I dont have a specific brand dominating my wardrobe. I shop at thrift shops and regular stores too from all over. My style is sort of eclectic and vivid. I look at my wardrobe as "costumes" and a form of expression. I've had some pieces since high school...THATS how much I value some of the pieces I've found over time.
My wardrobe runs the gamut. I've got chains, fishnets, decorative Tees, crazy design leggings, exclusive VANS, exclusive Converse, creepers, sequins jackets, African Headwraps etc. I probably own only one real dress...not even, and o my one pair of heels.😏
Yeah. Lots of leggings, flared out skirts and dresses, maxi dresses/skirts, tights, peplum tops, mod/retro looking things. And ballet flats and boots - heels hurt my feet. But now I'm really into high waisted shorts and crop tops as well.
I really like long black sweater things (like that you wear over another shirt), they go with just about everything. Other colors are fine too but black is pretty universal.
I'm a firm believer in tailoring your style to match what you want to achieve. There's a difference between dressing well and dressing sexy.
If you want to dress well, lay down the extra cash and get some plain Dior jeans, James Perse t-shirts and Maison Martin Margiela sneakers. Your appearance is important, it shows that you take pride in yourself, so don't be afraid to chuck a large budget in the way of style.
If you want to dress "sexy" do some research on what brands girls find hot. Typically this includes Abercrombie & Fitch and its sister brand, Hollister. Pick outfits which accentuate your body, v-necks are a good choice if you have strong pectoral definition. Keep everything very slim fitted to show off how in shape you are.
My wardrobe mainly consists of Margiela pieces right now, though the quality varies greatly (the shirts are very poor whilst the jeans are solid). I also have a lot of t-shirts, reason being that they're pretty cheap compared to everything else so I get tempted to pick them up far more often than I should.