Longline tops. Truly yours.

Ever since that evil of a woman Ula recommended me Yours Clothing, my wardrobe has sufferred from space deprivation. This huge plus size fashion retailer deserves attention for many reasons, but mainly for its wide selection of tunics and longline tops, probably the biggest ever known to the curvy part of mankind. I tend to avoid their dresses and blouses/shirts, because they are usually made for taller ladies, but tops and tunics are definitely worth checking out! My most recent wardrobe additions (AKA Wonder Hangers Nemesis): White flag print t-shirt with dipped back – size 20 I bought this top mostly because …

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Biubiu “Gomera” bust friendly dresses review

News flash: some women are different than some other women! *gasp* And since women differ between each other in terms of body shape, they may require different amount of boob space in their clothes. Biubiu is one of these very few brands that design clothing for various bust sizes within one waist size, so that if you are a busty lady, you don’t have to wear shapeless stuff to accommodate your voluptuous breasts anymore. Being from Poland, I’m lucky to have known Biubiu almost from the beginning. I particularly love them for their plain jersey tops that go with absolutely everything and …

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Amari skirts and top review

As we mentioned in our post about Amari dresses, we did not stop there with our mad shopping spree. The truth is, there are plenty of pretty dresses out there, but surprisingly, selection of skirts in both online and offline shops is rather poor. Amari seems to have more to offer than just plain pencil skirts, hideous black maxis and denim gaps, so we decided to give it a shot. Chocolate Daisy Skirt – size 5 What really seduced me here were the colours – not only I love chocolate brown (and the feeling is mutual, dare I say), but also …

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Amari bust-friendly dresses review

There are several brands that make bust-friendly clothing in a way that they create two or three bust sizes within one waist size (we will write about them later). There are however other brands that just make “regular” bust-friendly clothing in a way that it’s just able to accommodate big bust because of the generous cut and stretch fabric. We’ve recently discovered that Amari is definitely one of them. They not only do that, but they create several styles, matching different body shapes, within one fabric pattern. And the patterns are so beautiful, that we want to buy almost all …

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