Number packed: 6 (I think) + 2 I've acquired.
Number worn: all of them.
As you can see, dots and stripes dominate my t-shirt collection. I do have one t-shirt in blue that I got at H&M in Europe. It's really lightweight and easy to wear in the heat. I also have a grey t-shirt with a cute unicorn print on it. TBH, I laid out all my t-shirts on my bed, nicely folded to take a photo but, when I upload the pictures from my camera realised I hadn't actually taken the photo!
Not many mistakes with t-shirts. I wear them all but I did pack a sheer shirt with a dog print on it that I never wear. It needs a singlet under it and I wear all my singlets for sleeping. I have two black and white striped t-shirts but I wear them both because one is short and the other is a long, tunic style. For cooler weather, I just slip a long sleeved Uniqlo Heat Tech top underneath.
I have one t-shirt that I just wear for Arashi concerts. I intend getting a lot of wear out of that! Then, after the concerts are over, I'll send it home with my sister.
Number packed: 2
Number worn: 1
I have a H&M basic black skirt, just a tube style skirt that comes above the knee. It's the only thing I wear with my t-shirts. Sometimes I wish I had another skirt (because that one is in the wash) but I've not found anything I'd actually get the wear out of. My one skirt goes with everything and is easy to wear. Long enough to wear without tights but not so long that it hides my legs since they are my best feature :)
I actually started travelling with a different yet similar skirt but it got a bit worn so I bought this one and threw the old one out. That's disgustingly fast fashion but sometimes you have to do it. Both of them were less than $10.
I packed a pair of shorts but rarely wear them. I don't feel that comfortable in them and they have a button fly which isn't good when you have an ample belly.
Number packed: 3
Number worn: 3
I love a good cardigan and could've packed 15 of them if I had the space. I'm so used to the constantly changing weather in Melbourne that I rarely leave the house without one even if it's stinking hot outside.
I have one long cardigan. I mean super long, almost to the ankles. It's fantastic and doubles up as a blanket for travelling. The only issue with it is that if I'm travelling in hot weather, it's bulky to pack but definitely worth the space.
One thin, red cardigan. Because I have a lot of black and white clothes, red works for me. Although it's a pain when I'm wearing red because red on red is never that good.
One short sleeved black cardigan. Cute and vintage looking but not so practical. It's thick, often too thick for hot weather but the short sleeves make it too cold to wear in the cold weather. Still, I can wear it buttoned up over dresses to mix the look up a bit. I could also wear it buttoned up as a top but never have.