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    Id probably go with one belt instead of 3 to avoid people thinking I'm completely insane, but this is the look I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    I do shop at city chic a little bit but sometimes the prices scare me away haha. I think buying a few items to be able to mix up would work really well.
    If you're near a dfo, it's worth going. Otherwise they have good sales from time to time, or even look on ebay or there's a bss group on Facebook.
    Even use some of their styling as inspiration and see if you can find cheaper alternatives

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    Subbing. My 'wardrobe' if I can even use that term is a mess. I was pregnant last winter so didn't really buy any clothes. Now I'm just fat and really don't like how I look but can't seem to do anything about it. My clothes are so old and daggy I hate getting dressed in the morning because everything is horrible! Add into that centrelink dramas which mean I still haven't got my PPL so I don't even have any money to buy new clothes anyway. Waaaaaaaa!
    *sorry - just re read this and realised this turned into a massive feeling sorry for myself vent, would love to see wardrobe ideas to help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by MillieMollyMandy View Post
    Subbing. My 'wardrobe' if I can even use that term is a mess. I was pregnant last winter so didn't really buy any clothes. Now I'm just fat and really don't like how I look but can't seem to do anything about it. My clothes are so old and daggy I hate getting dressed in the morning because everything is horrible! Add into that centrelink dramas which mean I still haven't got my PPL so I don't even have any money to buy new clothes anyway. Waaaaaaaa!
    *sorry - just re read this and realised this turned into a massive feeling sorry for myself vent, would love to see wardrobe ideas to help me
    I'm having a pity party at the moment so it's all good! Dp has ruined my evening with his typical crap. Glad he's at work so I don't have to look at his face.
    I hope this thread helps you as well!

    Thank you for the replies so far! I'm loving them! I am going to have look into them to get my mind off things! You ladies are amazing x

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
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    Id probably go with one belt instead of 3 to avoid people thinking I'm completely insane, but this is the look I mean.
    Where have u bought them from? Just a rough idea of some nice ones lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicmama View Post
    If you're near a dfo, it's worth going. Otherwise they have good sales from time to time, or even look on ebay or there's a bss group on Facebook.
    Even use some of their styling as inspiration and see if you can find cheaper alternatives
    This is brilliant 😀 thank you.
    I'm not fashion forward at all lol I always feel like a whale.
    I'm limited on where I can shop unfortunately, country lol so a lot of online shopping lol

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    Usually jeans, boots and a basic colour jumper with a cool scarf (I have a large collection!) and a grey duffle coat 😊 that's me anyway!

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    I need to build my wardrobe again, it's a shambles! Where does everyone get their good quality basics from? I like Country Road but find their fit can be a bit off.

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    I shop at Tempt, valley girl, country road.
    Target for around the home...if they have anything good.
    Dotti has interesting items also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Where have u bought them from? Just a rough idea of some nice ones lol
    I buy nearly all my clothes second hand, from buy swap sell sites or eBay. If you go to eBay and search for knit dress and your size, plenty of stuff should come up.
    I did get quite a few of them from a brand called Caroline Morgan.


 

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