Plus Size Outfit of the Day: Summery Delight

That’s how I feel in this delicate summery look. A flowing plus size chiffon dress with pops of neon is just what I need to lift my spirits! Paired with a plus size crochet cardi by Point Zero Curvy brand, open or tied, is on point for a day at the shop. I especially like how the neck strings can be criss-crossed for a bit of sexy sass.

And the sandals by Ardene are surprisingly wide both in the foot and ankle area. Definitely worth a try if you wear wide widths.

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Dress vintage

Cardi by SexyPlus Clothing (Point Zero Curvy brand)

Sandals by Ardene – available in store, or alternates here

Earrings by Ardene – vintage, alternates available here


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Fat and Proud – Reclaiming the Word Fat

Today is an epic day for the body positivity movement and plus size fashion industry in Canada. It is with great pride (as a proud plus size woman and industry entrepreneur), that I share the news that Karen Ward, a pioneer in this industry as a blogger and boutique owner, along with other trailblazers made the cover of Toronto Metro News.

To reclaim the word fat, Karen says “we need to strip it of its ability to hurt, shed the negative connotations it has accrued, and use it to label ourselves.” As the wife of a Jamaican born and raised man, the word fat has never held these connotations for my husband. Instead, it implies an attractive, healthy, rounded and appealing woman. It is quite refreshing to see an entire culture, and most of the Caribbean, celebrating beauty diversity in this way and with features like today’s article in Toronto Metro News, we may slowly but surely achieve our goal so eloquently described by Karen above.

While there are many models, bloggers and beauty diversity advocates and institutions making headway in Toronto and worldwide, I am so thrilled that this feature included (from left to right) Sarah Taylor, Laura Caravaggio, Karen Ward, Ophilia Alleyne and Thera Warren.

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Photo by Liz Beddall for Metro News


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Stop Matching; Start Coordinating

Growing up in a Cotton Ginny culture, or Au Coton in Montreal where I was raised, getting dressed was all about matching. Your leg warmers matched your sweater and your earrings and your headband – you get the idea.

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As I’ve matured though, I’ve refined my personal style and learned to coordinate my outfits, instead of mindlessly matching. And coordinating is where your personal style really gets a chance to affirm itself.

This outfit is so simple, but coordinated to provide interesting contrast, texture and rich colour.

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Instead of reaching for another blue item to match the blouse, or a white or black item to match the leggings, I went totally wild and put these two together. Ok, so maybe it’s not exactly ‘wild’ but let’s go with unexpected and the result is totally refreshing.

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The shirt is long enough to pair with leggings and just falls loosely around the hips. Shirts like this are essential for casual chic looks. You may find them square or boxy looking on the hangers, but I encourage you to give them a try when you see them. Some are surprisingly shapely and flattering without being clingy.

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Throw on your fav wide calf boots or booties and your look is complete. And oh, for the jewelry, try ‘coordinating’ too – instead of instinctively matching. You might be surprised by the stylish outcome. For this outfit I opted for a simple tri-coloured gold pendant.

There are so many ways to pull off this look – just pick a shirt and a pair of leggings that don’t match!

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Special thanks to Annika of the blog The Stylish Reid for snapping these winter fresh photos for me.


 

Shirt by Torrid – sold out, similar here or here

Leggings by Addition Elle – sold out, similar here

Wide calf boots by PayLess – purchased in store in Canada, shop online here

Teardrop Pendant by Michael Hill


 

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Stylish. Sexy. Rue.

About a year ago I discovered this new curve-hugging, head-turning clothing brand called Rue 107. Their Instagram album had me hypnotized with vibrant patterns, bold cuts and confident curves flaunting their stuff.

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I clicked over to their website and saw that they had a wholesale program and promptly submitted my application to offer the line at my boutique, SexyPlus Clothing. Weeks passed, and months turned into a year before I finally heard back from them. They had revamped their wholesale program and were ready to consider SexyPlus as an approved retailer. I was ecstatic!

