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laceblade ([personal profile] laceblade) wrote2013-12-15 08:51 am

[December meme]: Fashion [05]

from [personal profile] jesse_the_k - "Your fashion role models, influencers, cheerleaders, or hell the worst pair of shoes you've ever owned."

I'm having a hard time with this one because I don't feel like I have a personal style. I spent most of high school in jeans and hoodies. Since being an unpaid intern, I've had to build up a wardrobe of business casual, but I don't consider it very fashionable.

I have a hard time finding things that fit me. Until Torrid opened in Green Bay, I couldn't find any lace/nice florals (which I've liked forever) in a size that actually accommodated my bust.

I hate clothes shopping because as a kid I spent a lot of time being unable to fit into things I wanted, unable to shop in all the stores my friends did.

I don't know about role models - I like seeing what Lea Michele is wearing, or Olivia Pope on Scandal. A few other celebrities. But none of these people share my body type, so idk that I'd say I try to copy their fashion.
I guess probably other women in my life - my sister and cousins-in-law & cousins are good at putting together outfits, as are most of the women I work with.
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[personal profile] jesse_the_k 2013-12-15 06:03 pm (UTC)(link)
Sorry to send you to the empty place.

From the outside, I really admire your "put-togetherness." Whatever, whenever, nothing hangs or dangles, whether in zippers or colors. Somehow you manage to find tops which neither gap nor bag.

Also nice bags, which as you know, are important.
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[personal profile] bibliofile 2013-12-16 01:44 am (UTC)(link)
"Business casual" clothes are kind of horrible in their preppy blandness. I had to wear a lot of those when I was working as a technical writer at client sites.