Plus Size Festival Fashion!

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Plus Size Festival Fashion

I love to shop, and y’all know that I think of myself as a hippie, so when I started seeing Plus Size Festival Fashion I could not help but smile. I go to a festival or two every summer so I am so excited to see such amazing choices in my size.

What do you need to wear at a Festival? It needs to be comfortable, and easy to pack, and fun. Festival Fashion gets extra points if you can put layers on top of it. A sun hat is a must and perhaps some fabulous sandals.

I made sure that all of the Festival Fashion in this post will fit me at a size 26/28, so to compare my measurements to yours, click HERE.

This Festival Rain Trench above (you never know when it is going to rain), is a fav, but I have lots more to show you. Continue reading

I Love my ASOS Curve Plus Size Romper

plus Size romper, plus size short size 26I love this plus size Elephant Romper. It is another one of those pieces that I would have loved during the 60s. After seeing the photo, I might try a belt with it the next time I wear it. ASOS Curve has been my go-to for fashion for a while now. They have fun, trendy clothes, and what do you know, their Size 24 always fits my Size 26/28 body. Continue reading

I Love My Size 4X Peasant Dress

SWAK Soleil Gauze Dress PondI was raised in Palm Springs and always loved the Mexican influence in our buildings, clothes and especially food. Since I was a teenager in the 1960s, I wanted to wear peasant blouses or those twirly skirts with the ribbons around them. But that was not to be. Nothing that global ever came in plus sizes, even though I was a size 16 in those days. Continue reading

Lace and Loving Our Bodies

smaller Lace collage FINAL3This month our blogging collective, Ahead of the Curve, is collaborating on how we love ourselves, just the way we are. Please check out what each of us have to say to say about our theme this month, “Love and Lace”.
Just click HERE. Continue reading