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photo Hair and make up for tomorrow’s 80s inspired Hen Party. Woop Woop. I don’t know yet whether that’s genuine or sarcastic joy! 

Hair and make up for tomorrow’s 80s inspired Hen Party. Woop Woop. I don’t know yet whether that’s genuine or sarcastic joy! 

1 year ago

October 5, 2012
photo Alexandra Beller - runs a highly respected NYC dance company. 

Alexandra Beller - runs a highly respected NYC dance company. 

2 years ago

October 26, 2011
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Adele

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October 26, 2011
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October 25, 2011
photo Laura Wells

Laura Wells

2 years ago

October 25, 2011
photo Jennifer Maitland

Jennifer Maitland

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2 years ago

October 25, 2011
photo Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

2 years ago

September 25, 2011
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2 years ago

September 5, 2011
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photo She looks so cute.

She looks so cute.

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2 years ago

August 31, 2011
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Kate Dillon

curvyisthenewblack:

Kate Dillon

2 years ago

August 27, 2011
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photo Lizzie Miller.

Lizzie Miller.

2 years ago

June 12, 2011
photo Beth Ditto by Mary McCartney. 2

Beth Ditto by Mary McCartney. 2

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2 years ago

June 12, 2011
photo Beth Ditto by Mary McCartney. 1

Beth Ditto by Mary McCartney. 1

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2 years ago

June 12, 2011
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Plus Size Fashion in Britain.

to me if you are over a size UK 18, it becomes soo much harder to find decent fitting and actually accurate clothing apart from at Evans.

Places such as New Look and Matalan, who have introduced plus size ranges, aren’t really looking at the typical customer of their ranges such as Inspire or Rogers and Roger.

This is how crazily wrong it is. I am a size UK 18-20, and in the Inspire range i sometimes need up to a size 24, and the same in Rogers and Rogers.

That CAN’T be accurate. Kind of seems like a lack of interest or care into those products. And that saddens me. 

I want to be fashionable, and wear clothes that make me feel young, and like I care what I put on my body instead of wearing baggy jumpers and jeans.

I know i’m lucky as most high street retailers stock up to a size 18, which normally fit me. But for those who aren’t I’m sorry, and I hope it changes soon. 

2 years ago

June 11, 2011