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I wore this outfit a few weeks ago to church. I love the simplicity yet sophistication of my outfit. Here’s my outfit details.
My peplum top is from Rainbow. I love the exaggerated peplum design. Here’s a link of a similar top.
My skirt is from Monif C. I got it on sale last year for $19 which is pretty cheap for Monif C prices.
If you have been following my blog for a while, you know I love floral prints. I found this two-piece outfit from Monif C. The name of this outfit is called Tara. I really like how classy and sophisticated this look is. I wore this outfit a few Sundays ago to church. I kept this look simple with my accessories. I wore a statement necklace (Walmart), a gold flower ring, and my gold glittery pumps. FYI…I love how the flattering and tasteful the crop top is. Yay for plus size women wearing crop tops! I wore a camisole under my crop top when I went to church.
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I have really enjoyed seeing floral prints in fashion. Floral prints have had this history of looking old and unflattering. I seen so many beautiful prints that look great for women of all shades and sizes. I wanted to share some floral fashion inspirations.
The first two dresses that I am sharing are from Rue 107 (rue107.com). This company caters to women with curves and smaller sizes.
The next two floral looks are from Monif C Plus Size Fashion (monifc.com).
Here’s some fashion inspiration from Forever 21 Plus (forever21.com).
I am super excited about sharing my first garment from Monif C Contemporary Plus Size Clothing. For those of you who have followed my blog I have featured some of Monif C’s fashion on the blog. The dress I am wearing is called Elizabeth. I got Elizabeth back in November on sale with a promotional discount which totaled right at $40 (original price $128). Her clothing is more on the pricier end for what I’m used to paying, but the quality of the dress is amazing.
Here’s the model picture:
I didn’t wear the belt and chose to use a scarf instead. My shoes are from Just Fab and I got my scarf ($10) from a street vendor in French Quarters in New Orleans.