After carefully evaluating my company, they agreed that Rue 107 would be a perfect addition to my collection and approved SexyPlus Clothing as the FIRST and ONLY boutique in Canada to offer the line. I was thrilled! You see, I’ve always offered unique cocktail dresses, club wear and lingerie, and recently introduced the Point Zero Curvy / Affordable Casual Collection at SexyPlus, but felt that I was still missing this segment of fashion-forward, rule-breaking styles with a unique urban retro flair. Rue 107 was the answer.

But I wanted to introduce the line with a splash, and Annika of the blog The Stylish Reid immediately came to mind because to me, her style epitomizes urban retro flair and how fabulous confidence can look. She has styled many outstanding looks featuring vintage pieces with modern accessories and when I reached out to her, well, she jumped at the opportunity to collaborate. As a long time client of SexyPlus Clothing, Annika strives to support women as well as local independent businesses whenever she can, so this was a natural fit.

We got together, note pads and smart phones in hand to plan our new collaboration and that’s how “Stylish. Sexy. Rue.” was born.

I asked Annika to select and style 4 pieces from their current line. She chose the Breana, the Sylvie and the Vicky bodycon ruffle off-shoulder dresses, and the super daring Miss Rose bodysuit. We then set a date for a downtown Toronto photoshoot and met with plus size models Sarah Taylor, Caterina Moda and Kristina Samuels on Dec 12.

With a 9am start time, we met with our makeup artist Michelle (who found us on Instagram the night before), and she set out to beautify our gorgeous crew.

Michelle was professional, easy to work with, and super talented. She allowed each model to personalize some aspects of their look while keeping in line with our overall fierce, feminine glam theme.

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Annika styled each look perfectly. She chose accessories and footwear for each model, and herself, to bring our vision to life. Her theme was “Sex and the City” meets urban curvy babes.

Featured below, Sarah wearing the Sylvie dress, Annika wearing the Breana dress, Kristina wearing the Vicky dress and Caterina wearing the Miss Rose Bodysuit.

Even though it was super chilly that day, and there was a lot of relocating, the models, Annika and our photographer Elliot were absolute troopers in bracing the cold and maintaining great attitudes throughout the long and exhausting day. Hey, modeling ain’t easy and a good photographer sometimes has to get on the ground. Annika recaps the project from her perspective on her blog here.

The final result was pure magic. To see how it all came together in these amazing images was so gratifying.

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Each person brought something special to the project – their skill, but also their heart, and for that I am truly grateful. It reminds me that I chose the right profession, and that despite ups and downs which are an unfortunate but natural part of small business, I love what I do. I mean, working with bloggers and models, coordinating fashion photo shoots, and reminding hundreds of women each day that their curves are beautiful…? I’m a lucky girl.

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The final component to bring this project full circle was a meet & greet, or ‘Shop & Sip’ event at SexyPlus Clothing where customers were invited to come and try the new line, be styled by Annika, and enjoy a girls night of shopping and champagne. On Jan 3, we did just that, and what a wonderful evening it was.

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Our campaign models came out and tried on different Rue 107 styles alongside our customers.

Caterina and Annika did a switcheroo, trying on each others’ styles.

Shoppers enjoyed champagne & treats…

And tried on something new…

The best part was the positive energy and support that was felt throughout this entire project, and during our special soirée.

So, from the bottom of my heart, I thank the contributors, customers, models, Rue 107 and especially Annika who brought her creativity and professionalism to this project.

Annika will be selecting the Spring Rue 107 Collection for SexyPlus Clothing boutique so stay tuned for the next chapter in bringing more selection and exciting plus size fashion to Canada.

Love, Stefanie

 


 

SexyPlus Clothing Website

The Stylish Reid Blog

Model Sarah Taylor

Model Caterina Moda

Model Kristina Samuels

Makeup Artist MillionaireMakeup

Photography Elliot Parrott

Cupcakes Gigi Bakes

Blog feature by The Curvy Fashionista


 

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Cold Shoulder, Hot Me!

