Yesterday I introduced all of you to Gwynnie Bee, an online monthly subscription apparel service for women’s clothing sizes 10 to 24 providing women “clothing without commitment.” It’s like Netflix for clothing. No commitment, no hassle, all fashion and on trend.
Gwynnie Bee is dressing me for BlogHer, and their selection offers so many great choices for a blogging conference.
So I am asking you all to help me pick two BlogHer outfits.
I have two goals:
- Select something comfortable, trendy and fun that’s dressy enough to wear to one of the many parties I will be attending. I want to dress to impress, but still be fashion forward and fun.
- Wear something appropriate for the conference and meetings with potential clients. I’d like something that’s comfortable, professional looking and makes a “statement” in that it looks good and makes me look professional and fun at the same time.
I spoke with the ladies Gwynnie Bee, and they came up with a few looks.
Help me choose what to wear from Gwynnie Bee!
Party Look #1: Amanda Printed Dolman Dress by Suzi Chin
I love the simple flow of this dress. It is totally out of my comfort zone because I’d never pick a print like this… BUT, Gwynnie Bee is all about “clothing without commitment” and trying something new, right? I’d probably pair it with neutral wedges or stripy sandals.
Party Look #2: Cap Sleeve Floral Faux Wrap by Alfani
Vote for My Party Look here!
Day Look #1: Butterfly Sleeve Tunic by INC
I love this shirt, but have no idea how to wear it! With jeans? Could I wear dressy bermuda shorts with heels? It’s adorable!
Day Look #2: Ishiko Top by Igigi
Love this color, and how it accentuates the waist. Again… with jeans? I wonder, could I wear dressy bermuda shorts with heels on this one too?
Vote for My Day Look Here!
Ready to Try Gwynnie Bee?
Follow Girls’ Lunch Out on Twitter along with Gwynnie Bee as I tweet from BlogHer with photos of what I’m wearing courtesy of Gwynnie Bee. Also, be sure to check out the Gwynnie Bee Pinterest board for awesome style tips and new products from their collection.
Girls’ Lunch Out was compensated for this post and the Gwynnie Bee campaign.