I’m traveling back home to Virginia today. It is supposed to be beautiful today, so I want to stop in Knoxville for some shopping. My daughter hates shopping (I think they mixed her up in the hospital), so I’ll have her take my photos if I do a try-on haul. This will be her first “job” as she is now an employee of 50isnotold. Who thinks she will actually do this? Lol!
So, while I am traveling, you gurls get to comment in today’s Hit or Miss – Would You Wear It outfit. These are fun posts for me, especially when I have an idea about what you will say, and then you end up surprising me. Here are the guidelines for commenting…please be kind in your comments. Don’t say “distressed hem jeans look horrible,” even though you might. Instead, say, “those jeans wouldn’t work for me.” Someone might LOVE the jeans but then feel bad if they read the comment that they look horrible.
This hot pink blazer is gorgeous and is now hanging safely in my closet. I think it will be something I will wear a lot, especially in spring and summer. Pink looks great with navy, brown, animal print, and even red. I like saturated colors since they brighten my face, so this blazer is perfect for me. I’m wearing a medium. I noticed that some sizes are sold out, but if you like this blazer, you can click the “add to my wishlist,” and you’ll get an email once your size is back in stock.
Here is the view from the back so you can see the length of the blazer.
What about a graphic tee, do you wear them? I love a graphic tee, and I think they help you look modern and trendy. This abstract face tee caught my eye, and I love the colors. I think the tee runs a little big and a tiny bit boxy. I’m wearing a large, and even though it is big on me, tucking it in does help. I haven’t washed the tee yet, and since it is 100% cotton, it might shrink.
I’m once again carrying this beaded clutch in a floral pattern. I styled this clutch the other day with a pink and red dress, and it looked great. It has a background of gold and then a red, pink, green, and blue floral pattern. The clutch is large enough to carry your lip stain, phone, and keys. This is fun, cute, and perfect for when you want a pop of color or to add interest to your look.
I’m guessing that these jeans will be the controversial part of this post. I love distressed jeans, and I especially like these jeans with a distressed hem. These jeans are a great medium color and feature a straight-leg style. I think these jeans look trendy and modern, so these are a hit for me. However, I’m betting these will be a miss for many people. I’m wearing a size 29, and I also want to try a 28. I signed up for an email to alert me when my size comes back in stock.
I bought these chunky heel ankle boots in an ivory color last year. I’ve worn these boots quite a lot, and I’ll wear them more this spring. I love chunky heels since they are so sturdy to walk in. These are a pair by Marc Fisher, but they are no longer available, so I’ll link to some similar ones instead.
Now it is your time to leave a comment about this outfit. The comment portion is located below this post, so keep scrolling down. You can ignore that portion where it asks for a website unless you have a business website. Also, be sure to read the other ladies’ comments and feel free to comment back to each other.
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