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need answer by tomorrow, would these shoes go with black trousers

(11 Posts)
ggirl Wed 29-Jun-11 23:48:26

like these but without the flower
with black wide leg work trousers
I have interview on fridaay
have black and cream top to wear
Also have beige smart linen trews.

AnyFuleKno Thu 30-Jun-11 00:04:16

Works for me

ggirl Thu 30-Jun-11 00:48:11

right thanks
anyone else??..as I obviously cannot rely soley on AnyFuleKno , there's a job on the line you know wink

TheFarSide Thu 30-Jun-11 00:51:51

Shoes might go better with your beige trousers - I'm wondering if the black trousers might be too heavy for light summery shoes ...

ggirl Thu 30-Jun-11 08:48:55

or I could get black worky type shoes?
trousers are very light material ,though I know that's not really what you meant

ggirl Thu 30-Jun-11 08:51:22

shoes are tan coloured rather than brown as on the link
I'm thiking the tan/nude will match the beige cream of top
and they're palazzo/wide leg troousers so only minimal show showing

desperately trying to avoid going out to buy shoes this am

ggirl Thu 30-Jun-11 08:52:06

and not office job
nursing

polyhymnia Thu 30-Jun-11 11:25:33

Sounds fine to me, if tan and no flower and trousers and top as you describe.

ggirl Thu 30-Jun-11 11:36:20

ahh well have just had a frantic trying on sesh and the palazzo wide leg trousers are out
they make me look huger than I am-which I do not need

slimmer fitting black trousers look better and I have dug out medium heeled black patent courts-looks fine
so thanks for your input but change of plan

now to make the shoes stop squeeking?!

TheFarSide Thu 30-Jun-11 12:03:05

Good luck with the interview!

ggirl Thu 30-Jun-11 16:49:16

thanks

BUT ,change of plan.

Bought this toptoday on spur of the moment.
Looks nice tucked into black trousers.
But with black patent shoes looks to evening with the church ladies.
So back to wedge tan sandals.

This top looks much nicer on me than other one hence the about turn.

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