Happy Wednesday, lovelies!
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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Hello beautiful people!
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).
The next floral fashions are from Fashion to Figure (fashiontofigure.com).
There are so many different varieties of fabulous floral prints and designs that are available. Has anyone been wearing floral prints this season?
Talk to you soon and enjoy floral fashion inspirations!
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.
Dress right out of package