Question of the day.

Hi people! πŸ™‚

Do you wear clothing with prints/patterns?

My answer:

Yes. I may not know about all my clothes which ones do have prints or patterns and which not, but generally if something has some sort of print I like to know what it is so that people don’t think I’m someone I’m not just because of a print I have on my T-shirt. My Mum had such a situation once where she had a rather vulgar writing on some clothing item which was in English and she had no idea about it. It wasn’t a problem for her overall but she was very unpleasantly surprised, which I can understand, because regardless of whether you’re okay with swearwords on your clothes or not, it’s always better to be aware. Or I had a blind friend who had a T-shirt she liked very much because of how it felt and fit her, only it had a picture of a band she didn’t like, well maybe not like she actively didn’t like it but just definitely didn’t care about it, and she only realised it had a print when she went in it to school and everyone kept asking her whether she likes them and why or just assumed she liked them and said that they do too or they don’t so how dare she like them. πŸ˜€ I think it’s good to know what you’re promoting, lol. My most favourite T-shirt that I have with a pattern is the “Purr” one, I’ve often mentioned on this blog that I got from Sofi, which is very warm and the “purr” print is made of some sort of plush and is tactile.

How about you? πŸ™‚

8 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

  1. I will wear print pants with a baggy black shirt. Leopard, skulls, camo..But I don’t mix tops and bottoms. No one can pull off camo and polka dots simultanously.

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  2. Yeah, I love patterns and prints!! Anything rainbowy is going to thrill me, for sure, although it can be hard to find. I ordered some rainbowy shirts, and they’re coming in the mail today, but I’m afraid they won’t fit. But anyway, my current T-shirt has a huge blue butterfly on it–pretty!! Uh oh, I got something on it. Drat.

    My dad was just telling me I should wear vertical stripes to look thinner, and I had to explain to him that the fashion industry refuses to make women clothing with vertical stripes. It’s all horizontal. Why? No clue, but ugh.

    I’m a total LL Bean fanatic and like to dress for both comfort and flattering styles, which LL Bean offers!! I’m so excited to be able to wear fall- and winter-weather clothings soon!!

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  3. I love patterns, but rarely if ever wear clothes with patterns on it. It’s probably because I have until I moved to the care facility always had to select my own clothes and I wanted to make sure they don’t look weird. I don’t really like writing on clothes.

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