There has been some absolutely fabulous clothing that has rolled out in the past few weeks. I was really excited while researching this post and I could have easily showed twenty pieces, no problem. However, I did manage to edit the list down to the things I loved most.
Hands down the favorite thing on this board is the lovely navy blue wrap dress from Michael Kors. I have been looking for a wrap dress and I think I finally found it. This is something I'd buy automatically, but since I have to buy a new laptop and upgrade my phone in the next month (UNG) I'm holding out a bit on clothing purchases.
Like 3/4 sleeve lengths, draped cardigans/jackets are seemingly very popular in plus-size wear as opposed to straight sizes. Typically, I'm not the biggest fan of all the drapery but I really love the drape on this wool jacket. The fabric gives it enough heft to give the jacket some shape so it doesn't just hang there and look like a limp pasta noodle.
I fall into the sweater/slacks routine a lot in the fall/winter and it can get boring. Adding a sweater with an interesting shape can help, and the greenish-teal color will pair beautifully with navy, gray, camel, and a whole host of other neutrals. A pair of tweed pants can give you the same effect, and the cut on these pants is very flattering.
Two of these accessories are affordable and one is aspirational. The navy and camel scarf is $38, and the tassel and pearl necklace is $48. If you're of the crafting tribe, you can probably make the necklace for less than $25. The shoes aren't very preppy but lordy, are they pretty. They look weird from the side but if you look at them on an actual pair of feet they look incredible. However, I cannot fathom paying $1,200+ for a pair of shoes I might wear twice a month. For that amount of money, I can pay all of my monthly bills and still be able to pick up a new Kate Spade bag.