Do you love those luscious leggings? Are you constantly clicking through the Internet and browsing boutiques searching for that fantastic fabric, crazy color and delicious design that will be the perfect pleasure for your legging passion? Look no further and only click here for the most seductive leggings in all sizes! Wild Curves understands the importance of a good pair of leggings that’s why we have searched a great many legging designers and have hand picked or actually leg picked the most beautiful and best fit leggings out there! All of our best chosen pairs happened to be found in the fashion capital of the world, Paris, France. Yes, we are biased when it comes to French made fashion for the obvious reasons of high quality fabrics used in every piece to be devoured by your sexy bodies. However, leggings is a very particular beast when it comes to the land of outfitting and thus it requires even more scrutiny. We will explain what we look for in a outstanding pair of leggings and this is exactly what you should look for too!
Leggings, just as the name suggests, is a garment designed to seduce our tasty thighs, but not just them. Leggings also need to devour our butts and waists in just the right way, so that we smile in sexiness, not frown in foul wear. Read and remember what to look for in a legging, so that your curves always stay wild when worn!
1- The fabric needs to be just the right thickness, not too thin and not too thick. If it is too thin, then all of our mishaps will peek through. If it is too thick, then our goodies will be perceived in the same fashion.
2- The legging should not have more than 10% Elastane. Too much stretch will not seduce us enough to show of our delicious curves, instead the legging will look a size too big.
3- Choose these leg and butt sleeves with a certain type of unique design or applique, so that your tasty thighs never look dull, but instead very enchanting to the eye.
4- Go color crazy and crush on your curves when choosing the right pair of leggings!
Grab a peek at our sexy smorgasbord that fulfills all of the above luscious legging requirements! Need more leggings, loves? Go to the curvy shop or click here!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on April 13, 2013
I am always on the look out for clothing that can grace the scene of many joyous occasions and never look out of place, instead be under the stylish sexy spotlight! Mini-dresses that are formal enough to wear to a ceremony of two hearts joining as one, while still be sassy enough for a girl’s [...]
Posted by doubledigitdiva on August 13, 2012
Summer is here, let’s get those sexy sundresses and parade around in styles fashioned in France! Fire up your curves with designer dresses from labels ME and Deca, beautifying all women of calibers 4-20! Now, feel free to dress up for the 4th of July! Curious to see new arrival dresses for the Fall/Winter French collection, [...]
Posted by doubledigitdiva on July 3, 2012
While playing dress up with couturier ME, it occurred to me that we never peeked at the back of the dress adorned in corset- like laces or even glanced closely at the designs of this fashioners summer tunic dress.
It is the shape, zipper, lines, laces and colors of the dress that make it oh so dashing! Why do you ask? I will tell you why: it is the lines and zipper that elongate the torso and beautify the bosom.
While the colors dazzle and deliver an illusion of a smooth contour to the figure within the dress in order to seduce the curves in the most flattering of ways outside of the dress!
If you haven’t already, do not forget to click here, to see part one of ‘Dress ME In French”!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on June 18, 2012
Are you looking for designer fashion made just for you? Do you want to delve into designer couture that understands your curves and loves them? Do you crave the made in Paris label, but thirst even more for it to actually be sewn with threading produced in France in the tradition that made Paris the world capital of fashion? I know you do and that is why I am revealing couturier ME to you. Glance at the uniquely designed summer tunic dress – it is oh so trendy and chic! Surely you already know why I just had to have it in my wardrobe!
ROCK IT! Totally rocks both day and night looks. Wear it to work with a cute summer blazer or a jeans jack. Grab your stilettos, throw off the cover up and hit the happy hour floor – all in one tunic dress!
SHAPE IT! The shapeliness of this dress is very alluring. It turns a sexy spotlight on 3 areas: bust, waist, and our juicy curves – smoothing out any imperfections and forming an illusion of a perfect hourglass figure!
COLOR IT! Color scheme – black and white, in all the right places with a touch of cafe on the side. By the way this same dress also comes in sky and sea blue with a touch of white.
DESIGN IT! Uniquely beautified with a zipper running from the chest down to the thighs, ruffles of various lengths pinned on parts of the skirt, and the back is tied up in corset-like laces.
ME, a flawlessly named label with creative collections designed solely for the fashionably focused female! Sexy calibers ranging from XS-XXL. For more similarly sexy french designers, go here!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on June 12, 2012
Shoes, shoes, shoes – why do we love them so? Do your feet ache in them like mine do? Do you squeeze your feet into unbelievably narrow spaces with skyscraper like heights and absolutely no cushion – like I do? Why do we whip our feet into submission just to feel that pain? Is this [...]
