How would you describe your fashion sense?

Sometimes I picture you all in my mind, so I'm dying to know how you dress. Are you formal and dapper, slovenly, casual or quirky?

Is it normal that I want an idea of your fashion sense? Are your clothes even normal?

Is It Normal?
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  • Lacking

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  • When I leave my house, I typically wear skinny jeans (that aren't so skinny since I lost weight) and a v-neck or other fitted bland shirt in some color I don't look bad in. Sometimes I wear a long flowing skirt and a noodle strap (I live in Florida, it gets hot). I always wear my octopus tentacle necklace shaped into a heart. I sometimes wear screws made into earrings and/or a rainbow hematite ring. I bring a knee length gray cardigan around with me for cold buildings. Shoes are basic black or gray ballet slip ons.
    I recently cut my hair into a short, asymmetrical side swept half-assed bob and my dark red-purple hair became a bit more dark copper looking. I just wear lip gloss and practice okay skin care habits when it comes to my face.
    I used to try a little harder with my fashion but I'm just too damn tired.

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    • You still sound absolutely beautiful, and it seems like you can't avoid a few unique touches that express your personality even when you think you're being lazy. It's good that you hang on to a little bit of what makes you special.

      And why so tired? Feel free to rant & rant & rant. My posts are always open for lovely people like you.

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  • I live in Florida so it's hot as hell most of the time. I wear a lot of button down shirts with roll up sleeves with shorts and loafers. Super preppy white guy style. Or board shorts, a t-shirt, and sandals. Rarely wear a suit, but wear dress shirts and slacks for work. I spend a lot of money on shoes and timepieces, not so much pants and shirts; its the accessories that really make the outfit imo.

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    • That actually sounds incredibly nice & tasteful, which is difficult in the more humid parts of the world. It sounds like you're able to stay cool while looking cool, which is quite the accomplishment.

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  • I have no fashion sense. I'm just a disembodied head with a face that is full of department store cosmetics when I'm not feeling lazy, which is rare, because I'm lazy more often than not.

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  • Casual. Usually greyscale or muted colors.

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    • Neutrals look super nice & modern. I'm jealous of your subdued fashion sense. I can't help myself with the colors!

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      • It's really just a matter of practicality. If I had colorful clothing and I grab an outfit at random because I'm too lazy to actually pick one out, I might end up walking out of the house sporting a neon green shirt and purple-pink striped pants. But when my entire wardrobe is nice and dull, I can wear any combination of clothes and not look like I escaped from a circus.

        Like pretty much everything else in my life, my fashion sense is just glorified laziness.

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        • Nothing wrong with a circus escape, but I like your practicality!

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          • And I like how you presumably don't wake up at the last second every morning. You know, I sleep fully clothed because dressing in the morning is cold and takes too much time. The only thing I take off is my socks.

            ...TMI? Maybe.

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            • Of course not, now I'm picturing an albino horse in full on jimmy-jams, grey & beige of course, waking up late and furiously galloping out of the stable without a care in the world

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  • Been on a floral print kick lately

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    • Sounds dapper and captain ron-esque.

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  • Semi-greaser style I guess...
    Classic jeans, semi-formal shirt with the top 3 buttons undone, golden cross necklace showing and businessy leather shoes.

    When sunny aviators are a must.
    When cold - black leather jacket.

    My friends say I got a mafia look XD

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    • I always pictured you in a Russian style matching track suit with a gold chain. I knew you didn't dress like that, but I couldn't contain my eastern European stereotypes :/

      Shame on me

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      • Hahahaha, no problem.

        The whole gopnik thing died out in Bulgaria in the mid 2000s.

        Nowadays only sporty types, kids and the occasional poor drunk keep the gopnik look going.

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        • It's cool to know the Bulgarian slang! Gopnik is like a thug, trakie no-good-nick? Like a chav in England?

          Hahaha I just pictured you like that because you deal cars! My fiance is a mechanic & very very very into cars. I'm sure I can get him to come on here & speak mechanic to you

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          • Gopnik is actually a borrowed word from Russian. We don't have an accurate word for a chav, so we use gopnik. The closest thing to a young slacker/ vandal/ lowlife would be "kelesh", (literally scald head) But gopnik is better...

            Also, I could never dress like that, since I'm not a sleazy used car dealer in some remote backyard, but a Peugeot dealership manager (still a bit sleazy). So at work I need to button up my shirt a bit more to look representable and wear a suit to meetings. Glossing over my work attire...

            Here's a bit of history... When democracy came in 1989, ex cops, thugs, ex military and all manner of scum formed the Bulgarian mafia and the first political parties. When they quickly got rich in an almost lawless country switching from communism to democracy with no control, they started buying expensive cars, apartments and all that, but because it took some time for western fashion to get here, a lot of them dressed in tracksuits. Also tracksuits were easy to wash and take care of. Try finding a dry cleaner in 1993 Bulgaria for your Italian custom-made suit...

