So before Christmas I saw this sweatshirt at Target and made the joke to my friend Marcy that on me this sweatshirt would say rolls & more rolls, and passed on to other clothes. Fast forward a month and a $6 price tag, I fell in love with it.
It's not exactly figure flattering, rather box-y in shape, but between the color, the neckline and the embellished "&" on the front, it's quickly become my favorite sweatshirt.
Let me tell you what I was thinking in this picture: 'oh come on, take the picture, there's a car coming...what's taking so long?" Then I realized there are 2 options on my remote, immediate and delayed, and you can guess what mine was on. Well, I can say that is the photography self-taught lesson for this week!
When I decided to start doing OOTD pictures for my blog, I immediately was filled with fear- mainly that I would be too boring. I don't receive free clothes from vendors and brands, and I don't have money to show you a different outfit everyday. And seriously, this is me in sweats on a GOOD day. I have reassured myself that I do have the style and ingenuity to create with what I have already, only adding pieces here and there.
I would love to thrift, and show you how I incorporate thrifted pieces into my wardrobe, but I am a weird size and that makes thrifting difficult. You see, I am literally right in between women's sizes and plus sizes. Yes, I guess that gives me 2 different worlds to shop from, but it makes thrifting even more difficult. Seriously, if I could find a good tailor, I'd be set. This sweatshirt is actually an XXL from the (misses) department at Target, and the yoga pants are an XL from Target activewear. I believe they actually call these pants juniors, but they don't fit like them.
And by the way, the peace part of "love & peace" would be these pants, where the word peace is across the fold down waist band on the back. And every time I wear these pants, my husband informs me they spelled peace wrong...bahahaha...
I will brag on myself a little here and tell you how much I am loving my hair here. I promise a tutorial soon-- believe me, it's EASY. And QUICK.
The love part would be my favorite piece of jewelry, my 'love' bracelet from lia sophia which never leaves my wrist.