Strangest Item of Clothing You Own

  • Oscar Wilde

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    We all have items of clothing we wish we'd never bought. We all have items of clothing we absolutely adore, but our friends are embarrased to be seen with us in.

    So...what's the strangest item of clothing you ever bought?
    October 31st, 2008 at 08:26pm
  • skullring

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    My peasant boots. :tehe:
    They look like they're from the 15oo's and they have all these rips in them.
    October 31st, 2008 at 08:43pm
  • mayday.

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    My Belly Chain.
    Don't ask.
    It's...an odd story
    October 31st, 2008 at 10:37pm
  • howtrueisthetruth

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    Eh, let me think......

    Okay, got it, once I bought this giant tee shirt that went past me knees when I was wearing it, and it just said CHEESE on it.
    My mom said that I had to keep it even though I wanted to take it back and get my 15 bucks back.
    November 1st, 2008 at 02:54pm
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    These really odd black shoes with elastic over the top. They were kinda a cross between school shoes and trainers. They had an enormous chunky heal. Dead strange, if you ask me..
    But something made me make my Mum by them for me.
    November 1st, 2008 at 08:45pm
  • junioramazon.

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    I used to have these fluorescent (I'm not kidding, they where full on Neon) pink tracksuit bottoms.
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    I thought they where freakin' awesome at the time. I realise now, that they looked ridiculous, but they made people stare, which is why I still like them :XD
    November 1st, 2008 at 09:48pm
  • cups and cakes.

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    Well, I used to have a corset belt. But I ended up selling it on TradeMe coz I never wore it. It was fucking awesome though, & the only people who have/had them in Blenhole is my group of friends.
    November 2nd, 2008 at 02:24am
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    Uh, probably my pokemon belt. I didn't buy it, but I bought the belt.
    Then I taped pokemon cards to it. I used to think it was awesome, and now I just think it was a little strange.
    November 2nd, 2008 at 06:44pm
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    a VERY colourful jacket with pictures of Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Who and various symbols of the '70s on it

    i love it
    but it goes with nothing and makes me look enormous...

    :P
    November 3rd, 2008 at 01:05am
  • Teen Distortion.

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    falling into life.:
    Uh, probably my pokemon belt. I didn't buy it, but I bought the belt.
    Then I taped pokemon cards to it. I used to think it was awesome, and now I just think it was a little strange.
    That sounds seriously cool. :mrgreen:
    I really like my gypsy skirts, but I get called a gypsy wearing them.
    And it doesn't really bother me, they're all colorful and whoa.
    November 3rd, 2008 at 02:34am
  • samiikitty

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    I own a banana suit, and no I don't use it for Halloween.

    If I'm too lazy or staying at home, I put on a tank-top, shorts, and slip my banana suit on top c: Try wearing that and going to school lol. I only wore it out of the house a max of...5 times c:

    Hm..there's another article of clothing but I can't decide what...
    November 4th, 2008 at 11:48pm
  • fun ghoul fez.

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    I have this really long, black, knitted sweater... kind of. It's not knitted, but it is at the same time. Anyways, it's really long, like a Jedi robe and the hood goes over my entire face when I put it up.

    It would be perfect except the damn thing has no buttons so it doesn't close! :cheese:
    But it's comfy and warm, so I love it. :)
    November 5th, 2008 at 04:26am
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    Matthew Leone.:
    I have this really long, black, knitted sweater... kind of. It's not knitted, but it is at the same time. Anyways, it's really long, like a Jedi robe and the hood goes over my entire face when I put it up.

    It would be perfect except the damn thing has no buttons so it doesn't close! :cheese:
    But it's comfy and warm, so I love it. :)
    WowI have one of those, 'cept mine has no hood.
    But it's more summer-weight than a knit.

    I have tons of frilly shirts, fancy vests and jackets and 80's puff-ball dresses.
    My brother tells me I should be a drag-queen when I grow up.
    November 5th, 2008 at 10:46am
  • Oscar Wilde

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    :tehe: Jedi robe - sounds awesome!
    November 5th, 2008 at 10:07pm
  • fun ghoul fez.

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    Jedi robe is very awesome! :cute:

    It's definitly not meant for summer though, it's heavy. :file:
    November 5th, 2008 at 10:47pm
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    I had these hippy bell bottoms when I was like 11 that went from dark blue at the top to this really really washed out color on the bottom. They had these jewels glued on the bottom and they also glowed in the dark. Big pimpin :file:

    I also had hot hot hot pink bell bottoms that just looked ridiculous.
    November 6th, 2008 at 06:22am
  • heliophilous.

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    My whole life I'd been really quite a girly girl with lots of dresses but I got this cracking pair of cherry red patent Dr. Martins and I wore them with this a long-sleeve top the same colour red and a pair of black trousers and braces. I was like a little skin-head.

    It was strange but I look back with pride. I looked totally awesome. (;

    I think I get my current style from my former 10 year old self.

    The strangest thing I own now? A vintage pink polka-dot shift dress with a pencil-skirt like bottom.
    Circa the late 1970's/ early 1980's.
    It's a size too small for me. I wore it at halloween, I looked so cool. (;
    November 7th, 2008 at 01:15am
  • ChemicallyImbalanced

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    I own a playsuit. :shifty

    You know those one piece out fits? Kind of like Katy Perry wears?
    Yeah I have one of them. I don't even know when I'd use it, let alone why I bought it. :lmfao
    November 7th, 2008 at 10:57am
  • itsmelindav

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    i have a braclet i made from the cuff of one of my dad's old work shirts.

    Its like brownish gray with random white and red lines through it.

    (my dad is actually colorblind)
    November 7th, 2008 at 09:54pm
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    This top that has drawstrings on the side to crunch it up a bit. Bad description, I don't how to describe it actually.
    November 10th, 2008 at 02:39pm