Vacation Style: The Two Piece | What Comfort Zone?



When packing for my vacation, I packed this two piece from Forever 21 Plus, but I had absolutely no intention of actually wearing it, because it is was so out of my comfort zone.  On top of that, when I purchased this suit I had to purchase a 3x to compensate for my boobies (whomp, whomp), so the bottoms are HUUUGE! Luckily this year Forever 21 is selling the bikini tops and bottoms separately, so you won't have that problem.

Well, after unpacking my suitcase, it's as if this leopard print just kept calling me, I could hear it saying "Inez, wear me"...lol. Needless to say, I did it! I stepped out of my comfort zone and wore a two-piece and honestly it wasn't bad at all, I even wore it two different ways. I think I may try another two-piece before the summer is out, this time my focus will be on fit and most of all support.

Wearing: Two Piece: Forever 21 Plus (OLD), Shorts: Forever 21 Plus (OLD), 
Kaftan: Burlington Coat Factory, Earrings: Trice Clark Brand

Here are a few I'm loving from ASOS Curve and Forever 21.


When was the last time you stepped out of your comfort zone? What did you wear? 



Photos by me, via my tripod.
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  1. Looking good Inez loving the print and those shorts, ya know when I ordered my both of my binkini, I still was not sure if I was going to wear them...or lets say if I really could set out, but I realized I have been slaving in this gym for nothing girl,still Fat but Fit lol. Girl when I put that thang on...somebody was surely gonna have to stop me physically...I know I was banging [even more excited since I had a baby 10 months ago,back to pre-baby body yesss!]. The prints were looking to fab on my body. Any last min insecurities that I had before I put it on, were gone girl, I was counting down the days until our vacation just to wear it and my fiancee was loving it! I saw the looks and stares when I walked out to the pool and beach,but no one can doubt the confidence I had it my swimsuit. When I got back I ended up getting another one from Forever 21 which again I cannot wait to wear. I certainly enjoy my swimsuitsforall bikini more,the quality is much higher,but overall I loved both swimsuits. Hi five to stepping out and taking a chance, girl you wore that 2 piece!
    -Angelea

    AngeleaWhat|Broke Fatshion

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  2. Blogging has made me step out of my comfort zone.
    When you have a vision, you can't just stick your toe in. You have to jump in head first.
    I've been trying to stick my toe in and tho it has gotten me some notoriety, it has not gotten me anywhere NEAR where I want to be.
    I really enjoyed this thought provoking pice and you look absolutely STUNNING in your two piece, (big trunks or not!) I want to encourage you to continue ruthlessly pursuing your dreams. You are inspiring people every day!

    Tammie of My Aura Blog

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  3. Inez, you are serving some fierceness in this two piece!! Yaaaass, honey you look fabulous! I have to agree with Tammie, blogging has also pushed me out of my comfort zone. I'm normally the shy hermit crab (my sign is cancer). I'll come out and play a little while, but back to my shell I go when I feel threatened or insecurities creeping in. Thanks, for all you do Inez! And please keep inspiring me :)

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  4. HOT HOT HOT! I love that quote you put on there too! I am going to have to use it. Gorgeous suit and photos. You are rocking the ish out of that suit woman!

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  5. Hello,Ciao Inez...beautiful photos and Your Style is so fabolous...so chic...so magic!

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  6. Oh my hat! How thankful I am that I came across your blog, this post in particular. I am an up coming plussize blogger from South Africa. I recently went on vacation and wore a two piece similar to that one. I have been having second thoughts blogging about it but WHAT COMFORT ZONE? Thank you so much for the inspiration.

    KEDI of Unapologetically Curvy
    Www.kedittj.blogspot.com

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