Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Gwynnie Bee

As a woman with a very extensive closet, the concept of Gwynnie Bee can be a slippery slope. If you're not aware, Gwynnie Bee is a monthly clothing subscription for sizes 10-32. My closet is already bursting at the seams, but Gywnnie Bee is fantastic for trying new brands, some that I've never heard of. This can be dangerous if you're a fashion lover like me, but what's life without a bit of danger?? So basically it works like this: You sign up, completely filling out sizing information and check a few boxes regarding your personal style. Gwynnie Bee makes suggestions or you just browse through the site, making your own selections. In a few days, your package arrives (it's like Christmas every month!), you wear your fabulous outfit and send it back when you finish. They provide shipping labels and bags to make returns super easy. If you happen to fall in love with a piece, there's also an option to purchase. As I mentioned above, this can get super dangerous, super quick! I love having fashion options and Gwynnie Bee provides just that: Options.

Out of the items I picked, this dress was my absolute favorite. Perfect length and fit and we all know how much I love a pattern. This dress is perfect for brunch, date night or just hanging with the girls. If you're not into heels and pattern mixing, a metallic flat would be perfect with this dress as well. 

Shoes: Schutz
Rings: H&M and Ebay

I also picked these items:
Cascade dress: I've always loved Karen Kane items, mainly because the fit is amazing and the clothing is great quality.

Top: This denim top is adorable and perfect for a denim on denim look. 

Tank dress: Perfect for throwing on and going. 

Shorts: As much as I loved these shorts, the fit wasn't the best. I can't say to size up or down because they fit a bit too snug in the leg, but in the stomach portion, they were too big (size 18W). 

*This post was sponsored by Gywnnie Bee; however all opinions are my own. 


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