Monica Wants It: A Lifestyle Blog: Fall Fashion for a Fall Wedding {Lifestyle & Beauty}

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Fall Fashion for a Fall Wedding {Lifestyle & Beauty}

Yesterday on my blog, I wrote a little about my frustrations with being overweight at the present time, especially when shopping. And I also mentioned that there's a particular brand and store I love, and today I'm here to dish on why I love the Liz Claiborne line at jcpenney.

I bought a few things from the clothing line over the summer after I got my new job at the college. The sizing is true to size, which is nice because I hate vanity sizing. And although I have a cute sweater and a dress from the Liz Claiborne line that I use constantly when constructing my work outfits, I find myself needing a fancy, body flattering outfit for a wedding I am attending on October 20.

And guess what, you'll get to help me choose! I'm going to use a jcpenney gift card to purchase 2 outfits, and I'll post photos on here and you'll get to vote on which one I wear to my friend Mau's wedding. Her wedding will be held at a gorgeous, upscale venue in Austin, TX in the evening, so I want to make sure I look very pretty and that I also feel confident and comfortable.

I am the type of girl who adores dresses, but I am not against wearing some great slacks, heels and blouse with some sparkly jewelry. Just browsing through the options, here are a few that caught my eye.

 

 

I can't wait to go shopping and see what I find in store. What sorts of styles, trends or colors should I keep an eye for if I want to look good at a fall wedding and am a plus sized gal? Help! And please stay tuned for my next post so you can vote on which outfit looks best for my night on the town at my friend's wedding.

Remember, jcpenney carries lovable fall styles for ALL sizes. Go to jcpenney to shop for great brands like Liz Claiborne. With so many options, I need everyone's help to find the perfect outfit!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of jcpenney. The opinions and text are all mine.

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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Fall Fashion for a Fall Wedding {Lifestyle & Beauty}

Yesterday on my blog, I wrote a little about my frustrations with being overweight at the present time, especially when shopping. And I also mentioned that there's a particular brand and store I love, and today I'm here to dish on why I love the Liz Claiborne line at jcpenney.

I bought a few things from the clothing line over the summer after I got my new job at the college. The sizing is true to size, which is nice because I hate vanity sizing. And although I have a cute sweater and a dress from the Liz Claiborne line that I use constantly when constructing my work outfits, I find myself needing a fancy, body flattering outfit for a wedding I am attending on October 20.

And guess what, you'll get to help me choose! I'm going to use a jcpenney gift card to purchase 2 outfits, and I'll post photos on here and you'll get to vote on which one I wear to my friend Mau's wedding. Her wedding will be held at a gorgeous, upscale venue in Austin, TX in the evening, so I want to make sure I look very pretty and that I also feel confident and comfortable.

I am the type of girl who adores dresses, but I am not against wearing some great slacks, heels and blouse with some sparkly jewelry. Just browsing through the options, here are a few that caught my eye.

 

 

I can't wait to go shopping and see what I find in store. What sorts of styles, trends or colors should I keep an eye for if I want to look good at a fall wedding and am a plus sized gal? Help! And please stay tuned for my next post so you can vote on which outfit looks best for my night on the town at my friend's wedding.

Remember, jcpenney carries lovable fall styles for ALL sizes. Go to jcpenney to shop for great brands like Liz Claiborne. With so many options, I need everyone's help to find the perfect outfit!

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of jcpenney. The opinions and text are all mine.

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