Taylor-made

April 17, 2014 — 7 Comments
Photo on left from Story by Modcloth

Photo on left from Story by Modcloth

It’s difficult to believe Taylor Swift and I would have anything in common. She’s a country-pop songstress, and I’m an alt-rock aficionado who can barely play an instrument. However, I was reading Story by Modcloth, and I came across an article about their And Many More dress from their Myrtlewood line which Taylor wears in Keds‘ Be Brave ad campaign. The dress looks similar to the Like, Oh My Dot! dress that I love and have worn in the blog a couple of times. Also, I must admit Taylor does have great style. If you saw her cameo appearance on Saturday Night Live last week, she was wearing a simple black dress and looked quite lovely. Styling this dress, I decided to go full-Taylor and pair the dress with my Keds and accessorize with a headscarf, also from Modcloth.

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Full disclosure: The fit of this dress isn’t exactly perfect on me. It’s pretty big in the bust. I had the same experience with with the For the Record Books dress that I wore in my previous post. It’s also made by Modcloth, from their Bea & Dot line. I’m a 4X in their sizing and everything fits great on me from the waist down. It’s an easy fix, though. I just pinch about an inch or so of fabric under each arm, safety pin, and I’m good to go.

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It’s great to see such a nice dress in a variety of sizes! Thanks for stopping by! Peace out!

 

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7 responses to Taylor-made

  1. 

    I love polka dots and the yellow looks so cute on you!!

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  2. 

    Reblogged this on Clothe Your Curves and commented:
    Inspired celebrity looks

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  3. 

    Yellow and polka-dots are two of my favorite things in this world! I love it! You look terrific 🙂

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