I was asked if I wanted to take part in a style challenge for George at Asda, and how could I resist? I was asked to choose one dress and come up with two outfits for it using accessories also from the George range. The hardest bit of this was narrowing it down to one… Read More Light as a feather in #Georgeous Dresses
I’d like to say I was surprised when this image appeared on my timeline this morning, I wasn’t though, I was disappointed, but not surprised.
In only a few days time I will be at Style XL, and I am so excited! If you haven’t heard of it, it’s a plus size fashion event being held in Birmingham. It sounds like it’s going to be incredible, with so many wonderful brands and people.
Can I? Yes. I can. In case you’ve missed it, Oprah Magazine ran an advice column where a reader asked if she could “pull off a crop top”, and the response was an unequivocal no unless the reader had a flat stomach. As you can imagine, this caused an outcry.
This was originally a rant in a private group, but fuck it, I think it needs saying publicly. This is aimed at certain types of plus size women, the kind who harm a positive movement with their nastiness.
I enjoyed drawing the last lot so much that I decided to do it again. So here’s round two.
I was having a little bit of difficulty with an illustration I was working on, and starting to get frustrated. I knew I needed to step away for a bit, but also needed to remember why I love drawing. So I decided to have some fun.
I was near a Matalan, and heard they had some cute stuff in right now, so thought I’d go find out for myself. I’d seen on their site that they do larger sizes, so figured I’d be on to a winner. How wrong was I?
I have, very generously, been sent these Wingz to review. If you haven’t heard of them before they are a solution for when you are wearing something sleeveless but wish it had sleeves. Simple but effective. I chose to review the three quarter length stretch fitted Wingz.
The beautiful Debs has come up with a new plan for #WeAreTheThey, today a group of bloggers will be breaking some so-called rules for plus size women. We are wearing the kinds of things that normally the fashion industry considers forbidden territory for us larger women. Because why should slimmer women have all the fun?