Mirror Image

Point Zero Curvy brand just doesn’t quit. I LOVE their stuff. And I’m so glad that in 2015 they introduced a curvy line. Thank you Point Zero. I salute you.


I fell in love with this tunic when it first arrived at my store, SexyPlus Clothing. The colours, design and especially the mirror image were vibrant and just spoke to me.


It’s got a nice shape with a dolman-like sleeve. The fabric is mixed, with the back in a t-shirt fabric and the front in a more slinky poly fabric.


It could be worn as a mini dress, but with Spring transition and the weather not quite warm enough yet, I decided to style it with crop leggings.


To match the edginess of this design, I decided on a vintage choker also from SexyPlus Clothing, and my Maurices laser cute wedge sandals in nude. Tip: sometimes we tend to default to a black shoe, but you can lighten the look by opting for nude which is a super versatile neutral.


My blogger buddy and friend, Lisa of Mustangsallytwo, was kind enough to lend me this bright red clutch to complete the look.


Details on this outfit below, and thank you to Lisa for snapping this look for me!

See you all later!



Tunic by Point Zero Curvy and available at SexyPlus Clothing

Crop leggings by SexyPlus Clothing – currently sold out, will be in stock soon

Sandals by Maurices – last year, new arrivals here

Necklace by SexyPlus Clothing – available in store

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SassyPlus Canadian Plus Size Fashion Blogger


Short Girls CAN Wear Maxi Dresses – a Tropical Playground

Happy Tuesday loves! First of all, I wanted to THANK all my new followers – I am so happy that you like my blog so far and truly enjoy reading it. That means EVERYTHING to me and makes it all worthwhile.

Today’s post features a lovely plus size maxi dress from SexyPlus Clothing. I specifically chose this dress to show you that petite girls CAN wear maxis – coming from my compact little 5’1′ perspective. And yes, investing in a little hem shortening is worth it.

The Tropical Garden Maxi Dress is custom made for the boutique. Each year, the designer of this dress, named Dream Dance, comes up with an array of beautiful new fabrics, and clients like SexyPlus Clothing get to choose which styles we want in those fabrics. This means that the combination of the particular fabric (the Tropical Garden) on this particular dress style (the Celebrity Maxi) is unique to the boutique, which is important because sometimes it’s nice to have a piece of clothing that is not mass produced and worn by everyone.

What I love about the Tropical Garden Dress:

1) thick shoulder straps that are bra friendly – score!

2) an empire waist that defines the smallest part of my body and makes the skirt of the dress fall easily over my tummy

3) the black piping around the bust ads a contrast that enables me to coordinate the look with black accessories like the belt and lace vest, and a black sandal

4) the length! Maxis are awesome because they are so easy to style – it’s one piece and there’s your outfit.



I went for a lovely statement necklace that just had the perfect color combination.



And I couldn’t resist these crazy strappy wedges I got a few years ago in some ghetto mall. Like the necklace, the colors were just too perfect to pass up. I could have gone for a simple black sandal, or any color shoe and that’s what’s so great about this dress: the versatility and the options it presents for styling.


So do you still think you’re too short for maxi dresses?


Maybe you need to sleep on it…


Let’s not lie down on the issue too long…


WAKE UP! Get yourself into a MAXI dress and be a goddess!


Stay tuned for my next blog post featuring my guest the gorgeous Selina (who you met recently) in an Addition Elle swimsuit.

Tropical Garden Maxi Dress by SexyPlus Clothing – here

Lace vest, belt and necklace by SexyPlus Clothing – in store only

Photography by Rebecca Northcott Photography

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