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When it comes to clothes, would you rather be comfortable or fashionable?

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  • I just wear whatever is comfortable.
  • Not a slave to fashion, just whatever is comfortable.
  • I wear what looks good to me, not what fashion dictates, since there is never a style that works with me. So, in other words, comfortable.
  • Comfort, absolutely!! I like to look nice, but I'm not going to suffer to do so!!

  • Definitely comfortable! i'm not that fashionable *giggles*
  • Another easy one. I would much rather be comfortable. I've gotten to the point that dressing up for weddings, funerals, etc. is a drag. I'd be in pjs and bathrobe every day if I could. Not possible, I know, but my days off are often that way!!

  • Comfortable.
    I live in jeans except on Sunday.

    Here's the thing about the jeans, though. I haven't been able to bring myself to wear the skinny jeans.
    I used to wear those years ago when I was in high school. In fact, I wore them way past the time they went out of style because I liked them.

    One day, my stylish friend asked me why I was still wearing straight legged jeans.

    She told me I needed to be wearing boot cut jeans. 

    I made the big switch.

    Now, I imagine one of these days she's going to ask me,

    "Why are you still wearing boot-cut jeans?"

  • I would definitely say both. I love being comfortable but I also love having fashionable things on/with my clothes.
  • Comfortable. I dislike other people (girls, mostly) who wrinkle their noses at some minutely absurd fashion (like wearing a black shirt and brown jacket, which I still don't understand) while they in turn wear certain shoes to match certain outfits.
    I usually just throw something on-- jeans, t-shirt, socks and sneakers in the winter, hoodie or combat jacket, and I'm set. It takes me five minutes, tops. This is usually because I can't tie shoes fast. Heck, I don't even care if my socks match or not.
    Besides, I really am not fashionable. I'm a tomboy, have been for nearly all my life. Nothing changes that. BTW, I don't wear/own heels or dresses, and I don't wear skirts and flats to school. Especially.
    So, basically comfortable is what I go for. I'd rather look mildly bad in something that is comfortable than in something that looks amazing and have it be too tight-fitting or "frilly." Ick, frilly and lacy and sparkly. No, thanks.

    Anyway, that's my spiel.

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