Today I’m feeling a little less than average, I’m still love drunk after my epic long weekend at ProBlogger Training Event in Melbourne. I experienced it in excess and loved every minute. I’m quite firmly back to my old and healthier ways now I’m home and it was sooooo unbelievably good to hug my boys. Before I could unpack or pass out I raced around putting an outfit together for this week’s challenge, there was no way I was going to miss out on this.
Quite a different look for me this week, even Steve was a little puzzled. You see I get so inspired by the other ladies that it makes me want to break out of my usual style, put my own spin on theirs and try it on for size. If it doesn’t work then no biggy, no harm done, I just move onto something else. I don’t think you should ever stop adapting your style or experimenting with fashion.
- Neon Knit Poncho – Supre
- Laser Cut Leather Skirt – 17 Sundays gifted
- Black Leggings – TS14+ gifted
- Black Tank Top – Crossroads
- Black Pleather Sneakers – Converse
- Sunglasses – Forever 21
- Earrings – Apooki
- Gong Necklace – TS14+ gifted
- Lipstick – Revlon Colourburst #030 Fuchsia
- Nails – Coral Shellac
When Supre announced that they would now be stocking up to size 3XL I was kind of excited. Not so much about their range, it was more that a well established brand was listening to the demand and expanding. My experience in Supre was less than ideal. I was ignored, received no assistance and when I did finally manage to pin one down the staff were unable to answer of my questions regarding styles, stock levels or fit. I don’t think anyone there was over the age of 17 but that’s no excuse, when you work in retail you still have to know your shit.
It took me an hour to scour the shop for the plus size items (selected ranges) and all I found were tops that were all cut from the same pattern, oversized circle cuts in Knit and Jersey. The one 3XL I did manage to find was only 2cm larger than the L. I bought it because it was neon and the knit was pretty. The fabric is terrible, it’s not pleasant to wear. I’m used to quality, investing in beautiful labels and now it would seem that I can’t go back. I planned to write a post about how infuriated I was about the whole process but I figured I’d let other people form their own opinions first. Supre may be perfect for you but for me, I’ll be walking past from now on, just like I have for years.