18 May 2015

Plus Size Separates

I recently bought and shared on the blog a gorgeous organza check skirt from +Simply Be which you can read about here 

My style over the past couple of years has evolved to the point now where I wear a dress every day, usually with some sort of print and frequently floral.  Feminine with a nod to 50's styling is my thing and I do not stray from it often.

My purchase of this skirt was an impulse buy as I fell in love with it immediately, however I did not really know how to style it, with the skirt being out of my usual comfort zone.  Straight edges, black and a separate; not my usual wardrobe choice at all.

As such, I ended up styling the skirt in my usual feminine way with sandals, a v neck and pretty necklace as you can see below.


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I was going out for a meal today and came across the skirt in my wardrobe and decided that today, I wanted to do it justice.  Channeling the fabulous style of MrsBeBe and using pieces from my wardrobe (and my new fringe), I went with the below.  

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Black jumper (past season)
Neon necklace - charity shop
Organza check skirt
Black ankle boots - previously reviewed here

I believe that it is important that we always challenge ourselves when it comes to fashion.  Try things that you ordinarily would not and in my case, returning to colours like black that I had previously banished.

One thing that I will still maintain is that I am no longer a pants and top kinda gal.  I wore trousers and a top for a full day last week and I was so uncomfortable!  Long life the dress (and the separates on occasions).

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4 comments:

  1. I actually LOVE this skirt it looks bloody lovely. I am trying to wear more skirts and tops rather than just dresses all the time because I think you can do so much more with them. xx

    Miss Kitty Kaos (Adventures Of A Riot Grrrl)

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  2. Très chic!

    C xx
    http://curvygirlthin.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. You look so chic! Love this look on you. I feel really uncomfortable in trousers, too- and I usually feel really frumpy in them now, as well. I can't believe I used to wear them all the time feeling like that. xx

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  4. I completely understand, dresses are the best. Simple and chic all the time, this one looks fantastic on you! :)

    Oui Curvy

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