Wild Card Wednesday: If the Apocalypse Comes, Beep Me

Happy Wednesday!!!
Tank:  ViralStyle
Today, I'm back with my awesome new Mutant Enemy tank styled in a few different ways.  Buffy the Vampire Slayer is my all time favorite show, and if you're familiar with the show, you'll recognize the little monster on my shirt as the logo for Joss Whedon's production company, Mutant Enemy.
Pants:  NY&CO (old)
I ordered this shirt from a company called ViralStyle - they have campaigns in which so many shirts have to be ordered in a given time before the shirt is produced.  I put in my order, waited for the campaign to end successfully and then to have my shirt printed.  I was so excited when I received the tank, and the cotton was just so soft and comfortable.  Despite only having the tank for a few weeks, I've already worn it several times.
Heels:  Target
Clutch:  ASOS
For the first pairing, I threw on my comfy joggers and added heels and a fang clutch for a laid-back outfit with a little polish and a tongue-in-cheek vampire reference.
Earrings:  Torrid
This past weekend, I wore the same outfit but threw on sneakers.  YES!  I sometimes do wear sneakers...rarely, very rarely.  LOL
Sneakers:  Nike
Sunglasses:  Calvin Klein
For the last styling of my tank, I turned things up a notch for evening and paired it with a pencil skirt and stiletto booties.
Skirt:  Eloquii (Available here)
Booties:  Payless (old)
Which styling do you prefer?
Clutch (middle photo):  Target
Bonus points if you know the name of the episode from which I took today's post title!

For the pants in other looks, see here, here, and here.

For the jacket in other looks, see here and here.
For the skirt in another look, see here.


Manic Monday: Work Style in Black and White

I think I've made it pretty obvious right now how much I love wearing black and white, and if you're new here, let me introduce you to the reasons why.  :-)

Such a color combination is sleek, sophisticated, and always chic.

Skirt:  Eloquii (Available here)
Jacket:  Eloquii (Available here)
While I love the combo, it can border on boring, which is why I look for more interesting or unique fabrications of my favorite basics - carwarsh pleats, windowpane plaid, layered looks, etc.

Carwash pleats are a big trend for fall, so I was super excited to find this skirt from Eloquii.  It required some alterations (and I'd love for it to be just a little shorter and slimmer fit), but so cool to find a straight from the runway style at an affordable price!

Tee:  The Limited (Similar here)
Clutch:  Target
Ring:  The Limited
Glasses:  Firmoo.com
Heels:  Chelsea & Zoe (Available at Kohl's here)
The windowpane plaid vest has zip-off sleeves, so it can be worn in multiple ways.  Such versatility!!

In addition to the vest, I paired the carwash skirt with a twist on your classic button down shirt and added royal blue heels and a red clutch.  I would throw on a basic cardigan or blazer for work and chilly fall temps.

Shirt:  Eloquii (Available here)

Ring:  Earthbound Trading Company

Clutch:  Vintage
For today's last look, I'm wearing another amazing Eloquii find - a layered look skirt, which I paired with a simple ivory camisole and boyfriend cardigan. 
Skirt:  Eloquii (Available here)
Camisole and Cardigan:  LOFT (Cardigan available here)
I apologize that it was a little dark when I snapped the pics, but I was excited to share this look, which I'll be wearing to work very soon!
Boots:  Target
Satchel:  Target (Similar here)
What is your favorite color combination? 


Imitation Game: Curvy Girl Chic

It's time for another Imitation Game post, and I'm really excited to share today's look inspired by Allison of Curvy Girl Chic
Skirt:  Forever 21+ (Available here)
I'm so excited because Allison's blog is one of the first blogs I ever followed, and it's the very first curvy/plus fashion blog I followed.  I love her style - feminine with a bit of edge, polished but laid-back. 

Allison nails the flowy skirt/moto jacket combo, and it's also a look that I particularly like. 
Photo c/o Allison of Curvy Girl Chic, from On Weekends
Jacket: Eloquii
Boots:  Fergalicious by Fergie
Echoing Allison's look, I paired a tulle skirt with a moto jacket.  I considered using a black faux leather jacket for a more similar look, but instead, I decided to play off the color blocking in Allison's bag with my choice of jacket and clutch.
Clutch:  The Limited
Bracelets:  LOFT, The Limited, NY&CO
Sunglasses:  Calvin Klein

Glasses:  Firmoo.com
Tank:  Eloquii (Available here)
The studs on Allison's tank add a little edge to the outfit.  To give my look a little bit of edge, I added spikey earrings.
Earrings:  Torrid
What do you think of today's inspired look?  Do you follow Curvy Girl Chic?

For the jacket in other looks, see here, here, and here.


Wild Card Wednesday: Casual Neutrals

Last week, I featured a sheer lace dress that's perfect for a night out, but for this week's Wild Card Wednesday, I'm taking things in a more casual direction.
Sweatshirt:  Eloquii
I've paired boyfriend crops with neutrals for a soft and easy look.  The weather is starting to turn chillier, so this sweatshirt layered over a button down top was a great choice for a casual dinner with the family.
Jeans:  Torrid (Similar here and here)
Earrings and Ring:  The Limited
Booties:  Target
The embellishments on the shoulder and the overlapping hem give this sweatshirt a little more style and interest than your typical grey sweatshirt.
Glasses:  Firmoo.com
Button-down shirt:  The Limited
I am not a big denim person, but I do love the laid-back feel of this look and the oversized fit of the sweatshirt.  Comfy and cozy - my favorite cool weather words!

What does your version of fall casual look like?

For the jeans in other looks, see here and here.
For the top in another look, see here.