I am the girl who has jumped off the deep end and fallen in love with fashion. I love prancing around town in an outfit that fits my body and personality. You can find me on the clearance racks of H&M and Express (two of my fav stores) and at your local thrift store. I love fashion but not breaking my pockets, so I’m always on the hunt for deals and steals!
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I am a lover of all things fabulous and fashionable (but affordable). In my former life I was either a major diva or sensational drag queen. Not quite sure of which one, but my love of MAC make-up, accessories, music, hair and need to overly exaggerate has followed me to this life. I am a chameleon, so my style and hair is always changing to fit my multiple personalities. I am a reality/sitcom TV and celebrity gossip junkie as well.
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Though the fashion world seems to be in favor of all things thin, ELLE Quebec goes against the norm displaying a plus size model on the cover of their May 2013 issue. Justine LeGault, a Canadian model, displays her size 14 frame proudly on the cover of this month’s issue. Internet commentators and editors alike are singing high praises of the magazine for taking a bold stance on getting other magazines to feature more shapely women.
With that being said, let’s hope the tides are being turned. Being a plus size woman myself I am definitely pulling for fashion magazines to feature full figured women.
Take a look at the cover here.
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The “Fly Girls” from the hit 90s comedy sketch show, “In Living Color,” was the inspiration for Urban Outfitters latest collection “Silence and Noise.” Lasting for four years, the television series was the starting point for a multitude of comics, dancers and musicians. The 90s-inspired collection includes Aztec prints, harem/jogger pants, crop tops, neon’s and high waist shorts all made memorable from the iconic dance troupe.
My opinion? The collection is adorable and definitely plays off of nostalgic fashions in the 90s, but it is pricy. Some of these items, I’m sure, can be found in a local thrift store.
Take a look at the latest collection here,
Looking for a way to jazz up your spring wardrobe? Try gold oxfords! Seen on celebrities such as Solange and worn on various runway fashion shows, it’s a glamorous spin on an otherwise very traditional shoe. Perfectly paired with the popular, and extremely trendy, short suits or skinny jeans combined with a slouchy off-the-shoulder top you can’t go wrong!
Funny thing is I bought a pair two years ago from the Material Girl line. Glad I held on to them! Are you interested in a pair? Here are a few we found under $150!
Envy Waltz Oxford-Gold: $39.95 DSW.com
Jeffery Cambell Uniform Metallic Oxford: $110 NastyGal.com
Steve Madden Tudor Cap-Toe Oxford: $69.99 DSW.com
MIA-Alexis: $59 Shoes.com