Do you wear the same outfit every day? Tell us about it

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While many of us can’t wait to get dressed up and go out once lockdown ends, for others, the change in government regulations will have little impact on future fashion choices. “Uniform dressing” – wearing the same outfit, or variations of it, every day – has long been a popular option for those who do not wish to spend time putting together a fresh look each day. And, with notable fans including Karl Lagerfeld, Steve Jobs and Fran Lebowitz, some have even deemed uniform dressing to be key to career success.

With this in mind, we’d love to know if you subscribe to uniform dressing – especially if you have photos of yourself sporting the same look over many years. How did you settle on your signature style, and what are the advantages of not having to think about what to wear in the morning? Tell us about it below.

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