There is something sexy about a leather/khaki combo with a pair of stilettos. When I was gifted this belt from Killer Curves Clothing, I knew it would go perfectly with a pair of older-than-old Urban Soul heels I haven't worn in years
If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram (@karinaxoxo) you would have seen I recently chopped my hair to a short style.
I'll go into more detail next week about the ease of styling short hair, but today I want to talk about how I dress my new hair. Because my ear lobes and neckline are always exposed now, I am really loving being able to dress up my outfits with earrings and necklaces.
I'm not against popping into a chain store accessory shop, but now that I will be wearing costume style earrings every day, I'd rather buy a good quality product.
One of my new fave online shops is www.shabbysisters.com.au
I was kindly gifted the Devon Dolman sleeve top by www.killercurves.com.au to consider using in my How I Wore posts. I only had to put it on to know it would be more than a top I would consider! It is quite possibly the most flattering top I have every worn. It's the perfect length for leggings and if you could feel the fabric you would know why I never want to take it off!
Stay tuned for an update of my first night out on the town in nearly 12 months!
* This product was gifted to me, however opinions are that of my own and have not been influenced.
Today I wanted to show you all that I don't always dress in a perfectly put together outfit.
I always look at other bloggers outfit posts and think "wow, they ALWAYS look so put together". I can't speak for other people, but I generally only showcase an outfit if I've put thought into it, and have taken the time to put it together (read; I am actually going somewhere that requires such outfit)
When I am just running errands for the day with my little man, I a) dress for comfort and b) wear something that can be easily inter-changeable should it get covered in baby spew!
I guess I should clarify that these "How I Wore It" outfit posts are more to showcase how pieces look on a curvy (plus size even, I guess) person. So many retailers these days sell up to a size 18-20 at least, but garments usually look VERY different on a size 16 than they do on a size 8.
My style is, and always has been fairly classic. I own a lot of basis pieces, and can almost guarantee I will wear black on either my top or bottom half.