A Curious Fancy It may come as a surprise considering the curated nature of my wardrobe but I’m an incredibly safe shopper. Let me elaborate. When I lived in the UK, I would occasionally go out of my comfort zone to try out a high street store I’d never shopped in, and ofcourse, I’d hit the vintage and charity shops at any given opportunity but being back in India means that I rarely venture outside my comfort zone of ASOS, Modcloth and Etsy. When I was contacted by bonprix to check out their A/W range, I honestly didn’t know what to expect. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. [Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by bonprix but the opinions are all my own.]
Forever Fabulous in Bows Pocket Rocket Fashion | Fun. Fashionable. Fat.Pocket Rocket Fashion | Fun. Fashionable. Fat. Chubble Bubble Hello Chubblettes! Thank you for sticking with my blog, even though I've been traveling so much that I haven't been able to update. The great thing about that, however, is that I've been building up lots of good content to share with you. First up on the back log of post topics is the 2 week trip my husband and I took in honor of 10 years together/2 years married. SeattleWe'd never visited this city and was wonderfully surprised with its offerings. Favorite Spots: Cupcake Royale, All Saints, the Mercury, Molly Moon's, Unicorn Photos: Olympia:We stopped here on our way to Portland because I wanted to see the town and indulge in a little Riot Grrl nostalgia. Favorite Spots: Burial Grounds, Archibald Sisters, Al Forno Ferruzza Portland:Portland was both a honeymoon stop + a family visit, as we spent the first half with my sister in law and her boyfriend. Favorite Spots: Fat Fancy, Savvy Plus, Portland Food Carts, Nostrana, VooDoo Donuts, The Lovecraft Bar
Petite Plus, Meow! | This curvy fashion & lifestyle blog is the cat’s pajamas Jay Miranda: A blog about plus size fashion and all things beautiful – 15 Plus Size Bloggers Redefining Fashion Blogging As a plus-size woman… WELL. There are a lot of ways I can finish that sentence. I am a plus-size woman. I know what it’s like to feel ignored by the fashion industry. I know what it’s like to compromise style and fit for what you can find in your size. I know what it’s like to feel ignored by the fashion industry. For all of those reasons, I’m thankful for the internet. There are a hundreds of plus-size fashion bloggers out there, but I wanted to highlight a handful who I love and whose names get recommended over and over again. What I love about this group of bloggers is the diversity. When we talk about how fashion blogging need to be feminist, plus size fashion bloggers are a great example of that in motion. When we talk about how fashion blogging need to be feminist, plus size fashion bloggers are a great example of this in motion. These 15 are just a few handfuls of my favorites– I’d love to hear who your favorite plus-size fashion bloggers are in the comments below!
nicolette mason As a child, I desperately wanted to go to sleepaway camp. I was obsessed with the images of camp out of Salute Your Shorts and Camp Nowhere and was pretty much positive that the camps my classmates were going to each summer were a pretty close approximation of the ones that Andrew Keegan secretly ran. My parents, always using any opportunity to instill good work ethic and strong academics, instead preferred that the "summer camps" I went to take a much more stern approach in the vein of algebra, reading comprehension, and writing. Of course, I understand and appreciate why they favored the academic route, but it was hardly the most appealing and fun way for 10-year-old-me to spend her summers.A couple of weeks ago, when my friends at Kate Spade asked me to join them in the Hamptons for #CampKateSpade to celebrate the opening of their East Hampton's store, I was obviously thrilled.
Shop Women’s designer fashion dresses, tops | Size 0-36W & Custom clothes | eShakti 9 Plus Size Cuties Share Tips For Androgynous Style — Qwear Where do you get your clothes?Gap: I'm on the upper edge of their sizes, but I like the men's shirts and women's blazers. Nordstrom Rack for men's accessories and for shoes. eShakti for femme, vintage-inspired pieces. H&M for men's v-neck sweaters. I also sew, so I make a lot of my own clothes, including all of my vests and lots of bow ties. Any advice for people looking to achieve a more androgynous look? What does androgyny mean to you?