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Topic: I hate Multiple Choice: Plain Everyman Clothes, Or Nice, Special Clothes?  (Read 357 times)
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« on: July 24, 2005 08:02:26 PM »

Alright, anyone else have this problem? You make your own stuff, so obviously you want people to know you made it, but you have a dresscode, so you don't want to be too blatant with the customizations and originality bordering on people thinking "i can't believe she'd wear that to work". What to do?
It's like the cloth, it has it's good and bad sides! What do you find?
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