This month our blogging collective, Ahead of the Curve, is collaborating on how we love ourselves, just the way we are. Please check out what each of us have to say to say about our theme this month, “Love and Lace”.
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Although this month’s theme is “lace”, I am not really a lacy kind of girl. So, I chose to go with a burn-out leopard print that has sort of a lacey look. A much better choice for me. The top had elbow length sleeves that hung down almost to my wrists, so I folded them up to the shoulder seam, and ironed and sewed them in place. I suspect that because of my short arms, a sleeve any longer than this looks odd on my arm. And even after rolling it it is about the same length as shown on the stock photo below.
I wanted to see if I could make it work with both a skirt and leggings and I am pleased with each look and it is VERY comfy so I am sure I will wear it a lot. Maybe today!
Leopard Burn-Out Top – ASOS Curve Size 20
Tulle Skirt – eShakti (search for Crinolines)
Leggings – Re/Dress Regular Length Teggings (one size)
Cami – Avenue size 26/28
Ankle Boots – Avenue Ankle Boots 9.5W
To compare my measurements to yours, click HERE.
Photos: Lydia Hudgens Photography