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Fashion seem to be recycled and influenced by the past. I wish I had kept some of mine.
when I was a teen ager my mother gave me all her clothes in the 60s, it fits me well, until now those mini skirts, some I have disposed of but I can still wear three of them, my waistline never changed as the mode and fashion keeps on returning......
Hec no. I was never comfortable in any of those things.
No...once you get past a certain age those things should remain in the past
Garage Sale Fashion Shows are like that But don't believe the promoter..
It would take alot of courage to wear the same shoes for 20 years.. Though I guess quite sole destroying
I wish i didnt throw some of my clothes away.Clothes do not make you as a person.It only changes your appearance and what mood are in on that day.
The fads are cycling more quickly now than a cat can lick his you know whats...
I have a rule of thumb, since I've hit my "30 spread", a little more hips, a little more thigh, a little more junk in the trunk, if I cannot fit it, it's gotta go. My waist hasn't really changed but even though I have a pretty good shape, I've filled out more in my woman hood than some of those trends would allow.
If only they made apple bottom jeans many many many years ago...
According to me the fashion that usually they let you look good and sensual so i think but along with that one fact that should be kept in mind is that one should choose clothes according their body structure.....
At my age, I wouldn't look good in those...well, maybe the tights. My older daughter has snagged some of my "vintage" pieces, however, and loves them.
If I kept all the things I had as a kid, I'd be rich with valuable collectibles!
My grandmother still has clothes from her childhood at 80! They're all hanging in a tiny antique wardrobe. That one room of the house is like stepping back in time, the rest is all quite modern.
There are some definite fashion pieces I wished I kept from the past. But the platforms I am relieved are GONE !
They're not coming back in style are they??
What I really wish I had of kept is my figure from back then, lol!!! Middle age and gravity have not been so kind to me...but a big part of that is my own fault for lack of exercise and unhealthy eating habits. This subject does remind me of a quote I heard from someone one time-"Men age gracefully, women just get old". In my case as least, that seems to be true.
by Neil Coulson12 months ago
Skirts and pantyhoseGents: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, would you wear them?Ladies: If skirts and pantyhose (tights) were a man’s fashion, what would you think of men wearing them?Gents:...
by thighhighchick6 years ago
I'm thinking that I like the cut skirt with the little white strings over the hemmed version. How do you girls feel about it? And what is the best top to wear with a Jean mini skirt
by LOT2DO3 years ago
How to wear a mini skirt?
by L a d y f a c e7 years ago
I have no fashion sense. I recently acquired two skirts, above knee length but not scandalous. One is a casual medium-dark brown frayed around the bottom, and the other is an olive green corduroy skirt. There's also...
by heels352 years ago
Do you think it will soon be acceptable to the public to see men dressed in pantyhose, skirts...and heels? I can not wait for this to happen because men's fashion is now so boring.
by Peeples3 years ago
At what age should a woman stop wearing short clothes?For those of you who aren't against short shorts or mini skirts or that type of clothing, at what age should a woman stop wearing them? Is is just dependent upon how...
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