I agree with you. The outfit is sharp. But, I don’t understand the frayed edge jeans, either.
I love the orange touch too, such a change from a red bag. Prince of Wales check has always been a big favorite and I managed to find a nice looking tailored trouser and a casual jogger pant in this pattern recently. I rarely ever wear jeans other than when working in the garden, and would never venture out in those frayed bottoms - or the ripped knees ones! White boots were back in the 60's - GOGO boots - and those my age all wore them. I don't like them now, make big feet (which I have - 10) even larger looking! I want to know more about the hair 'styles' of today Marsha. I grew mine out longer so I could pull it back - took two years - and in October when they took my photo for my new driver's license I immediately called my stylist and told her I was coming in for a haircut! I disliked having hair which only looked good the day I washed it and spent an hour blowing out to straighten. I'm back to my chin length blunt bob and at last feel neat and tidy again - will leave those longer tresses to the young!!!I just posted on winter coats - love the curly fabrics for this season! How about you?Happy weekend dear - Mary
I've NEVER been a fan of the frayed jeans, even though I was a child of the 70's. The orange bag? To die for.
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