I agree with Naiadknight – about 80% here too. Over …

Comment on How much of your wardrobe do you actually use? by Liz in Paris.

I agree with Naiadknight – about 80% here too. Over the last few years I’ve been buying less “stuff” while focusing on things I really, really like (even if they’re expensive) and wearing them all regularly. I also have a one in/one out rule that limits the overstuffed closet syndrome.

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Love your comment, Heidi!


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I agree about the trousers. In fact when I saw the tux-style jacket I was expecting trousers to go with it. Hair and makeup are nice and understated too, desoite the wooden expression.


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To LamentingLizzie: the Mail is entertainment for people who like that kind of thing but has nothing whatever to do with news! Perhaps your mum should be told!


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