Oh fall…I can’t believe you’re finally here. Even though it doesn’t feel like it because L.A. is in the middle of a heatwave. But, that’s OK. Because, I am in a fall kind of mood when it comes to my shopping! And I have a few things brewing in that department. 10 favorites as a matter of fact.
I think I’m always and forever going to be in a boho kind of mood. It seems like I’m not the only one. A lot of our favorite designers and brands are also feeling it. My 10 plus size bohemian favorites range in style and price. From a luxurious silk kimono to a linen dress, there really is something for everyone. Are you into the tribal print or more of a crochet kind of chica?
It makes me super happy to know that I’m not the only one who loves a good black and white swimsuit. My original post is really popular with you guys. So, I had to write another one of course. After lots of research, I found 10 black and white plus size swimwear styles that made my favorites list!
Trends come and go. We know that. But, I can tell you I appreciate the trends that cater to the simplistic side of my personal style. You know I’m not one to overdo it in that department. That’s I why I totally love the plus size minimalist trend that seems to be gaining some speed. I mean, it’s always been around, but the minute spring and summer comes a long, it seems to jump out at me.
The minute my brain even thinks of spring, I just want to wear nothing but pointed pumps. Even though half the time they aren’t the most comfortable style of shoe for my feet. I still love them besides the fact. They go with practically everything. And they come in a range of styles, colors, and prices.
Oh faux leather…when done right…you’re amazing. Ever since I wore the one from Modamix, I can’t keep you off of my mind. And you’re super easy to transition from late summer into fall and even winter. I think that’s what I love the most about you—the versatility you bring to the table is appreciated.
It’s time to add another summer shoe trend to the list. This time it’s the traditional Mexican sandal—the huarache (pronounced wah-rah-che). Now, let me tell you my experience with these sandals. As a kid, we would often take trips across the border into Tijuana and down to Rosarito Beach.