Celeb Style That Is Wearable

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Celeb Style That Is Wearable

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this is a neat look and is so easily wearable?
Had to post it - thought it might give some inspiration, or stir some discussion?

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image did not show up!! :(
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Fred in Skirts wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:58 am
image did not show up!! :(
what about this one then?

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To me, the look is quite balanced but I wouldn't wear it - as short as it is.
I'ld need to "Modify" the length of the items to create a balance on my frame.
Personally, I don't care for anything "short" or above the knee as I'm 6' 2" tall.
I like the hem line to be knee length or just below the knee to keep an over-all
balanced look on my 'fuller figure'.

Just my $.02 worth ;)

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I think she looked at the café saw some of Your outfits and copied them

By the way I think that you do a better job of matching the shoes and bag to rest of the outfit.

But I do like the outfit If I looked that good I would wear it

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oldsalt1 wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 10:36 am
By the way I think that you do a better job of matching the shoes and bag to rest of the outfit.

But I do like the outfit If I looked that good I would wear it
thanks OldSalt,

I try to be cordinated but I still think she's done a great job too. I think the pumps in particular are a gorgeous nude for her legs - just perfect choice of the right nude - and her CLs come in a variety of nudes - so she got it spot on!

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Looking again I guess your right the shoes do match the blouse

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I really like that one. I would wear it in a heart beat.

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Looks great, though I'll wait for Storm Ciara to pass as I wouldn't want the wind affecting the skirt and me showing more than I planned to :shock: :mrgreen:
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nzfreestyler wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 6:03 am
Fred in Skirts wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:58 am
image did not show up!! :(
what about this one then?

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Oh yes it sure did!!! Wow those are some legs and the skirt is nice too... :lol:
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new2skirts wrote:
Mon Feb 10, 2020 5:25 pm
Looks great, though I'll wait for Storm Ciara to pass as I wouldn't want the wind affecting the skirt and me showing more than I planned to :shock: :mrgreen:
I think that’s the reason one of our recycling boxes have gone missing... :twisted:
So it’s another convulted phone call to Mendip District Council to get 2 new ones - one is broken anyway...

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Hmm! Interesting! That ensemble is both tasteful and very stylish. Love the clutch! I’m sure I could make that outfit work.
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hey guys we can all use a good laugh in the morning
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Old Salt, I like your look. This points out that at least a few of us can easily wear the short styles.

Great!

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:D Oldsalt I can see that this outfit is very well fitted to you. I like the way you are able to pull it off. Keep up the good work.. :salut:
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