kind of ha. i mean you come to work or school with this outfit that gave you all of this confidence and you think you’re lookin good, then all of a sudden this person comes in with your outfit. i would just stand there and laugh it off but still rock the outift.posted about 6 years ago
i HATE HATE HATE it. That’ts why have back up clothes anyways (:
And I have this one good friend but she is always COPYING me so I NEVER go shopping with her or else she HAS to buy the same things. YUCK! and its not just clothes eitehr! She copies the food I eat, the things I do, and all the way to how I do my hair :(
I hate it because I feel like people think I’d copied them, even though I know they don’t lol I just get that feeling, I realllyyyy hate it when someone buys something that I wanted because I feel like I’d be copying them then and they would think that too…lol That probably doesn’t make much sense. ><posted about 6 years ago
I once bought some really, really nice pair of expensive boots. A year later, in 2006, I saw someone else wearing it as well. I didn’t find it annoying at all, instead it was funny. because these boots make a print in the sand saying ‘2005’… :Pposted about 6 years ago
It depends. It’s only happened to me a few times with individual pieces, but they’re worn in completely different ways, so to me it’s still individualized.posted about 6 years ago
It just makes me feel awkward. Lol. But yeah, I do feel kinda disspointed.
But I would never give up on a piece I like just because someone else has it, I’d just try to wear it in more unique ways. And as long as we don’t wear it at the same time, I’m good.
It doesn’t really bother me at all.
Unless they asked me where I got it and then bought it and wore it too school.
I’m flattered but hello i wear it to school.
However it doesn’t usually happen and when it does the other person usually never wears it again.posted about 6 years ago
Please don’t bump old threads. Especially ones that don’t fit with the forum topic. Thanks!posted over 4 years ago