Sooo…a few of you were wondering what some of Shana’s latest picks (specifically this denim romper and this flowy Free People top) looked like on a different body type. For the record, Shana is “little eenie meenie!” (like I say in a high-pitched voice when I hug her) and I’m small on top, bootylicious on bottom. Conventional phrases would probably call me “pear-shaped,” but that sounds so matronly. I prefer “asstastic,” which is a word I literally just learned by Googling “bootylicious synonyms.”
You are welcome.
I thought I was going to put this one on and be like, “nope.” I thought it would accentuate the small on top, big on bottom . . . and while it’s voluminous on the bottom, somehow it worked? I really liked how it kind of flowed over my belly and booty. For the record, although this is “charcoal,” it definitely has a navy tint to it . . . which you can see when I pair it with my blanket scarf below.
Top: Free People Cold-Shoulder Sweater (size XS)
Shorts: Denim Shorts from Volcom (Similar)
Earrings: Gold Drop Earrings (Similar)
I followed Shana’s exact formula: add a scarf, skinny jeans and ankle boots.
Jeans: Express Moto Jean Leggings
Boots: BP Ankle Bootie (my favorite booties for fall . . . loving the color!)
Scarf: Oversized Blanket Scarf
To be honest, I wasn’t sure if this one was going to fit over my bottom half. Usually rompers and jumpsuits are a no-go for me because I’m such different sizes on top and bottom. It did fit, but I’m not sure it was super flattering. It’s definitely not my usual style, and I actually liked the “later” styling much better. I think the long-sleeved version would be my pick.
Earrings: similar hoops
Bracelets: similar bangles
Shoes: BP Ankle Boots (similar)
Sweater: Moto Sweater Jacket (similar)
So what do you guys think? Are posts like these helpful? Let me know if there’s something else you’d like to see!