            Imagine the ridiculousness of watching this knuckle-dragging thug get out of a 150000 DM Mercedes in a cheap, knockoff Adidas tracksuit. But that was their signature look.

            So kids, teens and wannabe thugs wanted to emulate that. Mafia thugs were the only rich people in Bulgaria in that period. And since young people didn't have the German Marks for a W140 S-class, they bought tracksuits. Basically what you see Russian "gopniks" do on youtube, it was the same thing in Bulgaria in the 90s. Drinking, eating sunflower seeds, squatting on monuments, insulting old people, sticking it to the man and all that nonsensical rebel goodness...
            But as more western merchandise entered Bulgaria, more jobs opened up and the quality of life started to rise, the mafia went to a more semi-formal, to formal look. And by 2005, nobody wanted to dress like 90s thug, so the gopnik look died out. Everyone wanted those cool Levis jeans, Converse sneakers, that Gucci bag, the cool Sony Bravia flatscreen tv and everything else the west had to offer.

            Nobody wanted to emulate what the mafia did anymore. People found their own style.
            Nowadays the only people you'll find walking around in tracksuits are sports nuts, the occasional drunk and maybe some children.

            The 90s to early 2000s were crazy times for Bulgaria.

            PS: I take it you are from England... First time I see someone from England interested in Eastern Europe... Most brits think we are scum. My girlfriend's father thinks so too, tried his best to prove he is better than me (cause he's British) but the old bastard drives a Rover and I have 4 Mercedes, an old BMW and his daughter, so I think win XD

            Contrary to the stereotype, Eastern European countries are among the oldest in Europe with a very long and rich history. Communism and Russia ruined us.

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            • Thank you so much for typing all that out. I find it super interesting!

              I'm actually American, but I live in Australia. We have an equally abysmal knowledge of world history, so there are a lot of strange stereotypes floating around about eastern Europe, which I find to be a shame because that part of the world is supposed to be absolutely beautiful & has such a diverse and interesting history. I'm really hoping to travel to the Balkans some day.

              My soon to be grandmother in law is an immigrant from Hungary, so I've spent quite a bit of time talking to her about her experience moving to Australia & learning a lot about her corner of the world.

              I find it a shame that people are not more interested in learning about or visiting eastern Europe, but I guess that means less annoying tourists if I visit Croatia!

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    • I always pictured a suit and tie guy.

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      • I only wear suits for formal stuff. Meetings, business trips, etc... I prefer the semi-formal look for everyday.

        Suits are a hassle to clean and keep in perfect condition.

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    • Stylish.

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  • About 30 years in the past. Pretty much just Grungy clothing currently.

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    • Ain't nothing wrong with that. The 90's is supposed to be back in style, and even if it wasn't, that was a solid look.

      Still have my plaid shirts & doc martens.

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  • Um...hmm I guess I'm mostly into the like lolita style from Japan but I don't do the pastels really..the occasional Lavender or like Baby Pink are the closest I get to pastels. Other than that I do a kinda tuned down goth thing with a lot of skirts and boots and stuff.

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    • That's such an interesting & edgy look, especially when mixed with the romantic goth style. Asian fashion is super fun & experimental. Good for you for having the confidence to rock that type of style!

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  • I enjoy dresses, skirts, simple tshirts and tank tops, tight pants, I'm always wearing a bow in my hair and a chocker around my neck. Hair is usually up in a pony if at work otherwise I prefer it hanging loose. My sweater is always nearby since I'm commonly cold. Normally tennis shoes but I adore my heels flats and wedges especially the open toe ones. I do like boots as well but I have worn any in sometime

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    • Sounds like you have great taste! Well fitting basics are such a great style.

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  • Band t-shirt or plaid shirt with black skinny jeans, fake leather/denim jacket and doc martens.

    I had very weird fashion sense when I was younger but now basically wear the same outfit every day like a cartoon character. A guy at my uni once told me “I need to be more like you, you wear the same shoes and jacket every time I see you.”

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    • That's the best of the 90's! I wasn't a fan of the spice girl look, but give me grunge all day. It looks amazing & apparently it's back in, not that awesomest like you give a fuck

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  • A mix of classy gothic, loungey, and colorful clothing.

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    • That sounds so nice. I've always been an admirer of the goth aesthetic, but I definitely can't pull it off.

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  • More sports clothes myself. I live in Minnesota—So I usually wear like Minnesota Twins shirts, Vikings, Timberwolves, or Minnesota Wild. Oh and don’t forget the Minnesota Soccer team outfits!!

