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My Style: I’ll Take a Two Piece and Some RebDolls  

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You know, I have to do better with these outfit posts. As much as I run around, I do not get to share off my faves all the time… anywho, I have been a fan of these coordinating sets, I tried a few and I think I have found which works the best for me… I have long been talking about RebDolls, hell I even have a RebDolls giveaway happening right now, well I though it only right to show off one of the looks that I am most in love with- Right?

My Style: I’ll Take a Two Piece and Some RebDolls

BUT, my question or task here is how to make these looks work in the chilly weather. Hey, I am from Cali, so bear with me. Everything is jackets, jackets, and more jackets. And thanks to this uber fun Lindi jacket from BB Dakota, I can be warm AND cute (more on BB Dakota soon). Hrmph. And it is not like you are sitting outside in the cold four hours at a time, so I played with these strappy black patent Smash Heels that I also have in that fun neon yellow!

My Style: I’ll Take a Two Piece and Some RebDolls- The Curvy Fashionista #TCFstyle

My Style: I’ll Take a Two Piece and Some RebDolls- The Curvy Fashionista #TCFstyle Now, as much as I love black, I do have a penchant for jewel toned and rich hues. This teal (also a purposeful blog color) is no exception! I love this color, allowing this Crop Top and Midi skirt set to be classics by themselves and rocking them together makes for a serious- ‘Heyyy booo’ situation.

On the set, I LOVE the length of the skirt and the weight of the cotton used. I can see these mixed and matched with a few items in the closet… do NOT be surprised if you see these two a few times over on the blog.

My Style: I’ll Take a Two Piece and Some RebDolls- The Curvy Fashionista #TCFstyle And because I am silly, I had to have a bit of fun with these shots, because… I am a bit goofy and love to dance. Thanks to my fun and sharp new photog, Chase, I imagine many more fun shoots and shots to come to the blog! Are you ready to see and watch more of me?

Here are the outfit details:

Two Piece Crop and Midi Set: Rebdolls Essential Teal Body Conscious Set at RebDolls.com
Shoes: Plei Strappy Heels at SmashShoes.com
Jacket: Lindi Jacket by BB Dakota at Zappos.com
Clutch: Older style from Boohoo.com

My Style: I’ll Take a Two Piece and Some RebDolls- The Curvy Fashionista #TCFstyleThis look, I probably would not have rocked six years ago… I have noticed over the past two years I have been stepping into a boldness, playfulness, and freer personal style- one that expresses who I am NOW, as a woman, sister, blogger, and everything else in between. I do love this change and I am curious to see where this will grow!

What do you think? Have you seen yourself and your style change over the past two years? Do you like your changes? How has this reflected where you are at in life?

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Written by Marie Denee

I am the Editor in Chic of The Curvy Fashionista. Often goofy. Forever emo. Always a Virgo. You can find me somewhere grooving to 90s R&B.

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  1. I also ordered some pieces from rebdolls and unfortunately :
    the 1X swag sweater is wayyyyyyy too big to me. and the 2X black zipper dress is one size smaller.
    i’m quite sad as I can’t return them: I’m international customer. I hope next time i could place an order my size will be in stock.
    But in general, I love their style!! The grisel midi skirt and the relaxed crop look awesome !!!

  2. Just found your blog through a friend on Facebook and I’m loving everything about it. Your great style and fashion tips led me to a beautifully flattering dress from ASOS Curve and now I’m drooling over these Rebdoll sets. The midi skirt is a curvy girls best friend and can’t wait to add a piece from Rebdolls to my closet!! 🙂

  3. Hey! I am wondering what size you bought this two piece in. I was attempting to order from their size guide which was putting me in a 3x even though I am typically an xl to 1x in other brands. I also see that there is a stretch to the waistline of the skirt. Can you give em an idea of how you figured out the correct sizing? I don’t want to order something that doesn’t fit correctly

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