a standard uniform more than anything. My fashion mistakes are becoming lesser and lesser. For one I'm less impulsive and two I usually plan or have a clearer idea of what I want or need. I also step away from the usual solids and added some prints.
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