Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Feeling Fancy in a Gwynnie Bee Exclusive

This post is sponsored by Gwynnie Bee, but all opinions enthusiastically my own as a member for over 5 years!
As someone who has been shopping in the plus size section for as long as I can remember (save for the 2 months at the end of fat camp that I could squeeze into the largest size at New York & Co), I can say it's a rare thing to have an en vogue designer address the plus market. Tracy Reese has done just that, and not just addressed it in a “meh, I guess we'll accommodate you but not promote it” kind of way (*cough* Michael Kors), but in a “YES I WANT TO LEARN AND GET EXCITED ABOUT IT” kind of way. She partnered with Gwynnie Bee for expertise on designing for the plus woman. The result will be more designs to come from her in plus, but also a Plenty by Tracy Reese collection in extended sizes at Gwynnie Bee.

Top – actually my favorite dress from Karen Kane (more about it here)
Skirt – Plenty by Tracy Reese for Gwynnie Bee. Learn about GB and see over 160 of my looks here. Try it FREE for 30 days, or see the end of this post for a special offer on giving GB as a gift)
Necklace – Kendra Scott via my Rocksbox subscription. Purchase here, or sign up for a free month of Rocksbox using code EMILYBFF5.
Bag – GiGi New YorkGiGi New York
Shoes – Munro from Nordstrom

Gwynnie Bee has a great gift offer right now. It's targeted for Mother's Day, but you can give GB to anyone. Now through 5/14, gift subscriptions are $10 off plus the recipient will receive a free gift with their first box. You're basically giving the gift of multiple outfits for a single price! They wear, return, and get more items, and Gwynnie Bee handles all the laundry. To get the $10 off and gift with purchase, use this link. This is an affiliate link and I will earn a commission should you purchase through it.

Wind in hair, don't care!
I wore this skirt twice in the past 5 days, so needless to say I love it. It's a great textured fabric and the applique detail is so unique

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