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Stitch Fix Plus Size Launch!

This post is part of an ongoing collaboration with Stitch Fix. As always, all opinions are my own!
Curvy Girl Chic Plus Size Fashion Blog Stitch Fix Curvy Style Council Plus Size Launch

Hiiiii guys! I have some super exciting news to share! After months of keeping this on the down low, I'm so psyched that I can finally share that Stitch Fix is expanding to plus sizes! To make sure they incorporated the feedback of plus size shoppers, they brought on a Curvy Style Council, including Kristine of Trendy Curvy, Alexandra of Learning to be Fearless, and me!

In case you're new to Stitch Fix and the services they provide, here's a rundown. Stitch Fix is an on-demand personal styling service, designed to make shopping a total breeze. You just sign up, fill out a profile which lays out your style preferences, budget, and sizes, then when you need it, you just send your request in for a personalized box of goodies! You can ask for a box full of skinny jeans, maybe the perfect interview outfit, a special occasion dress, or even just leave it up to your stylist to choose 5 pieces based on the feedback you provided in your survey. One of my favorite parts is that you even have the option to create a Pinterest board of items you love and are looking for to share with your stylist so she can find you just what you're looking for!

The logistics are even simpler. Shipping is free, returns are free, and you only pay for what you decide to keep. If you decide to keep all 5 items in your box, you get a 25% discount, too! No brainer, right? I'm genuinely so impressed with this service--getting to see firsthand how passionate the Stitch Fix team really sealed the deal for me! The amazing clothes are just a bonus. ;)

Speaking of the clothes, they're awesome. They have some of my favorite brands--ELOQUII, Slink Jeans, Junarose, City Chic, and Universal Standard, as well as several lines exclusive to Stitch Fix that I think you'll love! Check out some of the awesome spring looks we got to shoot in San Francisco with them earlier this month--I hope you love the looks as much as I do! To sign up and check out this amazing service for yourselves, click here!

RACHEL ROY CURVY

Curvy Girl Chic Plus Size Clothing Rachel Roy Curvy Outfit

Happy Monday, babes! I'm so excited to share that I've partnered with one of my favorite brands, Rachel Roy Curvy, to style three perfect-for-spring outfits! In case Rachel Roy Curvy is new to you, it's the plus size collection from designer Rachel Roy. Everything from the collection is chic, sexy, and seriously cool. The fabrics are gorgeous quality, and the attention to detail on each piece is killer! The line encompasses everything from dresses, tops, and skirts to stunning suiting and even a few jumpsuits.

Click through to check out all three looks and to shop each look!

SHOPPING SPOTLIGHT: PRABAL GURUNG x LANE BRYANT COLLECTION

Prabal Gurung x Lane Bryant

You guys, it's glorious. I'm obsessed. Lane Bryant is collaborating with Prabal Gurung on a capsule collection and I want EVERYTHING. That cropped, striped jumpsuit. Those florals. The lace up skirts? I need them in my life!

Click through to check out all of the lookbook images! I can't wait for the launch on Feb 27th. Pieces will be available in sizes 10-28!

A LOOK FOR LESS

Curvy Girl Chic Plus Size Fashion Blog Riders By Lee Jeans

As much as fashion and shopping are a priority in my life, spending an arm and a leg on an outfit isn't necessary to accomplish a chic look! Every. Single. Piece. in this look is super budget-friendly, and the whole look is anchored by these insanely affordable Riders by Lee jeans!

SHOPPING SPOTLIGHT: CURVY SENSE REVIEW

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I'm always on the hunt for budget-friendly plus size clothing that's trend-driven, so when Curvy Sense reached out about styling a few pieces and reviewing their products, I was more than happy to!
Curvy Sense is an LA-based plus size clothing brand that focuses on trendy clothing at affordable prices. They design, fit, source, and manufacture the majority of their products in house, which I think is amazing! Their line runs the gamut from slouchy sweaters (my fave), to distressed denim and bodycon, party dresses. 

Their price point is in line with most other fast fashion lines--think tops in the $15-$25 range and dresses just slightly above that. For the low price, I think the quality is good! To check out three looks that I tried out from them, click through!