NEW YORK, NY,
I know it's a retarded angle of it.Any ideas what to wear with it? I kind of like it...but then I kind of don't, it looks pretty cheap (not in the store picture) after i ordered it.
almost 6 years ago
NEW YORK, NY,
ah thanks! yeah i was definitely going to stay away from florals haha. but colorwise i'm a bit unsure if i'd have a lot to work with.and $17
August 22, 2010
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THE LAND OF OOO,
I really like that bag exspecially how it closes.Where did you get it ?And I agree don't wear it with florals.
yes i love the clasp, i also love how it can be a shoulder or hand held!forever 21.
I think it would look best with an outfit that is mostly one solid colourlike a solid coloured dress in either black, white, or one of the colours of the flowers on the bagdon't wear it with anything with a busy pattern, although something with thick stripes would probably be alright, like jeans and a striped tee or somethingit could also dress up a solid-coloured blazer there are really lots of possibilities
I would wear it with a tight blue dress. But that's just me..
Due to the fact that the bag is really "busy", it would probably be good idea to wear it with something on the plain side. A black or white dress, maybe even red.
I would wear it with jeans and a white vneck. maybe some flats. a nice solid color dress would also work well.that is seriously SUCH a cute purse.
thanks everybody! i think i'll probably stick to neutral/muted colors. solid of course, or a really un-busy pattern.
Taylor C K.
a solid black outfit or dress, a solid color scarf-- a color thats on the bag like blue, pink, orange, or green, and a thin brown belt (if you go with the dress). Thats what I see!
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