How often do you repeat your clothes?

How often do you repeat your clothes? Does it happened to you that you wore the same outfit for maybe a week? Have you ever been tagged as a outfit repeater? I think it doesn’t really matter as long as you are comfortable and you can carry yourself well. All that matters is looking good and feeling awesome!

This set has become my winter favourite even though it might look quite dull sometimes. When it comes to getting dressed I go through phases with my clothes and I somehow land choosing this combination over and over again.

This light coloured slightly pleated cotton pant goes well with any bright shirts or sweaters. My bottom wear features a tapered cut, slant front pockets, belt loops and concealed zip fastening. Scarves are the safest accessories to team up with your outfit during winter. It goes well with your sweater. If you think of layering you can try a scarf with your blazers too. Don’t leave it at home. I chose a pair of white flat pumps to keep it more simple. You can try out some different colour pumps matching the colour of your shirt or the blazer.

So what do you think of clothes repetition? Do you get any comments when you repeat your most comfortable jeans or t-shirt? Do let me know your answers.

What I wore?
White vintage tapered pant from Girlfriend, Gangtok.
Silk Scarf from Chennai, Mahabalipuram.
Sweater from UCB.
Shoe from Hush Puppies.
Bag from Freelook, Gangtok.
Stay stylish, keep smiling and keep repeating your clothes like I do.. :P And yes don’t forget to leave your comments below.

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8 Responses to How often do you repeat your clothes?

  1. vivek says:

    superb deepa really appreciate the stripes and light-coloured pants …both of them work fabulous with each other :D

  2. Gloria says:

    I discovered your blog randomly. I must say I am floored by your blog. Keep up the good work.

  3. Soumi says:

    You look so cute and innocent! The whole look is dewy-fresh! That scarf is from Chennai? Chalo,one more reason to think about the Hindu internship. :-P

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