Beautiful boleros, oh how we love those bad boys! Do you agree? Of course you do because a dress is just not a dress without the right kind of shoulder and arm candy that does not take away from the brilliance of the dress. Sneak a peek at our most beloved boleros and wrap yourself …
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Posted by doubledigitdiva on May 29, 2013
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
We’ve been a bit quiet on the blogging front, but that is only because we have been to great places and we have seen firsthand fantastic fashion that truly cares nothing about size, just style! We’ve always said that size is just a number and that it is the style, shape and color of the garment that makes it a true wearable confection for all women. We are here not to just tell you about these delectable pieces of dress, but we are here to also show you! For more pictures and details on this item, go here!
Yes, that’s right – we have brought back these exquisite threads with us! We grabbed a medley of dresses in a variety of lengths and a multitude of shapes such as proper pencil, lace overlay minis, length convertibles and much more!
as well as prodigious pantaloons
Yes they are all up for grabs (2026 items are coming up in a few days)!
Oh and did we mention the best and even better part: all of these garments are made in France and they all come in sizes 0-24 – check our size guides and you will see it for yourself!
Remember, that all designers’ sizes are measured differently, so be sure to check each size guide separately! We are adding many new fashioners to our style menu: Double Jeu, ME, Alain Murati, WeLove Collection, 2026, Alembika, Dolcezza and Pourquoi Pas Nous Paris! Keep checking our store daily for new arrivals for the Spring/Summer Season – it’s so exciting, but breathe and browse!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on March 2, 2013
Have you ever felt left out? Well this is the way I feel as a consumer of clothing in this country. The designers that we are subjected to in the land of the “red, white, and blue” seem to think that their sole priority is to cater to straight sizes and when it comes to …
Posted by doubledigitdiva on April 10, 2012