I'm in love with Katie White (The Ting Tings) and Regina Spektor's style right now. I look up their pictures for ideas of pieces I can buy to obtain their style into my own wardrobe. Yet, when buying those pieces, I have the hardest time pairing them. So, they end up being folded away into a box. (My mother says to never throw anything away because tomorrow, it may be the trend again.) So today, I'm wearing my skater shoes, blue jeans, and a sweat shirt from high school. I don't feel bad wearing it. I keep thinking that if I had more pieces to incorporate with one another in my wardrobe, then dressing up and creating outfits wouldn't be such a chore. I think, "The more I'll have, the easier it will be to put something together." Usually I just give up on putting an outfit together because "I don't have a black tank top to go underneath," or "I don't have socks that go just under my knees." When I'm in the What Are You Wearing Today? thread, everyone looks AMAZING. How do you do it? Sure, some time and energy will go into matching and accessorizing, etc. But my questions are... Is it effortless because you have enough to choose from in your wardrobe? Because you have a good fashion sense, you already know/can already tell what goes with what?