Monday, 29 September 2014

Peggy Sue, Do you want curves with that?

Do you want Curves with that?
Maybe its because I've been watching back to back episodes of Nashville but this morning when I got dressed I thought I should rename myself Peggy Sue. 
I'm working at an all day event transforming a group of ladies into 1950's inspired sirens with my hair and make up kit and I know for a fact that the venue is always like an oven, so despite being the end of September its still defiantly tee shirt weather.
Breaking news-tee shirts look great with skirts too

My Nicky Rockets "Do you want curves with that"  tee £15 is just perfect for this slightly fifties inspired look and I hope shows any plus size hottie that actually tee shirts don't just have to be worn with jeans or leggings- with a little flair you can put them with pencil skirts or as is the case here a circle skirt.Its all about attitude.
Little Wicked (not me the skirt)

This skirt  £55 is by Little wicked who I modelled for recently. its made of the most fantastic mermaid material and is a great fit as it was made to measure.
Because I'm standing on my feet all day and because my feet are firmly planted in the here and now despite my love of the vintage inspired I'm wearing my glitter high tops which are not only perfect for eight hours of standing up but also stop me looking too much like I'm going to a Grease themed fancy dress party.
Belt up

My belt really helps gives me the classic proportions that I most definitely don't possess (its just an illusion) its was £8 from ebay.I love the bright pink pop of colour which I have repeated in my hair flower.


Belt up
This is casual yes but still cute and quirky-my go to style for all occasions.






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Limited Edition "Mutiny For Her Bounty" Tee Shirts Now On Sale



My brand new "Mutiny For her Bounty"  tee Shirts cost £15 and are available to buy from here having curves never looked so good!



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2 comments:

  1. Betty great post just started following your blog (aware of you from articles in Vintage Life magazine though) and love it so much to go back on and read cant wait! Thanks for inspiring me with this t-shirt look as Im off to a friends 50s themed party next month and have been struggling to find a outfit was looking at dresses but the trouble I have is im a big girl (size 28) but also short and only average sized bust so often find in dress they are lose on bust area and under arms but fit everywhere else or are often to long. I love Vintage and if I could afford to update all my wardrobe would where it all the time but I do always add a bit of a vintage twist to things and weekends when im not stuck in my work clothes I like to look vintage and feminine. so im now going to do skirt and t shirt combo as you look lovely so cheers me dears.

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  2. Great outfit! Have to admit I usually pair my curves shirt with a Bandage skirt and a huge belt. I must get more bright belts....

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