About this site

This blog is primarily about fashion with a few other random things thrown in for good measure. Its about plus size fashion specifically and not really about body politics. I’m not anti diet or pro diet- your body is your business and its not my place to tell you what you should weigh (although I think I occasionally do rant a bit about not beating yourself up over every extra half pound). It is my place though to tell you that whether you weigh 100lbs or 300lbs you should make sure you look fantastic at all times!

Love fashion, life in general and email :-) . Make me happy by tappity tap tapping to:

fatgirlclothes at yahoo dot com.

 


126 Comments on “About this site”

  1. I just found your site and I love it. Keep it up! You inspire me.

  2. niki says:

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  3. I love your site!! Thank you so much for letting women know that there are options out there for plus sized girls to dress well and express themselves. Please let us know if you or your readers ever have any questions (yes, we do ship internationally!!) and thanks for the link.

    Catherine
    http://www.LaGrandeDame.com
    “Making Skinny Women Jealous”

  4. itoodreamincolorandrhyme says:

    Lovely site!!!! I’m a fan!

  5. Jennifer says:

    I just stumbled across your website trying to find information about Beth Ditto’s line at Evan’s. Just let me say, you are FABULOUS! I love your style!

    Your new fan,
    Jennifer

  6. shardaws says:

    Sooooo cool! Love this blog! Keep up the good work :o)

  7. Nancy says:

    Love the site, keep up the good job
    xx

  8. carly says:

    In my quest to find pictures of the Beth Ditto range a few weeks ago, I stumbled across your blog. I think its absolutely fantastic!!

    I love seeing pictures of you trying on random pieces :) I’m not a shy person, but sometimes my size inhibits me from pushing that extra inch with my style. Seeing you go for it gives me the kick up the arse that I need!

    I’ve ordered the domino dress tonight – can’t wait till delivery on tuesday :)

    Carly x

  9. Vicky says:

    Heya!! Omg i love your blog ;o)

    Ive been googling big girls fashion as im a size 16-18 and finding it hard to find funky clothes that i feel sexy in!! And i came across your site i think your fab and look great in the beth ditto range from evans!
    Keep up the updates girlie xxxxx

  10. Sarah Pooka says:

    Wow! loving the site, you have opened up my eyes to the fact that there *are* fashionable choices for us chubby funsters. More please!

  11. Sarah says:

    Wow, I love your style!! I try to do a little customising myself…most are unfinished projects though…! I’ve added your blog to mine, hope you don’t mind? :)

  12. RACHAEL says:

    Hi there – take a look at http://www.very.co.uk, especially their plus size range, So Fabulous! Love the blog by the way, it’s fantastic, keep it up!

  13. Clare says:

    Just a heads up, there’s a plus size sequin jacket on Yours Clothing now. It’s a fraction of the price compared to the dorothy perkins ones so you may want to have a look :)

    Link – http://www.yoursclothing.co.uk/P/Plus_Size_Fuller_Figure_Black_Sequin_Tuxedo_Jacket-(4167).aspx

    Keep up the fabulous blog!

    Clare

  14. Ginger says:

    I have to admit that I’ve been lurking for a while. Your blog? LOVE. :) You’re an excellent writer with fabulous style. I thoroughly enjoy every post. Too bad some of the fab styles/stores you feature are only in the UK.

    Thanks for the inspiration!
    g

  15. carly says:

    EVANS SALE!!

    Loads of stuff reduced, including Beth Ditto range!! I just bought the jumpsuit :(

    Thought I should let you know just in case you weren’t already aware – get shopping! xx

    • Deena says:

      OMG I’m about to go there right this minute! Thanks!!

      • carly says:

        My pleasure :) Thought I would clarify – I bought the jumpsuit 2 weeks ago at full price hence the grumpy/sad face!

        By the way – the trick is to wear it the other way round – with plenty of cleavage – was recommended by the helpful staff in Evans in Cardiff – looks much better :)

        xx

      • Deena says:

        oh REALLY! I am going to have to try that because I think I am about to buy it. I know how you feel about buying stuff and seeing that its reduced a week later- esp if you haven’t worn it yet.

