Sunday, 19 January 2014

Plus size Jewel Print Sweatshirt


An understated little number-tasteful is highly overrated

I know that the bleak midwinter and snowstorms are not behind us and this time next week I will be wearing a balaclava but for today at least there seems to be  a hint of spring in the air.
To celebrate this fact I decided it was time to relocate this outfit post to the garden and show you my new favorite top.

Look the garden thinks its spring. It will be crying in a few weeks time when that twat Jack Frost makes an appearance but for now I'm reveling in its blossom infused confusion
I am often attracted to the garish, Dorian from Birds of a feather chic and this sweater ticks all my gaudy boxes. 
Ticking my gaudy box
Its a jewel print sweat top which just screams bad taste and therefore must form part of my 2014 wardrobe immediately.
To compliment this jumper of dreams I'm wearing my "Big fat gypsy wedding" headband which I brought in Liverpool ages ago. It reminds of something  a traveler child would wear to its confirmation and as I'm reliably informed that my Irish ancestors were of the caravan dwelling persuasion I feel like I'm being true to my roots. I'm also hiding my new short fringe which I'm as of yet unsure how to style. It looks a little bit like it was chewed by a gerbil at the moment-I'm hoping it will improve by growing a few inches (well most things in life are improved by this I tend to find)



You know how some men are ugly/sexy this headband is the same. It should be foul but my hair is rubbing its leg on it

Following "Robot leggings gate" I considered just wearing a thong and sending my new troll following into a frenzy with my pale dimpled thighs but its too chilly so instead have settled for my Simply be black wet look leggings and a pair of amazing boots also by Yours which wouldn't look out of place on Ann Wilson in a Heart video.

Geek necklace from Topshop
My geek necklace is by Topshop. Its a great store which sells tiny clothes (I think they are for children) and amazing accessories. If you have started your periods maybe give the clothes the swerve but the pretties and make up are superfine.

The blossom is out bitches
Sit com floozy's and 80's power ballad singers. You can't say my fashion influences are straight forward. It baffles me why Vogue haven't snapped me up to be their fat correspondent.


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In other body confidence news tickets are now available for my plus size pin up event "Capturing The Curve" on March the 29th in Manchester. A day to revel in your curvy beauty, be made over myself and Lilly Von Pink and have your very own photoshoot in a safe empowering environment-All the details can be found here



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5 comments:

  1. Totally love this blog entry Betty, the sarcasm is absolutely spot on after the rubbish that has been spouted this week.

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  2. Wet look leggings and an outrageously gorgeous sweater on a voluptuous woman, such audacity! You look amazing, booyah to the trolls xx

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  3. Its a great store which sells tiny clothes (I think they are for children) - BWAHAHAHA. Glad you've come out fighting. x x

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  4. Aahahaha! This whole thing made me seriously lol, you are on fire today! And please reconsider the thong idea, I am all for it. xx

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  5. Simply gorgeous! Simply well said! A smile on my face!

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