I've seen Fashion Nova all over social media in the last year or so, and I finally took the plunge and ordered some of their plus-size line, Fashion Nova Curve. Overall, I'm happy with everything I got - it's not super high quality, and the sizing is pretty inconsistent, but the delivery is quick, the prices are cheap and I love the styles. You can check out what I got (as well as a more in-depth review) on the video I've linked below. The rest of this post will be in Finnish, since I will be giving my followers some tips when it comes to ordering from Fashion Nova to Finland in particular. (In case you live in Finland, but don't speak Finnish, don't worry - I explain the same things on the video!)
Yhdysvaltalainen Fashion Nova -vaatemerkki on näkynyt viimeisen vuoden ajan hyvin tiivisti ainakin minun Instagram-fiidissäni. Olen katsonut lukemattomia jenkki- ja britti-bloggaajien videoita aiheesta, mutta uskaltauduin vasta nyt tekemään tilauksen …
The dress I'm modeling in this post was kindly gifted to me by Zapaka. I did not get paid to write this post.
A while ago, I was contacted by a brand called Zapaka, and they very kindly asked if they could send me dress to try on for my blog. They have some lovely vintage dresses on their website, so of course I said yes.
Zapaka have both straight-size and plus-size dresses. However, I'm wearing the biggest size they offer (3XL), so I would mostly recommend the site for those of you who are my size or smaller than me. Generally in dresses I wear a EU size 48 / UK 20 / US 16, but I am bigger on my bottom half (wide hips and big thighs), and I am 179 cm tall. I would say that the measurements table on the Zapaka site matches the dress I got, so you can go by that.
I chose this lovely Red Vintage A Line Asymmetrical Swing Dress. The delivery was fast and the quality of the fabric is nice. The packaging of the dress was also pretty, featuring the Zapaka logo in a lovely teal color…
Summer is here and I thought we could all use a gentle reminder of what is appropriate for a fat person to wear when it's warm outside. Without further ado, here we go!
Or a one piece swimsuit, if that's more your thing. Your bikini can be high-waisted and modest, or it can be a bit more revealing. The funny thing is, it's completely up to you! If you have cellulite, rolls or a gap between your boobs, make sure not to give a fuck. But remember to use sunscreen!
2. Bodycon dresses
Flowy dresses are nice when the weather is hot, but if you prefer to show off your curves, what are you waiting for? Feel free to skip shapewear because honestly, that shit is horrible even during the winter, not to mention when you're all sweaty. Eww. If someone doesn't like your belly outline showing, or thinks your dress looks unflattering, I'm afraid they're going to have to look somewhere else. I know, I feel bad for them, too. If you're small-chested, your dress…