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JulianD8 : I used to dress up before, wear lots of accessories, do up my hair, etc. Now I just dress in hoodies/tracksuits, wear a coat over, tie up my hair and just do my make-up and wear no jewellery. I don't know why I changed my style, maybe because it's winter (it's colddd in London boy) and I just want to be comfortable? Or am I being lazy? Grr.

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mengya1w8g8 : Depends. Are ya from Jersey?
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vobviliaEveli : It's the winter, make it up with bikinis this summer. Also when you are hot, you'll look good on anything.
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Jennitin79 : Funny, because I have the same problem as you do! And I think it's just laziness. But now that I'm older, I have the feeling that my outer appearance is important so I try to make myself a bit more appealing. I would just add maybe a necklace or a bracelet to your outfit every now and then.
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EduKui-Heru : You may not be doing it intentionally, but your look will come off to others as lazy. It's fine to have dress-down days, just don't make a habit of it. Dress up most of the time. It doesn't even have to be fancy. It could be something like jeans and a stylish sweater. Just as long as you put a little effort in your look, people will notice.

Also, I feel like the way you look does affect the way you feel. I used to dress lazy everyday, and I felt lazy. I didn't want to do anything and I felt bad about myself. Now that I put a little more effort, I feel a lot better. Like I'm worth taking a little extra steps in the morning to look good. :)
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quegoglenossy : I would not say it is wrong to dress casually. However, I wonder if you are feeling a little depressed. Most women like to dress up to feel special. When we go out in society, even to have lunch with our friends or go shopping or to church, dressing up is a way to show respect for others and ourselves. You might want to continue to wear comfortable clothes, but to make a special effort for occasions that warrant it.
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rbjarmkgxvvw : It's a bit frumpy, to be honest. I get wanting to be comfortable and warm, but you can do that in jeans, boots, and a loose thick sweater and look a lot nicer. It's not that you need to impress people, but if you never put in effort, people might assume you just don't care, and it will seem like you don't take yourself seriously or have the self-respect to present yourself better. Just a little extra effort will go a long way!
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indiananimator : Yes
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dicSlulpcut : I have poor credit due to medical collections on my report. I own a home, have a car loan and have paid my monthly bills on time for the past 6 yrs. I do owe a little on my credit cards, due to a pay cut a few years back. Have only used one of them for a car rental & owe only $200 on that one. I have mostly been paying off the balances. My medical bills out weigh credit card. My credit score is 630 & want a loan to pay off credit cards & medical bills. The banks are not willing to give me a loan so my question is if anyone knows where else I can go. I do not have family that can help & I have a good job. Any ideas for one with a reputable company?
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yangxh63o : Mafia
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