Apr 2, 2014

How you love is who you are

Jacket: monki // T-shirt: Gina Tricot // Skirt: H&M // Wedge Sneakers: Jette Riis // Rings: H&M // nailpolish: OPI "Malaga Wine"



Her er mit outfit fra i mandags. Hele sættet er et bevis på, at det godt kan betale sig at gå i "almindelige" forretninger, selvom man falder en smule uden for størrelserne: Jakken er en L fra monki, t-shirten er en (lille) XXL fra Gina Tricot og nederdelen er en M fra H&M. Jeg er bestemt ikke fortaler for, at man partout skal prøve at klemme sig ned i for små størrelser, blot for at kunne passe et bestemt mærke, eller fordi man ikke vil se sin sande størrelse i øjnene, men jeg synes alligevel godt at man kan se sig omkring i almindelige butikker. Især, hvis man lige falder over noget fedt! Lige nu er der masser af oversize i modebilledet, og det kan man som plus-size ofte drage fordel af - så vær endelig ikke bange for at kaste jer ud i det, selvom størrelsen på tøjet ikke nødvendigvis ligger tæt op ad jeres egen!

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Here's my outfit from Monday. The whole thing proves, that it sometimes pays off to visit "regular" stores and try on clothes, even though they don't exactly match your usual size: The jacket is an L from monki, the t-shirt is a (small) XXL from Gina Tricot and the skirt is an M from H&M. I'm definitely not saying that you have to squeeze into clothing that's too small for you, just so you can fit a certain brand, or because you shouldn't acknowledge your true size, but I do think that browsing regular stores and trying on stuff you like can be rewarding! Right now there's plenty of oversize stuff out there, and that leaves a bit of room for curves - so don't be afraid to try on clothes that may not be your actual size!

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