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View Poll Results: What Are Your Favorite Designs/Patterns in Your Clothing?
Solids 11 29.73%
Floral 2 5.41%
Paisley 4 10.81%
Dots 1 2.70%
Stripes 3 8.11%
Abstract 0 0%
Geometric 1 2.70%
No single favorite 15 40.54%
Voters: 37. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 05-11-2015, 10:18 AM
 
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Pastels don't work in the Fall, solids do. How do you get around Fall with pastel?
How does a pastel by default fall into the the "not solid" category?
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Old 05-12-2015, 07:43 PM
 
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Animal prints, especially the smaller patterns.

I think animal prints on an older woman look...well, like a h**rny old br**d!
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Old 05-13-2015, 10:12 AM
 
Location: Northville, MI
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Where are the Plaids ? They are always my favorite.

I'm gonna have to go with solids here (but only for tanks & polos).
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Old 05-21-2015, 03:40 AM
 
Location: A cool house in a cool neighborhood
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I usually go for solids, just not all the time. I do hate plaid with a passion, though, and always have.
I purposefully select almost all my clothes in solid colors and have done so for years because I like the calm feeling I get from large swaths of a single color. I generally avoid patterns because they are too busy for my tastes.

But I have a few shirts and vests with some patterns that I like.

My favorite shirt is red and has a strange India-Indian pattern all over the front. It's starting to wear out because I like to wear it so much.

I also have two subtly patterned vests that I wore frequently while I was a teaching assistant and had decided to look "scholarly." One has vertical pinstripes that I like very much. The other is...PLAID. I actually like plaid quite a bit. I like the way plaid allows surprising color combinations. I even like wearing men's plaid underwear as shorts! My child currently has some nice bright blue plaid underwear that I am eyeing because I know he's going to outgrow them (it?) someday, and when he does, they will be mine.

I have a light blue turtleneck with little white snowflakes all over it. That shirt always makes me happy to wear in winter.

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I don't like dots, I am wary of paisleys, and as a man sometimes I don't want to wear florals. No preferences among the rest.
You have to watch out for those paisleys...you never know when their little wild tails will whip around and get you.

I developed a thing for paisleys when I was in high school. My favorite paisley-covered item of clothing was a cool sweater that had one giant paisley on it. Paisleys were popular then and I ended up liking them despite myself, because really I don't like the weird, wiggly shapes and colors of paisleys. I got swept up in a paisley craze.

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I think animal prints on an older woman look...well, like a h**rny old br**d!
My second favorite shirt is a red leopard print shirt. I don't think I'd like it if it were tan or brown like real animal fur. I like animal prints in odd colors. I don't know what that says about me except I do like animals.
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