Weekend Warrior

So the other day I wrote about going to dinner on Sunday with my peeps.  Well here is what I wore.  I know that I often just do posts about my work ensembles and want to switch it up a bit.  Casual and comfy is my weekend mantra as during the week I am usually in slack and blouses, I mean you see the blog posts.  BTW I  ❤ this tee from ASOS and I may just cry the day I have to retire it.  As a well endowed woman I find it challenging to get tops that fit my bust and are long enough to cover that little something extra I keep stashed around the middle.  It’s like cash in the mattress…W.E hahaha

Here are the deets

Top ASOS (old as ish)

Crops New York & Co (old as ish)

Jewelry Chloe+Isabel

Sneakers Zappos 

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Denim Woes Solved!

First let me say sorry for not posting for the past couple of months, but I decided that I wanted to take three classes this semester (why I have no real idea) hence the lack of posts. But I am now that much closer to graduating (woot woot), so thank you for your patience.

Trolling my emails this morning I came across an article from Racked.com about the 23 best places to buy denim, and most of the do have a website. So if you don’t live in NYC have no fear you to can partake of these great styles. The list features some classic names such as AG Jeans, Rag n Bone, GAP, and Levi’s. There are even some newbies like Mavi jeans. But sadly most of these jeans are $100 or more, so what about budget friendly options?
Hence my addition to the list with some spots that I have found offer a great selection at reasonable pricing. LOFT, Alloy, New York & Company, as these brands offer tall lengths (because women over 5’8 like to wear jeans) plus offer a variety of styles. Having gone to various places and tried on jeans to be disappointed in cut and fit, LOFT ranks as my top tip. It sits ON my waist (not below it) and has stretch, plus they have a curvy style (cause a girl got some hips!). So while yes, most the brands listed are great, what about us 99% that don’t want to have $200 for jeans? Now mind you, this is just my take. I want to know what is your go to brand? What do you like about them? Have you tried any of the listed ones?

Read the full article here and let me know your thoughts!

http://ny.racked.com/archives/2014/04/15/the_best_places_for_denim_shopping_in_new_york_city.php

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