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karebear
wrote at 4:25 pm
December 19, 2007
Oh I saw a good one today in the doctor's office... a woman wearing thick green fuzzy socks and sandals... um it's winter first of all, and secondly that's a fashion no no :-))
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karebear
wrote at 4:24 pm
December 19, 2007
I too wear alot of black... my co-workers are shocked when I wear the occasional colour... it's rare! I too don't understand the EMO look... and any look that is..how do I say this delicately..."odd"... I too know a few people with kids that dress 'differently' shall I say... and they're good kids...but... I just don't understand it. When we were young no one dressed really odd - otherwise they would be labelled odd...
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carolie
wrote at 8:09 am
December 19, 2007
Hey Jlfp...I think teens can and should dress any style they like (as long as it isn't offensive or provocative). In my experience most grow out of it when they become adults and have to work and become responsible. Once they are adults, they really don't get a chance to express themselves so freely any more. My niece was hardcore Emo, but is slowly coming around, now that she is working and becoming responsible and meeting people from different walks of life. My 16 year old step daughter loves to wear funky coloured dresses with striped socks and red shoes. She has this 50's style white trench coat she wears as well. She cuts her own hair and always does funky things with it. We just let her do her thing...she won't be able to much longer. I've always felt there are bigger, more important lessons in life to teach them. And they know when they have to dress appropriately (funerals, weddings) and always do so without complaint.
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carolie
wrote at 7:59 am
December 19, 2007
I agree Bernice...the short skirts and tights is a young look. Maybe it`s my age, but i like the look of pants tucked into boots. I was never a fan of the short boots tho, and they look kinda goofy with pants tucked in, but with the higher boots it`s a nice look...especially with those wonderful swede, flat winter boots.
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BerniceHogan
wrote at 8:52 pm
December 18, 2007
I too am guilty of wearing a lot of Black. Love it, love it
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