Comment on Style Trial: The Matchy-Matchy Look by b..
Not everything, like the woman in the photo, but I do like for my accessories to match. For instance, if I wear a black dress, everything else will probably be red (shoes, bag, earrings, eyeglasses). If I, on the other hand, wear a red dress, I don’t like everything else to be red as well, so all the accessories will still be coordinated, but not red. I like the matchy look, but I still don’t like to look like a power ranger and have everything in the same colour.
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