  16. BeBe says:

    THANKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THIS IS SOOOO REFRESHING A LOVE IT!!!!!!

  17. Ken says:

    Hi, I just want to say how much I enjoy reading your blog. I’m not a plus-sized female (quite the opposite really, a small-sized Asian male) so I probably don’t fit in your target demographic. But I love your witty observations, your great eye for fashion. I also love that you know just what makes you look great, and complements your style and personality. That kind of wisdom is a definite WANT!

  18. roxanna bina says:

    Hey, Deena!
    Thanks for adding me to your blogroll (Twolia) , however, my site name is actually ‘Teacups & Couture’… if you could change that… I will add your blog to my links section.. Thanks so much!
    roxy

  19. BB says:

    I THINK THIS SITE IS AMAZING AM SO GLAD I FOUND IT or IT FOUND ME :ANY WAY I TRIED TO POST SOMETHING BEFORE BUT TENO AND ME DONT GO ;SO I THINK I WILL HAVE TO START AGAIN,,, IVE BEEN LIVING AWAY FROM ENGLAND FOR FOUR YEARS NOW AND AM COMING BACK TO DO A MUCH NEEDED SHOP AS WERE I LIVE THERES NOTHING PLUS SIZE THAT DOESNT LOOK LIKE IT SHOULD BE ON A TENT OR TABLE,IAM GOING TO LIVERPOOL AND IVE GOT 2 days to shop CAN ANYONE GIE ME A LOWDOWN WHATS THERE WHATS HOT OR NOT IAM A SIZE 24 so if anyone can help let me no xx

  20. Hello,

    I was reading a plus size fashion forum and I saw the link to your website in one of the posts, so here I am. Fabulous. I loved your site and would be visiting it regularly.

    I am sending you an email though — would love to get your opinion on my blog.

    Take care.

    Lisa

  21. Just found your site and luv,luv,luv it. I’ve always said, you can look great, no matter what your shape or size. Keep up the good work and I’d be honored to be added to your address.
    Claudette
    Couturiere/Fit Expert
    http://www.cgscouture.com

  22. laura says:

    Hi-

    I like your style. I work for Polaroid Sunglasses – and we have some great sunglasses coming in next season. Big and bold. Could be some styles you like.

    http://www.polaroidsunglasses.co.uk/

    What do you think?

    Laura

  23. Liz says:

    I stumbled over your blog via What Katie Wore and I am reading from the beginning lol Love it!!!

  24. Spec says:

    Your blog is fantastic! I have been reading from start to finish. I just started my own curvy -lady fashion blog because I have been so inspired by you and a couple of others you have linked on here. Thanks for being amazing!

    Katie
    http://www.curvykatie.wordpress.com

  25. fenola says:

    heyy,
    i saw your interveiw on live from studio five.
    i think you should be proud of your curves
    but is it healthy to be to big?
    maybe high street shops dont produce big clothes because people shouldnt be this size because it’s not healthy to be overweight.

    • Deena says:

      Health is about so much more than simply weight that you can’t just assume someone is unhealthy because they wear a size 20 or whatever, the same way that you can’t assume that someone is in perfect health because they’re a size 10. Of course, there are dangerous extremes at either end of the scale which I’m not trying to deny at all, I just think that generally, health is a far more complex issue. Also, Fashion is all about image so I really don’t believe that the matter of health is the motivation behind the decision of many retailers who only create clothes up to a certain size.

      • Ang says:

        It’s true. I’m a size 22 and I have no health problems except I have fat. I do checkups every 3 months, and I’m in the normal range health. Lol, I ask my doctor how is it even possible? Besides, some skinny people are actually more unhealthy than an overweight person. I have a friend who is 105 pounds, with high blood pressure, diabetes, and other health issues. I understands size 20 or even 22 is unhealthy, but even in the 60’s a size 12,14,16 was considered a healthy beautiful woman! It’s just people’s preconceptions of weight and what looks good. Fashion is all shapes and sizes, all materials, all types, and shouldn’t be only available for skinnier people. It should be for everyone!

