New jacket & dress

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New jacket & dress

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Hi,

due to a nice and warm weather we have been walking around the Prague and we went to see the Marian Column Sundial function during the weekend. Hope you will enjoy my outfit with the new jacket. :-)
We have also new post on our blog about the historical consequences of this Sundial. If it might interest you, you can find it here:
https://www.gender-blender.com/2020/09/20/marian-column-as-sundial/

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You’ve got a great sense of style I really like everything about your look 👀
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Shilo wrote:
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You’ve got a great sense of style I really like everything about your look 👀
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GB I think the dress and the jacket are a fantastic combination. They look great on you!!! :D :D
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BTW. The jacket is from Zara Woman collection, and it's first women's jacket that fits my body shape.
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Fred in Skirts wrote:
Mon Sep 21, 2020 5:59 pm
GB I think the dress and the jacket are a fantastic combination. They look great on you!!! :D :D
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Very nice, Vlasta.
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Great look!

Ps the website keeps coming up with a request to subscribe for mailings. There is no way to get rid of it on my phone. Any ideas? I keep having to put stupid imaginary email addresses to get rid of the pop up.
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That looks very smart.
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Really very nice, GB. Perfect length and flow of hem and the jacket is just perfect too.

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You look fabulous sir. I wish a lot more men would dare to wear clothes from the other side of the aisle.
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Kirbstone wrote:
Tue Sep 22, 2020 4:40 am
Really very nice, GB. Perfect length and flow of hem and the jacket is just perfect too.

Is that the Old Town Square you're standing in?

Tom
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Ray wrote:
Mon Sep 21, 2020 10:09 pm
Great look!

Ps the website keeps coming up with a request to subscribe for mailings. There is no way to get rid of it on my phone. Any ideas? I keep having to put stupid imaginary email addresses to get rid of the pop up.
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It should show up only once. I have tested it on my iPhone using Safari and Edge browser, and it doesn't pop up more than once. And if you touch outside the window, it disappear. And I allowed the close sign to appear in the right top corner. Hope it will help. :D
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Nice jacket there, GB, the gold buttons really make it pop! And it paired nicely with your dress. Well done! :D
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That's very well done, indeed, GB. Bravo.

Are there any shots of the sundial monument itself, or just the shadow?
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