Ya, ok, quite the arrogant title, but let me explain. I’m all about body positivity and loving myself- it’s the only way I was able to get into the plus size fashion business and authentically do what I do. But let’s be honest: even though we may love ourselves as a package, which took me years to achieve, we are still picky about certain areas of our bodies, and more or less comfortable featuring them. And I think we’re allowed to be this way – as long as we recognize that as a whole, as a ‘package’, we are quite perfect.

That being said, I’m not super crazy about my arms – I still go sleeveless and enjoy the sun on my arms and shoulders in the summer, and I don’t let it hinder my life, but, when I come across a top that lets me expose the super sexy part of my arms that I like (my shoulders), well, it’s cause for celebration. Or at least a blog post 🙂

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This is the Crush Cold Shoulder Top by Point Zero Curvy. It’s prefect in every way: cold shoulders, gold chain detail and front/back peek-a-boo keyhole for that oooh lala factor, and long enough to wear as a tunic.

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And notice that even though it shows my belly outline, I’m still ok with that.

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I styled it with a fun Steve Madden faux fur scarf to add some colour and texture to the outfit.

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And I chose black leggings as a neutral bottom and then my brown wide calf boots by Pennington’s (last year).

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Here it is styled a little differently on plus size model Ophilia for SexyPlus Clothing boutique.

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So ladies, know that it’s ok to wear what makes you feel most comfortable while working with your least and most favourite parts, as long as you work on accepting and appreciate the wonderful ALL of you.

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Special thanks to Lisa of the blog Mustang Sally Two for taking these super nice shots!


 

Crush Cold Shoulder Top by Point Zero Curvy available at SexyPlus Clothing

Basic Leggings by Point Zero Curvy available in store at SexyPlus Clothing

Faux Fur Scarf by Steve Madden – vintage, similar stole by Flaws of Couture

Wide Calf Boots by Penningtons – vintage, similar here


 

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27 Canadian Plus Size Fashion Bloggers You Need To Know

Bloggers are changing the world and it’s a revolution. They are quickly rising not only in popularity, but in influence as well. Brands cannot ignore the tremendous impact bloggers are having on retail, fashion, beauty and so many other industries. Through their tireless work (because blogging is VERY demanding), investment (yes, in many cases, they actually have to buy the items they style) and their unique and uncompromising sense of style, they are giving a voice to consumers about trends, sizes, prices, availability, diversity, quality and needs.

They are unapologetic. They are awesome. They are fearless. They are trailblazers in the body positive and beauty diversity movement. They stand courageous every day against criticism from trolls and fat shamers, to remain true to their principles. With utmost vulnerability, they pour their hearts out in the hopes of touching and inspiring a human being with a similar reality.

This blog is a BIG resounding, glorious, grateful tribute to them. I’ve rounded up 27 of the Canadian Plus Size Fashion Bloggers who have touched me in one way or another. I hope you take the time to visit them, leave a comment, follow, encourage them, and let them know that their work is not for naught.

27 Canadian Plus Size Fashion Bloggers You Need to Know (in alphabetical order)

1. Ailurophile with Style

Allie Krystal is a 24 year old blogger, stylist, and cat lover from Toronto, Canada. But she’s so much more than that. From fabulous DIY Karlito-esque key chains, to dressing like a “fat American Apparel Model’, she’s mixing affordable urban fashion with fabulous statement pieces and haute couture to bring it oh so fabulously to the streets of Toronto.

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2. Big Hips, Red Lips 

Sarah Anne is a 27 year old blogger from Toronto, Canada. She’s “your average, everyday fashion addict with a shopping problem and her head in the clouds”, so she says, but with a satirical and sometimes unabashed and admirably honest point of view on political issues surrounding the plus size industry and beauty diversity movement. With a natural flair for pin up and cheek bones to die for, Sarah is so much more than big hips and red lips!

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3. Boldly Curvy

With the “Be Fearless. Be Bold. Be You.” headline, May isn’t afraid to make people stare, and encourages her fans to wear what they want. Edgy, provocative and always feminine, May declares that “As long as you are true to yourself, you’ve already won!”.

