Review: dresses by Curvissa

In previous post we reviewed tunics by Curvissa. Obviously, we didn’t stop there and we have more for you today. Patchwork dress – size 20 Margot    I tend to avoid shift dresses, because they make me look weird, but I fell for the pattern and, to my surprise, discovered that the style is quite nice.The length and fitting seem to work for me. Somehow this dress is not as shapeless as the other shift dresses and hence clings well to my curves. One thing though – it forms a bit of a tent underneath my bust, apparently this style …

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Reviews: dresses Sens and Frontera by BiuBiu

As you probably already know, Biubiu is a Polish brand that designs clothing for different bust sizes. Along with Pepperberry, it’s one of the first brands to do that, and we think it’s fantastic that such clothing exists and we don’t have to wear baggy tops and dresses to accommodate our busts anymore. We always look forward to the new designs Biubiu comes up with. Here’s a review of their two new dresses. Frontera black & grey – size 44 BB/BBB Ula I loved Gomera dresses and wore them a lot during Summer and Autumn, so I was happy to …

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Sale dresses from Yours Clothing reviews

Yours Clothing has some stuff on sale now, so we decided to give these two dresses a review before they’re gone. Black and plum wrap dress – size 18 Ula I have been drooling over this particular dress since it’s become available a few months back. I was reluctant however to spend 39€ on a single dress, so I decided to wait until the sale and hoped that my size wouldn’t be gone by then. I was lucky. There is also a skirt made of the same fabric available. Fit – 4.5/5 The dress has enough space for my bust, …

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Biubiu – Portofino top and Noli dress review

I must admit that it took me a while to warm up to BiuBiu. I didn’t like most of their styles because of the cross-over cut, which was presented on tall women (and I really didn’t feel like wearing a v-neck reaching down to my bellybutton), or even if I liked something, my size usually was already out of stock. However, things have changed: they hired a model of my height and their style selection got somewhat more diversified. I gave it a shot and ordered some items from this year’s releases. Portofino top, black – size 44 BB/BBB Margot …

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Berry skater dress by Evans – review

Margot Apparently purple skater dresses are very much “in” this fall, because I’ve found them in four different shops that I check out regularly: Evans, Yours, New Look and M&Co. As I previously stated, Yours is quite risky with defined waistline dresses because of my height, with M&Co it’s even worse (their petite collection goes only as far as size 18, I fit in their size 20), and lace is not exactly my thing when it comes to outfits (jewellery and lingerie are a different story). I would have probably dismissed Evans’ dress as well, if it hadn’t been for the …

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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 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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