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woohoo
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woohoo
posts: 236

Helloooooo!

One of my good friend is going through a hard time because she just started dating this guy and this guy wants her to dress more like Brooke Hogan (I laughed but he is serious!). She is pretty tall but also got some booty and boobs.
Her boyfriend thinks that showing the womanly shape would be the way to go. However, she dresses more like…Zara, Californian casual, simple, clean — sorry I am not the best at describing stuff…
When she came out to have lunch with me wearing an Ed Hardy T-shirt, I literally had a tiny heart attack. It’s because it’s sooooo unlike her.

For me, it’s kinda hard to wrap my head around this idea of changing your style because your significant other wants it…

What are your opinions?

posted over 5 years ago
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Off4thandGraham
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Off4thandGraham
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Um I can understand if he wanted her to cover up a little bit but Ed Hardy? Really? what is this jersey shore? No, I wouldn’t do that. We would either come to a happy medium or none at all

posted about 1 year ago
 
MuhLissUh
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MuhLissUh
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She needs to decide what’s right for her, of course, but it never seems like living for others makes people happy in the long run.

posted about 1 year ago
 
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Should stay true to yourself!

posted about 1 year ago
 
didnthavetoactfoul
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i wouldn’t. i dont think choices as personal as what i wear should be changed by a significant other. say if there’s something they like to see on me i might wear it more often, but i would never completely remodel my style for someone else

posted about 1 year ago
 
PuckVR
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PuckVR
posts: 16

NO!!! I would not! Plus, I don’t really believe in significant others. ;) Although I must say I’d ask my ‘’significant other’’ to dress differently (or take a shower) when he looks unclean or shabby etc. Although I don’t think my ‘’significant other’’ would be an unclean or shabby person..!

posted about 1 year ago
 
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Style is an extensive part of one’s Personality or individuality. A person is familiar on a social origin or nature, through his sense of style , fashion and division. But i agree with this line that “Eat whatever you like but Wear that everyone like” So yes we have change our fashion or style to significant for other.

posted about 1 year ago
 
LittleBee
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I’m LOL-ing so hard right now. I have a friend who goes through this every time she dates a new guy. I think as a good friend you have the duty of reminding her what her true personal style is and why she was comfortable with her style in the first place. Then she can decide if she really wants to stick to her new style. Btw, someone who is wears Zara should not be taking fashion tips from a guy who thinks Brooke Hogan is a style icon.

(Honestly I don’t get guys. It’s like if you were really bothered by style to begin with, why even date me?? )

posted about 1 year ago
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