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4. Classically Curvy

Dolly Monroe is a multi-talented plus size pinup blogger babe, model, clothing and costume designer and burlesque dancer from Toronto, Canada. Her vast modelling portfolio showcases her bold, sexy side as well as her talent to completely transform herself. Photo by If You Fall Photography.

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5. Clothes and Shit

Jessica is a 21 year old photographer and blogger from Toronto, Canada. Her blog is a platform by which she not only showcases her personal style, but the many other aspects of her life. She is honest, quirky and down to earth and shoots a lot of her looks outdoors in the most beautiful wooded spots. She’s also the creator of “100 Days of Summer” where she showcases her looks for each day of her favourite season.

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6. Cloud 14+

Thera of Cloud 14+ is a woman on fire, with a refined and ultra feminine sense of style. As a fashion blogger with “a healthy obsession for fashion and beauty, {she} aims to inspire chic & fabulous women to embrace their curves”. As a stylist, she also offers her services to women who want to present a polished, chic and fashionable image.

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7. Curvy Canadian

As a pioneer on the Canadian plus size fashion blogging scene, the unparalleled Karen Ward has been paving the way and inspiring us for years, long before blogging became mainstream. Karen works through her blog and her store (Your Big Sister’s Closet) “to inspire Canadian plus size women to dress to their full potential. To inspire them to feel great about themselves, now, and in their own skin, not when they “lose 10 pounds.”” From cute casual daringly short dresses, to the most impressive gowns and head-wear, Karen is a trailblazer in Canadian plus size fashion.

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8. Curvy in Canada

A new Canadian plus size fashion blogger living in Winnipeg, Kate is on a mission to help you find plus size fashion at a great price. Follow her for her budget-concious style inspiration and up-to-date deals that you can take advantage of.

9. Danishaz

Danisha is french blogger who very active on YouTube, creating videos about fashion, beauty, and all things girly. And food! She shares inspiration through her personal experiences, and engages with her audience for inspiration.

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10. Erica Exposed

Sharing her thoughts, experiences and style as a plus size woman, Erica wants you to know that fashion is not limited to size. And having worked with Erica at SexyPlus Clothing in the past, AND as a recent graduate of the Master of Social Work program, I can truly say that Erica is as sweet and smart as she is stylish.

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11. Fab Four Fashion

Meet Judy, Leslie, Gail and Nancy – four friends, originally from Montreal, now living the big city life in Toronto. They bring a quadruple punch to the blogosphere representing the tall, slim, curvy and plus size women of the world. Making waves navigating fashion trends and remixing them to suit their diverse bodies and unique styles.

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12. Fat Girl Food Squad

Ama and Yuli / Fat Girl Food Squad recently ended their blog, which was about a community, focused on the intersection between food, fat, and Feminism. Fundamentally about people of all shapes and sizes eating good food and feeling good in their bodies, in every way possible. It would be remiss not to include them here.

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13. Fat in the City

Fat in the City (FITC) is a fashion & lifestyle blog for stylish women with curves. ‘Supermodels’ Aisha Fairclough and Jill Andrew are partners and proud co-parents of a heavenly Himalayan and a dazzling Snowshoe, they also run the Body Confidence Canada Awards (BCCA’S) and BITE ME! Toronto Int’l Body Image Film & Arts Festival.

The talent and beauty of these two ladies is so beyond skin deep. Their commitment to the plus size industry is unparalleled, and they are definitely putting Canada on the beauty diversity map.

 

14. Fatshion Peepshow

[Stina is] “a wife and mother of 4, living in Hamilton,Ontario, who loves expressing her creativity through fashion. She’s not your normal, boring mama and she embraces that. She’s into retro styles and pop culture. She believes that your style tells a story of who you are and you should not be ashamed to be true to yourself no matter what your size.

