Dressing for your figure is not always the easiest thing in the world to do but it sure makes a world of a difference! I may not be the slimmest chick on the block, but when I wear anything with a fitted bodice and flared bottom, I have the appearance that I had instant lipo. Speaking of thinning out, I am pretty excited to report that this curvy blogger just shed 6lbs since the end of December and I am so utterly geeked!
Brazilian Loose Wave from Johann's Virgin Hair has me eating my words though. I have not put a single amount of product in it since wash day (Saturday) and it is super soft and I can run my fingers easily through it. This is my 2nd foray into the world of Virgin Hair and I can honestly say that I am a believer. I cannot speak on other hair but this particular one sewed into my hair is worth the already affordable prices!
I purchased this dress from H&M in Union Station on one of those days that the Marc Train was misbehaving and I needed to kill time. It just so happens that they were having a major sale and this dress was significantly discounted.
Earlier I spoke on figure flattering garments and the minute I zipped up the back, I knew this frock was going home with me. I love my body as God created it but I have always wanted a natural hour glass shape instead of my more "athletic" build. This is the fantastic thing about clothes.... we can use belts, textures, hem lines, accessories and heels to quickly transform what we may lack.
Never, ever confine yourself to a certain way of dressing based on your figure. We can all wear the exact same silhouette with minor tweaks to flatter our specific shapes!
|Many thanks to Samantha Jamison for her photography skills!|
Shirt: J.Crew (ON SALE)
Pumps: Nine West
Aviators: Michael Kors