- Carnival wear: Here in Texas we love carnivals, festivals, and corn mazes during fall and winter. That is when I love to wear my carnival wear. My tip is to think casual then to spruce it up with a wide belt and a long cozy sweater. If it's colder than cold add a thin wool layer first and a scarf.
- Skirt-astic!: I love a good skirt and I love to layer them! How.... with the everyday legging. Long or short, you can always layer. If you're going short you can layer with long or short leggings. And if you're going long I adore them with boots. Again, you can do this look both during summer or winter. You can always add leg warmers to be warmer, haha.
- Mid Drift: If you are plus size like me then making your waist as thin as possible is an everyday challenge. Well, accenting your mid section is key. One way I love to do that is by wearing a jacket, vest, shall, or ballaro that cuts off above your waist.
- Dressy Dress: When I was younger my mother almost always added a dress to my weekly attire! I have somewhat made that a ritual with my girls as well. Throwing on a dress is possibly the easiest piece of clothing to put on. What I love about them is that you can dress them up or down. First you can change it by just changing your shoes. Then add a shall, sweater or jacket to change the mood even more.
- Neck line: Observe the neckline. Yes, there are some who say that you can mix up your neck line, but I beg to differ. It's one of my biggest pet peeves, so... yeah.
- Old to new: Every once in a while I love to add something old to my wardrobe. You don't have to always go out and by something new, look at what you already have. Take a bold colored undershirt and you can make an old tee make a splash. Maybe make a deep cut to the neckline and you're looking stylish.
- You again, The Vest: One of the most layered item is the vest. Duh! It's a vest. But believe me, I've seen girls that just wear the vest now-a-days. Need I say more about the vest? I thought so.
- Spearmint or Fruit: The next tip I'd like to share is the Cardigan. The Cardigan has become one of the most versatile piece in the wardrobe. You see them long, short, sleeve less, buttons, no buttons and more. My favorite way to wear one is to dress down a dress, during the spring especially. But you can do it in the winter as well. Also, if you are a short gal like me you can add a long cardigan to almost any outfit to create some length.
- Fabric: Also take a look at what type of fabric you are layering. Cotton and wool are my favorite. They are both breathable. Wool is amazing because it will keep you warm and cool.
- TANKS! Last and definitely my favorite thing to layer are TANKS! These never leave my drawres when I changing for the season. They can go under absolutely everything and the best thing is... they don't add bulk. They can even help slim you down. You know when you are walking around in your favorite dress but you feel like you have a budge hanging out?! Go a head, laugh! Well, next time add a long tank top under neath and that will add some security and can even smooth out the look.
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