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In a Kimono Kraze

If you need to know anything about me, at this very moment, then you should know I’m obsessed with kimonos. Like…I want to wear them all of the time. In fact, I bought one yesterday. I’m a sucker for the flowy material and yummy prints. Are you with me? Do you love them too? I went snooping around online and found 16 plus-size kimonos that should be in my closet right now.

7 Fall Prints I Have My Eye On

The fall season never disappoints when it comes to prints. Well, at least that’s my opinion. I’m not one to over do it, but I do have a special place in my heart for those who can rock the fiercest prints and even mix them. I was doing a little online shopping and came across seven fall prints that caught my attention.

One of My Favorite Fall Colors

You can call it wine, bordeaux, oxblood, or sangria. I call it burgundy and it’s one of my favorite fall colors. It’s all I want to wear when the season rolls around. I love the deep dark tone that can be worn with my favorite pairs of jeans or with winter white look. This heat wave has me dreaming of fall—wishing and wanting the cooler weather. I put together a wish list that was inspired by this must-wear color.

My Favorite 90’s Fashion Trends

Are you ready? Let’s go back to the 90’s. I just realized that was ummmmm…over 20 years ago. I’m proud to say I was killing it back then with my style! Thanks to my mom of course. I think what I loved the most about 90s fashion trends were the floral baby doll dresses and Dr. Martens boots. Yes, I went there. Well, just like all trends, they tend to circle back and this seems to be the style of the moment.

Pineapple Print Perfection

Sure pineapple’s are sweet, delicious, and remind us of sitting on a beach sipping a piña colada. Mmmmmmmm…Anyways, did you know the pineapple print trend is ready to invade? Well, apparently it is. Because, I found a lot of it…yes even a few pieces for us plus size gals. And of course I had to share it with you here. Below, you’ll find a few ways you can show your love and support to the tropical fruit. 

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