Stripes! I have to say, stripes are always something I’ve been drawn to. I’ve never listened to the whole “fat people shouldn’t wear horizontal stripes”. In fact, I wore a striped dress to MBFF 2 years ago.
Around the same time last year, we had the same theme of Stripes and I wore my leggings (see here), so I dug into my closet for something different. Luckily, I got this jacket out of layby the past week! Perfect! City Chic have released a whole lot of striped things recently, and after trying on nearly everything, I settled on this jacket. It’s lightweight and super comfy.
The dress is a Kmart score, from their straight section in a size 18. It’s a bit short, but it’s sooo comfy and I have a feeling it will probably get a lot of wear this summer. I don’t usually go for things that are so tight and have a seam at my hips, but I think it looks okay styled like this. Plus, it was $15!!
I’m really really loving the monochrome trend at the moment, I already have a fair amount of black in my wardrobe, but white is a colour I never thought i’d wear. Its funny how times change. I never thought i’d ever be blonde either!
I’ve always claimed that even my fashion is ruled by my star sign. I was always planning on gothing it up a bit for ‘Spike Week’ on Aussie Curves, but as you can see, there is no black in sight! I was also considering using this dress/tunic for an upcoming theme. Oh well.
It’s been a while since I’ve worn this, I got it in 2010 (you can see it in an OOTD here) but my then boyfriend didn’t really like it on me, so I never wore it. It’s a little large in the boob department, but otherwise I quite like it. It’s so comfy & makes me feel really feminine.
This is actually the first time wearing my Lita Spikes, I picked them up in one of the Solestruck sales for like $60. As you know, I LOVE shoes, and Jeffrey Campbell are one of my favourite brands. For such a high heel/ platform, they are pretty comfortable. And yes, they are VERY sharp!
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