Love that little face.
Nicole’s bold print dress and sexy sandals are making me miss the warm weather!
And on the flip side, Lee makes minimalist winter accessories look alluringly chic.
Lusting after Jenny’s boxy plaid coat, step-hem jeans, and combat boots. Also loving Allison’s take on the plaid coat.
Don’t forget that Dress the Population offers stellar holiday party dress options through size 18, and the brand is made in the U.S.!
“As a plus size woman there’s all this meaning put behind usually meaningless decisions. I need to wear clothes. I buy clothes I like. I wear those clothes. While usually I am wearing what I like and what spoke to me that day, the world sometimes interprets it into a grand statement. I’m brave or bold. I’ve broken the antiquated rules. I went out of the house with something that actually shows the shape of my body. In my heart of hearts I can’t wait until the day when my fashion sense is praised without the caveat that I’m plus or body positive or wearing something society says I shouldn’t. How about just, ‘This girl is wearing a cool outfit.’ That would be nice. I’d like that.”
Update: Purchased this sweater storage unit and am disproportionately thrilled with how ideal it is for my needs. And how sturdy and well-made.
Maryam wears her floaty pink and white layers with stylish ease.
I live in my slippers all winter long, so I appreciated this list of the seven most comfortable slippers on the market.
Miria’s playful outfit includes a lip-print top, pleated midi skirt, and sneakers. So cute!
“The employees most impacted by a dress code are often the ones who identify as nonbinary and have a more gender neutral or genderqueer expression. For them, life is not simply a matter of choosing between neckties and heels, and workplaces should be prepared to make accommodations.”
I’m in a serious scarf phase, and dying to buy one of the dark prints from Park and Young.
Cheryl’s pink cape and sneakers are an unexpectedly perfect pairing.
I adore the elegant simplicity of this full skirt and turtleneck outfit. Classy and timeless.
“It was back when I was in my early teens that I realised how modest clothes made me feel so much more comfortable, stylish and confident. Which is why I opted for modest fashion at a young age. Obviously this was not an easy decision as I struggled a lot at times. I was bothered with people’s stares or awkwardness around me. Eventually, it all ended as soon as I stopped caring about what others thought and focused more on myself.”
Proof that relentless marketing works: I totally bought this catnip-laced fish toy for Harriet after seeing ads for it approximately 90 trillion times on Instagram. She loves it.
This post can help you suss out if you need more prints or more solids in your wardrobe.
The stereotype states that introverts wear neutrals, extroverts wear brights. This discussion explores more.
On my holiday wish list: This Charley Harper print of Darwin’s finches.
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