One thing I’ve learned in our plus size fashion community is that just because one of us falls in love with a trend doesn’t mean we all do. Mind boggling isn’t it? This past week I was reminded of that when I dismissed a horrible pair of printed pants only to find that everyone else loved them. Everyone thought they were Versace inspired…me on the other hand? I thought they were grapes.
Hey Los Angeles ladies! We’re always complaining that there’s not much for us to do around here when it comes to plus size fashion. Well…no more complaining. I have two events that are happening this week to share with you! They sound like fun and a great opportunity to embrace fashion. I hope to see you there!
I think I’m in love…I seem to use the word “love” a lot around here. LOL! I can’t help it! There are so many amazing things on my “most wanted” list. Such beautiful drool worthy things…hmmm…maybe I should add these to my Christmas list. From classy chic to bold, these are items that will be on my mind for a long time. I don’t have a favorite here people…I seriously want it all.
I am a little obsessed with layered necklaces right now. There’s just something about them. I really love the fact that they come in different lengths, materials, colors, and styles. And if you don’t want to go out and buy one, I found a cool tutorial here, where you can make one with necklaces you already own. Enjoy!
Whenever I get an invite to a blogger related event, I’m always in a scramble about what to wear. The evening event was on a rooftop and I wanted to be L.A. comfy casual chic. Is that really a thing? LOL! Whatever…I wanted to look cute! I decided to go with a top that Evans sent me.
Last week I wrote a post titled “I Think it’s Time for a Personal Beauty Intervention.” I wrote about the struggles we go through when it comes to personal beauty and how we’re always criticizing ourselves. I made a point to emphasize how our level of self-esteem is contagious. Sometimes we don’t realize how that affects others around us.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month ladies! And although it’s honored this month, awareness should last a lifetime. Unfortunately, my aunt lost her battle to this horrible disease when I was 19-years-old. She was the most vibrant, loving, and beautiful person, inside and out. I remember her always making us laugh and she was definitely a feisty woman!