Category Archives: plus-size clothing

Save the date: Summer Plus-Size Clothing Swap in the DC Metro Area

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The next DC-area plus-size clothing swap will be on Sunday, July 29, from 6-10 pm in Manassas, VA. If you wear a size 12 or up, you’re welcome to attend! Bring some clothes you’re not wearing, try on some different ones, eat pizza and have a great time with us!

If you’re interested, shoot an email to fromlindleywithlove at gmail dot com with “Clothing Swap” in the subject line and I’ll send you more details. Hope to see you there!

XOXO,

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Plus-Size Fashion Review: Igigi Iman Wrap Dress

This week’s plus-size fashion is the Iman Wrap Dress from Igigi.com. Check it out on a real-life, plus-size non-model:

XOXO,

lindleysig2011-08-22

24 Summer Clearance Fashions You Won’t Want to Miss

Jessica London’s summer clearance catalog is out, and there are lots and lots of cute items in it – maxi dresses, jeggings and leather jackets ahoy! This is also a good time to snag a clearance swimsuit for next summer or a snuggly cardigan for this winter.

Here are 24 of my faves from the current crop of clearance items:

 

XOXO,

lindleysig2011-08-22

3 Plus-Size Style Inspirations

Feeling a little drab? Perk up tomorrow’s outfit with inspiration from one of these websites.


Pinterest

Pinterest is full of gorgeous fashion. If you’re using Pinterest to collect images, click on any image and choose Repin to pin it to your own board. Try these two boards to start:

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Plus-Size Fashion Review: Old Navy Sundresses

This week’s plus-size fashion is a whole bunch of sundresses from Old Navy. Check them out on a real-life, plus-size non-model:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUi2sCDKCNQ

XOXO,

lindleysig2011-08-22

Plus-Size Fashion Review: Igigi Chloe Eyelet Dress

This week’s plus-size fashion is the Chloe Eyelet Dress from Igigi.com. Check it out on a real-life, plus-size non-model:

XOXO,

lindleysig2011-08-22

Where to Share Your OOTDs

Your outfits of the day, or OOTDs, serve as a great way to record your fashion choices and progress, but you can also use them to get feedback from others. Here are three good places to share.

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Plus-Size Retail Review: Igigi Cate Dress

Did you know I have a YouTube channel? And I review a different piece of plus-size clothing every week? Awesome, right?

I also post the videos on Facebook, but those of you who’d rather read the blog can see the videos here, starting this week!

This week’s video is the Igigi Cate Sweater Dress:

Hope you enjoy!

XOXO,

lindleysig2011-08-22

The kind of model I can’t be.

Lingerie Lady Part.3, 4

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Body acceptance has done some seriously awesome things in my life. Over the last few years, I’ve gone from a fat lady wearing baggy clothes and feeling ashamed of my failure to be skinny (just like 95% of dieters) to…well, I’m still fat, and that’s okay. I feel great about my body and I’m much better at dressing it in a way that suits it. I’m so much happier. My confidence is through the roof. Read the rest of this entry

Use OOTDs to Show Off Your Fashion Sense

The first day you put together a new outfit that truly reflects you, give yourself a hug! Whether you’re wearing it to work, go out or just dance around the house, you’ve done something amazing.

While you’re wearing that awesome outfit, there’s one quick thing you can do that will make a big difference in how you dress: take a picture.

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What’s an OOTD?

An Outfit of the Day, or OOTD, is just that: a photograph of what you wore that day.

Taking OOTD photos does several great things for you. OOTDs let you:

  • See your own body regularly
  • See how outfits look on you
  • Get feedback from other fashionistas

How to Capture an OOTD

All you need to start taking OOTDs is an outfit you like, a camera, and a place to take photos. Your cellphone will work fine for now. So will your bathroom mirror.

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