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    • Awesome! I'm from the midwest originally & big sports fans are always fun, down to earth & up for a good old fashioned beer fueled debate, so this made me smile!

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    • Imagine that! I grew up in minnesota!

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  • I did read it & I love your answer! I always enjoy an interesting and eclectic sense of fashion. It's a great way to express your wonderful personality and all of the things that influence and interest you. I'm a bit of a weird dresser & collector myself, so I always appreciate a unique sense of style!

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  • I actually don't wear clothes at all. I'm a nudist, and where I live there actually isn't a ban on public nudity. Except in the post office for some reason. Yet for some reason, nearly everyone still wears clothes. I don't though, clothes make us out of touch with the Earth's energy. I have found that when I stopped wearing clothes, all of my chakras opened and I'm more in touch with the frequencies of the universe

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    • A stiff breeze on the butthole really does open the chakras!

      Don't you ever get cold?

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      • Not really. My body has adjusted to it. I read that going naked 24/7 is healthier for testicular health. And in turn, benefits the entire body. I've read that if it weren't for clothes, our lifespan would be at least 200 years!

        It gets cold, but I don't care because I have an incredibly massive johnson and literally every woman in town gets to see it! The ladies literally can't keep their eyes off me! It's precisely 13.45 inches, and I just like to show it off!!!!!! So, fuck wearing clothes! Plus, it helps to open the chakras!

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        • Right! Well I'm glad you let that thick, terrifying anaconda just flap in the wind...or drag on the ground.

          I hope you enjoy your 200 years of terrifying small children with your nope rope.

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      • Lol

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  • I walk around in assless, leather chaps. I also walk around with a big horse dick strap on most days

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  • All black. Dresses as long as permitted. I always have big gold earrings on. ALWAYS.

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  • dirty jeans walmart tshirt redwing boots

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    • No corn cob pipe? No dumpster possum skin coat?

      I had it all wrong :(

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    • Thumbs up, bud. With them clothes, y'alls must look pretty serious in a hard hat, with electrician's tools hanging from the side of yer belt.

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  • I wear pyjamas. If it was socially acceptable I'd wear pyjamas everywhere.

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  • I don't really give many fucks about fashion. Staying the right temperature and not looking like a fucking idiot are my only criteria.

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    • Yep, I'm still picturing you in a spandex wrestling singlet!

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      • Oooh kinky! Spandex is hella hot, not for me to where though. Also if I did where that, that would violate the latter of my criteria.

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        • Dude, you work hard on that bod. I'm sure you can pull off the strechiest of fabrics without looking too goofy for school.

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          • You don't say? I have competed in amateur bodybuilding already, and you wear what amounts to a loincloth. Its about context though, if I am on stage, that is what people expect. I actually don't like trying to show of my muscularity in everday life tho. I would look to out of place in a wrestling singlet.

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            • Well oooo-la-la

              *fans self*

              All jokes aside, I find that the best way for a man to show off his nice figure is to wear clothes that fit well. Too many men in sloppy oversized clothing! A nice just tight enough t-shirt & some well fitting jeans will show off all your assets.

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  • colorful / sparkly / fuzzy / androgynous / unkempt
    i still wear junior's clothes mostly

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    • I often get jealous of the kid's section...so many cool animal hats, dinosaur sweatshirts, bike helmets with shark fins...

      I have to control myself not to look like an autistic 5 y.o. that was allowed to choose their own outfit for picture day.

      I get you!

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      • haha yeah I'll notice some colorful / pastel thing then realize it's in the kid's section :c

        Since you're a fan of converse (i think?) I used to have a pair that were turquoise velour(!!) and lime green, I loved those shoes. they were the only ones of it's kind in a chain shoe store among all the "normal" converse (canvas, plain colors), and they just happened to be my size. supposedly a limited edition and rare now. I wonder if they were planted 1 per store as some kinda marketing thing.
        https://dtpmhvbsmffsz.cloudfront.net/posts/2017/11/16/5a0dd4d66a58301ad004015c/m_5a0dd50e3c6f9f8c0c0404aa.jpg

        I also have a pair of rainbow sequinned vans.

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        • Those sound fucking amazing! I do have some...omg I can't spell polka dot, pokadot, poke a dot converse & some plaid ones, but I've tried to control myself with the weird patterns. I try to stick to stuff that will actually match with multiple dresses I own.

          It's tough now because you can get anything & everything. I used to have to hunt through thrift stores to find bright & weird clothes.. now if I want a shark print scarf, weird British child molester socks (i have em...they say "dodgey geezer & have a pic of a creepy old man in a van), a dinosaur print dress...i can find and get all these things shipped in 3 days.

          I try to be practical & at least semi-adult...most of the time ;)

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  • I'm known as the shoes pants shirt guy.

