I have to be honest: there are some styles I just don't think I can pull off. You gotta find what works for you, and I'm not convinced this is one for me. I usually don't buy oversize pieces, but some recent weight loss has made some of my clothes roomier and boxier on me. I'm right in between the point where I should start sizing down, but I just don't really want to give up some of my cute pieces! I've taken some of my more expensive items in for tailoring, but I can't justify nipping in a cheapy shirt from the Target clearance rack. I should have paid closer attention in home ec so I'd know how to tailor my own clothing.
So enter this outfit. Two tops that I'd say are getting a little too loose to be flattering. I tried belting this look, but it looked bunched and wrinkly. Usually I'd extend the life of a roomy top by tucking it into a fitted pencil skirt for some contrast, but it was too cold for that to be an option for me today. I just bit the bullet and layered two analogous tops and had a who cares? moment. I can't say it's my most flattering look, but it sure was comfy!
Top: Old Navy
Booties: Style&Co via Macy's
Necklace: Charming Charlie
How do you extend the life of your clothing when you're fluctuating between sizes?