I recently busted out of this increasingly cold climate to go back to Jamaica for a week. Not long enough. Anyway, I thought it might be helpful for some of you, to chit chat about what to wear when you’re having to travel from a cold climate to a warm one. Things get hot or cold very quickly and one of the worst situations to be in is on a plane freezing or burn your buns off.
Instead of wearing a cardigan, I opted for a denim button down because I knew I’d get more use out of it. Another great thing about wearing a button down or a cardigan as a jacket is that you don’t have to take it off when going through security. Pow.
If you’re traveling from hot to cold, just do everything in reverse. You may want to leave a jacket in the car (if you parked at the airport) or in the vehicle of your drop off/pick up person.
Are you going on vacation during the autumn/winter season?
After looking at many of the different designs that graced the runways, I’ve compiled things that are inspiring or things that I would wear. Of course, with any runway show, you find a ton of far out outfits that make you wonder if you’re being Punk’d. Some of the pieces in the photo compilation below isn’t something I’d wear exactly off of the runway, but I like particular elements to help me personal style evolve.
I tend to lean toward clothing to complement my curves. I don’t like very boxy piece on me because I’m busty and that definitely doesn’t compliment my shape. I prefer scoop necks, v-necks, and sweetheart necklines to flatter the bust line. I’m hoping to find some tulip skirts because I’ve really been loving the shape of those. I’m also in the market for a leather jacket, and a little black dress.
A few of my favorite designers were Rachel Zoe, Zac Posen, Michael Kors, and DVF.
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I absolutely love going to TJ Maxx. I always find a variety of styles that I can mix and match to suite my taste. Here are a few things I’ve picked up on a recent shopping trip.
I haven’t worn skirts often because I’ve had a lot of trouble with fit. But this trip, I had quite a bit of skirt success. I tried on another adorable skirt besides the one I purchased. I left it because it was a little too big (insert a triumphant “woooooooo”).
I loved the mustard skirt but it was a little too big. I didn’t purchase the striped skirt because I only liked it, I didn’t love it. The same thing went for the white peplum top (which I’m regretting now). The blue lace dress was a little too much for me. I’m no prude, but I’m not a freakum dress kinda gal.
Here’s a little lookey loo at everything I picked up individually.