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Looking into the mirror, the image that reflected back was one of perfection. Every stand of brown hair was in order, curled just right. There was just the right amount of the scent Curve for Women coming off her body. Not too overwhelming or too little, but just enough. All of this was good, but the thing that she was the proudest of was her outfit. The colors of the shirt, tee shirt, and jeans blended perfectly. The white sleeveless mid-drift tee shirt fitted just right. The tee shirt hugged her, but was not too tight. The tan sheer bra could not be seen through the thin white tee shirt. A cranberry three quarter length sleeve button down shirt from the Gap was over the white tee shirt. Even though the shirt was borrowed from her roommate, the shirt was not too big or small, but fitted as though it was made for her. The sky blue super flare l.e.i. jeans were made for her body. The jeans hugged her butt and waist and flared out around her shoes. The panties that were picked out were low enough so that they did not show at the waist, and they did not cause lines that would be seen across her butt. Last but not least, the shoes. The black open toe open heel thick sole Payless mules completed the outfit. Hard work was used in putting together this outfit.
There are a lot of things to consider when choosing an outfit to wear to go out on the town. Clothes for different occasions, dressy, not as dressy, dressy casual, and casual, are in a closet. One has to figure out what type of outfit is suitable for where you are going that night. Should you wear a skirt or jeans? Considering that she was going to a Kappa Alpha Psi party, the first practice of the season for the basketball team, and over a male friendís apartment, she chose to wear a dressy casual outfit. A dressy casual outfit is basically jeans with a nice shirt and no tennis shoes.
Weather is a factor is choosing an outfit to wear out. There are two temperatures that you have to consider; the temperature outside and what you think the temperature will be in the places you are going. On that night it was warm with a slight breeze blowing through the air. It was not warm enough for anything without sleeves, and not cool enough for a jacket. The Kappa Alpha Psi party was going to be hot considering that there was going to be a lot of people there and the party was going to be in their house that is not that big. The temperature inside the Coliseum was uncertain, they might have on the air conditioner or they might not have the air conditioner on. She was a cold natured person, which meant she needed some sleeves. A short sleeve shirt with another shirt with sleeves would be perfect. If it got warm she could take off the shirt with sleeves. If it got chilly, she could button up the shirt with sleeves.
The next factor to consider when choosing an outfit to wear out is the cleanness of the places you are going. In her closet, the colors of her jeans ranged form the slightest of blue to the darkest of indigo. She had all the different colors in between, a little more blue, sky blue, blue, blue with a little more color, and almost indigo. If you are going to a place that is dusty or a place where you would attract something on your jeans, you should wear dark jeans. Your outfit will start from the dark jeans, and everything else would go from there. Using this factor, she figured out that a dark color would be more suitable for the places she was going that night.
Once the color of jeans is chosen, you have to choose a style of jeans. There was baggy, snug fitting boot cut, relaxed fit, relaxed boot cut, and snug super flare styles of jeans in her closet. The style of jeans depends on your objective for the night. Are you going out to get a man or to hang out with friends and have a good
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