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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

STYLE JOURNEY: NEUTRALS AND ANIMAL PRINTS

 Hey curvy girls all over the world,
While I was being cheap and deleting photos from my camera just so I didn't have to go and buy a new SD card, I realized how many photos I've taken of outfits that I never shared with you guys. Now, like any blogger I can get a little photo happy. So, I try to take it easy on posting everything that I wear. While deleting photos I no longer needed, I came across me wearing one of my favorite shirt-dresses.


 This Calvin Klein shirt-dress is just everything you can ask for when you're longing for a casual yet put together ensemble. I remember the day I bought it. I was cruising the racks at Lord & Taylor and saw it hanging  all by it's lonesome. Whenever I see just one of something in my size, I instantly believe that the item was waiting for me.

This particular shirt-dress was designed to have a relaxed fit. I didn't have to worry about anything clinging to me or being too short. Even when it blew in the wind, it looked kind of sexy. I'm actually on the hunt for a sleeveless full skirted shirt-dress to add to my collection. I have a bright green shirt-dress which I adore (seen here) and a full skirted one will just complete my small collection. I accessorized the neutral shirtdress with a pair of snakeskin Calvin Klein strappy sandals (which I'm selling in a size 10 on ebay for $30, go here) an orange necklace from Charlotte Russe, a snakeskin bracelet,  and a pair of gold and green chandelier earrings.

 I'm aware that this last picture looks like I'm holding a gun in my pocket.

How do you guys feel about shirt-dresses?

What I'm wearing
Shirt-dress: Calvin Klein
Shoes: Calvin Klein
Necklace: Charlotte Russe
Earrings: 
Bracelet: H&M

1 comment:

My Vintage Curves said...

I love the chemisier dress, it's so chic and old fashioned!
http://myvintagecurves.blogspot.it/

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