  26. Roger Grenville says:

    WOW! Very impressive !

  27. patissonne says:

    Love your blog! :)))

  28. Love your blog! It’s really good :)
    I was wondering if i could put you in my links to other fatshion blogs?

  29. Yong says:

    My sister and I are thinking about offering clothing in plus size. Do you know of any boutiques that offer plus size in Minnesota?

  30. Tori_Lou says:

    Hi Diane,

    I saw the article in which you spoke with woman magazine. I was so toally inspired and had to look up your webpage. I’m 31 years 5.9 tall a size 26/28 but with very odd proportions (short legs long torso) finding great plus size fashion is so hard but I have bookmarked your blog and will be keeping an eye on what you recomend

    • Deena says:

      *waving* Hello, and welcome!

      • Tori_Lou says:

        Oops my typo I did mean Bella lol (read too many magazines) but what I said I meant. Just got back from a couple of days in brighton and a orning in the most divine plus size boutique ever emma plus ……. I so need the Anna Sholtz black label horse print maxi dress….She does great clothes for tall BBW babes

  31. Vida says:

    Let me start with ….I love your blog BIG time.
    Now for the science bit, I am getting married in April 2011 and have you tried finding a wedding dress for a size 30 body that isnt a beige strapless nightmare?
    I am young and quite cool and really dont want one of those dresses. Does anyone know of anywhere or anyone that does funky 50s style dresses upto my size??
    I may have to get married in jeans if all else fails!

    Please Help – im a fat woman ont he edge!!!

    • Deena says:

      Thanks for the blog love :-)

      Did you find the blog through the piece I wrote for Perfect Wedding? I ask because I remember flicking through the mag and seeing an advert for a store that did wedding dresses up to a size 30- something. Or is that where all the ugly beige dresses are? Where are you from? I think you will probably have to get something custom made because I can’t think of anywhere you might be able to get a 50s style dress from in your size off the rail. If I come up with anything I will be sure to let you know.

  32. Anni says:

    Hey!

    I was so glad when I found your blog! I’ve been thinking that someone should keep a proper fashion blog for big women before I have to start one myself, but now I found yours, and I’m happy!
    The blog looks great and you look great, keep it up. :)

    Greetings from Scandinavia :)
    -Anni

  33. Char says:

    Just found your site – love it and thanks for the links. Have youbset up a Facebook site. Share your mission with the world!

  34. Hi We love the site, we stumbled across an article in perfect wedding about dieting for your wedding, We are currently planning ours and as Kellie is UK size 18/20 and gorgeously curvy we had to take a peek at this site. We are also currently setting up our own business for the Curvier woman which should be launched early August 2010.
    Keep up the good work
    Barrie and Kellie ;0)

  35. Sylvie Potashner says:

    Your blog is fab! I love it.

  36. mmwtbs says:

    Love this!

  37. Jennifer says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed reading through you blog to day. Your work is encouraging and entertaining, not to mention inspirational. I’ve been recently introduced to the sub-culture of Plus Size Fashion Bloggers and this movement is truly revolutionary. I aspire to create my own blog in the immediate future and def. plan to feature Fat Girls Like Nice Clothes too.
    Keep up the amazing work!
    Jennifer.

  38. mrsjarette says:

    Love this site i found so many new places to shop!! love it!!!!

  39. Stefanie says:

    Hi,

    I love your blog and esp. loved you discussing Marc Jacobs new plus size line. I also thought you would be interested in the following feature of a plus size only fashion show being held during the upcoming fashion week!!!

    PLUS-SIZE TO MAKE DEBUT IN NEW YORK FASHION WEEK WITH ONESTOPPLUS.COM
    The World’s Top Plus-Size Retailer Proves Fashion is Not Limited by Size

    New York, NY (August 17, 2010) OneStopPlus.com, a brand under the Redcats USA umbrella and the premiere online destination for curvy women who demand high style in plus size fashion, will produce the first ever plus-size-only runway show during New York Fall Fashion Week. Set for September 15th, 2010 at The Atrium in Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, famed curvy models will walk the OneStopPlus.com show featuring the latest collections for Spring 2011.

