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  1. lauzieslifestyle says

    Haha now if you change your hair, it is SO a different look. I mean – white shirt and jeans is something else when you add a red lip. When we run out of mixing and matching clothes, we will resort to makeup and accessories!
    Content is what’s important. If you can bring something different and make an outfit or item of clothing continually look good, that will prove your style. We are too stylish to keep buying new clothes lol. x

  2. lauzieslifestyle says

    Haha! Your comment made me laugh because it is what I have thought about. I have worn a couple of the same tops and jeans etc on social-media, but then I do not wear everything in my wardrobe. I think just keep mixing and matching. If the outfit is good and it works – you’re fine! I never notice someone’s page enough to even pick out what has been repeated. I think the worry lies more within us and not with others.

  3. travellinggirl21blog says

    Such a great post, this is honestly so me! I feel so ashamed of wearing the same clothes day in and day out in case someone brands me as ‘poor’, but I’ve decided to do what’s best for me now 🙂 I know I’ve said this before, but you definitely shouldn’t worry about other people’s opinions, do what makes you feel good chick 😀 xx

    • lauzieslifestyle says

      Thank you girl! Yes, you have definitely said that to me before and it is true – I should not worry about other people’s opinions!
      At the end of the day, clothes are just clothe. As much as I love them, they are not suppose to be worn only once. I think many people online wear the same things but they only take one photo of them. It is unrealistic to have 375 tops, trousers, dresses etc. The only exception is an actual star who will be photographed and discussed daily.
      Do not worry about your clothes and as you say to me – don’t worry about other people’s opinions. 🙂 xx

  4. angelspartaness says

    Awesome post 🙂 I’m glad somebody finally put this in to words! I totally agree–it can be intimidating trying to keep up with all the trends and ever-changing wardrobes you see all up and down your blog feed and Instagram feed 🙁 I wish I had more variety in my wardrobe, and more things that fit my style; online shopping has made it easier to see more variety available and make you want to add more. This can be a good thing and a bad thing lol xx

    Helene, https://angelspartaness.com/

    • lauzieslifestyle says

      As I always feel that I never have enough clothes but then I tend to stick to specific one’s. I have clothes in my wardrobe that I possibly cannot remember the last time that I wore, whilst complaining that people have seen certain items too many times lol.
      It is a struggle! It is good to remember and know though that many people think the same way. We should not have to be intimidated because style is not about the measure or amount of your clothing items. xx

  5. lauzieslifestyle says

    I have wasted clothes doing this! My mum used to always get annoyed because I would tell her that I am looking for a new outfit for my birthday and she would say – well, you have all these dresses that you have only worn once!
    Worse still, I can my favourite clothes that I love wearing all the time and then a bunch of one’s that just managed to make it into a photo lol. x

  6. Mrs.S LDN says

    I’ve never really thought to much on this…. I’m quite bad with keeping up with trends etc. I have my go to look/style and it suits me well. It also means I don’t have to think to much when adding pieces etc. Good winter boots and a good coat is a must for me! And I try and always pick one of these up in the Jan sales for the following year! I follow quite a few thrifters at the moment and have been liking some of there posts on it so i might look into that soon as there is a ridiculous amount of 2nd hand shops in my area!!
    I just love your posts little lady!! They really do kick my brain into action and they get me thinking 🙂
    Love it
    xxxx

    • lauzieslifestyle says

      When it comes to trends, I am either ‘lucky’ and what I like just happens to be popular, or I give them a miss.
      I think having your own style and sticking to that is perfect!
      I see a lot of thrifters as well and I honestly had never considered it until seeing their blog posts. I had a friend a few years back who only bought from charity shops. Her style was so complimented and her entire outfit could be as little as £10 – maybe less.
      I am really glad that get you thinking – and in a good way! I have always said that you are one of my favourite bloggers.
      xxxx

      • Mrs.S LDN says

        Me to!! Its the last thing I would have considered! Finding these bloggers has been my favourite part of blogging! It’s completely opened my eyes.
        During the week I went into one and came out with 4 belts!!! for £4!!!! I mean come on!!! How awesome was that?!?!?!? Now i’m making a conscious effort to ramble in!
        Awwww thanks babes!! Snap!! I’m blushing here… Its so nice to know one of my favs also counts me as her fav! Thats made my day sugar xxxx LOVE xxxx

  7. nnkskincare says

    Except for winter jackets and shoes, I’d opt for cheaper clothes anytime. I am not one to keep clothes for too long before I get bored of them, then start looking for something new..

    • lauzieslifestyle says

      It has become such a normal thing in society nowadays. I end up having random clothes in my wardrobe that I wore just to see someone. I really want to cut down on doing this.

    • lauzieslifestyle says

      I am generally obsessed with just wearing black in general lol. There is something really cool about wearing all black. I love pops of colour but I probably should wear more of them!

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