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Old 07-16-2019, 03:16 PM
Status: "haters hate themselves too...." (set 29 days ago)
 
Location: The BA & l o v e it
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For one thing, I have a style that is unconventional and while I like it, I feel judged for wearing it. LOL!!! But then I say to hell with them. They judge me anyway. They definitely don't accept me, nor are they paying me. So I don't have to dress for them.

Fortunately, as much as people judge me for my style, there are people that seem to love my style.
Everyone judges, tho....just ignore it.

I have lots of followers on my fashion & beauty vlog....& probably 10% routinely just judge or criticize. It's like...why would you even watch if you don't like...because by watching me & subscribing I get paid!? Haters gonna hate, even when it benefits me.
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Old 07-16-2019, 03:18 PM
 
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Love: Discovering how to tastefully and subtly one-up the status quo on a staple item (e.g. the black Polo shirt, or Levi's jeans) and find a piece that looks just unique enough but not gaudy. Think different colored lining, logos, stitching than commonly found. Not wild patterns that don't even look like they're the same designer. Finding the original, functional brand (not the designer brand that made them popular) of a new trend. Boots, for example.

Hate: Sizing difference between brands, fabrics that aren't pre-shrunk, the fact that it takes a celebrity wearing something before it becomes "in style". Many of my friends at school were "ahead of their time" and looked out of place in the moment, but 5 years later would have looked trendy.
LOL!!! Often when I start wearing a certain style of clothes, in a few weeks to a couple of months, I catch other dudes wearing similar clothes. I actually like when people step outside into other areas of fashion that are unconventional.
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Old 07-16-2019, 03:25 PM
 
Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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My dislike is the lack of quality, suitable clothing for women who have professional careers and in general, the lack of good clothing for women over the age of 50.
Lack of clothing for women over 50? Is there a new set of rules for what we can and cannot wear? Did I miss the memo?

I shop EVERYWHERE. I just got the cutest bodysuit from Zara today.

My fashion love is a fantastic pair of well made shoes or a well made bag.

I have my grandmother's Hermes Kelly bag from the 1960s and it is absolutely gorgeous and it has held up amazing.

A Chanel suit from the 1980s is life for me.
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Old 07-16-2019, 03:39 PM
 
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I like that certain cuts will make the body line look great. I like boot cut jeans because they make the leg line look longer. I like fitted shirts because they highlight the waist.

I dislike trends. The style in 2005-2006 in the TV show "What Not to Wear" was the best fashion because the clothes made the body line look so good. A-line skirts, fitted shirts that gave a defined waist.

Then the trend changed to flowy and loose, and the airy shirts on the show looked terrible. That's when I stopped watching.
Complete opposite.

Men's and women's trends were following the boot-cut, LOW RISE trend.

So glad that's over, and in-style jeans actually fit again.

Levi's 541 Athletic Fit... stretch
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Old 07-16-2019, 03:42 PM
 
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LOL!!! Often when I start wearing a certain style of clothes, in a few weeks to a couple of months, I catch other dudes wearing similar clothes. I actually like when people step outside into other areas of fashion that are unconventional.
See, as a guy, if there's someone wearing the exact shirt or shoes, it's like "hey man, nice shoes! :"

But I've heard that women HATE that. Especially at formal occasions. Could not apply to all, though.
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Old 07-16-2019, 06:07 PM
 
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love: cheap and getting cheaper prices.
hate: the turnover. last year is last year.
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Old 07-16-2019, 10:41 PM
 
Location: Queen Creek, AZ
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Another thing I hate - many fashion companies forcing slim fit clothes down our throats. I only trust those that offer multiple fit levels.
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Old 07-17-2019, 12:25 PM
 
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What do you love most about fashion and what do you hate most about fashion?
I hate that the fashion brokers intentionally push changes in fashion, so that it costs people to continually spend more money, buying the same things repeatedly, only styled a bit differently.
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Old 07-17-2019, 12:46 PM
 
Location: DFW
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I love putting outfits together. I hate when horrible trends last too long (I'm talking to you skinny jeans).
YYAASS! Skinny jeans- ick

I love putting together outfits, and pretending to create with the Project Runway contestants (I draw it out and everything, but I have zero sewing skills)
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Old 07-18-2019, 12:49 PM
 
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I love the artistry of putting together fantastic outfits. I love well-made clothing, luxurious fabrics, figure-flattering styles, and gorgeous colors.

I hate unattractive styles that everyone wears just because they are the “in” things—e.g., enormous brightly colored sneakers, spandex on anyone other than young and in-shape persons, torn clothing, etc. I also hate that it’s so hard to find clothes without artificial fibers. I cannot stand quick fashion—poorly made things just cheap enough to lure people into an endless cycle of buying.
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