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 VOLUME TOO

 HOW I FOUND MYSELF WRITING THE WRONGS OF POP CULTURE  EVEN THOUGH IT WASN’T ALOUD   

by Tom Kolovos

 


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Published on February 21st, 2012 | by tomkolovos

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Hello Good Buy! The J Crew women’s edition

Here are the best spring items you can use now from J Crew to brighten up your wardrobe

 

No. 2 pencil skirt in medallion paisley

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Ignore how it’s styled here.( Jenna is a lesbian now…..OY) Add nude pumps and  blazer from a suit you already own. A great print skirt always perks up a boring solid suit jacket for work.

Or,  add anything in  citrus yellow, cobalt blue, red or Kelly green on top like a cardigan or lightweight cashmere v neck. Later in the spring add those colors as a pump and wear a white shirt on top with a statement floral necklace!

Café capri in sovereign paisley

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The cafe capri is the best item J Crew makes! Printed ankle pants are the staple of your spring summer wardrobe. Go for the Etro-like paisly here and cycle it in with your black shoes and tops for now. Or as it’s styled here! (Lipstick lesbians! OY.)

Café capri in Morse code jacquard and the

Schoolboy blazer in Morse code jacquard shown together but sold separately

 

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Great skinny suit. Change the purse color to a shoe and voila! Wear with a bold floral shirt later in the season and nude pumps. Voila Voila. Split the two pieces up of course and use your imagination, although I love the

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Polly popover in stripe crepe de chine

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worn just with the capri along with a snakeskin skinny belt and pump/slingback. HelloGoodBuy! here

 

BRACELETS

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Tom Kolovos is EIC of aControlledSubstance.com. He is not a fashion blogger but a consumer advocate of style. Big difference, as as clients attest to and as far as overly sensitive PR people are concerned. But he loves PR people anyway. It’s a dirty job, he knows that, but someone’s gotta do it!

 

 

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