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Chubby Girl In the World-Style with Sense

So there seems to be a lot of stylists out there, which is awesome. Most of these men and women are fantastic at what they do. Only problem...they may have forgetten that most of us do not have a size 6 waistline and an endless budget.

I realized this when I talked to one stylist who I got a phone consultation from, all she wanted to do was go shopping, find me a "whole new wardrobe"! Which would be okay if I didn't have to pay things like rent, gas, food etc. She also didn't have a whole lot of experience with plus size women, and more than subtly suggested that "high fashion" items weren't available in my size. I'm a 28 not a 72, sheesh. I mean had she never heard of Torrid, Simply Be or Evansusa, Lane Bryant, Ashley Nell Tipton, Savannah Red etc?

So this post is more of a shameless promotion for Chubby Girl In the World's newest service, Personal Styling for the Full Figured, Fierce female who will not be defined by her dress size or her budget.

I love finding new ways to reuse pieces so even if you don't buy a single piece of new clothing (horrors!) I want to help you! Can't find anything to wear to that big business meeting? I can do that. Need something that pops for a first date? I can do that.

You don't live near me you say? That's what SKYPE is for silly! So how much does it cost? The first three people who sign up are free (a $50 value!)
We will feature you on the blog, give you an entire months worth of free styling and send you a $10 gift card to ULTA for the first 3 people who sign up! Here's what you'll get:

A months worth of outfit ideas
Make up/Acessories advisement
Your "ideal" look for formal, semi-formal an casual events.
Suggestions on how to complete your wardrobe.


To take advantage of the offer just be one of the first three people to complete our Style Survey (to the right of this post)

In order to receive the gift card you must sign up for our styling service and agree to be featured on the Chubby Girl In the World blog.

Till Tomorrow My Lovelies!
-CGINTW

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