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    I'm curvy, but I also know how to avoid brightly colored camel toe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G Star View Post
    Play around with pastels (colors) and different fabrics/materials like linen, cotton, madras, seer sucker, etc...

    Don't be afraid to look like an adult, Summertime is all about fun but lose the sneakers and get some deck shoes or lighter/fun dress shoes. Lose the flip flops and get some sandals (gladiator style).

    Stick out by wearing a summer hat, don't be afraid to experiment.

    This is more of a general rule but your shoes and belt should generally match (not exactly the same color, but about the same, just different enough to stand out).

    Don't be afraid to wear a jacket during the Summer, stay with some light blazers like cotton or linen.

    Accessorize! colored: bowties, suspenders (hung on shoulders or let down), watches with emphasis on playful straps, sunglasses, etc...

    Final thought: spring/summer is the perfect time to experiment with your wild side, it is my favorite dressing season.
    So back on topic. Gstar, I like your style my man. But im not too sure about the gladiator style sandals. I love seeing gladiator style heels on women though. Hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    I'm curvy, but I also know how to avoid brightly colored camel toe.
    Wait, you're a girl?

    I don't really see a camel toe in her pic but I get your point.

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    So back on topic. Gstar, I like your style my man. But im not too sure about the gladiator style sandals. I love seeing gladiator style heels on women though. Hot!
    I think gladiator style sandals can be a manly thing, a little confidence goes a long way, girls dig a stylish yet manly guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G Star View Post
    Wait, you're a girl?

    I don't really see a camel toe in her pic but I get your point.
    Yep, I'm a girl. Surprise!

    There were other pics at the link where I pulled that one from, and not a single one was flattering. I just grabbed the first one on the page.

    I'm not a fan of gladiator shoes at all. Heels all day, can't stand those flat shoes with weird adornments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    have anything to do with camel toe? IDK exactly what to google, women and white pants just returned a lot of places to buy them.

    Red pants don't do much for a female either, if not the right size, see Kardashian Kamel...
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    Yep, I'm a girl. Surprise!

    There were other pics at the link where I pulled that one from, and not a single one was flattering. I just grabbed the first one on the page.

    I'm not a fan of gladiator shoes at all. Heels all day, can't stand those flat shoes with weird adornments.
    Yes..I am very surprised.

    I seriously don't understand flats either, to me it is an excuse, a justification to be lazy. I hope nobody takes offense.

    In my fantasty world, girls would only wear sexy heels.

    But don't worry about double standards because men would wear dress shoes and boots (& skip the square toes please).

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    Heels fvcking hurt. There are very few pairs I have that are good for walking around in...but I do my best. There are times when I bring an extra pair of heels, b/c they will hurt a different part of my foot, so I can switch it up and make it through.
    They are god awful for your feet, but they are hot. I'm already girl-tall, I'm 5'8", but I wear heels at least 3 inches every time.

    There are so many cute summer shoes for females, I just wish more girls put the appropriate shoe with their outfit. And painted toe nails are a must. No female should wear open toed shoes without polished nails.
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