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    Default Sick of dressing like a drunk 10 year old

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    I bought something on both asos and boohoo tonight - they had some really nice things and reasonably priced too. Can't wait to get them and see if they look ok 

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy2bmum View Post
    I bought something on both asos and boohoo tonight - they had some really nice things and reasonably priced too. Can't wait to get them and see if they look ok 
    Oh and I'm 36 - good mix of clothes for this age group I think.

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    I do all of my clothes shopping at DFO and hunt for the bargains. Last week I got three Diana Ferrari dresses for $10 each (normally $130) and Joanne Mercer shoes for $15 (normally $180) as well as heaps of bits and pieces ranging from $2 to $20 each. It makes Big W and Kmart look expensive!

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    I cant dress either. I just buy good quality denim shorts and plainish singlets. Thats basically all i wear.

    If its cold i wear good quality denim jeans, and the same singlets, but with a jacket.

    Thongs as footwear. Strappy sandals if im feeling adventurous. If its cold i wear my knee high boots over jeans.

    Denims from jeans west, just jeans or any other denim outlet (not target kmart ect). Singlets from anywhere i find them. Usually target or kmart. I also buy off next direct, brands exclusive, buyinvite and ozsale.
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    I also like to shop in Factory Outlet, sometime if I got lucky I can get a good quality clothes with low prices. I found cloth from kmart or big w, after few washes they turned into different shape. I found Target are much better.

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    Thank you all for the suggestions! I'll will check them all out.

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