I have a pair of black Steve Madden boots I bought in Brooklyn at a huge bargain for $25 about 7 years ago, and even though the zippers are all broken, I keep wearing them. I have bought $90 replacements, so it isn't like that... They just work! The others are OK, but just aren't the same.
I also have an old, old brown suede leather jacket that looks better and more seasoned every year, lol.
I have a ratty old sweatshirt that I just love. It's about 10 years old. It's so comfortable that I can't bear to replace it. I only wear it at home though
I have a white shirt that I nicked from my Dad when I was 14, that's 17 years ago. Once it got too worn and see-through, I dyed it dark purple. I only now wear it at home, really, it's too tatty for anything else, but sooooo nice.
I can't throw away my old CAT short jacket. It is dirty, ripped, but oh so warm and light! I bought a new replacement CAT one which is even better, but the old one still feels like I was manufactured to fit it!
It's an evening dress. (I'm not the evening-dress kinda girl.) It's black, and gorgeous, and I used to fit into it. I wore it in a show (the only time I've ever sung on stage) and sang a Sapphire song (Pissing on a Skunk).
a comfy tattered faded with-buttons-missing very old denim jacket! but much loved nonetheless
a pair of Reboks I bought bacck in 86. the wife won't let me throw them out. I had sketched them with a chipmunk in them eating suflower seeds one day. Too sentimental for her.
I have a sleeveless long dress that I use to wear to work over 10 years ago. I still have it and just can't seem to depart with it even with the ripped collar. I call it my house dress because obviously I only wear it in the house.It is really pathetic looking but I love it and it's comfortable.
hahahah. I have this old airline blanket that I had when I was in highschool. I still use it and love it. It looks very old and a little bit ugly but I still bring it along even when I travel.
I have a comfortable pair of joggers which are nearly up to me knees but regardless of what my friends and family say, I will never throw them out!!
Then! There's this old anorak-ish style, casual, light fleece jacket--grey--that has such a good cut that I keep on wearing it, even though it is getting very warn. It just looks great thrown over jeans like a big cardigan and is so comfortable!
My BF calls it "Linus," after the cartoon character's blanket, lol. Wonder why that is?
I think everybody does. I smiled just reading the question. I don't care if it's in style or not it's my black jacket. I wear it with everything from jeans to dress up.
Hmmm, I'd have to say it's my "tattoo shirt." It's an old purple sleep shirt that's missing a few buttons and is now so worn and thin it's not even good for sleeping in anymore. It's the shirt I put on when I get home from getting a new tattoo and need to wear something super soft that I don't mind getting a tad inky or ointment-y.
Yes, I have enough tattoos to have a tattoo shirt...
My ex girlfriends panties...I know she is coming back, i just know it!
mmmm... my pair of Victora's Secret Shorts and my matching fleece shirt. Warm, comfy and relaxing.
Well I have an old Sweatshirt that was my late fiance's. It has sentimental value to me and as old as it is I will never part with it.
A cotton-kimono style robe that I stole from our honeymoon suite, Turtle Bay Resort, North Shore, Oahu, circa 2002. It's been washed and worn so many times it feels like silk, not cotton. I can't live without it, and I'll never throw it out.
I have oh so many items, , but then, ahem, I admit to having filled more than one closet with clothes.
I also have a black velvet evening dress I bought with tip money when I worked as a waitress at the age of 18. It's vintage circa 1940; bought at an antique shop. Never found a time to wear it. I just like looking at it and the feel of the velvet.
Yeah, my entire wardrobe. If my girlfriend had her way, it would've been tossed out the window long ago.
I have a couple t-shirts that I've had for 15 and 13 years respectively. They would be completely see-through if they weren't such dark colors and they're much too ratty to wear anywhere except around the house or on the occasional hike, but they're so soft and comfortable I can't bear to get rid of them.
I have a black dress with a low cut back, and a tiny waist. In fact, the waist of the dress is smaller than my waist, which means I cannot wear it! But my late mother gave it to me, so I cannot part with it.
Jeans a pair of ghastly old 501's tatty as, If I go Country I wear them, everyone wonders why I haven't tossed them, and i must admit I wonder myself I guess that there are just some items, that you cannot bear to part with. Besides, which, no Charity shop would want them.
My satin nightgown which is 10 years Old and gifted by Husband.
I have these lavender collared shirt. I am wearing it for almost 6 years. And the ring around the collar is still there. I use the shirt once a week.
I have a long surgical scrub robe that I've had for 30 years. It's quite thin now. I use it like a bathrobe.
I have a pair of shorts with more holes in them then material. I have had them for as long as I can remember
My blue jacket, which was given to me in 1995. It's not that thick but it's comfortable and if it gets wet, it dries quickly.
I have an old leather bomber jacket that I just love and wear regardless of if it's stylish or not. Luckily they are back in style this year lol
I have many t-shirts that I can't throw out due to sentimental value....Someday I'm going to make a t-shirt quilt out of all of them!
I have a tshirt from college my girlfriend gave me that I wear about once a week - It's starting to get really tattered and I'm broken up over it.
by hellokatelyn 10 years ago
What do you do when a store far from home forgets to take the security tag off your purchase?I bought an expensive jacket in a foreign country, flew home, and just now noticed they forgot to take the security tag off of my beautiful jacket. I don't want to ruin it by trying to take it off myself...
by cindybarrymore 10 years ago
What is admittedly the most ridiculous article of clothing in your wardrobe?How old is it? And why can't/don't you get rid of it?
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by nikki1 10 years ago
What makes it the you handbag?
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I think latex stockings look really hot but she says they are too space-agey. How do I change her mind?
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