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Which wardrobe would you create? How much have you had and how much would you spend for the ideal?
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Well it's autumn so really if you're just building for the next 6 months odd then you're looking at layers. Sweaters, parkas, and comfortable clothing in general. Need to have something waterproof especially if you are outside a lot. For example I walk my dog every day so I needed a good waterproof outerwear that's warm and has easily accessible pockets for putting dog stuff inside.
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Mine are veneered chipboard
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Well it's autumn so really if you're just building for the next 6 months odd then you're looking at layers. Sweaters, parkas, and comfortable clothing in general. Need to have something waterproof especially if you are outside a lot. For example I walk my dog every day so I needed a good waterproof outerwear that's warm and has easily accessible pockets for putting dog stuff inside.
I listen to that. How much have you spent
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Flannels, flannels and more flannels :yes:
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I listen to that. How much have you spent
Unsure really, I don't think I could offer you an accurate number because I'm an eBay bargain hunter at heart. If I'm going to buy anything brand new it will just be absolute basics from H&M/Uniqlo or if I'm going for a nicer piece it could be a sweater by Howlin' which could be about 100 quid. Usually I'll try find a second hand one that's basically brand new though.
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Anything black or leather. :lol:
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hoodies and all black
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Unsure really, I don't think I could offer you an accurate number because I'm an eBay bargain hunter at heart. If I'm going to buy anything brand new it will just be absolute basics from H&M/Uniqlo or if I'm going for a nicer piece it could be a sweater by Howlin' which could be about 100 quid. Usually I'll try find a second hand one that's basically brand new though.
What sort of clothing is important in wardrobes. What is important. So, have you spent 1K roughly
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Unsure really, I don't think I could offer you an accurate number because I'm an eBay bargain hunter at heart. If I'm going to buy anything brand new it will just be absolute basics from H&M/Uniqlo or if I'm going for a nicer piece it could be a sweater by Howlin' which could be about 100 quid. Usually I'll try find a second hand one that's basically brand new though.
I'll buy a jacket
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