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Would You Wear It: Puff Shoulders

Happy Saturday ladies and welcome to the weekend. There are only 10 more days until Christmas! Whew – that snuck up on me. Our ornaments and lights have still not been found so I may string popcorn and call it done. I’m nowhere near ready, are you?

It’s time for would you wear it with my friend Pam Lutrell from Over 50 Feeling 40. Each Saturday we share a mannequin we have seen and ask if you would wear what she’s wearing. Please explain why or why not as it relates to your body shape and lifestyle so we better understand your fashion choices.pink blouse from Nordstrom on A Well Styled Life

So tell me ladies – would you wear this look in part or together and why or why not.

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Now let’s pop over and see what Pam’s mannequin is wearing here

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50 Comments

  1. Lillypie
    December 16, 2018 / 9:39 am

    There seems to be a disconnect between the “I’m going to a party” blouse and the “I’m going to work” pants. I wouldn’t wear the blouse because that’s not a good color on me and the last thing my broad shoulders need are fluffy puffed sleeves. The pants don’t fit into into my casual lifestyle.

  2. Barbara Thompson
    December 16, 2018 / 7:14 am

    Just not my style! The fru-fru of the blouse is too out there for me. I am generally not interested in statement blouses, but I don’t think that color would flatter me. I would never wear the two pieces together, but think plain black is a better choice with that blouse. Definitely a no.

  3. Kay
    December 15, 2018 / 9:16 pm

    Color and print are nice, but I look silly in puffy sleeves since my shoulders are square. I’m not a fan of that blouse with those pants. They seem too structured for that blouse.

  4. December 15, 2018 / 6:14 pm

    I have two gifts left to wrap & then I’m ready for Christmas! I did a lot in advance this year because I had a cancer treatment at the end of November and wasn’t sure how that would leave me feeling. As it turns out, I bounced back very quickly. The only problem is that being ready so far in advance, I keep thinking that I must have forgotten to do something really important! lol

    I wouldn’t wear that blouse as I don’t think the puffy shoulders would be flattering on me. I’m not huge in the shoulders, but big enough without adding anything more. Also, I don’t care for a flared crop pant.

  5. Bonna Nichols
    December 15, 2018 / 5:57 pm

    My Home Ec teacher Mrs. Haver would give me a big fat F if I had left those big puffy shoulders! LOL! I remember using so many pins to keep from have any “puff’s” in the shoulder seams. Love the color but I would leave this one on the hanger!

  6. Diana
    December 15, 2018 / 3:14 pm

    This combo is a no for me. 1) I don’t add visually to my shoulders and chest area, already too large in the bust department, so I look for ways to minimize the look of weight there. 2) Crop pants don’t look appealing on me.

  7. Lily
    December 15, 2018 / 12:18 pm

    I would walk right past this. Don’t like brights. Don’t like gimmicky sleeves (too limiting with layering). If I was dressing the mannequin I would use basic black pants. The blouse looks dressy, the pants office-y.

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