Monday, October 5, 2009

Thanks, City Chic!

I have to send a huge thank you to the wonderful people at City Chic! They saw my review of their runway show and offered to send me a package of freebies. I honestly didn't know what to expect in terms of quality, but I love everything I got! I would suggest ordering a size down if you're between sizes (my dress is too big and needs to be taken in). For what it's worth, my measurements are 44-38-51, and I fit their size small.

Last night I debuted two of the items in an outfit that I wore to watch the football game with friends. I paired their face print tunic with their amazing side-plait leggings. To top it off, I threw on my newly thrifted mustard blazer and Jeffrey Campbell studded booties. I'm used to wearing dresses and skirts, but the tunic-legging combo was a nice break for a casual evening out.

Other than the items above, I also ordered the floral photoprint dress and the gray chain fringe top (definitely my favorite thing of all). I'm bummed I missed out on the black zipper dress, but I definitely recommend grabbing one if they still have your size in stock.

P.S.-Glamour.com featured me yesterday! Check it out!

14 comments:

  1. you're so lucky!! the day fashion brands start sending me free clothes is the day my wildest dreams come true!!

    xx http://humiliatedforyou.blogspot.com/

    ps. i LOVE your outfit

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  2. I have some of those leggings and I love them! I actually have a lot of clothes from CC and most of them are great. They are expensive though but at least they have some decent stuff in plus size!

    Bri

    www.fatlotofgood.org.au

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  3. You look gorgeous, but I'm amused that your clothes for a 'casual evening out' are my clothes for a 'reasonably fancy night out'.

    Frances @ Corpulent

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  4. Great look! I hadn't heard of this company, but I'm definitely swooning over the floral print dress you received!

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  5. Love the leggings, too bad they sold out. I'm still deciding on a zippered pair I saw

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  6. Yes! I saw a few of their things and added it to my favorites. I LOVE THAT TOP! The leggings arent me but you look cute in them!

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  7. You look amazing in that outfit. Besides getting some free clothes, I'm also envious of your mustard yellow blazer thrift find. I'm envious of anyone who can thrift and find hot looking clothes! You go, girl. (Yea, I know that is kind of old school but I'm pushing 40, so 4give please.)

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  9. Love it! Pure flyness! Those leggings are killin'!!! You are such an inspiration!!!
    www.yumcaketheory.blogspot.com

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  10. My thrifting never yeilds anything close to the fabness you find girl ... lol ... Congrats on the glamour.com feature too!

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  11. i used to have that jacket in 1985! bravo!

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  12. the boots!! the blazer the leggings i love everything and you really are an inspiration to me and gave me the courage to actually wear skirts and dresses and not just stick to jeans and a shirt thank you please check out my blog http://thestylecrystals.blogspot.com/

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