Jacket: J. Crew Factory (XL) | Tee: Spiritex (XL) | Jeans: Gap (14S) (similar) | Shoes: Nine West (similar) | Bag: Rebecca Minkoff (this year's version) | Bag Strap: Rebecca Minkoff | Sunglasses: Ray-Ban | Lapel Pins: Etsy | Bracelet: Bought at Four Corners (similar concept) | Choker: ASOS Curve | Lipstick: Dior Rouge Dior in 999
When I visit a city, hotel, or other destination I love, I like getting a souvenir. I'm not one for those being tee shirts, but when I saw this one in Asheville I couldn't resist! And I can't resist this fall's trend of enamel pins. I found these eyelash ones on Etsy and thought they were a perfect way to update my trusty denim jacket.
If you follow me on Snapchat you know I found sunglasses I thought I lost in my backpack when I went to Raleigh. Since I found them, I treated myself to buying some replacement makeup at Sephora. This lipstick was either a promo code GWP or a VIB offer, and I really really like it. It's a true red, matte, but not dry looking. It looks as though I just colored my lips red and it wears away in a gentle way where I don't look as though I ate off my lips. It's a mini lipstick; I'll see if by the time it's used up if I'll buy the full-sized version.
Shoutout to ASOS Curve which carries plus size jewelry. As a curvy girl, I've had a hard time finding a choker that doesn't literally choke me. This spring I got one from Baublebar that broke with a sneeze. This one from ASOS Curve is adjustable, so I could even wear it lower and add a pendant to it. They have plenty of curvy-girl jewelry like larger rings, arm bands, bracelets, watches, and plenty more styles of chokers. Here's to brands making trends accessible to all!