Posted by doubledigitdiva on May 18, 2012
A multi-party dress (by ME). If your appetite calls for one dress for many occasions, then this is the one! All black with a red thread contour pieced with two layers of material, fitted sleeves and waist with a flared skirt. The underlying material is a New York City scene in black and white. Match it with a stiletto plat boot (Jessica Simpson) and your curves are ready for all sorts of excitement!
Dolcezza ensemble. If you want a “Sex in the City” look this outfit is for you! Uniquely designed form fitting top that pronounces the provocative points is paired with a flyaway zippered down skirt with orange stripes in the center. Match with Jessica Simpson belted brown boot for an ultimate flirtatious trio!
A quartet of designers that can only be worn as a trio at a time. If you are lusting for clubbing attire, then you have found it! All black top with see-through sleeves and leather-like cuffs, elongates the waist and outlines the breasts is designed by ME. Hot colored top with a similar style, but longer length is designed by Planet Interdite. Stretchy, uniquely decorated pants outlining the waist and hips but a straight fit through the thigh by Lauren Vidal. The hot-colored stiletto plat (Jessica Simpson) concludes the quartet!
Black, purple, and pink patched dress (by ME). If you want to show off your bust, but masquerade all that falls below it, then this piece is for you! Couple it with a hot pink platform sandal (Jessica Simpson) and you have yourself a date!
Dolcezza black and white dress. If you are longing for a traditional elegant style without the ball gown length, then this dress is for you! Featuring sweetheart neckline, framed waistline and flaring side skirt at knee length, this dress dazzles the curves and serves up a delicious duo with a sandal platform by Report!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on May 11, 2012
Posted by doubledigitdiva on April 30, 2012
Do you love the color turquoise? Me too! Unfortunately, one of our favorite colors, the color of the Caribbean Sea (which is by the way where I am blogging from right now) has been unjustly and unforgivably oppressed in the world of fashion by none other than the foulest fascist of them all: Lane Bryant! The beauty that paints the substance that covers most of our planet has been exploited and turned into the eyesore that “that horrid store” calls a dress, hanging like the repulsive rag that it is on a hanger that has become the jewel on this display! After the appalling misuse of this aqua color, you are assaulted once again with whitehead like droppings consuming the entire surface of this ankle-length ridiculous rag. While at Lane Bryant, my eyes tried desperately to run away from this thing, but tragically were torpedoed with the out of place ruffles that hung slap in the center of the chest. For a split second my mind contemplated, “why would anyone want to play a practical joke on the piquant provocative points?” There is zero funny about our bodacious boobs looking like nothing more than pudgy tasteless pierogies without the stuffing. Even more distaste is added to this drape when they pin a bib-like looking material atop the neckline, for which there seems to be no purpose except to ugly-up their customers even further. What serves even less purpose is the seam found at the midriff and finally this disgrace – what Lane Bryant calls a “dress,” is finished off with narrow straps covering the shoulders. Please people, do not displease yourselves by wearing this or anything that sports such unattractive features for any figure!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on April 22, 2012
If you are like me, you are constantly searching the net for new and interesting fashion – from skirts, to shoes, to dresses, and even unique, but comfy yogini wear!
Occasionally, in the midst of my fashion pursuit, I come across fascinating news and that is exactly what happened to me today! While rummaging through plus size fashion links on reddit.com, my eyes gravitated to an article entitled: “Most runway models meet the BMI criteria for anorexia’, claims plus-size magazine in powerful comment on body image in the fashion industry.” When I read that title, I admit feeling a bit uneasy because if you are like me, you probably only heard about those three strange letters at a doctors office and forgotten them as soon as you left. Plus, I always associated those alphabetic spews with overweight issues, but here it was in black and white connected to anorexia.
Then it hit me, of course this makes perfect sense, this article is describing those skinny stick figures that we see toddling down the runway! I always knew that they looked unhealthy and could never imagine why designers want them parading in their attire or even why fashioners design for negative sizes anyway.
As I contemplated this a little further, I realized that not only is stick-skinny unhealthy and ugly on the runway, but it also poses a dire danger to the minds of women (of all ages) in our community. Everyday real women (including girls of single-digit ages) are brainwashed into thinking that skinny is sexy and that must be achieved at all costs. This is a fatal philosophy that has gone airbrushed for too long! I want to share this article with you in hopes that you will take it to heart and keep your soul, psyche, and shape healthy, no matter the stereotypes you find in the world of style – because remember there always will be a degree of deception in fashion! Our job is to look again!
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Posted by doubledigitdiva on April 19, 2012