Curvy girls in the News
3894 days ago
27/01/2010back to blog
We saw an article in the news this week that should have all curvaceous girlies cheering. V Magazine have dedicated an entire issue to female models who are bigger than a size 0 – and the look flippin’ gorgeous! The issue in question comes out on 14th January but we feel it’s come too late, after all, we’ve been saying how lovely larger ladies are for years now!
Yours Clothing began because we knew other shopping outlets weren’t catering to the needs of women who wear clothes between a 14 and 32. The cuts were all wrong and styles were regularly less than flattering. We have always known that plus size girls are the sexiest out there and we know how to dress you at the right price.
We’ve got loads of fantastic new stock in at the moment and we need to clear out our warehouse so we can get more great clothes in – just like this print dress. Prints are THE thing to be wearing this spring so get ahead of the trend and pop this colourful item in your shopping basket. For the colder days we’re having at the moment, wear thick black tights, heels and a long black cardi with chunky jewellery. Grab a thick gold-coloured bangle to stand out. At £22, you’ll get months of wear out of it and will take you right through to the end of summer.
So what about the sale items we’ve got kicking around the warehouse? Purple is still the colour of the season and worth investing in. However for a tenner, if you wear something a few times it has paid for itself! That’s why this is the outfit to wow your friends with (and it’s a sale fave of mine!) This purple satin dress has been reduced from £18 to £10. Teamed with leggings and your sparkliest bling for maximum effect.
Looking to rejuvenate your underwear drawer? Yours Clothing have some really pretty knickers and bras in the sale. Get in there quickly as we don’t expect bras priced at £5 to be left for long!
What we are sure you’ll be pleased to hear is that while other companies will be starting to increase their prices to stay in line with the government’s VAT increase, the prices at Yours Clothing will remain the same. The price you would pay today is the price you will pay tomorrow.