Jeans Jacket: GAP/Clothes-swap, Jeggings: ?/GW ($4), Dress: ?/GW ($4), Tank: American Eagle/GW ($2), Shoes: 21/GW ($3), Ring/Necklace: GW ($4), Earrings: Gift from the hubs, Purse: C/O Fashion to Figure
Just in case you’re curious as to the infrequency of posts here of late, you might want to refer to this post over at Five days…5 ways. (You guys do know that I have another blog where I post every single stinkin’ day, right? You know…just in case you miss me or something).
Or maybe this one (for those of you who don’t like riddles).
Or, just for a general round of excuses, this one might do.
Suffice it to say that, in my current state, putting together 100% thrifted outfits sort of takes a backseat to—I don’t know—naps.
Still, I don’t want you guys to think I’ve abandoned you altogether, so, wonder of wonder, miracle of miracles, I’m writing a post for you today, AND I’ve scheduled several posts for the rest of the week.
Will the outfits be in chronological order?
But they will be posted.
Okay, so moving on.
You see that pretty pink envelope purse I’m carrying?
Well, I got to take her for a test run on a date night with the hubby to hear Bill Cosby (who is 74 and still waaaaaay funnier than practically anybody else half his age).
And you know what?
She passed with flying colors.
I’m not usually a pink purse kinda girl.
But when the nice folks at Fashion to Figure contacted me about trying out one of their products, I took a look through their accessories (since the clothing is geared toward plus sizes) and immediately swooned over the rich color and fun shape of their envelope bag.
I can’t speak to the durability since I’ve only carried it twice so far.
My impression would be that it’s best for date night outings when all you need to throw in your bag is a phone, some breath mints, a tube of lip gloss and maybe a book (all of which I managed to fit in mine with room to spare).
It’s comes with both a wrist-strap and a longer, adjustable strap, which allows you to wear it on your shoulder (like I’m doing in pic #2) or across your body.
The stitching appears to be sturdy, and there’s a pocket for small items inside as well as a zippered pocket (the zipper unzips smoothly) on the back.
So far, I love my new bag!
It’s the perfect color for spring, and the simple lines and minimal embellishments make it easy to pair with everything from a layered boho look (like I have on here) to a more polished evening look or even a business suit!
Be sure to check it out if you’re in the market for a fun new lightweight bag!
I’ve already gotten compliments on mine!