I've always rocked patterns and different mixes of prints. I would say that it is in fact a segment of my personal style. However, as of lately, I've grown very fond of simple, SOLID, statement pieces. Pieces with interesting cuts and features that make it unique/ special. I still love an ankara, tribal, floral, striped, dotted, geo, novelty, abstract, and especially animal print. Don't get me wrong. I'm just getting into the versatility and simplicity of the basics.
I know that the majority of big women are severely intimidated by the color yellow. It effortlessly catches attention and is just too bright/ daring for some people. But, if you've abandoned that anxiety ... get into this crop top/ pant set (2X) from The Bombshell Boutique. I paired it with a basic statement necklace/ clutch and was done. With the tummy peek, flared sleeves, split train .. I didn't want to accessorize too boldly/ heavily (overdo it),
Contrary to belief, when i'm getting dressed for day-to-day activity, COMFORT is key. This crop/ skirt set (2X) is my perception of what it means to be comfortable. The fabric is heavy (so i'm not worried about transparency), it flows (so I can wear any undergarments I want), it's long (so I don't have to lotion or shave, don't judge me lol), and on top of that, it's dainty and pink. While rocking it very casually is my preference, a necklace and sandal dresses it right up! C/O Haute Life Plus.
This wrap dress from Haute Life Plus worked on it's own. It was a weird concept for me to grasp as I love to accessorize and style my clothing. I tried to style it a million different ways and everything either took away from it's luxurious look or didn't "match". The satin-like finish of the fabric, the gathers, the asymmetrical hem, the color ... it needed no additions. So I kept it basic.
Capes (on dresses) aren't necessarily my fave. They hide my waistline and seem more appropriate in crop top/ blouse form. However, if the concealing of your rear is preferred or if you happen to have a problem with back fat, i'd recommend trying out this trend. This descending cape mini dress can be found in several colors at The Bombshell Boutique
I LEGIT thought we were getting Spring a few weeks early, and was super excited last week. Now, it's chilly again. Ugh. Go away! At least I got to wear my turtleneck midi dress, though. This cozy piece with the long sleeves + vest addition is keeping me warm (without a bulky jacket).