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    Oh and scalves...im addicted to them atm

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    I have no style!

    I wear jeans which are so big on me they are basically falling down, but I don't want to buy smaller jeans because I'm hopefully pregnant again, so there's no point. Tshirts and sneakers. Daggy!

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    Style of tired mum of three, ones a newborn, at least I brushed my hair.

    Jeans. Flowing shirt. Jacket. That's my standard outfit. Sometime I wear two jackets.

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    Jeans, tee and cardi or a dress with leggings. I love scarves too Not so big on jewellery at the moment as my 18 month old enjoys breaking it!!

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    Skinny jeans boots, long sleeved too and scarf.

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    I have no style, one day when I have lost enough weight, maybe I will have one until then if it fits and it's comfy I will wear it.

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    My style is "can't lose baby weight" - thankfully tights & floaty tops can look ok with boots & a nice scarf!

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    Oh I'm very fashionable and stylish. Love it! I love that it's cool enough to wear my leggings and tunic fitted style tops, also been enjoying my jeans of late.
    Went to Perth a few weeks back and got into my wrap dresses and boots... Aww miss my boots as its always too hot where I live to wear them. I loved getting into my heels to which just aren't practical here so I love fancy sandals and thongs instead.

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    Clean, dry, fits.

    I'm really not much into clothes. I do love a nice scarf though.

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    I tend to usually dress a bit mumish.

    Jeans. Shirt. Flat slip ons. No make up, accessories, hair up and away.

    Though I love fitted house wifey dresses. But cool (I think)

    Like I bought this today -

    I think this shape works well with my big boobs, defined waist, wide hips and bum. Whereas jeans etc do accentuate my heavier bits.

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