i’m not sure that any of the #prabalfortarget items will fit me because, like most everything that target does in collaboration with big name designers, it doesn’t come in plus size. i still think the looks from the #prabalfortarget collection are lovely, and i’ll probably still be found at a target somewhere trying a lot of them on. because damn the size on the label! who knows if it’ll fit or not. that being said, i thought i’d share my favorite looks from the collection here. if you shop the prabal gurung for target collection and spend more than $50, you get free shipping.
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who’s ready for the next NYC plus size clothing swap? it’s coming january 26, 2013 (can you believe it’s 2013?)! this one will be different from all the swaps i’ve held before. this time, i’ve partnered with the lovely jennifer of closetdash shop. it’s the first and only place that you can shop OR swap designer fashions, and it’s at 30 E. 20th St., Suite 402 in NYC!
raise your hand if you’ve shopped at eloquii. i went to a holiday event sponsored by the plus size brand that’s made by the limited last year, and i was sort of into the pieces that they had. i understood that it was likely they would have things in the future that i would really be into. then, tuxedo-style pants with a pinstripe down the side started to hit stores, and i also really liked the look of longer sweaters, but neither of those things was being done particularly well in plus size. then, eloquii had a HUGE, hyuh-uge sale around black friday / cyber monday. so i decided it was time to take the plunge and order some THANGS at a big discount. (check their website for current codes to get discounts as high as 60% off some items!) this is the story of what i ordered – what worked, what didn’t, and what i hope for the future at eloquii by the limited.
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Studded shoulders. Why? Why not. Michael Kors is bringing it to us for fall with this sweater! It’s got gold-studded patches on the top of each shoulder. Just a little dusting of studs. Enough to toughen up a pencil skirt, understated enough to pair with a pair of leopard pants. Click “Read More” to see if bigger!