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Multiple shades

by Rachella K., 21 year old business babe from theonlyfashionprincess[dot]com, Netherlands

12 comments · March 30, 2012

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Rachella K. - Multiple shades
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As promised yesterday, here's the first outfitpost with the bag. I wore this outfit last weekend, when the weather was still delightful. It's a pretty simple look, but I think it's still interesting because of the use of items like the two-toned sunglasses and the ombre sweater. Call me conservative, but I'm always careful with wearing see-through clothes. I want them to look classy, even though most people would say they are less decent than high-necked tops or ladylike dresses. However, I believe see-through clothes do have the potential to look elegant, feminine and classy. When properly styled, a cut-out maxi dress or a sheer shirt can be even more chic than a non-transparent piece. And even though this look isn't intended to be very sophisticated and solid, I think it's important to consider whether the see-through item is still decently enough. Anyway, I think the sweater has passed the test. I love it in combination with the black bandeau bra. It strengthens the feeling of spring!

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Comments (12)

Monika M. Warholá
Beautiful :)
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Cleo Chong
nice bag!:)
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Anna H.
I love your shirt.
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Barbara R.
I love your sweater and this how you wear it!
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Kinga Winiarska
love your bag
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