Imma need one of the 80-or-so architects and designers I work with to appreciate this outfit please. 😁
Btw you can look chic on the cheap! A high quality wardrobe does not have to cost a lot of money.
This dress is @asos_loves_curve secondhand via @poshmark - not sponsored at all, but they are my new favorite place to shop for clothes. I've marked the brands I like, my sizes and go through and mark things I like as favorites... 9/10 times, the seller messages offering a discount. OR you can offer a price and negotiate.
This dress was up for a long time, so the seller immediately took me up on my low-ball offer of $20. After $5ish shipping, this architecture- inspired dress is mine!
I decided to invest some money into my wardrobe this year and currently budget $60 a month for clothing. But I haven't paid full price for anything yet! I've been shopping poshmark and local secondhand stores. As a plus size woman, I've given up on goodwill/ thrift stores, but I can usually find some great stuff at Platos Closet or Uptown Cheapskate, both clothing resalers that are picky about what they buy.
What do yall think of my new style? I've been working toward something a little more funky/ focused on statement pieces that feel special. 🤠
What do you consider your "style"? And where do you love to shop for clothing? 😊