I lend and I borrow.
Not often, but I do both.

Blue printed trousers and top H&M - Black blazer Nine West - Red flats Franco Sarto
However not with everyone.
It's a small select group of people, 
those that have been "tested".

And by tested I mean that I have lent things to them 
-usually clothes- and these have been returned:
on time

Of course if I borrow from someone,
my pledge is also to return it on time
and clean-

How about you, what are your borrowing/lending policies ?


Closet Fashionista said...

Ooh, this look is so much fun!! And I don't usually borrow or lend, but I did just borrow a dress from Lydia. Wore it twice, cleaned it and it is now safely waiting for our next meetup, haha

{The Perfect Palette} said...

Returning borrowed items on time is so sweet. I hate it when I loan something out and they can't return it in a timely manner :)

The Perfect Palette

Londyn said...

Oh my goodness I am drooling over this look!! It's so bold, yet not overstated - you still see you in it if ya know what I mean.

Ditto on the borrow / lend situation. Very rarely do I do this and the favor should be returned!! :)

Suzanne Carillo Style Files said...

Oh my...what stunning rings and nails! Very cool.

I pretty much only lend to my sister. No one else I know is my size so that makes it easy. I do borrow from hubby sometimes.


LyddieGal said...

Well, my sister takes pretty much whatever she wants, usually without asking (or asking after she's already taken). I give her the same courtesy.

Chic on the Cheap

Mica said...

Love that print!

I used to lend and borrow clothes a lot when I still lived at my parents with my sister, now I tend to share accessories, letting friends and my sister borrow bags and clutches for a while. I'm happy to do so as long as they take care of them, which they always do :)

Kim Alston said...

With my height, it's hard! LOL So mine is mine unfortunately.

Anonymous said...

Hmm, I don't think anyone's ever asked me to borrow anything, but then I'm not the same size as any of my friends. Wait, I remember loaning my sister a sweater 20 plus years ago, and it got ruined when some kids at her high school poured a can of soda from the balcony. I'm still bitter. ;)

I guess if someone did ask to borrow something, I'd be flattered that they liked my clothes, but I'd struggle, wondering if they were going to return it intact.