Her 2015 Body Positive Bikini Babes project featuring 101 women of all shapes and sizes in bikinis was a huge success and was featured by The Huffington Post. And guess what – I was in it! “KEEP CALM AND BIKINI AT ANY SIZE!!!” exclaims Stina!

15. Flight of the Fat Girl

Ok, I need a moment here. There is so much I have to say about Cynthia – first of all, as a Montrealer, I feel I have a connection with Cynthia that only Montrealers know. But aside from that, her beautiful ground-breaking courageous posts, her defiant elegant style, her ability to transform her look from rocker bitch to prima donna (and even pre-Madonna) is, to say the least, inspiring and transforming the way “fat” is seen – and admired – in the world today. Her work as a blogger is more than just fashion – it’s about the glory and diversity of what it means to be a woman – a wife – a mother, a professional…and, whether she knows it or not, a widely loved and admired icon.

She is also a guest blogger for Penningtons.

And this photo – gah! Total girl crush on that perfect bottom!

16. Flaws of Couture

Sasha and Garcia of FOC are fierce body positive advocates and super stylish babes to boot. They are about embracing every “flaw” and influencing fashion through their style, images and message. Also creators of the PRETTY PERIOD and subsequent PULLIN OFF A CROP and THIGHS SO THICK bold messaged apparel. And despite being so fierce, they’re super sweet and down to earth gals.

17. Just Biffi

As a graduate from Ryeron’s Fashion Design program, and a runner up on Project Runway, Jessica is no stranger to fashion and style. She is regularly invited to and featured as a guest blogger with brands like Addition Elle, Penningtons, Suzy Shier+ and more.  As a body positive advocate, she is also seen at special events like the Body Confidence Canada Awards, and if you check out her blog you’ll fall in love with the beautiful photography done by her boyfriend, Elliot Parrott Photography.

18. Killer Kurves

As one of Toronto’s inaugural plus size fashion bloggers, the lovely blond bombshell Karyn has been making her own rules and sharing her ultra sweet and feminine style with thousands of readers for years. Frequently featured by brands like Addition Elle and now Torrid who has just entered the Canadian marketplace, Karyn’s fun and flirty style is just dreamy. Her website also features a comprehensive directory of plus size stores you should check out.

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19. Lion Hunter (misslionhunter)

After successfully maintaining a style blog, Curvy Geekery since 2010 Mo decided that she needed to “take a bigger step towards a project that encapsulated more of [she is] and what [she] wanted to contribute to [her] readers. She launched Lion Hunter in 2013 and set out to share her authentic self through fashion, work and anything she sees a “majestic quality” in. She is a Digital Influencer for AIRMILES Canada, contributes content to Huffington Post Canada Style and The W Dish and she is on the Style Panel for FASHION Magazine, Canada’s No 1 fashion and beauty magazine. I had the chance to meet (and photograph her, below) at the 2015 Body Confidence Canada Awards to congratulate her on her achievement as one of the recipients.

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20. Memoirs of Anesha

Anesha describes her blog as a look book for those fashionistas in the big city. With accessories to die for and a flare for practical extravagance, Anesha is a mover and shaker within the city who, over the past four years, has built a personal brand around her fashions and events. Although Anesha has many accomplishments under her belt, one of the largest is her collaboration with a leading bridal magazine, Dauphine Magazine.

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21. Mustang Sally Two

Lisa of Mustang Sally Two is a woman in control – successful professional accountant, fashionista extraordinaire and a lover of all things beauty and interior design. After facing challenges finding clothing she loved and expressed her feminine, professional, elegant style, she set out to share her increasing knowledge and repertoire of plus size finds through her blog. She’s also a firm believer that everyone, no matter what size, can look fabulous and stylish.

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22. My Curves and Curls

Assa is a wife and mother of two, based in Toronto, Canada sharing her knowledge and opinions of style, shopping tips, thrift store finds, general beauty and everything in between. She’s an expert on print-mixing and does it with unparalleled flair. Blogging since 2008, Assa is a pro with killer style and extraordinary outlook.

