Dressing alike...

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  1. GaLaTeA

    GaLaTeA Well-Known Member

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    ...is probably done out of annoyance, right?
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  2. MissAndrya

    MissAndrya Evolution is what is.

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    I'm sure there are different reasons, but elaborate, please?

    When we were young (my two sisters and I), my mom used to dress us all the same when we went out or for pictures etc. We were two years apart, but everyone asked if we were triplets. She did it because she thought it was cute, we were just annoyed by it.

    Not the same, I know, but I was reminded, lol
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  3. GaLaTeA

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    ^My mother once tried something similar with me and my brother, only it ended screamishly. :funny:

    Idk why, but this year I'm noticing that the majority of women between 15 - 35 range (rough estimate) to be dressed more or less the same. As if there's only "forever teen" look that's spreading like a virus. And the mentality "if one bought a shirt here, of course I have to have that shirt too".
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  4. MissAndrya

    MissAndrya Evolution is what is.

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    Well, when I reached grade 8...I kiiinda started doing the same thing :lol:

    There is definitely a certain 'look' that is popular amongst that age group, and it seems they are all a size 0 as well.

    Funnier is when I take the transit and I see 40+ women wearing the same outfits :lol:
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  5. GaLaTeA

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    ^Have an office assistant in her mid 50's that dresses not a day over 18. Often trying to squeeze herself in apparel at least a size too small for her..
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  6. Sir Bustalot

    Sir Bustalot I am Jesus

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    the worst is when couples do the partner costumes for halloween, more from the guys point of view, you will lose friends if you and your girl dress up as Raggedy Anne and Andy
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  7. GaLaTeA

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    ^Even the thought of being in such a costume rings painful.
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  8. Sir Bustalot

    Sir Bustalot I am Jesus

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    ive seen it

    its as painful and embarassing as it sounds.... and thats for the people who see them, who knows what the husband/boyfriend is going through
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  9. GaLaTeA

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    Probably can't wait until he'll be able to get the costume off.
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