Combining pieces

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Uncle Al
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Combining pieces

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I combined this "Swing Dress"
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With this Shirt
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The blue color really matches quite well.
I did the same in red but the 'reds' don't really match.
The dress was purchased 'On-line' and the shirt was 'in-store'.
Different manufacturers but, this time, it worked out quite well :D

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That could certainly work, but one of the sublime joys I find about dresses is their utter simplicity -- "one and done", as it were. No worrying about what'll match or the like; they're the ultimate in simple no-decisions rigs. Why they're not more popular with the gals baffles me.
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