We have been fortunate that winter hasn’t been that bad lately. We only saw a light dusting of snow up until two weeks ago when we saw 17″ of the white, fluffy stuff. We also have some yesterday morning – causing local schools to close for the day. By dinner time all the fresh snow had melted.
It’s hard to keep up with the weather this time of year. One day it’s in the 50’s, the next day is bitterly cold. Some days I can leave our home wearing only a sweat jacket. Other days I am bundled up in a heavy coat with gloves and a scarf (I’m not a hat person).
Trying to dress for crazy weather is not an easy task. That is why I opt to wear layers on most days. That way I an take off articles of clothing, or put more pieces on, to match the temperature both inside and out.
My new favorite thing to wear is an infinity scarf. Not only does it keep my neck warm outside, it also adds a “pop” of color to whatever I am wearing.
I am a big fan of wearing tank tops. I wear them under my clothing as well as part of my look (under a cardigan or a buttoned up blouse). In fact, its one of the tips shared by celebrity stylist Denise Caldwell. Check out her great tips for styling in style during the winter months.
As the temperatures begin to drop, the time for piling on clothes and shelving our cute outfits in favor of boring fleece and bulky winter boots arrives. But fear not – just because it’s winter, doesn’t mean we have to give up on style. To help conquer the cold, Fruit of the Loom has teamed up with celebrity stylist, Denise Caldwell, to share personal fashion tips and tricks. Some of her tricks to keep you looking stylish and chic all season long, include:
Choose slimming layers: The key to slimming layers is to choose transitional pieces like the Fit for Me by Fruit of the Loom lightweight microfiber tank top, paired with a cardigan and structured pant.
Accessorize to upgrade any outfit: The must have jewelry pieces for the winter are pieces that you can stack and layer. It’s all about making a statement above the waist.
I have some Fit for Me by Fruit of a Loom tank tops and underwear.
The Ladies Fit for Me Microfiber tank comes in a 3-pack. The one I have came with black, white and “nude.” All three colors go perfectly with my wardrobe. I can mix and match them with the various outfits that I own.
I especially like the “nude” one. I have a few blouses that are a bit too “low cut.” I sometimes close up the blouse with a safety pin. Wearing the “nude” Fit for Me Microfiber tank I can wear those blouses without relying on a safety pin. It keeps me covered and gives the illusion of bare skin – so I can be sexy and modest at the same time.
Sizes rum from 1X – 4X. As a plus size woman I appreciate that they are available in my size. They fit well and are very comfortable to wear. They wash nicely too.
The Fit for Me Microfiber Tank retails for $12.44 for the 3 pack.
I also have Fit for Me underwear. They are available in different varieties – Microfiber, Beyond Soft and Cotton.
These underwear are true to size and are probably the most comfortable underwear I have ever worn. They don’t ride up and the elastic doesn’t roll down. I haven’t had any “wedgie” issues either.
I was worried that these would shrink or lose their shape once washed, but that has not been the case at all. They wash up beautifully.
No matter what type of “bottom” I am wearing, these underwear stay up and feel so comfortable that it feels like I’m not wearing anything at all.
I love that they are available in plus sizes.
Ladies’ Fit for Me Cotton
- Silhouettes: Brief, Hi-cut, Boxer Brief
- Price: $9.96/5 pack; Boxer Brief available in 4 pack
- Sizes: 9-13
Ladies’ Fit for Me Microfiber
- Silhouettes: Brief, Hi-cut
- Price: $12.44/5 pack
- Sizes: 9-13
Ladies’ Fit for Me Beyond Soft
- Silhouettes: Brief/5 pack
- Price: $12.44
- Sizes: 9-13
All of these Fit for Me by Fruit of a Loom products are available at your local Walmart, as well as online at Walmart.com.
Have you tried Fit for Me products?
*I received free product samples in order to do this review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.