Most of wardrobe is retro fashion, focusing on the 1940s-60s, but occasionally, I like to flashback to a different time…the 90s!
I loved the overalls of the 90s. Other styles of this fashion have come and gone since, but they were never cut quite the same. But when I saw these overalls from Old Navy, as part of their new Bod Equality campaign, I knew that they were just what I was looking for. And to really emphasize the throwback theme, I added some Care Bears brooches from Erstwilder, and a stack of HOMES bracelets with a center stone from one of my favorite childhood locations, Lake Michigan:
This is what confidence looks like. Despite the fact that some people would say that plus-sized women shouldn’t wear overalls, and others would say that if you’re old enough to have worn a trend the last time it was popular you shouldn’t wear it again, I’m still wearing them, simply because I like them and feel great in them! I’m really thankful that I’ve a reached a place in my life where I can dress with this kind of confidence!
Time for another look at this year’s hottest accessory…the mask! This time, I’m taking a look at some of my favorite floral-print masks for spring:
I really love these masks from Old Navy. I like the way they fit, I like that they have adjustable ear loops, and I love that there are so many colors and prints. If you had told me a year ago that I would have a preferred mask, and a whole bunch of variations of that favorite on top of it, I never would have believed you, but here we are…I like that I can still be fashionable and express myself even during a pandemic!
I love festive fashion in all forms, and that includes masks! I knew Old Navy would offer some cool holiday prints, and they did not disappoint…from dogs and cats to Nordic-inspired designs, there was something for everyone in our family (and I wore them all at least once). I loved coordinating all the fun and whimsical patterns with my festive outfits!
There have been many, many downsides to this year, but at least I got to make some fun and unexpected additions to my wardrobe!
It’s been what…four, almost five months since I started masking every time I leave the house (which still isn’t often to begin with!)? I’ve decided to have fun with it. We have a whole bunch of masks in solids and patterns (the patterned masks are from Old Navy…they have lots of great options!), and I enjoy choosing one to go with my outfit when I do go out. It’s just another form of accessorizing, and I like to do it in style!
How do you like to incorporate masks into your look?