Would You Wear It??

There was a lot of talk this week with the over 50 bloggers about fashion magazines…do we still look to them for inspiration?  I only read a couple…HARPER’S BAZAAR and INSTYLE…to get ideas and see what it happening in the world of fashion.  So, in this edition of Harper’s Bazaar, I found an ad for spring fashion.  I have numbered the looks in the ad…so tell me, would you wear any of them, all of them, or which ones?? (Sorry the pictures are not better!) Numbers 1-3 are maxi-dresses, and #4 is a pant outfit.  This is our weekly dose of Would You Wear It….

By the way, there is a misconception that I only post looks I personally like on Would You Wear It…not so, I try to go for a variety of what the industry is showing us in visuals…I do not tell you what I think, on purpose…I want to know what YOU think!

Enjoy your Saturday!!


And make sure you go HERE to put your name in to win these fabulous earrings!!  




Look for Hit Your Style Sweet Spot later as Jennifer and I dress for a baby shower!!









16 Comments

  1. I hardly buy the glossy mags any more so full of ads and irrelevant fashion. I prefer to get inspiration from the internet, pinterest and other bloggers. Have a good week-end and thank you for all your nice comments.

  2. Make the one on the right more form fitting, and it could become Minnesota-winter, around-the-house loungewear (a category of clothing I know all too well). Otherwise, hmmm. . .

  3. #1 I might consider for pool side but rarely need anything for that anymore. I have a pool but am generally hostessing for the kids in shorts and a tee. I am tall so rarely would be able to find a maxi long enough but even so they generally feel too fussy for my style. The stripes in 2 and 4 are too much for me- I like a stripe top but these would feel overdone for my style. And I don't dress in all black anymore so 3 is out although I can't see the picture well.

  4. I think I have always looked at magazines as inspirations I changed to fit me (which has always meant I changed it A LOT).

    I would take the photo as inspiration to add some new stripes (which I LOVE) to my wardrobe. I wouldn't wear any of the outfits as is, but as Susan said, if there were a tunic version of #2, I would also gladly wear it!

  5. I had already heard that stripes are big again this Spring and apparently graphic prints. That's about my take-away from an ad like this. Does anybody really wear this stuff?

  6. In my 20s my dress was part Indiana Jones, part resort from the pages of Vogue with a little business Armani thrown in. I had great fun with clothes and my lifestyle lent itself to my indulgences. Now my budget is nowhere what it used to be, plus I have nowhere to where them, but if those two things were fixed… Yes! I'd wear a lot of those clothes… Just not so many prints. Too busy for me.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.