The one lamentation I consistently hear from my fellow busty friends?
The bras are too damned expensive.
Seriously, once you get past a certain size, buying a (supportive) bra will cost upwards $60. Even then, it’s hard to find bras that are both affordable and cute.
However, if you’re DD+, (or really any size for that matter!) I have some good news for you…
Dress, ASOS. Bag, Louis Vuitton. Sandals, Chloe. (Ancient, but similar here and here.) Sunglasses, Vintage. (Similar here.) Cuff, Slate via Rocksbox. (Get one month free with code madameostrichxoxo!)
If you didn’t already notice, I haven’t been posting as much lately. Things have been so busy with work and other writing projects, but I’m hoping that I’ll finally be able to catch my breath when I go back home to California on Thursday for a long weekend.
I took these photos over two weeks ago and have held off from putting them up since I wanted to write a piece about the resurgence of the military trend. I meant to write something in depth and poignant, but for the sake of actually getting something out, here’s the (seriously) abridged version…
Bodysuit, Asos. (Similar here & here.) Pants, Asos. Heels, Nine West. Clutch, Vintage Givenchy. Choker, H&M. (Similar here.) Belt, Asos. (It’s actually a scarf!)
It’s normal to be wary of change.
I remember back in 2005 being interested in, yet simultaneously apprehensive of, skinny jeans.
Since there’s nothing desirable about forsaking the personality from “personal style” and looking like a fashion victim, I didn’t want to jump on the stovepipe bandwagon just to entertain a fad that would become as passé as trucker hats.
Alas, as we now know, skinny jeans proved no fad.
Okay, who wants a MacBook Air… and brand new Kate Spade tote?!?!?!
To show my appreciation for all of you who support and keep up with MO, I’ve teamed up with some of my blogger friends to bring you this awesome giveaway!
One lucky reader will win this 13.3 Silver Macbook Air (worth $1,199!) and a chic Kate Spade tote to carry it in style.