There’s definitely no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to racewear and with the spring racing season sneaking up it’s time to go on the hunt for the perfect fitting dress. No matter what shape or size you are there is so much fun to be had when dressing up for the races. The featured dresses above are all from ASOS CURVE and would look great on a size 8 or 18.
We’ve asked a two of Australia’s top bloggers what their go-to curvy brands are, not just for the races but any special event. Here’s what they have to share with you…
Jenni Eyles from StylingCurvy.com has an award winning blog and is based in Adelaide. She refers to herself as a breast cancer thriver and one look at her Instagram account will prove how full of life this lovely lady is! These are her favourite brands…
Melissa Walker-Horn from SugerCoat.com It is also a plus size blogger with endless styling ideas. Her blog is about being confident to be yourself and living life to the fullest. Some of her favourite brands cross over with Jenni, she also loves Birdnest and City Chic but here are some of her other stylish suggestions…
For more from Melissa you can read these Racewear styling articles on her website
–Spring Races Style for 2016
–Plus Size Spring Racing Update
They have the biggest range from cheap and cheerful to wow!
Worth the $30 postage for unique, quality dresses.
Totally customisable dresses that are very stylish.
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Although I am not a plus size I still love following plus size bloggers, I’m so grateful to Jenni and Melissa for sharing their favourite brands. Have you noticed that there are more brands that are adding onto their collection by catering to larger sizes? Everyone can feel and look great no matter what size or shape they are, you just need to know the right places to look. Here’s some items that have caught my eye…
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