I definitely would say I am a tee shirt and jeans kind of gal. Every now and again there is an item that breaks me out of going to my tried and true. As you all know, Eloquii this season has been killing it. Their Fall/Holiday collections has something for everybody. One of the biggest trends from the runway was the floral suit and Eloquii gave us plus size gals, not one but two versions this season that are simply amazing.
The Floral Crepe Blazer & Kady pant are the dynamic duo of suits. It's bold color makes this fun to wear. As soon as a put it on my mood was lifted. It fits well and since they are separates I can get so much wear out of both pieces. Blazer's are a big part of my wardrobe; they instantly make a look more polished. This floral one is super cute and makes a statement. I am wearing the blazer in a 20. With blazers for me it's all about the fit in my arms and across the chest. This blazer fits great, and I have room to layer. The Kady is my go to pant. I own the pant in several colors and prints, and I always receive compliments any time I wear them. I wear a 16 in Kady, and even though I have the pants in different fabrications, the sizing is still consistent.
I have been wearing loafers since I was a little girl, and when I saw these from Asos, I just had to have them. The punchy color worked perfectly with my suit, and above all else, they are comfortable to wear. Heeled loafers are another big trend this season, and anything with a block heel is just easier on your feet. Tis the season for cold weather so I wore my favorite turtleneck sweater from the Gap. There is nothing cute about being sick, so I like to keep my neck covered up in the winter time. Cute and covered is the name of the game in the winter.
Wearing a suit was something I always shied away from. Most plus size suits were drab and boring, so it was never something I wanted to invest in. Having options that are not only well fitting, but fit into my style makes me willing to wear different things, and I must say I love it. What do you think?