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Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

So pretty! I love the shoes and handbag too..

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

Love it.  That's definitely my style.  

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

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It's s okay, but, I prefer white-white (optic, paper, whitest white) with orange. Cream or off- white makes everything with orange look dingy to me. Just my preference and perception. 

I like the outfit otherwise, though. 

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

@ILTH

FWIW, it's called "red motif."

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

I love that sweater and would wear it with jeans or slacks -- not really an orange, silky polka-dot skirt kind of person.  Sweater looks comfy!

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

Love the sweater!Smiley Happy

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

Not for me. I prefer a knee length skirt. The sweater looks too big. With a flowy skirt I wear a more fitted top, 

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

Cute outfit. Could not help but laugh at the bottom above her. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Re: Outfit Inspiration: Anthropologie Sweater & Skirt

It's a no for me. I don't wear skirts that are any longer than knee, and I don't care for the sloppy, oversized look of the top. I'd look like a little kid playing dress-up in her mom's clothes in this. 

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