That's exactly how I felt when I sent off for this green Maxi dress £42.99 by Camdentown.com
Sure on the model it looked stunning but I wasn't sure how it would translate onto my generous curves.
I adored the tulip/puff ball style bottom and you know how much I love pockets but these shapes are always a lottery when you carry a lot of treasure in your booty.
|How the dress looks on the website|
It arrived today and as soon as I opened it I was blown away with how beautiful the peony design was. It feels painted on (note to self read the care label) and is just exquisite.
|How dainty is this design|
The proof of the dress is in the wearing though and I was so desperate to see if it fitted and looked half as good as I hoped that I stripped off in the kitchen and put it on there and then. Well thank the goddess I only absolutely chuffing love it!!!
|J'Adore this dress|
|Having a fumble|
The cut is everything I had hoped for. I'm a sucker for this shape dress. Its works so well with my figure, plenty of room around the middle and nipped in and out without being too hourglass. Its like a softer version of a wiggle dress I guess.
|Camouflaging with the night scented stock|
At the moment this brand stocks sizes 6- 20 (here's hoping they get more plus sizes in soon) and this is the 20 and is actually quite generous especially around the chest and arms.So if you are between size 20/22 you will probably find this fits fine.
I'm feeling vaguely oriental so have put a Lilly in my hair and chucked on my wedge shoes and leopard print bag as the green handle works with the green of the dress wonderfully.
|Working in some leopard print with my Juicy Couture bag|
The heart shaped neckline is high enough that I'm not worrying about showing too much cleavage and the length hits just past the knee. Hallelujah.
|Mister truffles the plus size pug approves|
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