Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Plus Size OOTD: Leopard & Plaid

Unique Geek: Plus Size OOTD: Leopard & Plaid #plussizeoutfit #plussizefashionblogger #plaidandleopard #plussizefalloutfit #plussizefashion:

Unique Geek: Plus Size OOTD: Leopard & Plaid #plussizeoutfit #plussizefashionblogger #plaidandleopard #plussizefalloutfit #plussizefashion:

Unique Geek: Plus Size OOTD: Leopard & Plaid:

Unique Geek: Plus Size OOTD: Leopard & Plaid:

Hello, Lovelies!

Before I get into the post, I just wanted to say that I'm sorry that I've not been able to reply to your comments. For some reason, Blogger isn't letting me. I'll be getting that fixed soon, but until then, I can't reply. I still read all of your comments and appreciate it more than you know! :)

I decided to mix patterns because I love doing it and I thought, why not?! Pattern mixing is one of the best ways to add some fun and interest to your outfit. 

Now, you know I love plaid with all of my heart, so I was super stoked to wear this scarf that I purchased last year toward the end of winter at Rue 21 for three dollars. Yeah. Awesome! 

I like to buy things as cheap as possible. People often think that I spend a fortune on my clothes and makeup. The truth is, I don't. I rarely spend more than $5 on a necklace. I'm completely serious. I don't have enough money to go crazy and buy anything I want. I buy everything on clearance and use coupons when I have them. If you shop around, you can find great deals. In fact, I found a ring from Cato for 0.99 cents! Yeah. I like to be that cheap. :)

I wore this outfit  to Bible Study tonight and it worked out pretty well. It kept me warm when it got cooler outside coming back home. 

Do you like mixing patterns?

Sweater: Goody's
Scarf: Rue 21
Skirt: Hand-me-down
Bag: Cato
Earrings: Walmart
Spoon Ring: Premier Designs

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