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Posted on:10/22/08 1:19 PM
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AnneM said... (11/18/08 6:27 PM) Reply
I'm voting for a black top, although with your trim I'd say the fushia would actually work! But you wouldn't be able to go unnoticed.
marec said... (10/22/08 4:46 PM) Reply
Cute skirt! As for mixing fuscia and orange--->it happens in nature so I'd say...go for it ;-)
AliciaNoel said... (10/22/08 4:16 PM) Reply
Great idea for an outfit! I will see what I can coms up with. I'll be honest though, I'm not sure if I can bring myself to combine fushia and orange...are those colours really "allowed" to be worn together?
kim*brown said... (10/22/08 4:00 PM) Reply
Lovely color. I can see this with brown boots, brown blazer and a fushia top.
karenadey said... (10/22/08 2:04 PM) Reply
I like how this skirt came out, I also like the trim you used, it looks nice with this color of fabric.
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