The Perfect Tank Top {Pregnant or Not}

I'm one of those people who really, really wants to be into fashion and look perfectly put together at all times. 

I am not actually one of those people.

I try my best to look nice and in the season's fashions. I want to wear patterns and polka dots and stripes... but somehow I often end up with solid tanks and cardigans and giving them a lil' somethin' somethin' with fun jewelry or shoes. 

I was incredibly psyched when my sister Kimberly recommended the Essential Ribbed Scoop Neck tank tops from Forever 21.

They are stretchy and flattering yet keep their shape, they come in a zillion colors and..oh yeah, they are a whopping $4.80 a pop. Since I've been pregnant, my love for these tank tops has grown uncontrollably!

They are slim fitting and extra long, so they are perfect for showing off the burgeoning bump!

I don't want to hide my pregnancy under big, baggy clothes and I've found that these tanks, mixed with cute cardigans and pants or long skirts really do the trick from making me look too bulky and oversized, not to mention keeping me in some sort of style.

Oh! And I haven't worn them this way, but I think these tanks would also be absolutely perfect for bedtime, especially in these last hot summer days! And um, again for $4.80 a pop, you really can't go wrong. And, I just realized they are on special this week online - 2 for $8. I plan to stock up on darker colors and wear them throughout the fall, mixed with chunky sweaters, leggings and boots!

So that's what I'm crushing on these days. I'm off to scoop these up in every color under the sun...

Do you have a go-to look?

What are your favorite clothing pieces?

Fashion's Night Out Fun, Even For a Peon

On Thursday, Sept 10, I, along with fashionista extraordinaire and almost-sister Catherine, attended Fashion's Night Out - a one night event kicking off New York Fashion Week in which stores from Fifth Ave Flagships to SoHo boutiques stayed open late, had dj's spinning rockin' tunes, and offered free champagne. Be sure to check out Catherine's video coverage which is soon to be posted on her site!

Stores visited:
Juicy Couture
Henri Bendel
Elie Tahari

Budget Breakdown:
1 glass of seltzer (mistaken for real water) - FREE
2 glasses of champagne - FREE
1 bottle Baby Goth Girl MAC Style Black nail polish: $13
1 FNO T-shirt: $30
1 Tom Ford perfume sample: FREE
2 Subway Fares: $4.50
1 bathroom use at Chanel: FREE

Elie Tahari
Here, I got my fancy FNO t-shirt and listened to some music on a giant tuba.

Juicy Couture on 5th Avenue featured 1920's style flappers who frequently broke into dance. Oh, and they had a full pink bar serving champagne (2 free glasses for me).

MAC Style Black Collection

A new collection on preview for one night only, featuring, you guessed it, black. Gorgeous eye shadows and nail polishes lead the collection, however I do have some reservations about the black lipstick.