Gooooood Morning Lovelies!
I’m so excited to share these finds with you. If you’re like me and love vintage clothing but have a very (and I mean very) hard time finding pieces that actually fit your body, you’ll rejoice to the plus size fashion gods for these jewels I’ve uncovered over at Unique-Vintage.com
This isn’t a sponsored post so my review of the pieces will be unbiased, but I do have to disclose I love most of them. (Except the rompers, rompers need to die, sorry but they do :( . Most of the pieces are on the pricey-er side ($40 and over) but these would be investment pieces, things you’d keep for years so that’s something to consider.
So sit back grab your coffee, tea or champagne (We don’t judge here) and let’s talk fashion! Channel you inner Rizzo with these sailor shorts. You could glam it up with a button down like the one shown here or you if you want a sex kitten vibe, you could wear a tight tank with a bold lip and wavy hair . Don’t forget the darkest shades you own, y…
To Whom it May Concern ( Old Navy, Target, Forever 21, Charlotte Russe, Wet Seal, etc.):
As a plus size woman I have been forced to purchase the majority of my clothes online for the past 15-20 years. This has resulted in ill fitting clothing that often couldn’t be returned easily, being forced to wear a color I didn’t order because it simply shipped incorrectly and my size in the color I ORIGNALLY ordered is out. (No notes by the way) and to top the proverbial cake: Recieving my package of clothes with item missing because they sold out faster than I could check out. (I’m looking at YOU Old Navy, I want my damn vegan leather moto jacket, right now! Promises were made! Promises were broken!) In Short we want things that are #instyleandinstore
In all seriousness not having the ability to try on clothes in store has a detrimental impact not only to consumers who would love to wear your products, but it also misses a great opportunity to boost your same store sales figures. Imagine cater…