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« Reply #75 on: August 13, 2019, 12:35:24 AM »


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« Reply #76 on: August 13, 2019, 10:03:56 AM »

I agree.  And I also think they’re hideous.

They are sooooo ugly, the shoes I mend
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« Reply #77 on: August 13, 2019, 03:44:36 PM »

I agree.  And I also think they’re hideous.

They are sooooo ugly, the shoes I mend

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« Reply #78 on: Yesterday at 03:15:56 AM »

Those Denmark shows are as ugly as the wearer.
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« Reply #79 on: Yesterday at 08:28:27 PM »

August 15
officially opening the Odense Flower Festival 2019.










NEW (altered) Open-Back Floral Long-Sleeve Maxi dress by ROTATE, BIRGER CHRISTENSEN = $450
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« Reply #80 on: Yesterday at 08:51:24 PM »

Rare case where I like the alteration more than the original back solution (and I think she shortened it a bit, which makes it better suitable for a daytime occasion),
BUT as someone alreday said - her obsession with adding a belt to almost everything ruined the whole setup (question: does she also wear a belt with her pyjamas?).

No idea why she thought such heavy leather belt would do the dress a favour (well, I have an idea: she wanted an "edgy style break" but this failed, as she has no dress sense) - this dress is much too busy in pattern for any accessory.
The edgy style break would have been some solid boots and a Reverso leather jacket, both in black or very, very dark burgundy - neither suitable for a flower show nor for the current weather conditions ...
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« Reply #81 on: Yesterday at 08:56:19 PM »

Rare case where I like the alteration more than the original back solution (and I think she shortened it a bit, which makes it better suitable for a daytime occasion),
BUT as someone alreday said - her obsession with adding a belt to almost everything ruined the whole setup (question: does she also wear a belt with her pyjamas?).

No idea why she thought such heavy leather belt would do the dress a favour (well, I have an idea: she wanted an "edgy style break" but this failed, as she has no dress sense) - this dress is much too busy in pattern for any accessory.
The edgy style break would have been some solid boots and a Reverso leather jacket, both in black or very, very dark burgundy - neither suitable for a flower show nor for the current weather conditions ...

There's also no burgundy in the pattern of the dress, so either she needed another burgundy accessory, like shoes (which wouldn't have fitted the time of year) or just ditch the belt. It's actually one of the nicer floral midi dresses royal ladies have worn this season, but the accessories aren't right.
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« Reply #82 on: Yesterday at 09:24:31 PM »

Gawd, that woman sets my eyeballs to twirling and my teeth to clench.
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« Reply #83 on: Today at 03:35:11 AM »

Rare case where I like the alteration more than the original back solution (and I think she shortened it a bit, which makes it better suitable for a daytime occasion),
BUT as someone alreday said - her obsession with adding a belt to almost everything ruined the whole setup (question: does she also wear a belt with her pyjamas?).

No idea why she thought such heavy leather belt would do the dress a favour (well, I have an idea: she wanted an "edgy style break" but this failed, as she has no dress sense) - this dress is much too busy in pattern for any accessory.
The edgy style break would have been some solid boots and a Reverso leather jacket, both in black or very, very dark burgundy - neither suitable for a flower show nor for the current weather conditions ...

There's also no burgundy in the pattern of the dress, so either she needed another burgundy accessory, like shoes (which wouldn't have fitted the time of year) or just ditch the belt. It's actually one of the nicer floral midi dresses royal ladies have worn this season, but the accessories aren't right.

I think you both make excellent points. I like the dress but the belt ruined the look.
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