    OneStopPlus.com is taking a stand to prove that curvy women are equally as beautiful and as fashionable as their size two counterparts with a plus-size runway show coinciding with the high-fashion shows located at Lincoln Center. The noteworthy event will showcase top trend-driven styles, featured on prominent models such as: Lizzie Miller, and Tocarra Jones, who have been chosen to flaunt their curves down the runway. Emme, the plus-size icon and brand ambassador to OneStopPlus.com, will be hosting the red carpet.

    “The recent confluence of events and energy within the plus-size movement makes this the perfect time for OneStopPlus.com to debut at New York Fashion Week,” says Stephanie Sobel, President of OneStopPlus.com. “Top plus-size models like Crystal Renn and Lizzie Miller in Italian Vogue, French Elle, Glamour, Marie Claire, and others, validate that this is the magic moment for plus sizes.”

    OneStopPlus.com is a pioneer in the ever-changing fashion industry, proving that the 62% of American Women who are plus-size can also experience the high-fashion lifestyle.

    Zahir Babvani, VP of Design of OneStopPlus.com says, “This show is a collaborative effort to provide the extraordinary community of plus-size American women with the uncompromising style that they have always deserved but never received. It’s about inclusion and fashion democracy: fashion risk-taking and empowerment. No more seeing what you can’t have; this is a fashion party that invites and inspires everyone.”

    Taking a dramatic stance on behalf of women around the world, OneStopPlus.com highlights the plus-size revolution that is currently taking place in fashion, inviting the industry to attend the exclusively themed Belle Epoque, the Golden Age plus-size fashion show. Brands to be showcased include the best in American and European plus-size designs.
    “We find ourselves in a new golden age that is plus-size fashion,” says Galina Monaco, Designer of OneStopPlus.com. “Befitting our collection, elements of Belle Epoque are present with touches of feminine lace, rich drapery, decorative florals and, of course, the gilded shine of slight sequin embellishment.”

    OneStopPlus.com is working with 5W Public Relations and OBO LLC (the global event management firm), to create and execute this historic event. For additional information, please visit: http://www.onestopplus.com , our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter at @onestopplus.

    For press inquiries, please contact: 5W Public Relations.

    About OneStopPlus.com®
    OneStopPlus.com® is the world’s first and only web-mall for plus-size women and big & tall men. The OneStopPlus.com® philosophy for plus-size women is reflected in every aspect of its website. The look and feel is upscale and the collections are not considered simply as clothing, but fashion. Plus-size women now have the same fashion choices as their size 8 counterparts, with access to everything from the classics to what’s right on the mark in terms of the latest trends. Featured on this website include leading designs in American and European plus size fashion from Woman Within®, Roaman’s®, Jessica London®, AVENUE®, Taillissime and Ellos. OneStopPlus.com® is a Redcats USA brand.

    About Redcats USA
    Redcats USA is a dynamic, multi-channel, web-driven home-shopping leader, with numerous well-known brands in its portfolio: AVENUE®, Woman Within®, Jessica London®, Roaman’s®, KingSize® and BrylaneHome® sold on OneStopPlus.com®, The Sportsman’s Guide® and The Golf Warehouse™. Redcats USA offers a wide range of value and quality driven merchandise categories, including men’s and women’s plus-size apparel, home and lifestyle products, and sporting goods/outdoor gear. Redcats USA is a Redcats company. For more information: Redcats.com.

  40. Carly says:

    Hiya Deena, Haven’t heard much from you in Blogland recently so just thought I’d pop by to say we miss you! Hope life is treating you well, Carly x

    • Deena says:

      Hello! *waving* oh its nice to be missed :-) I’ve been having a few computer issues on top of my hectic schedule anyhow and its all resulted in no new posts. Will be sorted soon and back to normal asap- thanks for asking!

  41. lilsketch says:

    omg! i was so lucky because i found ur blog! it is really inspire me!

    may i add ur blog?

