As I was flipping through one of my magazines, I came across the ad below from Fruit of the Loom’s “Fit for Me” collection. First of all, I am loving these curvaliscious models! Aren’t they beautiful? Secondly, YAY! for cotton undies made for curvy gals! I know I might sound a tad excited, but I love a simple and comfy cotton undie. I haven’t tried these, but I promise you I will. And when I do, I will write a full review for you!
According to their web site they are available in sizes 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14. Which is equivalent to dress sizes 16W, 18W, 20W, 22W, 24W, and 26W. And they come in different colors and patterns.
Has any one out there tried these yet? Dying to know.
“Take your time, explore your style, embrace your curves” is what I would advise…
“I have great curves and I know how to wear them…” is what I live by!
I never thought I had a “style” until I started blogging about my outfits. I figured out I have a very simple style. I don’t do outrageous or bold. I kinda wish I did, but that’s just not me. I commend those who do have the fashionable guts to go out on a limb when it comes to fashion. Bravo! But, for me…I guess I’m just a laid back California girl and there’s nothing wrong with that. This past weekend is the perfect example of that. Very black and white. Just the way I like it.
Outfit #2 -Jersey Drapey Shrug: ASOS Curve, Tribal top: Mode Plus, Skinny Jeans: Old Navy, Flats: Sam Edelman, Bracelets: Lane Bryant
First of all, I would just like to ask…How did I not know about this? Oh that’s right, my laptop died when I was in N.Y.C., when all of this was happening!
These faux leather delights retail for $29.99-$34.99 and the flats also come in gold and grey. The oxfords are available without studs in black, but are available in grey with the studs. Many options! (you can click on the pic for info)
The ankle boots are mine! I called them! Has anyone gotten their hands on a pair yet? How is the fit and quality?
Update: I just ordered the ankle boots, apparently they aren’t in store yet. But, you can order them online. It says they should arrive in 2-4 weeks. Yay!
I’ve been in such a “purple” kind of mood lately. It’s not a color I normally wear, but I’m starting to step out of my color “comfort zone.” I’ve always been afraid to look like Barney or something. What was I thinking? I would have to dress head-to-toe in this color to look like this pre-schooler’s idol. But, now I know I can add a splash of color without getting out of control.
What color(s) have you been hesitant about wearing? Do you wear them now?
I know summer is almost over, but that doesn’t mean I can’t keep looking for that chic summer dress! These dresses are from Saks Fifth Avenue’s Salon Z department…so they are probably going to remain on my wish list due to budget restraints. That’s OK…a curvy girl can still look, can’t she?
I am always on the hunt for that perfect hand cream. You know the one that doesn’t feel greasy, but can still moisturize. Yes, I’m one of those skin health people. You should be one too! When was the last time you took a second out of the day to handle your skin care business? It’s so
important! That’s it…you need to take a pledge…now! Eucerin is here to help and you get a free sample (I love free!) of their Daily Skin Balance while you’re at it (for a limited time). All you have to do is take their “Skin First Pledge” on Facebook I took mine at BlogHer.
Eucerin is on it! Read what they have to say:
Did you know that our skin is our first line of defense against infections, germs and pollutants? Or that more than half of our lifetime UV exposure occurs before we’re 20? By taking the Skin FIRST Pledge, you’re not only receiving free product – you’re also raising awareness around the importance of good skin care. As a bonus, for every pledge made, Eucerin will make a donation to Healthy Women, the nation’s leading independent health information source for women. -Eucerin.com
Just when I thought I couldn’t possibly need another pair of shoes…I start craving a pair of snakeskin pumps. Man, I have shoe issues. I have my eye on these Dolce Vita Adra Peep-Toes, but unfortunately they cost $231.95. That’s beyond my budget at this point. Let’s see what the bargain pump can do for me.
The ‘bargain’ pump is the Madeline Gabean Peep-Toe for $32.97. Not bad, not bad.
So, is it going to be the ‘Bank Breaker’ or the ‘Bargain’ pump?
Guess what lucky duckies? I found a few more pics from New York City. Ok, they aren’t the best quality, but it’s all I have. And I really want to encourage you all to head out to San Diego for next year’s BlogHer conference.
The first pic is an outfit I wore to do some running around in. I found this great dress at Target, but it was a little too short for me, so I threw on some leggings. It was so hot and humid this day, but the dress kept me cool and the AC in the taxi helped a lot! It’s an easy piece to dress up too. I couldn’t find it on the Target site, sorry.
I made my way downtown to get a peek at some of the pieces from the Toula Fall collection. This is a luxury knit line being carried at Saks Fifth Avenue and Dillards, in women’s sizes. Now, this line is for the sophisticated business woman, but there were pieces that gave off a vintage vibe. I could easily pair them with jeans and a tank. They are pricey pieces, but are very versatile and can be worn from season to season. Made for the uptown curvy woman!
The publicity firm was right next door to an Urban Outfitters. I felt so sorry for the people that worked there. The AC was only working on the 3rd floor, this left those on the other floors baking! I picked up a pair of sunglasses ($10) and hopped on the subway to Midtown. First time by myself! So proud!
The next day I made my way to expo. Below are pics of my favorite highlights. The ECCO suite had their fall line ready and waiting for me (wink wink). Those suede pumps and ankle boots are mine! Timex had me with their fluorescent watches and Ebay/Bill Me Later had me drooling over a vintage lion cuff and that Rebecca Minkoff clutch. I even had a talk with White House Black Market about them carrying extended sizes. But, for now, they only carry their wedding dresses up to a size 16. Too bad.
There are more pics in the previous post, in case you didn’t see them.
Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton. He captures everything great about the Parisian woman – glamour, power, and playfulness. And, the bags? Don’t even get me started on the bags.
My LV handbags are a must-have. Please don’t make me choose just one of them.
“Fully Functioning Concealer” would be the best concealer known to woman, perfect for camouflaging dark undereye circles and treating acne and blemishes.
Paris is my favorite city so packing all the right pieces in such little time would be crucial. I would pack v-neck tees in a rainbow of colors, two cardigans, dark wash jeggings, dark grey trousers, opaque black leggings, a high-waisted white and black dress, a few statement necklaces and bracelets, pale pink nail polish, flats, pumps,my makeup kit, and a few of my favorite headbands!
“I’m a brand, baby, and every day I’m my own best advertisement.” – Kimora Lee Simmons
As I walked across the BlogHer Expo, I came to an Ebay/Bill Me Later booth. That is where I saw almost every woman walk by and pick up this black leather clutch. I walked over and saw this gorgeous black Rebecca Minkoff delight. This one lady even told me it was hers, yet it wasn’t for sale. She had that look in her eye too! Now, that’s love.
You know what handbag love is right? Kind of like I LOVE these stunning Rebecca Minkoff bags and I’d eat air for a month so I can buy one. Yeah…kind of like that.