9 Things Only People Sharing Clothes With A Sibling Will Know
Original Reporting: CLEO.com.sg | Hidayah Idris Additional Reporting: Cheryl Chan
What’s yours is mine. What’s mine is mine. If you thought that saying only applies to couples, you’re quite wrong. Sometimes we apply the same rule to our family members, especially our siblings. With siblings in the house, you might think this means double or sometimes triple the amount of stuff you could utilize, especially when it comes to clothes. Need a formal dress? Hey, your elder sister has three that might work. Looking to work the oversized blazer trend? If you’re nice to your younger brother, he might loan it to you.
Celebs, they’re just like us! Kendall Jenner ended up getting into a massive fight with her sister Kylie when Kylie wouldn’t allow her to borrow one of her dresses.
But living together with siblings in such close quarters might also mean not getting along with each other all the time. Hell, sometimes you even want to murder each other just for existing. “I can wear your clothes any time, but you need permission to wear mine.”— sound familiar? We can totally relate.
If you’re one of those who share clothes with your siblings, here’s nine scenarios that you’re all too familiar with.
1. They haven’t worn that shirt in months but the moment you want to wear it, it’s on their body.