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This first picture shall henceforth be known as why you don’t let people take pictures from below your eye-level. Eek.
top: Signature by Larry Levine. shorts: Mossimo. sandals: Bass outlet (do you know the comfort of Bass shoes? They are heavenly.)
I’m not digging this in the pictures, although I love this top – it’s silky and I think the twisted neckline is interesting. But it needs shapewear or something.
top: Peter Nygard spots cap-sleeve top in Sunset Purple (womans, misses) via GwynnieBee. jeans: Vigoss embellished pocket skinny jeans (similar in bootcut). flip-flops: ancient Ann Taylor Loft ones that badly need replaced.
I really, really liked this top. Another GwynnieBee success! (You should totally sign up for your 30-day free trial. NOW.)
I am so glad I cut the tags off these jeans, too. They are tighter but as the day wears on they fit perfectly and are really cute.
I wore this Friday for hanging around the apartment and running errands with my mom to help my sister move in!
Dress: Apt 9 at Kohl’s. shoes: Naturalizer via local thrift store. bracelets: gift from a friend. earrings: so old I have no idea. I think a gift from my parents.
I got so many compliments on this dress at church that I had to post it on my Facebook page (and thank you for 48 likes!). Want to know the funny part? I didn’t even try on the dress when I bought it, cause I was still hugely pregnant. But it was $10 at Kohl’s and I couldn’t resist the purple and fun twist detail.
[Wait, this week I wore three things with twist details in purple shades? Ha.]
And the heels? Looked brand new and they were $4 at the thrift store. My kind of outfit! See, you don’t have to spend a lot to look great. The fact that I actually did my hair and make-up helped, too.
And then I got mastitis … so you don’t want to know what I’ve worn since then. Blegh.
So do you feel encouraged by these posts? That you can have some style as a plus-sized, stay-at-home momma? I hope so!