A Fashion Post

21 Mar

The other day I was going through my wardrobe, pulling out clothes and working out what will fit me come winter, and what is too big now. I realised that I had nothing to wear in the coming cooler months. While I needed a coat, I knew that I had no idea what size to buy. And even if I did, how much longer before it got too big for me? 🙂 Positive thinking indeed! So I decided to purchase a warm wrap in this seasons biggest print; leopard. A wrap will work at any size. It was also only $30.

I also went into a straight-sized store and purchased a few items I will be able to continue to wear through my weightloss.

1) Short pencil skirt to wear with leggings or tights (I found some super stretchy tights in Target in a straight size).

2)Maxi skirts in a stripe and a plain black. These are also straight sized in a 16 (I am in a plus-sized 18-20 at the moment).

3)2 square jumpers. One in black and one in a burgundy. These 2 are straight sized and will look good when I lose more weight.

4)I also found a crochet top that can be worn over my black jumper in a straight size too.

5)A couple of thin belts which I already had

6)Added some accessories like earings and an infinity scarf as well as knee-high boots or flats.

I am ready for winter! And I don’t need to feel guilty about shopping when I know I am losing weight every month.

 

 

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2 Responses to “A Fashion Post”

  1. Ronnie March 21, 2012 at 5:50 pm #

    Love it! Come be my personal shopper, please. 🙂

    • Year2Band March 21, 2012 at 8:57 pm #

      My dream job!! :-))

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