February 28, 2008

KEEP, OR THROW BACK

I got this coral colored shirt dress from Old Navy a few weeks ago. I envisioned wearing it with a pair of yellow ballet flats and a pretty cardigan. Or maybe I could add a thick belt. It seems versatile enough but I find myself wondering..."keep, or throw back?"

What do you think? It would be the perfect dress to throw on Saturday mornings to run errands in.
Just leave a comment, "keep" or "throw back".

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi, I haven't commented before, love your blog. I say keep - it's really cute! Patricia

Kajsa said...

Also de-lurking here. Keep. It's such a great color for spring.
p.s. LOVE your blog.

Anne said...

I agree, keep it. It's a great color.

The Walsh's said...

Oh keep for sure. Yellow ballet flats - perfect. And a cute headband. You'll be the envy of every errand-running girl in sweats and a tee, including me - but that's just my own Ego, Matilda.

CaraDee said...

As about a 50% throwbacker myself, I say "Will you wear it?" That's the question.

Beth & Tim said...

Hi! Another 1st time commenter...I say keep it. However I am very big into the throw on a cute dress for the day kinda girl!

PS. Love your blog :-)

tim & brandi said...

How's this for being blunt... throw back. All I know is that everything I've ever bought and thought I loved from Old Navy I ended up hating very soon after (except for their kids clothes). Also, even though I do think this dress is very cute, it's sleeveless, which means you'll ALWAYS have to wear something over it. Could get annoying, maybe.

~b

Jamie said...

I love the dress! But I am with Brandi. Throwback.
Old Navy clothes just aren't made well and you may not like it after the first wearing.

Golightly said...

Keep, keep, keep. I can so that being a great staple/stand out piece for Spring.

zakary said...

Throwback. It won't last. Get the dress from UO.

fallonroxann said...

Keep it! You have inspired me to go buy one. I think it will be great for running errands and even if it won't last it will at least last through the summer.