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Postby TheAnswer » Thu Jan 30, 2014 7:52 am

How many sets of CNY clothes did you buy?
How many wardrobe full of clothes do you have?

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Re: Clothes

Postby clay569 » Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:44 am

2 sets.
One 4-door wardrobe and 2 other drawers

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Re: Clothes

Postby slmkhoo » Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:54 am

Nil. Bought 1 shirt for my husband and kids had new clothes for Christmas/birthday.

1 2-door rail and 1 1-door shelf.
Husband has about the same, and my 2 teen girls share 1 2-door wardrobe and a few drawers.
Winter clothes for whole family are stored in a wooden chest.

We intentionally try to keep our clothes inventory low!

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Re: Clothes

Postby TheAnswer » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:37 am

I think I should be embarrassed of myself..
My boys have I think 5 sets of new clothes each and I have more sets compared to them..

I have tidied up my wardrobes but a lot of clothes I can't bear to dispose them.. I can still fit into them though they appear a little worn out..

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Re: Clothes

Postby slmkhoo » Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:59 am

I dislike shopping and I don't care much about clothes, so I usually only replace clothes when they are quite worn, and I will discard clothes if I don't think I will wear them again. My kids seem to shaping up the same way. They won't shop for clothes until what they have looks so bad that I insist. Their recent infusion of new clothes was given by grandma and aunt who have probably decided that if they don't, my girls will be in tatters!

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Re: Clothes

Postby Funz » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:11 am

DH has more clothes than me. He took over our entire bedroom wardrobe and I have only 1 lower rack the size of 1 panel and 1 drawer. Most of my clothes are hanging in DS's wardrobe as his clothes are all folded so he uses only the drawers.

For CNY, I have 1 dress and a few new tops. DS has 3 new sets, DD has 3 new sets. DH, I have no idea, he comes back with new clothes all the time.

Now lets talk about shoes. :lol:

I have 5 new pairs :oops: , DD and DS each have 2 new pairs and DH, well none.

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Re: Clothes

Postby TheAnswer » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:16 am

Funz wrote:DH has more clothes than me. He took over our entire bedroom wardrobe and I have only 1 lower rack the size of 1 panel and 1 drawer. Most of my clothes are hanging in DS's wardrobe as his clothes are all folded so he uses only the drawers.

For CNY, I have 1 dress and a few new tops. DS has 3 new sets, DD has 3 new sets. DH, I have no idea, he comes back with new clothes all the time.

Now lets talk about shoes. :lol:

I have 5 new pairs :oops: , DD and DS each have 2 new pairs and DH, well none.


Wah.. 5 pairs.. That's a lot.. How many pairs in total now? I have 2 new pairs of shoes.. Haven't been able to convince myself to buy somemore..

Where did you buy ur shoes from? I noticed that the quality of pazzion shoes have deteriorated.. I'm probably gonna abandon them soon... On the lookout for new brands..

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Re: Clothes

Postby SarChar » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:27 am

NONE - I just pick a dress from my wardrobe that still has the price tag on :oops: , no shoes too!

5 doors - > 2-doors 2 racks (top rack for blouses, bottom rack for skirts and shorts, jeans folded), 2-doors for dresses, last door has 3 shelves of folded clothes....I am a complusive shopaholic hoarder. :nailbite:

A joke on this- when I am looking for a particular dress to wear but my helper hasn't ironed it...she will ROLL HER EYES and said "surely you can find something else to wear"....but I cant....I must wear that dress! :siam:

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Re: Clothes

Postby ammonite » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:51 am

Bought one pink top that I happened to see. New pjs for boys. Dh bought a pair of shoes. That's it.

Wardrobe - everyone has a two door wardrobe each. I like to buy dresses so I have dresses accumulated from the time when I was 20. Everything else will be regularly tossed out.

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Re: Clothes

Postby ammonite » Thu Jan 30, 2014 10:53 am

SarChar wrote:NONE - I just pick a dress from my wardrobe that still has the price tag on :oops: , no shoes too!

5 doors - > 2-doors 2 racks (top rack for blouses, bottom rack for skirts and shorts, jeans folded), 2-doors for dresses, last door has 3 shelves of folded clothes....I am a complusive shopaholic hoarder. :nailbite:

A joke on this- when I am looking for a particular dress to wear but my helper hasn't ironed it...she will ROLL HER EYES and said "surely you can find something else to wear"....but I cant....I must wear that dress! :siam:

Sarchar,
I agree. Sometimes it MUST be that dress. To fit my mood and the occasion.

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