Happy Friday!

Hasn’t the weather been super “blogger-friendly”? On the East Coast, we’ve had 65 degree weather, lots of sun, and most importantly: NO SNOW!

This makes picture taking so much easier. Last week, I decided to take a stroll around the North End of Boston and snap a few flicks of the latest additions to my closet. Fashion to Figure has always been one of my “go-to’s” . There’s nothing like a store that carries a lot of options online as well as in-store. I wanted to get creative so I did a little nip and tuck and created an outfit that everyone thought was a two patterned dress!


These are two pieces from Fashion to Figure. The top is a peplum top that a tucked away into the skirt. It was a bit of a risk because I knew it would make my waist look wider but that didn’t matter to me. Currently the top is sold out, but here’s a top that is very similar to it –> Robin Stripe Strapless Peplum.  I am wearing a size 3 (20-22) if it helps.


The skirt, Circle Midi Skirt, is a heavy weight skirt that widens as it goes down. I love that it’s heavy weight because reinforced material allows for a cleaner look. Plus, light weight skirts often usher in wedgies and wind-related accidents.  I can’t wait to style this skirt throughout the Spring and Summer. I am wearing a size 2 (size 18-20).


As for as accessorizing, I said that I would do a better job with mixing patterns. I chose to pair this outfit with leopard since it’s the new solid. My clutch from Fashion to Figure  has large leopard spots, so pairing it with my fringed leopard pumps from Ebay made it easy. I am wearing a size 11.


Top, Skirt, and Clutch: Fashion to Figure   Pumps: Ebay     Accessories: Assorted

So what did you think? See anything you like? Make sure you check you pay attention to the sizing chart to order accurately.

Until next week,