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  • mdvelazquez
    April 21, 2008

    I would toss the sweater, but keep the BR shirt.  It’s cute.

  • April 21, 2008

    Toss the sweater, keep the shirt. Black is always good.

  • April 21, 2008

    I like the sweater, but I do not think I a a reliable source of fashion advice.

  • April 21, 2008

    I’m channeling Stacy and Clinton and I think they say lose the sweater, possibly keep the BR shirt, since it’s a v-neck and we all know how flattering v-necks are (elongating the neck blah blah blah).
    They also say no high waisted jeans, sorry.

  • April 21, 2008

    Definitely bag the sweater but I would probably keep the shirt for now.

  • April 21, 2008

    Wow - I have a couple sweaters just like these that I LOVE and haven’t worn in three years (due to being pregnant or post-pregnant).  Maybe I need to go shopping for a new look to love?  :(

    My fashion sense, sadly, needs updating too.  (I heart your Old Navy sweater!)

  • April 21, 2008

    You could use the sweater to make cut out mittens for the kidlettes, or for yourself. (I love the color…too bad about the style.) And the shirt is cool, try it out with some capri’s maybe?

    I don’t really know if I should be talking about fashion, I seem to have lost my mind this weekend and bought a cammoflauge bikini and pants!! So you know whatever. I think I am hoping that no one sees me when I go out in them!

  • April 21, 2008

    I’ve noticed that the young hip-sters wear long Ts (or tanks) under shirts that are too short for today’s pants. Don’t know if that would work with these, but there you go… I’m SO unfashionable, I’m really not qualified to comment! (but I did!) wink

  • April 21, 2008

    Okay maybe it’s just my computer, but that sweater doesn’t look lime green from here—more army green.  I think seeing it on would help.

    The BR shirt is a definite keeper.

  • April 21, 2008

    My rule is anything that allows my belly to eek out gets tossed. Styles have definitely gone longer in the last few years and I’ve had to update my wardrobe accordingly. I hate to say it, but I think both of them should go.

  • April 21, 2008

    Toss both but only because you ought to spend more money on yourself.  So there.

  • April 21, 2008

    Toss em both baby. I love ya…but the sweaters? Not so much. wink

  • April 22, 2008

    I love ‘the only thing I could afford there’!

    I like ‘em both (only if the sweater is the more forest green as it looks in the pic, and lightweight).  I heart v-necks.

    I just bought a sweater from Eddie Bauer that is similar in style (except the ribbed bottom) and I’d better not be steered wrong by EB, for the money!

    If you like em’ keep ‘em.  Are you going for supermodel? Fashion is relative, I say.

    I’m a shoes & handbag kinda girl, anyway. I think they can make or break any outift!

  • April 22, 2008

    Oh, honey, no no no!  The short sweater has definitely got to go.

    As for the Banana Republic shirt, if you can’t move in ANY direction in your clothing and feel comfortable, you should lose it (said the girl who feels the need to suck in her belly in nearly EVERY shirt she owns…). 

    It’s so much easier to tell other people what to wear than make good choices yourself.

  • April 22, 2008

    Toss them both and go shopping. I’m a tosser though, so you may not want to listen to me.

  • April 22, 2008

    I have one or two of those only-ting-i-could-afford-there things and hold on to them for dear life…. like I will evaporate from not owning something from that store.

  • The Aitch
    April 24, 2008

    ew, toss both and invest in the long layered look. Also, high-waisted anything is not good.

  • April 24, 2008

    I agree with above….the long layered look is definately in. I have a long knit tank top that I am obsessed with and wear it all the time with dark jeans and a cute jacket or shirt overtop. Short sweater out, long layered tops in!

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