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10 wardrobe staples for spring, styled 10 different ways. These timeless neutrals, watercolor prints and micro stripes are the perfect mix-and-match pieces. We’re taking notes for that weekend getaway where wardrobe versatility and packing light is a must | Banana Republic
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A good error message should: Let you know what the problem is. Make you feel like there is something that you can do about it. Speak like a human, and be a consistent extension of the personality of the rest of the application.
Relevant for the user. Honest (you can make jokes but is has to be obvious). Not embarrassing for the user. Therefore blaming the systems not the user. Telling her what to do next (or making it obvious) Self explanatory on how to do so