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Where could I wear this?
I have bunch of things that I am always confused about where could I wear them so that it'll make a perfect appearance…. I mean what place what occasion n stuff like that.

I am sure so many of us will love to share thoughts on this...
So people please post your clothes-shoes-bags jewelry n stuff here that you want to know where to wear them. and please provide suggestions on the things posted by others…

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Black asymmetric dress
I'll start with the first one

I have this dress in Black and I really love the way it fits me and it looks really cute with silver ballets I have...
I have this dress for like a two years but I've never wear that... now I really need to use this one.... Please provide your views where could I wear this??

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^ I would think you could wear it many places--you could wear it casually with the shoes you mention, running errands, or on the weekends--or you could wear it formally with heels as an evening dress to a restaurant. You could wear it to class ... almost anywhere but a formal business environment.

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Thanks fashinista-ta...
you made it much easier... I was little concerned about the asymmetric hem... so needed a second opinion... but I think you are right I can dress it up or dress down and wear it anywhere but a business env

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I have another shirt which is quite similar to the image below except that it has a short puffy sleeves....

its a button down shirt and the color is metalic(silver) so m not sure where would it go best...
any suggestion anyone please?
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I have another shirt which is quite similar to the image below except that it has a short puffy sleeves....

its a button down shirt and the color is metalic(silver) so m not sure where would it go best...
any suggestion anyone please?

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The photo doesn't work...

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The photo doesn't work...
Hey Marianne, reposting the pic
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i have that shirt, and it looks great with some boyfriend jeans, rolled up and platforms...
i've also worn it going out with a black mini, untucked and strappier heels...

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i have that shirt, and it looks great with some boyfriend jeans, rolled up and platforms...
i've also worn it going out with a black mini, untucked and strappier heels...
Thanks for the tip off kimair. would you you wear that to parties only or would it do for the casual evenings too?

actually my shirt is same color but short puffy sleeves. we are goning to casino this coming weekend... I was just concerned my shirt with a blue skinny jean will do for it of would I look overdressed because of the shirt ...

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i think you could definitely make it more casual...if you do the boyfriend jean with flats or flatter sandals...
i think a skinny jean is cool with a more rugged belt and accessories...dress everything else down...
i'm more about being overdressed than underdressed...

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i think you could definitely make it more casual...if you do the boyfriend jean with flats or flatter sandals...
i think a skinny jean is cool with a more rugged belt and accessories...dress everything else down...
i'm more about being overdressed than underdressed...

Thanks Kimair.. I luv your - "better to be overdressed than underdressed" style

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Thanks fashinista-ta...
you made it much easier... I was little concerned about the asymmetric hem... so needed a second opinion... but I think you are right I can dress it up or dress down and wear it anywhere but a business env
Since it's dance-inspired, it has a classic element to it ... so I feel it's 'safer' than another asymmetric dress might be ...

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