A major trend that has time traveled from the 70’s are the flare leg jean. A jean that is straight through the leg and flares out at the knee. For those of you who grew up in the 70’s, we are quite sure you’re all too familiar with this trend. Whether you hated it or loved it, this old school jean is back with a new attitude and most importantly available for the plus size curvy girls. SC has picked out a few flare leg jeans that range in sizes from 0-24. Whether you like a lot of flare or just a touch, there is something for you. If you want to take the trend up a notch, be sure to rock a pair of sexy platforms to complete that 70’s look.
GAP Flare Jeans
Even if you hate anything floral print, you’ll find it quite hard to resist a pair of cool floral print shades. Rock a pair of these girlie shades with your most fabulous trench or a pair of your best fitting jeans and a white tee.
Dolce & Gabbana
Hey curvy girls all over the world,
Plus Size model Marquita Pring was representing in the show
Yesterday was the last of my fashion week shows. I went to checkout Adrienne Landau who had some Aaaaaamazing furs. The weather was so mild yesterday that I decided to wear my gray strapless jumpsuit that I scored from ASOS. I haven’t finished tweaking this jumpsuit yet. It is a little big and I need to get it taken in. I haven’t had a chance to hit up my tailor so he could make it perfect, but, that didn’t stop me from wearing it anyway. I wore my sequin waiter jacket (yes, again) from Nordstroms Sejour line with it to add a little glamour to my look. When it came to accessorizing I kept things minimal because I realized the lack of silver jewelry I have. All my accessories are gold. However, I did manage to find in my jewelry draw a black and silver bracelet, so I threw that on. I was excited to finally wear my black sequin pumps that I got on Ebay.
While checking out the luxurious furs at Adrienne Landau I ran into one of my fave stylists June Ambrose and she was nice enough to take a picture with me after I stopped acting like a groupie.
This weekend, I will be busy writing reviews of the shows I attended and enjoying the mild weather that we are supposed to be having.
Christina Hendricks was spotted at the All-Star Superman premiere screening in a 50’s style black and white ensemble. Is she working it or is it back to the drawing board for her?
This year fashion week has been crazy. Yesterday I checked out the Boy Meets Girl show at the Metropolitan Pavilion. I had to take my outfit pics in the morning because I didn’t want to lug my tripod around with me and sometimes asking random people to take your photo is a bit awkward, especially when they give you a little attitude or they just take a crappy photo.
I wanted my look to say magazine editor. I feel like when magazine editors sit front row at fashion week they always wear black and they rock a cool jacket for a chic look. They also almost always have on a pair of super high heels. So, that’s the look I went for.
I’m wearing my tweed jacket from the GAP
(which is still available) and my absolute favorite skirt of the moment, a leather skirt that was gifted to me from Jessica London
(yes, you heard right. And you will see more of this skirt) which is still available, a sheer ruffled front blouse from Norma Kamali at Walmart, and my score of the month, a pair of Steve Madden suede blush pumps that I got at Century 21 for $17.49 . My shades are from Forever21, watch from Guess (I love big man watches), and pearl necklace from American Eagle (gifted).
Check back this week for reviews on Boy Meets Girl, Farah Agsana, and Joy Cioci.