It might be getting chilly mostly everywhere (except Aussie country) but Milan is ready and awake for the new Spring 2017 arrivals. Yes, I said 2017 and mentioned the season of spring, the one that blooms colorful flowers after all those dreary showers. If you are curious to see what those stick figures are wearing, we are about to tell you. Not only that but it’s always just as interesting to see what the onlookers are wearing as well as the observers and the street walkers.
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Posted by doubledigitdiva on September 30, 2016
What do you think, feel or believe about Karl Lagerfield’s statement: “No one wants to see fat women on the runway!” Lagerfield spoke freely, as he always does, on jeanmarcmorandini – here’s your chance to do the same!
Just to you give you a hint, wildcurves.com says: “WTF”! Although, we probably do not have to say a word and you all would’ve known our thoughts before we even thought it!
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Posted by doubledigitdiva on October 8, 2013
We have a secret that is so big, so beautiful and so brilliant that we can’t keep it quiet any longer! Les Fees Du Vent has made a grand entrance on the world’s Fashion Stage and has appeared wearing a new even more magical style than ever. Cecile, LFDV’S master artist and creative clothing chef has transformed this already fairy tale like fashion into wearable works of art exclusively for Wild Curves – are you getting hungry yet to learn what inspired this scrumptious style? We know your appetite is sizzling and your thirst is drizzling to know more. So, bon appetite dress-a-licious divas – the main course is filled with the tastes of Van Gogh, the tales of Tolstoy’s “Anna Karenina” and the elegance of Paris’ most renowned Cathedral: Notre Dame while induced with seductive sides of Victor Hugo’s romantic and medieval themes.
This entire nouvelle couture collection is even more enhanced to providing the most optimal fit for all women of all calibers and shapes. The material has been upgraded to 500+ thread count of cotton, thus creating even clearer and crispier colors to magnify all designs and hand-made appliques on the fabric.
All of the new collections for the Fall/Winter season have been uniquely named and we know you can’t keep your curiosity contained any longer, so here it is!
Arianne Collection is all about: Medieval Romance . This means you will see dresses, tunics and pants with hand-made flower appliques, lace on the waist and at the hem as well as images of the Notre Dame Cathedral uniquely positioned on the garments. All of these enhancing features are placed in just the right spots on your bodacious bodies to create the sexiest of spotlights for every curvy angle!
As you can see, the hues here are hot and very appealing in shades of gorgeous greys, bold blues, natural greens, pale yellows, coffees, and of course sugar whites and classique blacks.
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Posted by doubledigitdiva on August 16, 2013
Posted by doubledigitdiva on December 4, 2012
Do you love getting compliments on your clothes? Do you crave to be in garments that no one else has? Do you get inspired by unique, hard to find styles, patterns, materials, and colors because I always do! Are you searching far and wide for that fabulous fashion? Me too!
Here’s a dress I found during my fashion pursuit! It is certainly unique even in an artsy painting sort of way, but it is missing something – this was my inkling upon my first glance. I then took another glance and a third – and there it was in black, white, yellow, and beige – this dress would be steaming hot down the runway if the model had curves! Most importantly, if the curves would be in all the right places – especially in the zone of the provocative points! This dress by itself is certainly different – no doubt about that. But how much more unmatched and distinctive would it be to imagine this robe worn by a curvaceous bodacious boob model? And then, reveling at the site of men lounging on them – definitely interesting! See for yourself!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on May 16, 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!
Please share your thoughts on “curvy scoop, ” or on wildcurves Facebook page!
Posted by doubledigitdiva on April 19, 2012