Curvy Girl Clothing is made in a spirit similar to Apple Bottoms; it’s not for the faint, modest or conservative. In fact, if your teenage daughter goes out in this clothing, please ground her. This is adults only stuff.
I’m seriously considering actually adding this corset belt to my wardrobe; I have a red charmeuse sheath dress hanging in my closet crying out for a belt like this…and proper boots, but that’s an adventure for another time. From what I see, however, their 3x equates with a Lane Bryant 22/24 – so probably not right for my pear-shaped waist, but perhaps if they extend sizing.
I know some of you all are looking for this – a tube bra. It can be worn without extra help in up to a C-cup, but D and beyond might need some extra help. My question is whether the padding can be removed – I’m a C cup, but I don’t need padding, my breasts are a perfectly satisfactory shape and space as they are, but I would still go for a strapless bra that is comfortable.
This I actually thought was kind of classy – I do favor the look of pencil skirts on those women who fit them properly.
This I really, really want to see on a larger woman, because the design is really cool. I want to see it on a range of body shapes, too – at this point, I can only theorize it would be good for a smaller chested pear or barrel shape.
Sexy, and with wings. Seriously, if you catch your daughter wearing this before she’s 18, ground her. It’s a public service. Now if you’re of legal age, this over some black jeans or any number of fun permutations…