Aussie Curves – Secondhand

Aussie Curves Danimezza Blogger Outfit Fashion Plus Size Blonde Red Harlow Glomesh Wrap Dress SECONDHAND-8

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In the name of multitasking I present my second look photographed on the same day… and yes it did involve a quick outfit change in a public park because I’m a risky dare devil like that. I’m also a bit of a cheater, the dress isn’t secondhand but the handbag is, that totally counts right?

Aussie Curves Danimezza Blogger Outfit Fashion Plus Size Blonde Red Harlow Glomesh Wrap Dress SECONDHAND-6

After the epic wardrobe clear out of January 2014 I found myself with no secondhand garments so I went to my ever faithful stash of Glomesh to bring an outfit to life and make the cut. You’ve got to admit, it’s freaking gorgeous. I personally love it because it’s my first navy piece and it was a gift from my sister, just because. I love “just because” presents, they’re the best.

Aussie Curves Danimezza Blogger Outfit Fashion Plus Size Blonde Red Harlow Glomesh Wrap Dress SECONDHAND-4

There is a reason I’m wearing a wrap dress though and it does work in line with the theme. I find wrap dresses are the easiest pieces to sell to a new home, they’re the easiest dress style to buy online and they’re just universally flattering. If you were nervous about buying secondhand clothes online, searching for a great wrap dress would be the way to go because ultimately you’re in control of the fit.

Aussie Curves Danimezza Blogger Outfit Fashion Plus Size Blonde Red Harlow Glomesh Wrap Dress SECONDHAND-5

Ok, so back to the awesome handbag, isn’t it beautiful! It’s a deep navy colour that sparkles like sapphires in the sunlight and has golden hardware that keeps it looking chic. Yes, I’m a Glomesh addict. I love how it looks with my simple red statement dress. I didn’t really feel the need to accessorise as I felt there was enough going on with the bold colour, lips and mane of hair.

Aussie Curves Danimezza Blogger Outfit Fashion Plus Size Blonde Red Harlow Glomesh Wrap Dress SECONDHAND-2

Harlow sent me this dress when it was first released and it’s had a few outings. I really like it because it’s so easy to wear and I like the cut. I like it better when I remember to wear my seam-free knickers though, a bit of an outfit planning boo boo but that’s the cross I bare for not really thinking through the whole changing-in-public thing… man, my job is fun!

Aussie Curves Danimezza Blogger Outfit Fashion Plus Size Blonde Red Harlow Glomesh Wrap Dress SECONDHAND-7

  • Wrap Dress – Harlow
  • Glomesh Handbag – Vintage gift from Stephanie
  • Nude Heels – Lane Bryant
  • Hair Extensions – Zala Hair

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  1. 2

    says

    The dress is stunning and the glomesh handbag adds to your sexy stylish look. I totally agree with you in regard to selling wrap dresses. I had one, that to my surprise, sold for a bomb on eBay!

  2. 3

    says

    I swear I am the only person alive who doesn’t love wrap dresses. They make me feel like I’m wearing a dressing gown! That red is sensational though.

  3. 6

    says

    Is there a colour that doesn’t look perfect on you Dani ? You wear brights or pastels equally as awesome.
    Vintage glomesh perfect :)
    A red wrap dress is a wardrobe staple for me, I definitely would have bought this one if I didn’t have a Kiyonna one.
    Love ❤️

  4. 10

    says

    The colour is amazing on you – I love a blue based red and this is fantastic! I have a harlow wrap dress in a blue and grey pattern and I always get compliments when I wear it!

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      says

      MaurieJune 11, 2010Cam.There is a hole that always give me tloubre 16th hole par 3. The 15th is a par 5usual score 5- somtimes 6. Other par 3 no the course I play OKI find it very hard to produce a shot that is between clubs, full swing OK Need some help please

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      Lucky PhilDecember 23, 2010Hi Cameron, When I tee up hit a golf ball, most of my playing preantrs are still talking about the previous players drive. They apologise for talking while I’m hitting. Talking never bothers me as my swing is automatic. I liken it to cricket. A player has a split second to get in position, decide what shot is required and then executes it while the ball is moving at 100 km an hour plus. It shouldn’t be hard to hit a golf ball that is not moving and required basically the same swing over and over again. Golfers make something that is reasonably simple, extremely difficult. I’ve never read a book on how to chop wood or hammer in a nail. We sometimes miss the nail or the log so it’s never going to be perfect but the automatic approach (in my mind anyway) is simple and works.

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