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    pls can you give me your opinion on all of the pics attached below,slightly different shades of pink, but can they still be worn together or do they clash?



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    Unless you are younger than 8, you shouldn't wear any of those together
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    I don't like the first or last combinations together. The second isn't too bad....is that a skirt you have with the cardigan? If it's a top to be worn underneath then not so good.
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    (Original post by ChopinNocturne)
    I don't like the first or last combinations together. The second isn't too bad....is that a skirt you have with the cardigan? If it's a top to be worn underneath then not so good.
    ok thanks. yes it is a cardigan.
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    ok thanks. yes it is a cardigan.
    No, I mean what's the flowered thing you have with the cardigan in the 2nd picture?
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    outfits usually look better when you have some contrast. Those shades of pink are too close together. There's nothing wrong with any of the individual items, but wearing them together just won't look good.
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    (Original post by ChopinNocturne)
    No, I mean what's the flowered thing you have with the cardigan in the 2nd picture?
    it is a skirt.
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    (Original post by Deema)
    outfits usually look better when you have some contrast. Those shades of pink are too close together. There's nothing wrong with any of the individual items, but wearing them together just won't look good.
    http://operamom.com/slim.html
    monochrome dressing?
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    (Original post by other one)
    it is a skirt.
    That should look ok then
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    (Original post by other one)
    http://operamom.com/slim.html
    monochrome dressing?
    usually works when the undertone of the outfit is the same. For instance, say the colours you choose are navy and white. You could wear a navy skirt with white vertical stripes, a white t-shirt and a navy cardigan that is the same shade of navy. Or you could where a white skirt with navy stripes with a navy t-shirt and a white cardigan. But wearing shades of pink that are extremely close together on the colour wheel doesn't look great. This also usually works much better with dark colours so the slimming affect properly works. Anyway, I'd say the middle pic is the best. Although judging by the look of your clothes you don't need any slimming effects?
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    Too much pink.
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    Depends on the fit of the bottoms tbh, fitted would look chav loose would/could look very classy
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    (Original post by other one)
    http://operamom.com/slim.html
    monochrome dressing?
    Yeah but that would only work if the top and bottom items were actually the same colour and matched. Slightly different shades and different styles mean it just wouldn't look good.
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    second is the best. Last is particularly awful but I think the second is pretty
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