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Printed Pants, Ready to Dance

1Q1A3300When it comes to wearing a loud statement piece, I believe in keeping the rest simple. I also think comfort is key for a fun night out. Here I am in my Sandro printed high-waist pants, paired with an American Apparel spandex crop top to create an evening look that’s bold without being too bizarre, and comfortable without compromising cuteness.1Q1A3302They say beauty is pain, but I’m pretty relieved that towering heels are fading out of the fashion scene. Who wants to stomp Boston’s bricks and cobblestones in stilts? These sleek Jeffrey Campbell sandals with a low lucite heel are fun and easy on my feet (and at least one guy asks me if I’ve got a gold fish in there every time I wear them). I guess it’s time to address the fact that almost all my shoes are by Jeffrey Campbell…Fuck diamonds—JC is a girl’s best friend.1Q1A3293 - Version 2

1Q1A3303Essie “First Timer” nail polish.1Q1A3299If for some reason you need to be wearing more clothes, just tuck a black tank into these pants and throw on a blazer.1Q1A3305Photos by Amanda Rosen

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6 thoughts on “Printed Pants, Ready to Dance

  1. Love the blog, Annie :] I’m an avid follower.

    So I have some requests for you, fashion goddess! I’m rather big-chested (I’m a D) and I’m wondering if you could suggest any cuts of shirts, dresses, bikini tops, etc. that would flatter the jugz. Also, what natural remedies do you suggest for hair & skin care?

    Thanks, & keep up the great work!

    Xoxo some big-boobied hoe from Joisey.

    • Tay-Woww! I’m so glad you’ve been enjoying the blog. As someone with a fairly pre-pubescent chest, I can imagine that dealing with big boobies can be a fashion challenge. Finding the right look definitely starts with undergarments: if you go to the lingerie department of Lord & Taylor (they have reasonably priced, high quality bras), someone there will be able to give you guidance as to what bras would be best for you. I’ve talked to some of my bigger-chested friends, and they’ve told me that crew necks and layering can be flattering when you’re trying to tame the girls. ASOS, an awesome clothing website (very fashion-forward and pretty affordable) also just came out with an amazing curves line for sexy girls like yourself. The stuff is fabulous, so I would definitely check it out to get a better idea of what necklines work best on a bigger bust. And as for swimwear, I would take cues from retro curvy girls like Marilyn Monroe. Sex on the beach, baby!

      Skincare…Origins makes great natural skincare products. Sephora actually carries Origins now, so I would give them a try. As for hair products, it’s a challenge to find stuff that doesn’t have at least one or two troubling ingredients. I’ve been happy with Bumble & Bumble shampoo and conditioner (also at Sephora–just read the ingredients to find which one is right for you), and I recommend using argan oil (a.k.a. Moroccan oil) to take care of your ends.

      I hope this helps–stay saucy, my friend.

      Xo,
      Annie

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