As you all know, I was supposed to go to a wedding and wear an outfit from the jcpenney Liz Claiborne line.
Well, now I have to attend something else that’s a little more business/work oriented, and I need your help picking out an outfit.
Now, my husband was supposed to be my photographer for this post, but his office is undergoing an audit…so the photos are all taken by me on my trusty iPhone. What would I do without technology?
I love shopping in store, but jcpenney is about 70 miles away from me, so I shopped online. Once on the jcpenney website, I clicked on the Liz Claiborne logo towards the bottom of the page, and I shopped away!
Their plus size line is actually really cute, and it’s NOT just bigger versions of the misses line. I feel like they actually put some effort into making figure flattering clothes for us larger gals, and I appreciate it. I like to look cute, stylish and professional.
I also love the free shipping if my order is over $50, and I love that if I do need to return something, I can do it really easily at any store. Just make sure your item is in stock and not backordered if you’re ordering for a special event. My shoes are still on their way, but should be here before the event next week.
I looked at all the options on the website, and I ended up choosing a sweater/pant outfit and a blouse/skirt outfit plus some accessories. Here’s what I chose;
Outfit Option #1:
Liz Claiborne Dolman Sleeve Sweater: I love this sweater because it is COMFY. There is a lot of metallic threading in the pattern, which makes it really pretty. And the overall color is a deep teal, which is a super popular color right now.
Liz Claiborne Secretly Slender Pants in Charcoal Heather: These pants are very nice, and very forgiving! They’re a smidge lighter than shown online, but the color is a nice change for me- I’m usually always in dark pants (black).
Outfit Option #2:
Liz Claiborne Front Pocket Blouse in Magenta Jewel: I’m usually one to shy away from silky shirts, but this one is so pretty! I like the pockets on it, though they’re not really going to be functional pockets, of course.
Liz Claiborne Woven Straight Skirt: This skirt has nice texture to it, and a nice fit. I don’t gravitate towards pencil skirts because they tend to be hard to walk in, but this one has enough room in it to be practical and retain it’s shape. It’s also easy for a full figured gal to look good in because of the nice cut in the fabric at the sides.
To go with either outfit, I also bought:
I love earrings! 🙂
Overall, I really do like the quality of the clothes and the ease of the shopping experience, other than the small backorder issue with the shoes. The prices are also pretty affordable, and I have confidence that the clothes will last awhile. Good quality, good prices.
Which piece of clothing do you like the best?
Vote for the outfit you think I should wear and tell me which is your favorite item I bought! I included links to the pieces from my outfits but be sure to visit jcpenney for more classic pieces.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of jcpenney. The opinions and text are all mine.