Here we go… Keepin’ It Causal continues on the blog with yet another quilted vest from Old Navy – they were only $15…had to get it in black as well 😉 (Click here to see the other colour I got.)
I tried taking a close up so that you are able to see the different fabrics, textures and patterns that help create more ‘interest’ in this causal look 🙂
For Fall especially, try not to be afraid of bright colours. Fabulous colors make an otherwise ordinary outfit totally vibrant. Since I kept the footwear simple and black, I went for bright yellow and a multi-coloured scarf for some pizzazz.
This was another quickie outfit – comfortable enough for window shopping on WQW (West Queen West), yet polished enough for a casual lunch out somewhere too 😉
There we go …playful prints for Fall. What do you think of this look? Yay or Nay? Use the Comments section, tell me your thoughts.
You must have notice all the hype around Jumpsuits and Rompers in plus sized fashion these days….especially for summer. Wondering what your thoughts are on them?
A few months ago I did a roundup post on this, trying to figure out if this trend is for me. Click here for my initial reactions to this plus-size fashion trend.
And then while perusing the sale racks of Reitmans this happened..
I wasn’t quite sure this trend was for me …. a onesie in any season seemed to be more trouble than it was worth. Plus, the length and hip-to-shoulder ratios would typically be all off on my petite-plus sized bod. Any any alterations that would be required would only increase the price point I was willing to pay for THIS fashion trend.
But this gem fit! I found it in straight-sizes as an XXL …it wasn’t too long at all, the shoulders were only slightly larger than required AND it was only $19! #winning 🙂
What I really like about this jumpsuit/onesie is the thoughtful details of the flattering v-neck and the added bonus POCKETS for your phone and lip gloss!
I could totally see myself taking this from DAY-TO-NIGHT with a chic blazer and pointy-toed pumps, to get this office/boardroom ready. Transition to evening cocktails or weekend fun with layers of gold jewelry and metallic sandals.
This jumpsuit could easily be a great option to keep your packing light on vacation. Pair it with simple flat sandals to stroll by day, and wedges for an evening look.
An additional bonus…is that there’s a slight elastic ankle, which allowed me to wear the pants shorter if I wanted to…like I did above. With the interesting dark navy pattern of the jumpsuit, I chose to keep all the other accessories simple and gold to standout a bit more, along with my white ceramic MK watch. And lastly, I added a skinny gold belt to the waist, as it is the only GOLD belt I own.
Ideally, I would have liked to have worn this onesie with a more substantial gold belt…like the ones I’ve been coveting on my Polyvore collage board:
How I Got the Look:
White cross body w/gold stud purse, gold drop earrings & gold coral necklace, Aldo Accessories; Gold & white sandals, Le Chateau; Navy patterned jumpsuit, Reitmans;Michael Kors watch; Gold skinny belt, Dressbarn (from an old dress)
THIS JUST IN…..Reitmans (one of my favourite retailers) just recently put these pics of me onto their store’s Instagram! Exciting!!!! 🙂
Who’s already jumped on this bandwagon? Rompers? Jumpsuits? Where from?
Share friends…use the Comments section … tell me everything! 🙂
Toronto kick’s off their Summerlicious season!!! Which means this petite plus diva gets to get dolled up to discover and experience the diverse cuisine this city has to offer at exceptional value!!! For two mouth-watering weeks in July, foodies savour delicious three-course prix fixe lunch and dinner menus at more than 200 of the city’s top restaurants.
Last Night a gf and I tried out CHURCH APERITIVO BAR. Located in an old church at Queen and Dovercourt….this spot’s speciality is Italian cuisine. The food was delish with very generous portions. The meatballs were just like my ex’s Nona used to make (once you added some of their chili-flake sauce). There’s a built-in 18% gratuity, and the paired wine with the menu turned out to be $15 PER GLASS. A little outrageous, I think, but waddya gonna do once your belly is full and the bill comes. Sadly, I failed to take any photos of my food … which is very unusual for me… guess we were more hungry than we thought. 🙂
Here’s what I wore:
Does this dress look familiar? That’s cuz … it was one of the dresses I wore for the collaboration photo shoot entitled“IS IT SPRING YET?”with Rebecca Northcott Photography and Your Big Sister’s Closet this past Spring.
I fell in love with this dress immediately! So much so that I had to buy it BEFORE we even got to the location for the photoshoot 🙂
If you look closely at the photo shoot pictures you’ll see my bra strap is showing … sigh. At the time I didn’t have one that was suitable of the way the back of this dress is cut. Buuuuuuut in the newer pictures from this post – this has been corrected with Cacique’s Lace Racerback Bra!!
For dinner, I’ve styled it casually with minimal jewellery, make up and accessories, in order to let the fantastic pattern & colours of this dress really shine.
It was a bit on the cooler side that night – with temperatures threatening to dip into high teens tonight (+18) … so keeping that in mind, I paired this gorgeous maxi with an open black 3/4 sleeved cardi (Reitmans). In an effort to keep it ‘summertime fun’, I tied it in front rather than keeping it open so that the lovely paisley pattern doesn’t get hidden. 🙂
How I Got The Look:
Black & paisley maxi dress from Your Big Sister’s Closet (click here to see the photoshoot I did for them that prompted me to buy this dress)
Sandals from Nine West Outlet (click here to see my cross-boarder shopping haul post)
Black open cardi, Reitmans; Silver teardrop earrings, Payless; Black clutch wallet, Ardene
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