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Posted 6/29/14 , edited 6/29/14
I'm a guy and I dig fashion. I enjoy accessorizing and all the possibilities of dressing. I feel like dressing appropriately is important in creating a positive first impression. Thus, I coordinate my outfits according to the occasion. Most of the time, I wear pastel or vibrant colored clothing to show that I'm approachable and friendly. When it's a formal occasion, I pull out the dress shirt and suit. I guess I dress preppy, but I enjoy dressing that way.

At home, I just walk around in my boxers because I don't care at this point about impressing my family.

Caring about fashion may seem vain to some people, but to me, fashion plays an important role in society. Fashion allows us to differentiate between janitors, teachers, artists, and business people. Fashion also conveys one's personality like I mentioned above. Dressing appropriately also demonstrates awareness and respect. You don't want to be that person who wears a t-shirt to a formal dinner party. That would not only be disrespectful to the host, but also pretty humiliating.
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Posted 6/29/14
I'm somewhat self-conscious of my appearance, but despite that, I usually just dress casually anyways.
At home, I just wear some shorts and a loose shirt.
When I rarely go out go out, I mostly wear black skinny jeans with a T-shirt hoodie

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21 / M / Florida
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Posted 6/29/14
Fashion? What's that? How can I eat it?
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20 / F / Beyond the Boundary
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Posted 6/29/14
I love everything fashion, I buy everything from top brand to dirt cheap thrift store clothes, I even make my own clothes. The thing about fashion is that its almost like a costume. If u want to dress rock, punk, street, classy, girly, boyish you can. Fashion=life
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27 / F
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Posted 6/29/14
I don't know about fashion... That implies that one keeps up with the trends, and I don't. But I love clothes. It's like playing dress-up. I dress fairly stylishly. I stopped wearing pants a few years ago and started only wearing skirts. I'm usually more formally dressed than everyone around me. Certainly I stand out and I get lots of not-creepy attention, so I guess I'm doing something right. Also, I'm naturally very shy, so wearing fabulous clothes that I cannot hide in is good for me. It forces me to carry myself with pride and confidence. I do wish that I could wear really outrageous things like victorian dresses or fabulous kimonos, but there are limits to what one can do for every day wear. I really like seeing other people who take time with their outfits. You can say a lot about who you are and what you value with your clothes.

But I do really need to stop buying dresses, because my closet is completely full.
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20 / F / Australia
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Posted 6/29/14
I don't really have a sense of fashion, at all. I just kind of pick out things I own and wear them, and if I think they look nice enough, then they surely are because I'm a pretty huge critic to myself. I love black though, I'm often wearing all-black. Colour isn't something you find a lot of in my wardrobe.

For professional occasions I have tailored work pants, a few shirts and several blouses, a fitted blazer and a pencil skirt along with a bit of a shorter winter skirt.

Around the house I either wear leggings or fitted fluffy track pants, I wear whatever shirt I like be it shirts I got from Alienware LAN parties back in the day, band t-shirts or my boyfriend's flannel.

When I go out casually, in winter (which it is right now in Australia) I'll normally wear high waist black skinny jeans with some kind of fitted sweater and (for when it really gets cold) I have a big green parka with a fluffy hood. I either wear all-black converse or black boots with a heel.

In summer, I normally wear shorts and a singlet or t-shirt of sorts (I don't like to show too much skin but it's a bit inevitable in summer - I stay away from crop tops though because who thought it was okay to sell small bits of fabric for heaps of money so 14 year olds can wander around looking quite sad) but lately I haven't been able to find shorts that cover my ass. For the past 2 years, to be precise. I've looked everywhere but for some reason all shorts are underwear denim these days? So, I'm going to be changing to dresses because I adore cute floral dresses with flats or even connies. In autumn/spring, I'll probably do the same with stockings, cardigans and/or a light parka.

I'm actually 150cm (4 ft 11), so I'm quite tiny. Over my time at high school, 2009 to 2013, I've only grown 3cm therefore I rarely have the need to buy new clothes because I still fit into most things. I have difficulty finding things that fit me anyway because I'm got a bit of bum and hips going on, and clothing sizes decide that if you're as short as me you just have to be stick skinny with no curves too.
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24 / M / Britland
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Posted 6/30/14
I wear what I find comfy, and I don't care what anyone else wears.
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22 / M / MS
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Posted 6/30/14
Nah not really. I don't really care, where what brings out your best quality. For girls, I'd say, I'm okay without seeing your cleavage or your thighs. There's a difference between looking fashionable and trying to be seductive.
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28 / M / Winnipeg
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Posted 6/30/14
Jeans. Dorky T-shirt that references some dorky thing. Thin hoodie over the top.
Done.
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21 / M / California
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Posted 8/1/14
Some nice comfy running shoes, a pair of jeans or swim trunks and a logoless t-shirt, and on cold days a jacket with a hood. I honestly don't care about what is new and looks fancy, heck I don't even brush my hair, I just dry it off after a shower and let it settle, around 80% of the time it looks fine. Basically, I prefer simple and comfortable to fancy.
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M / HI
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Posted 8/1/14 , edited 8/1/14
I enjoy Fashion lol
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30 / M
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Posted 8/1/14
CLOTHING IS SIN! MAN'S ORIGINAL SIN!

CLOTHING IS THE WORLD!
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18 / F
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Posted 8/1/14 , edited 8/1/14
I like really nice clothes, and layers! Lately I've been interested in trying to wear stockings more casually with short skirts and stuff, I think that's really cute.

Also, cool waist coats should be way more popular.
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22 / F / Washington
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Posted 8/1/14 , edited 8/1/14
I'm not into the fashion here in the US because in my opinion it looks ugly. I like stuff like kfashion a lot. I love pastel colors, lace, flowers and bows. If you look at my closet its full of cute girly dresses, flower prints and lace. But also it's full of anime t-shirts, and other random tshirts like these

Like I go from being super cute and girly to being super nerdy in .2 seconds.
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25 / M / Los Angeles, CA
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Posted 8/1/14 , edited 8/1/14
I'm the exact opposite of a metrosexual. I can go a long time with just wearing a regular shirt, basketball shorts and some running shoes not because I'm lazy, but bec....well yeah I am lazy. But it's comfortable and what if there's a zombie infestation? How are you gonna run in jeans and hi-tops or alligator skin shoes? In the end it's what people are most comfortable in.
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