OOTD: In The Style Curve

In The Style Curve

In The Style launched a curve range called, In The Style Curve last month and I was lucky enough to receive some fabulous items from the new collection.

Clothing is something that should make you feel comfortable and express who you are, what you like, how you feel etc.  For plus size women, we’ve suffered (yes, it’s that serious) years of walking into mainstream shops with the hopes to find an outfit that provides all of the above, but leaving feeling disappointed, depressed, clothes less and kind of rejected that’s why it’s so important that brands are providing ranges for all types, so women can feel not just good, but amazing!

More and more brands are embracing the curvier woman and launching curve ranges to suit every shape and size. In The Style Curve have joined in on the fun and designed a new and stylish collection full of chic going out dresses to laid back lounging wear; they’ve really provided a range to satisfy any mood with the help of collaborations from reality tv stars, Charlotte Crosby, Binky and Billie Faiers.

This lovely tie waist dress comes in this rich olive shade, as well as nude and a black. I’ve layered this look with a roll neck and a mac, as its below freezing in London but I can see this dress taking me right through to the summer, paired with some gold accessories, some open toed heels and a tan – definitely a tan.  I’ve also worn this adjustable bag from Zara that I’m absolutely in love with at the moment, it comes with an interchangeable flap (you can also buy other flaps too) so you can appear to own multiple stylish bags – you’re welcome.

Roll neck – New Look

Tie waist dress – In The Style Curve

Leggings – H & M

Boots – River Island

Bag (interchangeable flap)- Zara

Mac – ASOS

Stay tuned to see more pieces from the In The Style Curve range.
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