My closet looks like a complete disaster right now as I’m trying to cycle out summer/fall clothes but am not quite ready to pull out the sweaters yet. I kind of want to just keep the basics in my closet: jeans, leggings, tees, cardigans; and put the rest away for the new Gwynnie Bee arrivals that are coming fast and furious. (Gwynnie Bee is like Netflix for clothes. Here’s an intro.) I’ve worn the bird print tunic twice this week, the aubergine cardigan twice in the past 2 weeks, and the new maxi dress I’ll show you in a second, twice since I’ve gotten it. Such an easy way to keep the closet refreshed.
With my most recent Gwynnie Bee box, I got some awesome new pieces that I had eyed for a while now on their respective sites. Everyone knows I am obsessed with Kiyonna and ASOS Curve, and to get a box of just those items was like an early Christmas. An added treat? I didn’t take self-portraits in front of my kitchen door! I got to play in the street in downtown Lexington with photographer Emily Moseley.
ASOS Curve Knitted Dress with Colorblock Sleeve via Gwynnie Bee (Size 22, runs way large)
Old Navy Leggings, size 3X
Lane Bryant Platform Boots, super old
Kiyonna 3/4 Sleeve Lace Boudoir Dress, size 4 via Gwynnie Bee
Torrid black platform heels, mega old!
Kiyonna Juliet Wrap Top (size 4) via Gwynnie Bee
Old Navy maxi skirt (size 3x)
Kiyonna Desert Rain Maxi (size 4) via Gwynnie Bee
Target cowboy boots
I really love these pieces, especially for holiday parties and such coming up. The Kiyonna pieces are classic, whereas the ASOS Curve dress is casual and feels… collegiate. Not sure if that’s the right word. But it’s what pops in my head! The hardest part about all of this is trying to figure out which items to send back so I can get a refresh with new, fun things. Not a bad dilemma to have if you ask me!
30 day free trial: Gwynnie Bee has extended their 30-day free trial for up to 3 items per month, so it’s risk-free to try if you sign up before 11/30/12. Just go here, then “Request an Invite” and under “How did you hear about us”, give my name. If you’d rather just explore, you can always sign up and just look at what is offered before deciding if you want to sign up for the trial or not.
FTC Disclosure: If you sign up and mention my name, I get credit towards my subscription costs. This is a service I paid for before all of that, so honestly if you don’t sign up through me, no sweat! I just want people to know about it, regardless.