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  • PoppyBean

    I like the white shift dress…except it is way too short! The rest are not for me!!

  • ArianaAuburn

    All of these looks are very similar to the stuff I reject when I go to the thrift stores. Half of the asymmetrical outfits look like they were sewn by people who can’t sew. You are not unfashionable. You dress very well for all sorts of occasions (work, leisure, etc).

  • suzi

    All that counts is that “THEY” think they look good! Ha Ha.. never mind what the rest of us think. The part about the article I like best? The comments below! Look at how many people “went along with the vibe” by saying how “rockin'” those outfits are. THAT’S what cracks me up; and I bet a ton of bricks, none of them would dare wear any of them! (still laughing…..) Thanks for the chuckle.

  • Ali @ Anything You Want

    Haha I feel this way all the time! Especially with the new trend of boxy, shapeless clothes for women. Women have shape – why hide it?!

    • save. spend. splurge.

      I think for the boxy shapeless trend, it depends on HOW boxy and shapeless. I have some looser shifts and tops that drape well on my body but I don’t look like a bag lady…

  • Sophie

    Yes, there are plenty of times when some outfits are described as chic, and I would rather be accused for having grandma taste, than agree. Olivia Palermo has a very special place in my heart, since way too many times, her so- called “chic” outfits almost caused me a heart attack.

  • Revanche

    *laughs* I’m glad I clicked through instead of hiding because I was going to say YOU? Unfashionable?? I don’t dare ask what I’d be called in comparison then šŸ˜€

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