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    Not intentionally, the only thing I hate is one pair of DP's shorts which are horrible because they are just way to short and yuck. He's never worn them since being with me lol.

    But DP has his own style and he doesn't dress fancy but he isn't sloppy. He is just neat and clean and often in jeans or shorts, tshirts, jumpers (if needed) and skate shoes. But it's him and I like his look so it's okay.

    If anyone needs tweakwing in the wardobe department its me... I am horribly daggy these days.

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    Default Do you influence you partner's wardrobe or dress sense?!

    I try to, lol.

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    Default Do you influence you partner's wardrobe or dress sense?!

    No, but he has good sense of style and pride in his appearance.

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    Default Do you influence you partner's wardrobe or dress sense?!

    I buy lots of dps stuff. He has great taste anyway but I'll often see shirts/hoodies/jeans that I think will look good on him. He also doesn't like to spend lots on clothes so I do and tell him I got them on special I love buying stuff for him.

    For eg. the other day I got him these great kenji skinnyish jeans and a Saba shirt, he would kill me if he knew how much they were. But they look great on him so it's worth it

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    Default Do you influence you partner's wardrobe or dress sense?!

    I buy all DH's clothes, he doesnt get time to go shopping

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    Default Do you influence you partner's wardrobe or dress sense?!

    I buy all of DHs clothes because I'm a shop-a-holic and he can't stand it. I know his taste and don't force my opinions on to him. I think there have been a couple of occasions where I've been 'off' and I've returned or resold them as he hasnt liked them. Sometimes I'll even pick out his outfit before dinner... Because I love that kind of thing (styling) and he couldn't care less lol... And it means he doesn't need to worry about it!

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    DH very much has his own personal style, I used to work in retail and would find clothes I liked for him, but he wouldn't like them. I learnt about his style slowly and now have an idea of what to get him, but it's still best if he shops for himself.

    He's very image conscious.

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    No. He likes to shop for his own clothes and that suits me fine! He lives in jeans, t-shirts and hoodies.

    The only time I may help him a little is if he is dressing up a bit (like for a wedding or special occasion). He is very much a casual attire kind of guy, so he sometimes needs some guidance when it comes to formal dressing.

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    Nope. He has awesome fashion sense. Way better than mine. He's very modern and actually buys most of my clothes!

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    to the point of buying him gifts and throwing out his old ripped holey shirts, yes. otherwise as long as hes neat and tidy, (no stains/rips, has shaved in the last week) I dont care what he wears.


 

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