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Street Chic-Real fashionistas we caught being fabulous and summer trends right off the racks

Today I set out to get some hot summer looks in stores now that would work for a full figured fashionista and weren't sky high in price, when I stopped in to browse the clearance rack at Torrid in Modesto, CA I got a lovely surprise with Stacey one of the very friendly and beautiful ladies behind the counter she was kind enough to let us use her pic in our first ever Street Chic- where we find real ladies and bring you the style straight from the street.

Do you know a super chic full figured lady in your life? Nominate he by sending your pics to chubbygirlintheworld@gmail.com  to be our Street Chic lady of the week and you will both win beauty and make up products if we pick her that week!
Stacey looking picture perfect with retro glam hair and cat eye liner. Stacey we salute your fabulousness!
We caught Stephanie in the food court looking summer pretty in shorts and a floral top, this is how you do it!


Here are som looks hot off the racks that won't break your bank:
Color block top from JC Penney $20









Bright pink pants $22 JC Penneys

Must have from Torrid, white blazer







I was so excited to see that so many people were eager to help with and be a part of Chubby Girl In the World, it's been my baby for a long time and though I had to be away for a while, it has never stopped being my passion. I truly believe that when you look good, you feel good and will do things you normally might be too shy or timid to try, the right blazer, or pants or accessory can put the biggest smile on your face and sometimes that is what make all the difference.
Until next time lovelies,
CGINTE

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