Here I am in all of my nervous and bummy glory!! Sorry, it’s such a lazy job. But, I promise the next one will be better.
You’ll have to excuse the enthusiasm, but I love big fun hair. I always think of the time my bff teased her hair out in Las Vegas. She looked like an extra in a 80′s rock music video. It was awesome. Now, imagine how much I loved the Roksanda Ilincic Fall 2010 line that graced the London runways. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. Oh…btw…be prepared for big hair to be a hot spring trend!
A popular high-end woman’s lingerie company contacted me today and is considering creating a plus size line and they would like your feedback!
I would really appreciate you taking the time to fill out this survey that I created. Thanks ladies!!
Repeat after me…”Prints are my friend.” Don’t be afraid of this daring spring trend. Geometric, tribal, and ikat are definitely the eye-attracting prints to wear this spring. If you’re not into the much loved floral print, then this may be for you.
Any of the tops can be worn with a simple solid color legging or even a skinny jean. I have my eye on #2 and #11. I love the idea of a chic long layered necklace as an accessory. Or even a solid color skinny belt can add definition.
My golden rule: Try not to wear more than one style of print, no combining here! The print is already your bold statement piece.
- Macy’s AGB Flutter Sleeve Printed Smocked Blouson
- Asos Curve Printed Foil Sweat Dress
- Faith 21 Knit Top with Tribal Scarf
- Lane Bryant Geometric T-Shape Dress
- Alloy Tribal Print Tee
- Evans Chain Shoulder Detail Top
- Alloy Ikat Tunic Sweater
- Alloy Tribal Chiffon Blouse
- Next International Blue Global Print Layer Top
- Nordstrom Donna Morgan Cap Sleeve Jersey Sheath
- Torrid Neon Multi Geometric Print Pocket Tank
- Torrid Black Grey and Turquoise Ikat Tiered Ruffle Tank Dress
I was worried the dress might have been too short or showed too much cleavage. But, I think it was OK. Right? lol
This whole outfit costs….$65! Not bad, considering I can wear these pieces over and over. The only thing about the dress was the belt. It kept coming undone, so I had to fix it with an emergency bobby pin. The shoes weren’t the most comfortable, but they worked. I even got a few compliments.
**Sorry about the weird expression on my face…hahahaha…it was the best pic of the bunch.
Look at these lovely ladies at London Fashion Week.
Wearing Mark Fast’s fall 2010 line proud.
Looking forward, she says, “to the day when we don’t put people down because of their size,” Emme sometimes lectures at high schools near her Leonia, N.J., home. Her message: “Don’t kill yourself trying to change your body. Change the way you think about your body.”-People Magazine
**I found this article about 30 minutes ago. Please, Please, Please leave a comment and tell Mrs. Richardson what you think about her article. I sure did. Click on the title for the link.
The negatives of plus-size
The Daily Iowan
We are in the midst of the hottest time in fashion. February begins the Fashion Week parade that jumps from New York to London to Paris, complete with the walking pieces of art that will hit (mostly elite) stores in the spring. Implicit in your thoughts on couture designers and bright runways are the models. While the exact shape of the model changes to express the zeitgeist of the decade, the actual size has basically stayed the same. This year, however, more than one designer has chosen to include the generally dreaded (in the fashion world at least) plus-size model. Rumors abound from London and New York about the opposition to this new inclusion.
So what is all the hubbub about? Despite my very secure self-identification as a feminist, I find myself a bit out of sorts where this topic is involved. While I oppose the idea of size-0 models as the only representation of the female form on the runway, I don’t think I am a fan of the size-12 models either.
**I was at the mall yesterday and I saw tons of handbags in these colors. I’m wondering if you think this color bag can be used year round. Or just a spring/summer color?
As you can see, the fall runway produced a very simple and attainable look. For the most part, the makeup was light and the hair was wavy. I have always been a fan of the soft lip and strong eye. Oscar de la Renta’s look was a little bit darker than the others, but the women look stunning.
Which designer’s beauty look is your favorite?
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Anyways…L.A. was really beautiful today, it was in the 70′s. I didn’t want to wear pants, so I threw on this new dress compliments of
There were angels, butterflies, flowers, bows, and sparrows. Every season, a new print explodes into our wardrobes.
This season, you can’t walk into your favorite boutique without trying on at least one item with the peacock design. It’s everywhere.
The question is…are you buying it?
Welcome to the Curves and Chaos jungle! This safari spring trend is for the fashionista woman warrior.
Colors like camel, khaki, and Army green can be incorporated into any wardrobe. A simple white tee, tank, or blouse is key for bottoms. Tops go great with jeans.
Don’t forget your accessories either. Canvas bags and wood adorned jewelry add an edge to any outfit. I can’t forget the basketweave-inspired shoe. It’s definitely on my shopping list…along with #5.
My golden rule: Be confident in whatever you wear. Remember, it’s an urban jungle out there!
- Faith 21 Shoulder Tie Safari Romper
- Urban Outfitters Leather Cuff Watch
- Alloy Stella Fedora
- Alloy Saddle Up Bag
- Next Khaki Four Pocket Jacket
- Old Navy Women’s Wooded Bead Bracelet
- Alloy Spoons Jeans Pleated Stretch Poplin Short
- Next Embellished Cami
- Alloy Stretch Poplin Trouser
- Alloy Elise Boot
- Old Navy Boot Cut Perfect Khakis
- Alloy Neria Cuff
- Old Navy Low Rise Linen Blend Shorts
- Torrid Front Woven Stretch Belt
- Old Navy Camo Cargo Mini
- Forever 21 Markie Basketweave Wedge
- Top Shop Canvas Despatch Bag
- Alloy Adaliz Bangle Set