Join me and other super stylish babes as we sell our gently used and never worn plus size clothing to the public at the Consign Your Curves event May 30, 2015 in Guelph, Ontario (Canada).
This event is gonna be nuts with designer items, pin-up styles, essential basics, jackets, dresses and so many amazing plus size clothing options from 40 of the most fashionable plus size bloggers and sellers in all sizes (14-32). My selection will consist mostly of sizes 1X/2X or 16/18 including brand new items with tag from my personal closet.
Click here for the Facebook event link and tag #consignyourcurves to help promote and reach women who would love to know about it!
I’ll see you there and please come say hi!!!
Special thanks to Annie and Jessie of the blog Annie and Jay for hosting this event!
Reblogged from Flight of the Fat Girl, Weekend Essentials.
“Ok, so I’m not even gonna lie… I spend most of my weekends in pyjamas – not because I’m lazy, but because I can. And I’m cool with that.
But I do love a great outfit for those days when I have no choice but to get out and be productive! The perfect weekend ensemble has got to start with some great basics!
When it comes to effortlessly chic basics, it simply doesn’t get any better than these amazing leggings and this super cute, tank top from SexyPlus Clothing!”
Click here for the full blog post and more images!
Photo Lane Bryant
This Lane Bryant campaign is all over social media, with the slogan #ImNoAngel. Have you seen it? What are your thoughts?
Click here for the ad
Hooray! But, to be honest, and this is just my opinion, from my perspective as a woman and a consumer, I love the concept of boldly and proudly featuring plus size women in mainstream media and on New York City buses, and I’m happy that the campaign is making waves because every step towards representing beauty diversity is a step in the right direction, however, I feel that these women are very similar in body and shape, and have few of what many of us unfortunately consider “flaws”, and it would have been nice to see actual diversity of shapes and sizes in this campaign – specifically – to support the message. Elle Magazine is quoted as saying that this campaign “redefines sexy”, but really, are any of us arguing that this is sexy? When it comes purely to product shots, I understand using models like this, but not when it comes to a campaign aimed at reinforcing the message of diversity. I feel there is little diversity here. And I kinda feel that it’s like a rich woman saying she’s ok with minimum wage.
But hooray again for the models, and for Lane Bryant for making headlines and drawing attention to the concept of #beautydiversity and the importance of self confidence.
Your turn. Share your thoughts below.