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Posted on:5/26/08 9:46 AM
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MagpieJen said... (6/8/08 1:32 AM) Reply
The fabrics sound sumptious: silk, cotton, wool, linen... yummy! And the result is great - professional but by no means boring, and it's really flattering too!
lilyofthevalley said... (6/5/08 1:32 PM) Reply
I agree with goldesdottar that your sophisticated grouping of neutrals is the 'stuff' of professional collections. Each variation is pristine but retains a sense of youth and freshness. You look marvelously beautiful, as is your norm. Lovely, Lily
bell N said... (6/3/08 7:52 AM) Reply
Well done, workable wardrobe. Looks great on you
Athene said... (6/3/08 1:32 AM) Reply
I think this wardrobe is fabulous. The pieces go together so well and you took time and effort to finish each piece so beautifully.
morzel said... (6/2/08 3:47 AM) Reply
What a wonderful wardrobe! I just love your fabric combinations, and those patterns suit you really well.
Kaitlinnegan said... (5/31/08 11:18 AM) Reply
Wonderful use of neutrals! Not only do these pieces look great with each other, but I bet you'll find a lot of coordinating items already in your wardrobe! Just beautiful.
Kbenco said... (5/29/08 6:58 AM) Reply
Your clothes look great. I am really impressed with your planning, this looks like a terrific core neutral colour wardrobe that you can build on in summer or autumn directions.
nancy2001 said... (5/28/08 11:00 AM) Reply
Casual chic at its best.
ITAdmin said... (5/27/08 2:12 PM) Reply
Everything looks great. I really like your styles and colors.
crazygrad said... (5/26/08 8:44 PM) Reply
Too borrow a phrase from PR's Santino- "are those space pants? 'Cause [your] butt looks out of this world!' Seriously- the fit in the pants, in particular, is great and everything looks phenomenal!
goldesdottar said... (5/26/08 7:31 PM) Reply
You've got a collection going here. This is not just a set of garments which look nice on you, but also is a grouping that has appeal as a "line". That's harder to pull off than just getting clothes to look good on someone; this is what a designer has to do to sell a line to a buyer! So congratulations. ;-)
Leora said... (5/26/08 7:14 PM) Reply
Great job picking the right fabrics and patterns for you! Gorgeous!!
Birgitte said... (5/26/08 2:29 PM) Reply
You look super-fabulishous!!! Great wardrobe- Congratulations!
mastdenman said... (5/26/08 11:49 AM) Reply
Great mini-wardrobe. You nailed the pants.
quiltsammon said... (5/26/08 11:42 AM) Reply
Wow! Everything looks great and fits so well!!! Way to go!
Peacock Chic said... (5/26/08 11:22 AM) Reply
gorgeous as always!!
shesflipped said... (5/26/08 10:23 AM) Reply
You know I'm already your fan, but, this mini-wardrobe is fantastic! I love how everything co-ordinates perfectly. The skirt is just way too cute with the polka-dots and trim. Bravo!
 
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