Wolford Head to Toe
Here is a unique outfit combining four great pieces, all from Wolford, one of my favorite brands…let’s start at the top! The red microfiber short sleeved tee – form fitting – in a flattering shade of red…found at Revolve…Yay! Finding Wolford items in a consignment shop is not something you see everyday, so when you see things in your size, scoop them up! The black ‘tunic’ is actually called a ‘multi-function scarf’, bought a few years ago in their Chestnut Hill shop. It can be worn with nothing underneath, or layered over other pieces…
I kept this card that came with it so I wouldn’t forget the various ways it could be styled…
Wearing it this way is comfortable, and adding a belt keeps it in place…as the day went on I actually pulled up the right side of the tunic a bit more to show a peek of the red sleeve…it evolved as the day went on!
The skirt is faux leather, machine washable, pull-on style, super comfortable. You can style this conservatively for work, then go sexy at night…it is one of their staple pieces, extremely versatile.
And the fourth Wolford piece – the plaid tights! Yes, they cost more than your average tights, but they last for years, and they are sooo comfortable. Worth every penny.
A fun outfit only deserves to be topped with a fun coat! Especially since it was a rainy day…
The bottom line:
- Wolford pieces are meant to be form fitting. You can mix in more relaxed, loose fitting pieces or go ‘body-con’ all the way!
- You need not be model thin to wear body-con styles. I have seen plenty of plus size gals wear these styles and they look great.
- Wolford is pricey. Splurge occasionally on items you will wear to death (tights, this skirt), then always keep your eyes open for Wolford in consignment shops. Look what I recently found at Revolve…
- Don’t miss Wolford’s bi-annual sale – many items get marked down significantly! Woohoo!
Any other Wolford fans out there?
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