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23. Petite Plus Meow

Petite Plus Meow is a blog dedicated to all things fashion and lifestyle with a self proclaimed focus of “What I Wore and What I Did”. Run by Irene, a fantastically charismatic woman who explores her journey through fashion while being petite and curvy at the same time. Also a lover of all things retro, Irene provides unique and fabulous styles with a nostalgic flare that are refreshing for women everywhere.

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24. Plus Size Panda

For the past 3 years, Aggie of Plus Size Panda has been running her blog and social media sharing fashion inspiration, reviews and coupon codes to help out all her fellow fashionista readers. Aggie just recently relaunched Plus Size Panda and is out to share her love of life and all that surrounds it. Every now and then Aggie offers some of her fantastically unique items on sale so be on the look-out to shop her closet.

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25. Queen Sized Flava

Sarah XXL St-Fleur is a blogger and YouTube beauty guru who is a master of all things fashion and beauty. Straight from Montreal, Sarah provides her blog in both English and French. Sarah is a very accomplished makeup artist and has a love for dance music. She is also passionate about sharing her views on empowerment of women, self esteem, being healthy at any size and many other social issues.queensizedflava

26. Sarah Taylor’s Journey

Sarah is a professional model and award-winning motivational speaker, teaching the value of self love to girls and women based on her own personal journey and survival. Reigning Miss Plus Canada 2014/2015, Sarah has had many exciting opportunities coming her way like being one of 5 Canadian models selected to walk the runway at Full Figured Fashion Week 2015 in New York City – along with many other exciting events that she shares through her blog and social media.

27. The Stylish Reid

Annika is a plus size fashion blogger, YouTuber, stylist, former fashion designer and mother, with extreme enthusiasm for fashion. Through her blog and her active involvement in fashion-related ventures and collaborations, Annika is out to build a community of encouragement and inspiration for those with curves. Sharing fabulous style along the way, Annika’s passion spreads like wildfire.

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Thanks for reading, and THANK YOU to all the bloggers mentioned above for your passion, your courage and your STYLE! If you think I’ve missed a blogger that should be on this list, please comment below.

Special thanks to McKina, SexyPlus Associate, for her help researching and completing this post.


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Holiday Casual with Haute Style

While some of us are lucky enough to have the opportunity to get all glammed up for holiday parties and galas, others just need something stylish to wear to more casual holiday gatherings, like family dinners or office luncheons. With this in mind, I wanted to share this plus size fashion look featuring Point Zero Curvy that I styled on a gorgeous plus size model you may already know, Caterina.

She’s wearing the Crochet Lace Sleeves Plus Size Blouse and Side Lace Print Plus Size Leggings. The crochet lace detail on the blouse steps the casual level up a notch making it a lovely option for the festive season, and beyond.

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The side slits make it easy to wear and add a bit of sexiness to this relatively modest top, showing a hint of your hips.

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Pairing it with the Side Lace Print Leggings was another way to add interest to an all-black outfit. The lace print detail is sassy but still subtle enough to compliment, rather than compete, with the lace detail of the blouse. The are super soft, comfy and stretchy. They also have a natural high waist that accommodates a fuller behind and won’t slide down.

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The crochet lace detail on the top continues across the shoulders in back which is a nice detail that Point Zero Curvy always considers in their designs.

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It’s an easy to wear, dramatic look like the title of this post: Holiday Casual with Haute Style.

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The final touch to this look were the amazing wide calf boots, called the Debbie style by ‘Boots by Pamela’ brand. With a medium but sexy heel, cocoon style with buckle detailing, they’re the perfect manageable heel in a wide calf boot that I’ve seen this year.

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Special thanks to Caterina for modelling this look for my blog!


Crochet Lace Blouse by Point Zero Curvy available at SexyPlus Clothing soon

Side Lace Print Leggings by Point Zero Curvy available at SexyPlus Clothing soon

You can also shop Point Zero Curvy on their website here

Debbie Wide Calf Boots by SexyPlus Clothing (available in sizes 7-12 on special order only)


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