What I’m wearing…
Crochet Top by Point Zero Curvy sold at SexyPlus Clothing (HERE)
Distressed Jeans by Point Zero Curvy sold at SexyPlus Clothing (HERE)
Summer is almost over, literally 18 more days left of this good weather here in the Greater Toronto Area. I have to admit, I am super upset about it as the sunshine has been therapeutic for me this year. So much has happened in Summer 2016, and I will share more details in a later post.
I have been on leave from my full time Job this Summer and because of that there has been a huge rediscovery with the casual part of my personal style. There has not been much need for heels this Summer as my main focus was exploring different towns in the province of Ontario where I live. I have had the chance to visit areas such as Picton, Coburg, and Lakefield just to name a few. A lot of these towns have smaller populations, or they are based on the Farming community. No need to glam up there, which was great because it forced me to reconnect with a more relaxed and comfortable side to my style… with my own sprinkle of chic of course. (smiles)
I was recently contacted by SexyPlus Clothing to style a few looks from their inventory, In keeping with my new relaxed style vibe I hastily pulled out my converse to pair with my creativity. My goal with this post was to showcase another side to this retailer. SexyPlus Clothing, is definitely living up to their name lately, offering a diverse selection of sex y head turning summer dresses to keep you date ready all year long. But what about the girl like me, who is a fairly young and trendy Mom, newly engaged or married and just wants to look cute while bonding with her child/children for the Summer.
Well that is definitely my currently life story, which is why I love these distressed Bermuda style shorts from Point Zero Curvy and this cute lace butterfly style top also from the Point Zero Curvy collection.
You should hurry over to www.SexyPlusclothing.com as quantities are very limited for these items. In this post I am wearing a 1x in the Top. Point Zero is usually very true to size, and I wear between a 2x-3x depending on the make of the item. I am also wearing a size 16 in the Shorts. I will admit the fit on the Shorts fair very small and it was quite a workout to get into, so I would recommend you size up when purchasing this item.
You have two whole weeks left for the Summer Season here in North America, use these next few weekends to get into your casual and chic style.
Special thanks to Stef from SexyPlus Clothing for these fun and amazing images to help me share my story.
Until Next Time Lovelies,