polka dots

  1. Maria João says:

    Love everything on that outfit! And now to points regarding it – I love nude color shoes and don’t have any because the ones I like are high heels and don’t feel very confortable on that – I rarely go to places (by car) where I can wear them, (only wear them at church and go by bus) so avoid high heels – but never loose hope of having a pair; I don’t usually wear make up – only mascara to show off my thin eyelashes and lipstick and always have a problem with colors. I’ve tried different ones and never got the ONE. Years ago I bought a wonderful color… but as I wore it so few times it lasts and lasts and when it was over, there were no more of that brand or color. All the others I think are similar, have nothing to do with that!! Keep on trying. Sorry for the length of this comment.XOXO

  2. cher Mo says:

    Hi Beth,
    That V-neck line is really flattering! I forget how flattering that line can be, then put one on and Wow! Why don’t I have more C-necklines!!

  3. Rebecca Saffer says:

    I am a big fan of v-neck tops and think they are one of the most flattering. Love the polka dot skirt and that bright lipstick on you.

  4. Cindy L says:

    Your new haircut is absolutely adorable! Or maybe you’re just styling it differently? Either way, it’s a great look for you! Cheers!

  5. Sue Smith says:

    Wonderful polka dots–who can wear them and not smile? And I like that the v-neck is a bit wider than some–I’m always on the quest for a good wider v-neck sweater, as I think they are very flattering. (I even bought a man’s v-neck cashmere sweater once, as it was a nicer “v” for me.) Classic look.

  6. Imastounded says:

    I am allergic to large polka dots of the black- or navy-and- white variety. Never will I ever wear them. Just can’t. But that’s just me.

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