Style me Friday {Slacks}

I have been so inspired by The Fashionista Next Door‘s Style Me Friday series, that I have decided to throw my hat in the ring and give it a go!

Ok, so technically I have to wait until Saturday to post… But that’s small price to pay for living Down Under! So I’m doing a Saturday edition of Style me Friday…

This weeks inspiration is Slacks – and I’m with Eboni on this one – for me – Slacks are big beautiful wide leg trousers.

I searched high and low for the right inspiration on this one, and have done my best to recreate the feel of this picture…



I had loads of fun joining in on this one – I think wide leg slacks can be a hard for plus size girls, and that’s why I love this inspiration pic – the loud jacket on the shoulders help to balance out the width of the pants.


So what am I wearing?
Slacks: Button up Wide Leg slacks from New Look (circa 2006 – yep I shopped the back of my wardrobe for this challenge!)
Top: Cream button up top with gold buttons and collar tips from Crossroads
Jacket: City Chic (circa 2012)
Clutch: Colette by Colette
Ring: Bought from a market in Avoca NSW while on a getaway with my family.


To join the fun and get inspired – Visit The Fashionista Next Door and join me on in the Style Me Friday challenge!


Bonjour Bebe!

I’m joining in the Fox in Flats Style Dares for March. Im not being fanatical about it – but when its appropriate, im giving it a shot… sometimes its nice not to have to think of what to wear from scratch – start with a theme and build from there!

Here is my outfit for Day 4: French


Jumper: Forever21 plus Oh La La pink polkadot jumper
Jeans: Dark Rinse Torrid skinny jeans
Jacket: City Chic crop open leather jacket
Necklace: Crossroads Nude and black triangle necklace
Ballet Flats: Black lace flats from Kmart

And Day 5: Cuff’Em – I went for Shoes with Silver toe-cuffs…


Top: Grey Dorothy Perkins Peplum stretch Tee
Skirt: Knit Pencil Skirt from Target
Shoes: Silver tipped flats with pointed toe from Target
Necklace: Bought on a trip to Egypt back in 2006. The man tried to convince me it was “Real Camel Bones” but was quick to reassure me it was just plastic when my face was disgusted 🙂