Readers’ Questions

Questions from readers and web searches used to find this blog.

Where do you get your information?

Information in these articles come from a compilation of researching current trends, experiences and courses taken and opinions of the fashion industry as a consumer, clothing retail experience, and my own ideas.

Is it okay to wear a turtleneck under a mock turtleneck?

Signature A La Mode’s opinion: No.  The neckline of a piece of clothing was created in a manner to compliment that piece of clothing.  When wearing two different necklines together such as a mock turtleneck and a turtleneck, there is too much material at the neckline, making the look too bulky and awkward.

A better option would be to wear a scarf with a mock turtleneck if you need the extra warmth around your neck.

Not all necklines compliment each other, however, scoop necks worn together are a great look, turtleneck styles are not.

“What type of necklace do I wear with a little black dress with a v-neck?” 

Signature A La Mode’s opinion: Stay away from big and chunky if it is for a formal event.  An elegant look with this type of dress is a pendant style necklace such as a thin chain with a quartz, diamond, or birthstone.

Please feel free to post specific questions here in the Readers Questions section. Need help matching colors? Which style shoes to wear with skinny jeans? What color goes best with green? Is it okay to wear a black dress to a summer wedding? When should I stop wearing a mini skirt?

Please remember, these answers are the opinion of the blogger and not representative of brands, designers, or businesses mentioned in this blog.  Thank you for reading.


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