It’s time to bust out of the black and white and embrace color – lots of it! From color saturated solids to rainbow infused prints, this collection is sure to make you shine bright.
We love seeing photos of awesome members in Gwynnie Bee items! If you’re like us, you want to know what garments look like on different body sizes and shapes, and you also want ideas on how to style them. Here are a few “in the wild” shots from the past week.
It’s New Arrivals… on a Thursday? If you’re confused, it’s okay. We are now coming to you with new arrivals every 10 days instead of every other Tuesday. This means many more new items to fill your closet with! Start warming up your computer mouse – we’ve got lots of great items today.
Overwhelmed at the beauty and confidence in these member photos from the past couple of weeks!
Ana (from Facebook) in the IGIGI Agnessa Polka Dot top
Krystel (Army Wife 101) in the Anna Scholz Giraffe Print kimono
Erin (The Bariatric Guru) in the INC Printed Faux Wrap Dress
Bekah (Matters of Merrymaking) in the Charter Club Paisley Print Dress
Jenny (Metamorfit) in the Jones NY Belted Cap Sleeve Dress
Emily (Skinny Emmie) in the Karen Kane Extended Back Tank Dress and
Pepper Pixie (from Facebook) in the Tahari Sleeveless Belted Print Dress
Kris (Scrap and Sniff) in the INC Boatneck Printed Shift Dress
Michele (from Facebook) in the ASOS Mini Lace Pencil Dress
Welcome to a new series on the Gwynnie Bee blog where we celebrate members featuring their Gwynnie Bee picks. This will be a great resource to see how different items look on different heights and body types, and could spark some styling inspiration for various pieces.
It’s our first set of April new arrivals (next launch will be Thursday April 18, so mark your calendars) and they are an explosion in print and color: everything spring should be! Let’s take a look at a few of the trends spotlighted in this latest batch of clothes from Gwynnie Bee.
Cue the superhero music, because this week our curated collection features some BAM! POW!
The black and white monochromatic trend has been in for a while now, but with spring, punches of color are introduced to create a statement that is anything but boring!
Some things go together like peanut butter and jelly. Or peas and carrots.
In fashion, think of the awesome combinations of: