Fall is approaching soon, so it is time to start thinking about all of the denim pieces I plan to rock. I loved the denim on denim trend! It is so much fun finding ways to make wearing denim more interesting and fun. Charlotte Russe is relaunching their plus size line that is now in over 300 stores and online, and I had the opportunity to team up with them to create a some fall inspired looks for you all (yeah)! The nearest store to me is in Raleigh, NC, and they just added the plus size line in store a couple of months ago, so I was thrilled to finally be able to try on some pieces in store.
There are so many women who read my blog daily, so I thought it was time to answer one of the questions that I get on the appropriate way to dress (based on the function). We all know that some women live by the theory of “It doesn’t matter what I wear–I don’t care.” If that is you, this post is not for you. It is for those of us that understand that we will always be judged by our appearance and the clothing that we choose to wear. Depending on the type of impression that you want to make it is very important to understand a few basic principles.
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I’m sure you all know that midi skirts are the perfect item to have in your wardrobe. You can wear them anywhere and the styling options are limitless. Midi skirts come in a variety of fabrics, styles and prints and the best part is they look great on every body type. If you are short like me, check out my post on “The Short Girl’s Midi Skirt Handbook.” I am having a lot of fun with my midi skirt collection this summer, and I have a few must-have styles that I think you should grab on your next shopping trip!
Picture via Eugenia Says Instagram (I adore this woman!)
I often hear women talking about sisterhood and the importance of supporting one other because we all share one common factor that only we can understand…womanhood. I would like to think that sisterhood means that we all genuinely love each other as human beings and want the best for each other, but I know that all women do not feel or think this way. Sisterhood is a touchy subject for me. You may not know this about me, but I read people very well (meaning I can see through the false pretentious talk).