By Thanksmom - United States - Riverside
Today, my mom yelled at me for going through her closet for some warmer clothes. She had a rant about taking her clothes without her permission, all while wearing a pair of my boots and one of my sweaters. FML
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It does not matter if the mother bought the clothes, if they were purchased with the intention of being for her kid, then they are not the mother's clothes, they are the kid's clothes, so they actually have all the say. It's controlling and manipulative to claim entitlement over something when you get something for someone else. It's almost like giving a gift, if you purchase something for someone else, it now belong to them, which means you need to ask if you want to use it.

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By  InfiniteSunshine  |  32

My best friend had a similar problem, only part was her mom would not only wear her clothes, but completely take them and put them in her own closet. Sometimes she'd get new clothes, only wear them once, and then they'd disappear and she'd find it months/years later in her mom's closet. Eventually she got fed up and put a lock on her bedroom door because she was tired of her clothes going missing.
I think it's fine to share clothes, but ask permission first, unless there's a mutual understanding that you're going to share. Also, don't be hypocritical, if you use other people's clothes, you can't complain about them using yours.