Hi, everyone!January 9th marks my two-year blogiversary!As I stated last year, when I decided to start my blog, I quickly became both eager and nausea. I have always loved my curves and never struggled with self-acceptance. I did, however, struggle with not knowing if the plus size community needed “another” blogger. I did not get teased as a child about my weight, so I did not have a sad story to tell. I have always… View Post

Hello everyone!!!For this post I have teamed up with the fabulous Pepper of Pretty Plus Pep, Jeniese of The Jenesaisquoi, and Georgette of Grown and Curvy Woman to bring you all some New Year’s Eve sequin inspiration!  Let’s just be honest, what’s a holiday lookbook without SPARKLE?! These outfits were exciting for me because I wanted to give you all a dressy version and casual look. This blazer was a must have for me, but after I bought it I… View Post

Hello everyone!!!I am excited to bring you all a holiday lookbook featuring two looks from SWAK Designs and one look on the way!I was excited that SWAK Designs reached out to me to style a couple of new arrivals! SWAK Designs “offers contemporary plus size fashion for women in sizes 14 – 36. From maxi dresses and leggings, to cardigans and camisoles,” SWAK Designs believes that there clothing is “the perfect blend of trend and… View Post

Hello everyone!!!This is the final look Pepper of Pretty Plus Pep and I’s collaboration for the ENTIRE month of November, “Bee and Pep Does Plaid.”I bought this tulle skirt right after my last tulle post, because I loved it! Initially I was going to pair my tulle skirt with a plaid shirt, but then I found this awesome jacket. I fell in love with this jacket from the moment I laid eyes on it. I knew I had to… View Post

Hello everyone!!!This is the third look Pepper of Pretty Plus Pep and I’s collaboration for the ENTIRE month of November,“Bee and Pep Does Plaid.”I was super excited for Pepper when she released her own graphic tee line. The shirts are so cute and girly! When I ordered my shirt I knew I had to incorporate it somehow into an outfit and what better way to rock a graphic tee than with a plaid skirt! The were made… View Post