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Do you generally dress for comfort or for good looks?

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At home, it's all about comfort. When I go outdoors, I try to dress for both. If dressing for something fancy, then I try to do both again, but looking good takes priority.
by Vee
When I am home, I almost always dress for comfort.

However when I go out, I mostly dress for good looks.

Very occasionally I will dress for comfort when going to my volunteer job as we wear aprons over our clothes so they are not seen.

When it is really cold I prefer to dress for comfort also, as I feel the cold and dressing for good looks in winter often leaves me feeling cold.
by Finy
I don't see why this is an either/or situation. Surely it is possible to be comfortable AND look good? I believe that most of the time that is what I do, though to be honest I don't really care what anyone else thinks of my appearance so the looking good side of things is purely to please myself rather than worrying about the opinions of others.
I don't have different outfits for being at home or being out, it's all one and the same for me. If I like an item of clothing then I wear it, if I don't like it I don't wear it!
Verity -I am not like that -e.g. in winter I wear track suit pants and I would not wear these out of the house as I think they look sloppy. I have good clothes that I would not wear round the house.
by Finy
I think we are very different in this respect! Whilst I have never left the house in my pyjamas, except when I went into labour in the middle of the night, I just don't own any clothes that I couldn't go out in and feel perfectly smart for any occasion. And everything I wear is comfortable, it has to be as I have various health problems that mean I couldn't tolerate wearing something that was irritating or uncomfy.
I dress for comfort and also for the ease of doing my clothing up,as I have trouble using my hands and fingers .I figure that even my comfortable clothes are still attractive,especially when I am out and about. I tend to be a little less particular when at home by myself though!!! My dogs still love me no matter what I am wearing!!!
Now comfort, and a little dress up too.
My days of glam are gone, and not too soon.
I love being able to keep it simple :)
I hear you, sister! :-))
by Rice
thank you sister :)
by jonaj
Yep comfort plus at home, make an effort when I go out.
by Fran
When I was younger I dressed for fashion. These days I primarily dress for comfort. That doesn't however mean that I'm gonna go around looking frumpy in the name of comfort.
Always both but at home its more for comfort
I bit of both - I have to feel comfortable in what I am wearing out otherwise I won't look good in it
by AJ
I believe that if you are dressed comfortably you will generally look awesome! I go a bit of both - I dress in clothes that look good, suit my body and feel comfortable!
Always for both. Comfort often wins.
I try as best as possible to dress for comfort.

As I work from home, I love to dress up when I go out to networking functions, shopping, church, etc. But I do like to be comfortable! As I am a sewer, I do like to make some of my own clothes so it's easy to make them look good and comfortable.
Good looking, suitable to me, when I go out, both Seasons.

At home T-shirt & daggy shorts will do, & trackie-daks in Winter!
I am a comfort dresser.
I like to look good when I go out so dress accordingly.
I like to be comfortable at home, and usually wear something which is both comfortable and pretty.
I think if you look good, you feel good, even if it is only at home.
I dress for comfort and to be neat and tidy. I have the short round "duck's" disease so clothes are not something I wear with panache. For going out I try for black pants and striking tops to look dressy.
by Rice
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