Size 20XS in the “TRIPP NYC” brand and is carried by TORRID. This design is not currently available but I did see it on EBay if you do a search with this brand and your size. Prices start at $31.
Here’s a fun piece from SWAK. It’s the Infinity Tunic. It comes with a metal ring that can be used to achieve various designs from the same garment. In my two looks I wore a black plain camisole and tied the ends of the tunic. This picture I show it tied around my neck. The other is tied to the side of my hip.
I truly enjoyed this blouse and my only problem was deciding which of their “how to” videos of the many designs you can do with this. The waterfall design camouflaged my tummy area perfectly! I recommend purchasing a size smaller if you have small shoulders as I do. I’m wearing the 1X in their size chart. I normally wear a size 18.
It’s a dressy casual look that I can make dressier with a nice pair of heels un-cuffing my animal print jeans. I can add a few strands of necklaces and large bangles. Top it off with a more pronounced makeup. Here I opted for my studded flats.
If you’re Petite like I am (5’0) I make most jeans work by cuffing them up as you see here. I also an tuck them in and wear them long.
Measurements: 47-42-53 Height 5’0
Infinity Wrap Tunic is a “Gently Used” piece from a Facebook Group. Currently on SWAK‘s website in bright colors as well as this black tone. Sells for $50 but check their site for sales and coupons when you subscribe.
Jeans are also a “Gently Used” find. They are a tad big long and loose but worked great with a comfy belt and cuffing them up to mid calf. Really brought out my “Rockabilly” look a little more. I didn’t want to over do it as I wore this to work.
I had fun with this outfit and again make my kiddos mad and say “Mom! You look like a teenager. That’s weird!” Mwahahahaaa! Seeing that I’m hitting 40 and still keeping them guessing… I’m handling it quite well.
I’m a Rockabilly at heart. I need to channel that persona once in a while. What do you thing??
Here’s the link to the “How To” videos (There’s a series of them and the link contains the channel to view them all):