  42. GIULIANA says:

    Deena,

    Excellent blog…i’m a new member…keep up the good work! You’re get to know me, i’m the mouthy one who can be very,very controversial. It’s not done to rub other girls up the wrong way, i just see things in a much different way to every other person but life would be very,very boring if we all felt the same about everything. Will keep reading, if you keep blogging! Ciao…….

  43. ShellZ says:

    I love this website! I found found my place in this web world. I just opened my website hotniniz.com and my mission is the same as this site, to love our curvy bodies and love fashion as well! We can have it all, and thank you for the inspiration! I will be on here all the time!

    ShellZ
    #1 Nini

  44. Alice says:

    Just wanted to pop in and say how much I enjoy your blog. I’m not very fashionable but reading it always makes me wanna haul out the clothes and make a go at it. (Though this usually ends up with me sleeping on a pile of clothes.) Keep up the lovely writing!

  45. Ola says:

    Girl, you’re blog is fantastic!
    I wonder if you maybe would be interested in inspiring more women from all over the world and probably find inspiration yourself on http://www.lookmash.com
    Do consider it!
    Good luck!

  46. I love your mission statement!!! Agreed, I’m most interested in talking about fashion and how to make women look and feel their best! Keep up the good work!

  47. Maria says:

    Hi, just want to say it was a pleasure to meet you at the PlusLondon fashion bloggers party on saturday, I have only just started out in ‘plus-size’ blogging and find your blog an inspiration!

  48. katrina spofford says:

    Hey Girl!
    I live in Maine actually on an island in Maine and fashion is not priority number one for most around here, however I have always loved fashion but being a plus sized lady in this state is hard with only Wallmart, and fashion bug around my neck of the woods to pick from.I was hopeful that perhaps you could give me the named of a few on line stores that sell quality funky,fun-clothing for the larger woman.Thank you so much, love your blog!
    katrina

    • Deena says:

      Hello!- welcome to the blog! Check out the retailers listed under the SHOPPING category to the right of the page. I especially like Evans and ASOS although they are UK sites. For US sites try Torrid and OneStopPlus- oh and eshakti.com- they do fabulous dresses!

  49. fabulouslyplussized says:

    You’ve got a really wonderful site and that makes me wanna share some of my ideas to you too. I offer free blog articles on Plus size clothing. I would be happy to give one to you. please email me back for more information.

  50. llanaraymaker says:

    Fabulous, fabulous blog. I’m a new fan, so wanted to pop by and say hello, well done, and you’ve got a new follower!

  51. lynne says:

    hey just found your blog, love it,
    has given me a much needed boost to seeing their is clothes out their for us, now just need to get over my fear of online clothes shopping, seen a top i like in one of your recommended.
    ive always been a see, feel try shopper, but it might be time to give online a shot.
    thank you :)

    • Deena says:

      Welcome! glad you like the site. I highly reccommend online shopping but it comes with a health warning- once you start its a hard habit to break! :-)

  52. Jess says:

    Hey there!

    Just stumbled across your site and I’m hooked! You have such a flair with everything – fashion, humour and your writing – its fantastic! Given me the much needed boost for today!! :)

  53. Lor says:

    How much do I love this site? A WHOLE LOT.

    Since I was diagnosed with a thyroid problem about a 1 1/2 years ago, I’ve gained quite a bit of weight thanks to my medication (going from a US 10 to US 16: doesn’t sound awful, but I’m only 5’2 and never had a well defined waist to begin with), and am feeling terrifically dowdy because I keep wearing over sized items in the hopes of hiding my weight gain. So of course, I look sloppy and unkempt. Not a good look for ANYONE.

    But you know what? Why should I punish myself with bad clothing just because I’m sick? I need to get back to being fabulous; size 16 be damned. So I am incredibly grateful for your site and your awesome writing because now I have a guide as to how to dress myself properly, tips on how not to be scared of color, and ideas on how to emphasize what’s awesome about my body. Because, honestly? My boobs and butt have never looked better. Sure, I’ve got a belly, but, HELLO, BOOBS.

