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    Short, mid length or maxi dresses.
    Shorts and a cute top.
    3/4 jean and a cute top.
    Shoes are thongs, sandals or ballet flats.

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    Shorts/pants varying lengths but usually knee length (I don't think I even own a skirt) and tops/singlets depending on temp, usually relatively plain definitely no bows or frills etc, a bit of lace is probably as girly as I get!

    Not the most summery pics, but you get the idea!

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    Usually a fitted geek t-shirt with a layered singlet underneath for length. Or a button up fitted top with a long singlet underneath.

    I team this with either a a-line or tulip style skirt, jeans or mens baggy cargo shorts that have huge pockets with a cute belt.

    If I am not in a top and bottom combo, I wear a short dress with calf length or knee length brightly coloured jeggings.

    I am usually a converse shoe wearer as usually I am either running around, or jumping on and off motorbikes.

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    I'm back to my pre preg weight so am fitting into clothes much better. I live in denim boyfriend shorts, high waisted skorts, casual playsuits and dresses. I find it hard to get to the shops to try on clothes with 3 kids so I've been bargain hunting online finding eBay really good or recycle that dress on Facebook.

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    Dresses. Either maxi or retro style.

    Or maxi skirts.

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    Shirts and floaty tops or singlets usually! Then a kneeish length dress or floaty maxi on occasion. I dont seem to wear many skirts
    I get my shorts from usually jeanswest or target then tops from lots if places!

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