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pedersen89, the darker the better

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Thank you for the feedback!

I'll go with the first combo for this occasion, but with a black handkerchief as you suggested, mulletboy.

If I want to use it another time, what would then suit this blazer?

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blue-white striped shoes... but i don't know where to get em :-)

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pedersen89: I would wear the blazer with a black shirt (open on the last button, you know.. My english is not that good, hard to explain), no tie (or a 4mm silver/black-striped tie), some tight, black pants (perhaps a little shiny?) or black skinny-jeans. And some pointy dress-shoes.

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Definatly the black shirt, I prefer the 2nd but the 1st is cool too

I'm having a girls night out this weekend and I want to wear my new dress, but not really sure what style shoes would go with it. I've taken a pic of a couple of options....what do you think?

If its pretty chilly I'll wear it over skinny jeans....but then what shoes do I wear with those?

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amerie, i really like the 1st look, cause it lengthens your legs. the second doesn't flatter as much.

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i wore this yesterday and someone said the top doesnt work with the wide legged pants... actualy i personally thot it worked ok.i was told that this top or look goes better with slimmer cut pants/.bottom!!(p.s. i HATE slim cut trousers. its gotta be wide legged or cuffed for me, slim leg trousers look too prissy on me)
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i think the shirt and wide pants are just fine...
i just think that those pants are a bit big for you...
i'd like them to be more fitted around the hips and then get wider in the leg...they would also look good with a wide cuff...imo...


*i would also cut off the excess length on the belt that is just hanging there...

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i wore this yesterday and someone said the top doesnt work with the wide legged pants... actualy i personally thot it worked ok.i was told that this top or look goes better with slimmer cut pants/.bottom!!(p.s. i HATE slim cut trousers. its gotta be wide legged or cuffed for me, slim leg trousers look too prissy on me)
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What was this person smoking? :p I think the top is perfect for wide-legged pants, but agree with softgrey, would like to see them fit perfectly at the top (tailor), and then get wide. I think you could go a lot wider actually with that top

PS Demand credentials from the critic next time

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Amerie ~ 1st look!!

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Thanks Sea and Sophie, wore it with jeans and those shoes last night and felt great

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I need help. I like the skinny jean look, but I think it probably looks ridiculous on me and legs are not skinny enough to pull it off. I need some reassurance. Would I be an idiot to consider going out in public wearing these? Has this trend already passed?

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Moo you look great! If you're worried about wearing skinnies though, I'd put them with a slightly longer top that skims over your hips, thats what I do and it makes me feel a bit more streamlined.

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No problem at all with this look, Moo!! You look great!

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It looks really great! Go ahead!

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