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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dragon View Post
    I am short and size 10..
    But i am not a girly girl so i wanted to avoid those ballet slip on shoes as they are just not me. They look great on other girls though.
    I suppose I could wear some nice sandles or boots with them depending on the top i am wearing with it.

    I am not into Pink or frilly stuff either but I still want to dress my age and look nice ( Iam 30yo)
    Yep cool how about some lace-up boots - will find a pic for you. I think girly girls wear pumps but I'm not into heels myself either...
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    Just wanted to say, be really careful with those coloured jeans. I think it's tricky for many people over 21 to wear such faddish clothes. It can be done and look great on older people, but if you don't have much fashion sense I would probably avoid it and stick with classic denim or black.

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    I wear skinny jeans a fair bit, just regular denim (light and dark or black), i wear with boots because it is cold but when the weather heats up i usually wear ballet flats or sandals. I go for plain tops, cardigans and jackets (nothing really 'trendy' just timeless styles). I think classic styles are nicer and will last you a lot longer.
    When i want a pop of colour i will wear a colourful scarf or bright lipstick.

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    I'm aiming towards looking my age rather than dressing like a 40 year old (I'm 25).
    I've just bought some skinny jeans and wear them with either flat boots, my Doc Martens or my Converse high tops. I'm far from girly as well.

    I am struggling with tops though, I thought knits looked ok but I was told the other day that they make me look frumpy. Apparently my sister and my besty think all my clothes are mumsy or school teacherish... Um hello, I am a mum and a school teacher!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I live on a farm, so at home wear trackies, boots etc... but I like tunics over leggings with ballet flats, skinnies (and no you don't have to be a size zero to wear skinny jeans) with a loose fitting top and a cardy. Also love my cargos and cons.
    Oh, I'm 33 - just felt I should say that.

    Oh and the point I was making! This website helps me soooooo much http://www.birdsnest.com.au/womens/s...casual/outfits because you can shop body type, style, occasion etc... and they're great with returns and no I don't work for them!
    Omg I LOVE this website. Thankyou so much for bringing my attention to it. I will definitely be shopping on here regularly!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by waterlily View Post
    This is what I've been wearing all winter.

    Except I wear black boots.
    I wear similar to you

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    I can never find jeans that look good with boots because the bottom seems to bunch up under my knees. Are jeggings stretch skinny jeans and would this be the beter option with boots?

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    Yep jeggings would work better with boots.

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