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    So the weather has started to cool off the last couple of days and I have started thinking about my winter wardrobe, for me it largely consists of skinny jeans, fitted tops and little jackets or jumpers, patterned scarves and ballet flats. ...
    What's yours?

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    I have no style!! Usually straight jeans, a plain singlet and cardigan or knitted jumper, scarf and ballet flats. I really wish I had better style!

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    Skinny jeans, those oversized knitted short sleeved slouch tops that go over long sleeve tops (does that make sense), scarves, and knee high insulated boots, sleeveless puffer jacket things and when it gets properly cold, winter jacket with fake fur lined hood. Layers and layers!

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    Either thick leggings, skirt, boots, tank top and long sleeve with a thick jacket or jeans, boots, long sleeve + t-shirt and jacket, depending on how cold cold happens to be that day.

    I wear a tank top under everything though.

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    Jeans, t-shirt or long sleeve shirt, hoodie and either ballet flats or boots depending on which jeans I wear.
    I have actually started wearing leggings recently which I love, but those are pretty much just a home thing.

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    Knit dresses, opaque tights and boots,
    cropped jackets, skinny leg jeans, scarf, ballet flats or knee high boots,
    long length knit cardigans, opaque tights and boots.
    I always accessorise with knit headbands or hats.
    I also have lots of colourful winter coats to brighten up my outfit.
    I love winter dressing!
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    AT home Shorts, t-shirt and a bunch coat for mornings and light jumper/cardigan for late afternoon.

    When visiting dd. Singlet and leggings than on top of that long sleeve top and track pants/thick stretch pants, than a thick jumper and light windproof coat. Oh and beanie and scarf.
    Oh and runners. It the only time I ever wear closed in shoes.


    As for over all style. Mine is comfort first, last and everything in between.

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    Quote Originally Posted by New Hope View Post
    Knit dresses, opaque tights and boots,
    cropped jackets, skinny leg jeans, scarf, ballet flats or knee high boots,
    long length knit cardigans, opaque tights and boots.
    I always accessorise with knit headbands or hats.
    I also have lots of colourful winter coats to brighten up my outfit.
    I love winter dressing!
    I like your style.

    I'm plain as, have no fashion sense at all.....I'm in black pants and a top and usually sandles or closed shoes if I find one that fits.

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    Work- jeans/trousers, long-sleeve fitted top, jumper, short sleeve work polo, sneakers.

    Typical day- jeans/leggings+skirt, long-sleeve top, short sleeve polo/poloneck, sneakers/boots.

    ETA: random colored scarf- typically one colour but different to what I am wearing.

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    Default Whats your style?

    my style (what's left of it) has deteriorated into a mishmash of daggy leggings, a sweater over a loose fitting cotton tee and usually some form of trainer or flat boot. all of my skinny jeans seem to have shrunk overnight (or I've just expanded more like it lol). I'll go for ages without buying new stuff, then get really annoyed and go on a clothes shopping spate then sort of half integrate the new stuff into my closet but the old stuff still gets thrashed.

    I'm seriously thinking about hiring a stylist to help me put together a good basic style and pick out some strong key pieces. I find it really hard to transition between seasons (should be used to it really living in melbourne haha).

    I love loafers, these are my go to "trendy" item but I really need some more skinny jeans that fit better and I'm dying for a fresh crop of new tops

    eeek. I feel like my style atm is about a 2 out of 10


 

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