Floral ShowcasePosted: June 7, 2017 Filed under: Beloved Endeavour Vintage, Buy Me!, clothes, Uncategorized | Tags: Beloved Endeavour, curvy, fashion, Fatshion, fatshionista, floral, Peplum, Plus size, style, suit 4 Comments
Yours truly modelling the FEARNE floral suit from Beloved Endeavour. I’m wearing the size 24. I usually wear a size 24/26 and this fits me fine as it’s stretchy. The fabric is medium weight, soft and very comfy to wear. I’m modelling both colours (black and mint) then the last two photos show the black jacket with the mint skirt. Availability is very limited so get yours now!
New Arrivals!Posted: June 1, 2017 Filed under: Beloved Endeavour Vintage, Buy Me!, Clothing, Uncategorized | Tags: Beloved Endeavour, dress, fashion, Fatshion, fatshionista, floral, jacket, Peplum, Plus size, print, psblogger, Skirt, suit Leave a comment
Floral prints abound!
Two skirt suits with a dash of sassiness now available at belovedendeavour.com.
Better than pocket moneyPosted: June 14, 2014 Filed under: My Wardrobe | Tags: African Fabric, ankara, Belya Design, church, Friends, suit 12 Comments
Having blogged for over five years I’ve had my fair share of freebies from various companies, all of which I have been very grateful for and have had many a happy occasion wearing. However, none of these blogging gifts have meant as much to me as this outfit here…..
There’s a saying that my mother has repeated at least a thousand times over the course of my life, and that is, “Good friends are better than pocket money.” I have to agree with her. I’ve had this outfit now for around three months and I’ve been patiently waiting for the combination of good weather, and a church day to wear it. (Don’t you just hate wasting a great outfit on a not-so-great event?) It’s not a gift from a major brand, but a gift from fellow blogger Gaelle of The Curvy and Curly Closet. It’s not my birthday, its not Christmas, and I’ve done nothing to deserve it. Gaelle is just a wonderfully kind person who for some reason thought of me when she could have been thinking of so many other people and things. It’s custom made in Senegal by Belya Design using a traditional but modern bold geometric print on cotton fabric, and is fully lined. If I had chosen the fabric myself I couldn’t have chosen one more suited to my tastes. I’ve only met Gaelle once but she knows me so well- a testament to the power of the internet. I’ve had lots of compliments all day and I’ve felt great wearing it. In fact now that I think about it, this is my first ever “suit” of any description.
Gaelle, a hundred million thank you’s! May God continue to bless you- MWAH!