    I do have a request though: most of my weight is in my belly and my waistline is non-existent. May I request a review of shapewear? Everything/Anything from stuff you can wear on a daily basis (without passing out, or having to be all contortiony in the office bathroom) and the more heavy duty ones that will yank my waist in so I would look extra Jessica Rabbit-y in evening/cocktail dresses.

  54. Jane says:

    I just came across your site and I love it. I work for a site called http://www.swimsuitsforall.com and http://www.swimwearforme.com. I think your site would be a perfect match for working together on a promo such as a product review, blogroll link, or giveaway.
    Would you be interested in anything like this?

    Thanks so much for your time!

    All the best!

  55. tami says:

    Like lots of other ladies-just found you AND made you a favorite! Thanks for all the links to cute clothes and shoes. Cuts down on my time wasted looking for cute things. Try Modcloth.com for some cute things too!

  56. sophie says:

    i absolutely love this blog, being a curvy girl i find it inspiring to see other curvy ladies looking good and feeling good! your blog was my inspiriation to set up my own blog promoting fashion for curvy girls and where to find the best deals, keep posting :) sophie x

  57. Hi there, my name is Amy and I am a feature writer at Bella magazine.
    Loving the blog!
    I am currently writing a feature on curvy and proud women and wondered if you’d like to be featured?
    My email address for more information is amy.rowland@bauer.co.uk
    Thanks, Amy

  58. Danielle says:

    Hi Deena,
    I am currently an under-graduate student studing fashion knitwear and i want to design a plus size collection…that being said, i really need to do some customer research and find out exactly what women like yourself like to wear. If you would be interested in just answering a few quick questions, or anyone following you would, please contact me on n0280972@ntu.ac.uk
    Thanks so much for your time!! :)

  59. mboke says:

    Search for dress for big size woman, I stumble on your site. Great site! for long I am so shy since I am a big girl but when I saw your picts, I see dignity! Suddenly I feel so stupid, hiding and feeling shy because my body. Follow your site :)

  60. punkandglam says:

    Don’t know if you guys are into Tshirts as fashion but there’s nothing I love better than a silly shirt and one of my favorite companies recently is called 247swag. All kinds of stuff for geeky people or party people or fitnessy people. Best thing is that their regular sized shirts all go up to 2X without costing extra and I think 3x and 4x cost an extra $5. I love when people don’t price gouge us just cause we’re a little on the husky size.

  61. I stumbled accross this blog today. I’m a size 12-14 (and on some good days a size 10… Canadian sizes)and I often look at mannequins and other girls and wonder why what looks good on them doesn’t look great on me. Until I learned how to dress my body shape. I wouldn’t trade these curves for all of the tunics in the world. We are beautiful and we have the right to express that beauty through our clothes, not just our personalities. Thank you for giving women the tools to look as fabulous as they feel!

    We owe it to the world to fully be ourselves, and to wear gorgeous shoes.

  62. Linsey Fagan says:

    Hi! Just wanted to say I love your site !

  63. Sarah says:

    I found your site a few weeks ago and just wanted to say that I love it! I am a big girl and I have always hidden behind hideous clothes because I felt ashamed of my weight. It really makes my day to see a big beautiful woman rocking awesome clothes with a fun sense of style! Thank you for reminding me that I can be fabulous at whatever weight I am at and to start having fun with my clothes!

    • Deena says:

      Hi and welcome! Thanks for the lovely comments. I hope today marks the last of your Hideous Clothes Days. From now on only Total Fabulousness is allowed!

  64. Maria says:

    Wonderful site! For several years, I’ve only shopped to make sure I don’t violate laws or offend someone. Just to cover my body. Thanks to you, I am actually looking forward to my next shopping trip. You are gorgeous!

    You’ve helped me realize the problem is not my body but my perception of it. Thank you so much!

