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    beach wedding attireFragrance is personal, and each one smells differently on everyone. homecoming dresses for junior So, it”s most important that you find one that makes you feel good and you like the scent of. Creed”s Love in White smells divine to me, but there are other options. Go to a perfume counter at a department store or a specialty makeup/fragrance shop and sniff away. Don”t buy until you”ve waited awhile and see how the fragrance develops on you. For reference, I really like the book “Perfumes: the A-Z Guide” by Luca Turin and Tania Sanchez.Hi Janet and Holly, I like clothes but have a tough time figuring out shoe wear. What do you do in those in-between seasons when if you”re like me your feet are sickly-looking pale and, well, just naturally not too attractive (big toes) — despite fake tan and nail polish? I live at the beach in SoCal and I”m a mostly casual, 40-year-old, who likes to be kind of natural, semi-hippy look (embroidery and macrame are featured prominently, yet tastefully.) I want to wear flats, both because heels at the beach look dumb and I”m fairly tall, but not sure what looks good. Skinny jeans and ballet flats? Are clogs at all in? Gladiator sandals that hide the feet? cheap homecoming dresses for juniors Thanks for your insights. Love these chats!What about a more covered-up summery option, such as a woven-leather huarache sandal or a peep-toe flat? Skinny-to-straight leg jeans with ballet flats is a classic look, especially if your jeans are hemmed to just above the ankle. Or swap the jeans for a relaxed pair of cotton trousers (no pleats!) and wear them cuffed with simple black flats for a Jackie O-on-vacation vibe. Steer clear of the clogs — they”re being forced on us as a spring trend, but in reality, they still don”t look any better than they did in the early 90s. If you go gladiator, opt for more timeless, simple designs (as opposed to ones with tons of studding/embellishment), as they”ll have staying power and feel more age-appropriate.Hi! I have been obsessed with trying to find a pair of black ankle pants for the summer. I have narrowed my choices down to a pair from Express and a pair from J Crew. The problem is, even getting the smallest sizes they have (00), I”ll still have to make some alterations. The pair from J Crew will need to be taken in a little around the waist and oddly, let out at the knees. The Express pants will need to be taken in a lot at the waist (like a whole size). Which pair would be the better buy? Also, where is a good place in the DC area to have them altered homecoming dresses for junior ? I”m hoping the pants and alterations will come out under $100. Thanks!First off, let”s start with the pants — a couple pairs of good- quality, dark-wash jeans that fit properly (not too tight and not too baggy) are essential. If your body type is average, try Gap and Levi”s; if you”re on the slimmer side, try a fashion-forward brand like Nudie. Then move on to casual trousers: flat-front chinos are a good alternative to jeans cheap homecoming dresses under 100 , and they work with everything from loafers to Keds to high-tops. Look for pairs in classic khaki, gray and navy. For shirts, make sure your button-downs fit your body — this is where a slim-cut shirt can make a world of difference if your frame is on the smaller side. Stock up on simple v-neck or crewneck tees in solid colors (graphic tees are starting to feel a bit tired at this point). Finish your look with lightweight cardigans or blazers while the weather is still a little chilly.No reason why you can”t be well-dressed, chic and elegant at a social event — look for modern, clean silhouettes, like shift dresses and A-line skirts) in solid colors or simple prints. Nothing loud, fussy or wildly patterned — save the crazy prints for smaller accessories, like shoes and bags. I”d start at a brick-and-mortar store like Betsy Fisher, Proper Topper, Talnots or Ann Taylor, and once you find what fits and flatters you, branch out to online shopping — LL Bean Signature and Lands” End Canvas are two new lines from mega retailers that have timeless (but not boring) pieces that might work for you.I have a dilemma: I have a second interview tomorrow for a job, which came about completely unexpectedly. The issue, it”s also my anniversary tomorrow and my husband and I were going to do lunch and a museum together, drop me off and then go somewhere for dinner. To boot, I work in a creative field and really have no “power suits” to wear, since I”ve been at my current job for quite some time. I went to a couple of places to maybe find something but, I”m petite and seemed to have put on a little weight over the winter and it seemed like nothing fit! I was thinking a printed silk blouse with pants, a sweater and some peep-toe heels? FWIW, the place I”m interviewing at is business-casual but I”d like to look nice and professional. Thanks!Good for you! I”m actually getting back into sewing by pattern as well — if you have the space/time/skills for it, it can be very rewarding. Tunic-style dresses and tops are still a good bet for summer, and they”re relatively easy to make in an afternoon. Shift dresses in cotton and linen are another good option, but once you get into linings, etc, they get a bit more complicated. Circle skirts are a breeze, as are vests and boleros. I highly recommend any of the Built By Wendy books — I just got a copy of her Dresses book and it”s been very inspiring.Unfortunately, the brick-and-mortar boutiques in the city don”t necessarily lend themselves to plus-sized shopping, so as much as I”m loathe to say it, homecoming dresses for junior heading to a mall might be the most effective, cheap homecoming dresses for junior efficient way to find what you”re looking for. Pentagon City Mall has Lane Bryant homecoming dresses for junior , Macy”s and Nordstrom, and you can supplement with cheaper cheap homecoming dresses for junior , trendier items from Forever 21″s plus-size range, cheap homecoming dresses for juniors as well. I”d highly recommend going on a weekday to avoid the crush of tourists/high school kids. Good luck!Atypical Mother of the Bride DressI”m getting married in June and my mom wants to wear a long evening gown. I think the typical mother of the bride dresses with little jackets are very aging and would like to see her in something a little more unique but not too trendy. One of the biggest problems is that she needs something with a higher neckline as to hide a scar on her chest. We”ve tried the usual department stores (Nordstrom, Saks, Neimans, etc.) with no luck – most necklines are too low for her. Where can a mid-50″s woman find an elegant and not-too-revealing evening gown that is also not frumpy??Unlike a poster a few weeks ago, I don”t think it”s ever a good idea to wear shirts untucked at the office. Now that (FINALLY) one can find t-shirts that extend past your natural waist homecoming dresses cheap , are there any companies/brands that make white shirts–oxfords or similar styles–that actually stay tucked in? And where, pray tell, does one find these, short of having one made, or buying men”s shirts, which then have too much in the arms and the body? It”s ridiculous to try to wear what”s on the mkt now unless you”re wandering around like a slob.Cover-up for sundress/ (wedding)Hello! I am going to a wedding in Los Angeles next Saturday – a catholic wedding in the morning and early afternoon reception at a hotel. I would recommend that beyond choosing orthotic inserts for her shoes, the chatter look at brands themselves that cater to comfort: Aerosoles, MeToo, Sofft, Cole Haan–all for dressy but comfy shoes. I wish you luck! My personal faves are Aerosoles and MeToo! Bonus tip: Aerosoles has a side line of shoes specifically for DSW and Zappos (and other shoe warehouses, I imagine) called What”s What. Look for those in stores nationwide ;)Lucky girl! The short list: Comfy slim-fit or boyfriend-style jeans; solid color long-sleeve and short-sleeve tees; one simple dress; a cardigan; a casual blazer; a couple lightweight scarves; and one of each — ballet fl
    ats, moderate heels and flat sandals. And don”t forget a good carryall and a pair of sunglasses. I”d recommend skimping on the jewelry you pack and pick up some interesting pieces at the markets (my personal motto anytime I travel). PS I was a high school exchange student in Toledo and absolutely loved it!

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