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    • Thank God you're not the shirt shoes pants guy. He stole my commemorative spoon collection, the bastard

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  • Half the time I'm wearing my Target work clothes: red, long sleeved, boatneck shirts and khaki cargo pants. The other half of the time I'm wearing black and other dark colors. The outfits lately are usually a choker, tank top, shorts(or a skirt), knee high socks, and sneakers or boots. I don't know what word would describe that. XD

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    • I always pictured you as pop goth. Like very goth light; what it would look like if target did goth. It must be all the purple & black!

      You're style sounds great, and I'm glad you get to show off those jacked arms & athletic legs you've worked so hard on!

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      • Thank you for the nice words.
        :)
        My style at Target is way different to how I dress normally. When I go shopping at my job on my off day, there's at least two coworkers surprised at how different I look in my everyday wear.
        XD
        Some of the things I wear are goth inspired. I forgot to mention I'll sometimes add a fishnet shrug, fishnet gloves, or spiked choker and wristbands to my outfits. Sometimes I'll add chains. The choker and chains are a pain in the butt to remove sometimes though.
        :)
        I'm actually trying to lose some of the muscle. I put it on way too fast and I kind of miss just being a toned twig. XD

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  • My favorite brand for blouses is unity/one world/live and let live, all three the same company, here is an example of what their tops look like, which is my norm. - https://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MzAwWDIxMw==/z/twsAAOSwfcVT~-iz/$_35.JPG?set_id=2

    Pair that with some high heel sandals, pantyhose and a black skirt that is a couple inches above the knee and that is my style.

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    • That's such a lovely, unique top & it must stand out with basics. Very sharp!

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      • I do not own that particular one but it gives an idea of what I like and the style of my tops. For the sandals, here is a typical style I like, B.O.C. is actually my favorite. Pretty comfy for being high heels to any degree. https://www.bobstores.com/on/demandware.static/-/Sites-vestis-master-catalog/default/dw4d499169/product/images/2044/981/2044981/2044981_001_main.jpg

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        • Link wouldn't work, which is a shame-ola. I'm always looking for comfy feminine shoes

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          • Well, what I recommend then is google searching "BOC sandals".

            The soles are slightly padded so it doesn't feel like walking on rock like most heel'ed shoes.

            Try this like just to get an idea, this one should be good
            https://www.famousfootwear.com/en-US/Product/73262-1039676/B.O.C/Black/Womens+Schirra+Wedge+Sandal.aspx

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  • I don't have many clothes. I dress traditionally.

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    • I'm picturing dilbert.

      Benzos & antidepressants, amiright

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      • No idea who dilbert is. I wear vests and pajamas, or t-shirts and jeans.

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        • Dude, vests and pj's aren't traditi...ok, I just...ok

          I'm glad you're happy with your style. That's a fantastic thing. Go get it, brutus.

          & Check out dilbert comics. They're good for a chuckle

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  • Casual and practical.

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    • A must for your job & your new doggo, but I'm sure your gorgeous personality shines through ;)

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      • Aww. If only :(

        I am now perpetually drool covered. Sigh.

        What's your style, OP?

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        • Fuck off; you're beautiful!

          Mine is fucking horrendous. I'm hoping you'll get to visit it in person!

          Think like horrible twee thrift store, clashing patterns, too many statement pieces...absolutely fucking horrific.

          Let's just say I have a new kids on the block print dress and a crochet zombie hat with a dangling eyeball...and batman print converse.


          It's THAT bad hahaha

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  • Like a bum. Usually jeans and a sweatshirt sometimes a flannel. Rarely a dress but sometimes I enjoy wearing a dark sun dress.
    Pretty boring but comfortable.

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    • I love comfy clothes! ohhhh there's nothing better than that soft, fuzzy feeling on the inside of a new sweatshirt...so good.

      Besides, you need a little room for all that twerkin.

      I'm quite a fan of the comfy look.

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      • 😍😍 it is the best feeling. I’m always getting new ones just for that feeling. Half the ones I have are Vans almost always black or grey. I’m trying not to be so boring and get regular clothes but I’ll never be as comfortable. Nice to just throw on a sweatshirt and go about the day. Only jeans I like anymore are American Eagle jeggings they are the most comfortable pants I’ve found.

        😂 I actually can’t twerk for shit. If I knew how to use my ass. It was either this username or microwavedcarrot I suck at naming.

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    • I haven't worn a dress in almost ten years. 😁

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  • Homeless homosexual. If its functional I'll wear it if I find the proper attire that fits. Pink button up jeans brown belt and boots.
    Btw I'm straight.

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    • Never seen a homeless dude in rosey trousers, dude.

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  • White teeshirt, jeans, and boots. I wear that outfit everyday.

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    • I figured you'd be draped in a Confederate flag.

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