OOTD: Goth raver bunny

This outfit is my attempt to kill three birds with one stone: black lipstick for this month’s Alternative Curves bloghop, a review of some awesome jewelry that Kelsea Echo sent me, and wearing my favorite black tutu-esque skirt that I haven’t worn in a while. Sian recently posted a goth-tastic outfit featuring the same skirt, which reminded me that I have it and love it and should wear it more often.

plus size goth rainbow raver outfit

I’ve been a fan of Kelsea’s jewelry for a long time–you can see me wearing my favorite unicorn necklace that I bought from her here, and a few of her rings here–so I was excited when she offered me three pieces to review. Her pieces are cute, whimsical, and come in a variety of colors and themes. For example, she currently has some pieces available that are candy-themed and brightly colored, others that are dark and Victorian-goth-y, and still others that are Alice In Wonderland-themed. I picked a rainbow candy necklace and bracelet and a pair of silver spike earrings, which are perfectly punky and versatile.

Kelsea also gave me a discount code to pass along to my readers: use the code TUTUS15 for 15% off your entire order. This code will be valid until May 8th, two weeks from today. So if you’re looking to snap up some heart-shaped waffle earrings, a rhinestone coffin necklace, or a golden unicorn hair comb, now is your chance!

plus size goth raver outfit with pink fuzzy jacket

Top: Re/Dress, fuzzy shrug: SimplyBe, skirt and bag: ASOS Curve, shoes: Buffalo Exchange, bunny ears: Crown & Glory, pin: Domino Dollhouse, tattoo choker: eBay, flower ring: The Big Thrifty, rainbow bracelet: DisneyWorld, studded wristband: PacSun (really old), spike wristband: So Good, earrings, necklace, and rainbow bracelet: Kelsea Echo (gifted), lipstick: Makeup For Ever Rouge Artist Intense in Satin Black Continue reading

OOTD: Too much is never enough

plus size outfit hot pink skater dress and rainbow leggings

So you know that craft fair I went to, where I found I’m Your Present and fell in love? Well, I got a few things there, and decided I had to wear them ALL AT ONCE for my recent holiday party.

And then I thought, why stop with multiple pieces of large mirrored jewelry? Why not add a sparkly star crown and iridescent boots, just for good measure?

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Dress: ASOS Curve, leggings: Domino Dollhouse, headband: Crown & Glory (from last month’s Glitterati box), necklace, earrings, and hair bow: I’m Your Present, boots: Dr. Martens, bangles: eBay, beaded bracelet: gift shop at DisneyWorld, rose ring: old, rhinestone ring: So Good Continue reading

OOTD: Pink leopard, rainbows, and hearts

This is what I wore for my second day at Disney. I spent half the day in the pool, which was wonderful, and when I finally dragged myself out of the water, I had another colorful and comfortable outfit planned out.

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Top: Cacique by Lane Bryant, skirt: Dots via The Big Thrifty, shoes: Brooks via Zappos, watch: Amazon, pink wristband: “Magic Band” for hotel and theme park access, rainbow bracelet: a store at Disney, necklace: Betsey Johnson via eBay, earrings: Forever 21, hairclip: Crown & Glory

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Outfit August, day 17: pom-poms and unicorns

After my awesome day of merriment on Saturday, the birthday festivities continued with brunch on Sunday. I like having celebrations spread out across an entire weekend so that I get a chance to see as many friends as possible, and it was lovely to see a few friends on Sunday who hadn’t been free the day before.

Of course, I went all out rainbow-pink-colorful, because why not?

plus size outfit hot pink asos curve dress and rainbow pom-pom headband

Dress: ASOS Curve, headband and smaller ring: ASOS, shoes: Clarks, bracelets and giant ring: So Good, earrings: Blue Cloud Gallery, necklace: Kelsea Echo, sunglasses: Sweet and Lovely

plus size outfit hot pink asos curve dress and rainbow pom-pom headband

Yes, these earrings are made out of plastic bathmats. I love jewelry made out of everyday objects! Continue reading