  65. Day says:

    Love your site! Thank you and keep it up. You are inspiring :)

  66. David smith says:

    Has nobody told you that it is dangerous to be obese? Stop embracing something that could very well kill you and do something about it! I am not trying to make a snide remark or be an asshole but I just fail to realize why you would embrace obesity, it is an epidemic in our country and is along the same lines as smoking is in the ease of prevention.

    • Deena says:

      What I embrace is a positive attitude towards my body and I encourage everyone to do the same whatever their size. I do not suggest to readers that if they are fat they should remain fat, nor do I talk about diets and losing weight as there are thousands of resources online that will do that if that is the kind of information readers are looking for. You know nothing of my health, life, routine or anything about me apart from what you see in the photos of myself that I have online, so you can only make vague and poorly informed judgements about what you think my lifestyle is like- like, “do something about it.” The blog is purely about fashion and exploring and sharing resources and ideas for dressing a plus size figure.

      Your comment is welcomed though.

  67. Sharon D says:

    David, trust me. You’re being an asshole.

  68. Debra Jons says:

    Hi,
    I have just launched a new collection called kamisoul which is on sale at http://www.curvycollection.co.uk.
    Could you email me through the site so we can discuss listings on your site?
    Many thanks
    debra

  69. Hi Deena,

    This is one of the best blog sites for curvy girls on the web…very inspirational! I would love you to write a guest blog post for my site – http://www.curvyandstylish.co.uk, an online boutique for women who are size 16 – 32 that’s based in the UK.

    Many thanks,

    Tanya

  70. Ayca says:

    Dear Deena,

    Truely lovely and very honest..I loved your blog and made a link from my shop (from the Netherlands):http:// http://www.slimwear.nl. Take care and keep up with great work.

  71. Amandine Chataignier says:

    Hi Deena!

    Your Blog is very interesting in terms of fashion and maybe our collaboration can help a lot of women.
    I am a student in Esmod in France and the subject I have chosen for my final project is the creation of a new line for young overweighted women from the line Trafaluc of Zara. I need to work on the marketing part and also to design the collection. Would you mind to let me post my survey on your blog ? My target is women from 15 to 25 years old, and with a size from 44 to 54, but everyone is invited to answer. If my project is good enough I will send it to Zara.

    Thanks a lot !

    Amandine, a French reader.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dDROVUZ4aE1NaXFNUHI4TU1hWlNXYXc6MQ#gid=0

  72. ramaben06 says:

    Great site! Loved looking through it! Nicola x

  73. Onleilove says:

    I love your blog and style which is why I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award & Beautiful Blogger Award: To share this little bit of blogging kindness: 1. Display the award image on your blog. 2. Link back to the person who nominated you. 3. State 7 things about yourself. 4. Nominate 15 other bloggers and link to their sites. 5. Notify the bloggers that they have been nominated and link to the post. http://wholeness4all.wordpress.com/2012/11/26/spreading-the-love

  74. jen says:

    Thank you so much for your great site, I’ve only just come upon it, and already feel at home!! My friend Alice and I have just started up a little FB page called Through the Looking Glass selling nice plus size bits, jewellery and anything interesting we can lay hands on, come look if you can, love xxxx

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Through-The-Looking-Glass/430569637033459

  75. Nice SIte. Anything Dealing with plus size IS A PLUS!

  76. What a fabulous blog! I’d love to share some of you content if that would be possible? Currently on a conquest to gather all things large and beautiful at Shoesissima.com many thanks x

  77. what place you sale this hopw about philippines did you have this shop here ?

  78. WHAT PLACE do you sale this kind of clothe’s how aboutr PHILIPPINes did you sale this here ? do you have shop here ? pls reply ? pls :)

  79. Gabrielle says:

    Hi Deena,

    Thanks so much for posting about the Viv & Clair T-Shirt on your blog! I recently released sweatshirts on Mother’s Day which are now available.

    apartment349.bigcartel.com

  80. Frankie says:

    Your site’s great! I remember reading about you, oh, years ago, before I was a fat girl, in the Guardian, and thinking how awesome you were. Now I’m a fellow fat girl, how nice to stumble across you again! Thanks for the inspiration. :-)


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