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    I have no style either.
    Jeans and a tshirt in summer + fitflops
    Jeans a tshirt and a hoodie/cardi in the winter + runners

    I'm such a dag

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    Skinny jeans every day! I love jeans.

    On top I love tailored jackets. Though on days where I feel lazy I will wear knitted jackets/jumpers.

    Shoes- I wear ballet flats when it's not freezing cold, and when it gets too cold I wear boots, either flat boots or ones with a abit of a heel.

    And the last couple of years when I've been feeling the cold (must be getting old!) I have discovered a love of scarves.

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    ok let's all post a couple of pics of the kind of style we like/wish we had. kind of a look book of your own signature style (even if it's just a fantasy for now!!)ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1429616372.073012.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1429616387.824906.jpg

    so I like the large textured and layered looks...the tops and jackets look comfy and warm but also are stylish. I have ok legs so like skinny/tight bottoms.

    I'd prob swap the heeled shoes (I'm tall) for something more flat...maybe a knee high riding boot with a small heel and lose those wedges in favour of a pair of loafers/driving shoes.

    sigh. why it never quite works out for me this way I just don't know!

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    Tracky dacks and hoodies

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    Whatever fits my fat ar$e and doesn't make me want to throw up when I look at it. Finding nice plus size clothes within my budget is near impossible.

    I prefer jeans, whatever fits, with loose tops. I only wear flats so it's whatever I can find that fits my wide foot.

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    nobody is posting look book ideas. maybe that was a **** idea on my part lol :/

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    I am also a skinny jean/ballet flat wearer.

    I have a uniform, I always wear a peplum top or a short sleeve blouse type top with detailing (beading, lace etc) with a matching cardigan.

    As it gets colder I wear a fitted black blazer instead of a cardigan.

    It's rare to find me in colours other than pale pink/cream/grey/navy blue or black.

    I tried to find a photo, but only found one that was similiar to what I meant and it was Pippa Middleton.. So I don't think think I'll add it, I am nothing like her haha.

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    Skinny jeans, knit jumpers with fitted long sleeve tops underneath, scarves (I have loads!), flat heeled boots or casual shoes and fitted jackets. That's my standard winter wardrobe. I'd like a dress this year to wear with tights and boots but I need to find something I like. I also need some more knee high boots this winter. I feel a shopping spree coming up....!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolly007 View Post
    nobody is posting look book ideas. maybe that was a **** idea on my part lol :/
    I will have a look and post some.

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    This is typically what I wear every day during winter. Ankle boots with opaque stockings and a skirt/dress with cinched in waist. Or ankle boots with skinny jeans and wool jumpers/cardigans.


 

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