Friday, October 5, 2012

.Domino Dollhouse Pop Up Shop Fun!.

On Saturday, Sept 29th Domino Dollhouse had their first ever Pop Up Shop, and as you can see, it was FUUUUUUUUUN! 

photobooth fun with: Mama DD aka Tracy Broxterman! 
photobooth fun with: Chenese Lewis!

Friday, August 3, 2012

.Chubby Cartwheels review.

As a Plus Size legging lovin' lady, I find it nearly impossible to get cute COMFY leggings that don't break the bank. Torrid has limited selections, and the fit is usually too big, or too small. We all know that major retailers such as Target, Wal Mart, etc., don't carry leggings that fit anyone past a 16. One day while wasting time on Tumblr, I stumbled across Shawna, owner of Chubby Cartwheels. I instantly thought she was fierce, bold, & a total doll. Like myself, she doesn't let her larger frame hold her back from making daring fashion choices. I found it refreshing to see an independent designer making cute clothing/accessories for larger plus women (up to size 32) that are normally snubbed by even plus retailers. Instantly, I wanted to get my paws on a pair of her leggings or signature velvet skirts, and I finally did! 

They carry four different styles of leggings: Classic, Lace, Two Toned, & Velvet... The possibilities!
After staring at patterns/fabric for over an hour, I settled on the Classic Abstract Leopard Leggings. I sent her my measurements, & to my surprise they fit like a glove, and were out of this world comfortable. Not to mention, show stoppers!

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

.Jessica Louise Clothing = LOVE.

When I was 19, and MySpace was popular, I would waste hours on that we all did!
It was a great way to connect you to people, designers, and bands that you otherwise wouldn't have heard of. That's how I discovered the amaaazingly talented Jessica Louise.
Now, here I am 7 years later writing a clothing review,
and modeling for one of my all time favorite designer's.

I have always loved Jessica Louise's designs for a number of reason's;
Mainly because of her use of color, ruffles, patterns, & all things girly, which naturally, I adore!
 The only sad part was that I could never wear her delish clothing until she expanded her collection to Plus Sizes recently. She is the first of my favorite alternative designers that have caught on to the fact that us curvy ladies want to wear cute, playful, sexy clothes too! I applaud her for that, and now... On to the good stuff!

The first top I'm wearing is the Lulabelle Top in Blue, Size 3x & the Keyhole Heart Bow!

  It hugged my curves perfectly, and even has a Lycra sleeve to
actually fit over my arms, which I definitely appreciated.
 I feel like sometimes designers forget about the bigger girls when cutting their designs
 because not all of us have perfectly toned arms *raises hand*. Can I get an amen?
 I also adore the cute bow detail & the flattering neckline for my body type especially, because I feel like it elongates my neck & shows off the girls ;)