White Women Have Curves Too!

Last night I went to the Fashion Meets Finance event with a couple of friends. The place was full of fashion consultants, photographers, stylists, and jewelry designers. Oh, and there were the typical type A finance men working the room full of fashion vixens with their six figure salary charm.

While I was scoping out the scene to see the who’s who in fashion. I came across two spunky curvaceous young women (Lauren and Jacqueline)who were not feeling their curves (Check them out on the right under Stylish Curves of the day). I thought they looked cute.
After introductions, we all started talking about what field of fashion we were in. I told one of them that their black dress was really cute and sexy and her friend immediately jumped in and said, “Do you see this butt? I have a black girls butt, I’m not supposed to have this.” I started to laugh because I think a lot of white girls think they are not supposed to have any curvy parts to their bodies except large breast. They think white men don’t like that.
Is it true that white men don’t like curves? Well, I don’t think so. You have Jessica Simpson and Kim and Khloe Kardashian who have great curves and all types of men flock to them. Even Jessica Biel is packing below the waist. Anna Nicole Smith (RIP) was a curvaceous woman when she was big and small, and, she was still in the dreams of many white men.

A curvy body is not just for ethnic people. White women have curves too and many of them love it. So to all my white girls out there with a little junk in the trunk embrace the wagon your dragon, get you some short shorts and play Sir Mix Alot’s Baby Got Back.

Shoe Fashionation Of The Day

These are the fall Jimmy Choo suede boots. They retail for $995. They are show stoppers.

FASHION AND RETAIL NEWS


According to NY Magazine.com, Roberto Cavalli the greatest tease of the financial press ever in history, has decided not to sell a stake in his company to Italian private-equity firm Clessidra SGR SpA. Clessidra was in talks to buy a 30 percent stake in the company, but pulled out over the weekend.
Read More at www.nymag.com/daily/fashion

Picture and excerpt taken from NYMag.com

Remember if you think you have Stylish Curves, Send in your photo and you could be featured on the Stylish Curves Blog as Stylish Curves of the Day.

Photos should be sent to alissasavonne@yahoo.com

>Using Accessories To Battle Weight Gain

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This past weekend I saw a friend that I have not seen in a long time. She recently gained some unwanted pounds and has not transitioned her clothes to accommodate her new size ( You have to dress the body you currently have and not the one you used to have). She is afraid to go up in size because she thinks she will get too comfortable and never try to lose the weight. Many women develop this mentality when they gain weight.

There are a myriad of things you can do to camouflage weight gain if you do not want to buy new clothes. I have one word, Accessorize.

There are three types of Accessories that can make you feel good about yourself as you come up with a plan to trim down:

1) Statement Jewelry
2) Bold Belts
3) Full Hair
Large earrings draw attention to the face

Gold oval hoops, Anthropologie, $128

Drop earrings, Anthropologie, $42

Multi colored earrings, Anthropologie, $38

Chunky Layered Necklaces draw the eye upward and takes the focus off problem areas.

Necklaces, Banana Republic, From Left: $98, $88, $125

Belts-They are a great way to create a waist and camouflage extra pounds around the stomach


Belts, Nordstrom, From Left: $38, $32, $48

Add some extensions to your hair A La Wendy and Tyra. Extensions with volume in some cases can balance out your body.

And to all my beautiful women out there. Please, please remember you are doing yourselves a dis-service by wearing clothes that no longer fit your body. We can see the creases and the rolls and muffin tops. If you have to go a size or two up, please do. Sometimes, it actually makes you look smaller when you wear clothes that fit you properly.

We’ll save this topic for another day.

DESIGNER FASHIONATION OF THE DAY

Designer fall shoes are pouring in and I am officially obsessed with these Jimmy Choo’s priced at $1,295.

STYLISH CURVES OF THE DAY

If you think you have real curves and you stylishly dress them, please email your pictures to alissasavonne@yahoo.com. Your picture could be chosen for stylish curves of the day.

SUMMER SALES

RALPH LAUREN END OF SUMMER SALE
UP TO 65% OFF
http://www.ralphlauren.com/

MACY’S
SAVE 50%-75%
http://www.macys.com/

FILENES BASEMENT
ALL DESIGNER JEANS ON SALE
http://www.filenesbasement.com/

Using Accessories To Battle Weight Gain

This past weekend I saw a friend that I have not seen in a long time. She recently gained some unwanted pounds and has not transitioned her clothes to accommodate her new size ( You have to dress the body you currently have and not the one you used to have). She is afraid to go up in size because she thinks she will get too comfortable and never try to lose the weight. Many women develop this mentality when they gain weight.

There are a myriad of things you can do to camouflage weight gain if you do not want to buy new clothes. I have one word, Accessorize.

There are three types of Accessories that can make you feel good about yourself as you come up with a plan to trim down:

1) Statement Jewelry
2) Bold Belts
3) Full Hair
Large earrings draw attention to the face

Gold oval hoops, Anthropologie, $128

Drop earrings, Anthropologie, $42

Multi colored earrings, Anthropologie, $38

Chunky Layered Necklaces draw the eye upward and takes the focus off problem areas.

Necklaces, Banana Republic, From Left: $98, $88, $125

Belts-They are a great way to create a waist and camouflage extra pounds around the stomach


Belts, Nordstrom, From Left: $38, $32, $48

Add some extensions to your hair A La Wendy and Tyra. Extensions with volume in some cases can balance out your body.

And to all my beautiful women out there. Please, please remember you are doing yourselves a dis-service by wearing clothes that no longer fit your body. We can see the creases and the rolls and muffin tops. If you have to go a size or two up, please do. Sometimes, it actually makes you look smaller when you wear clothes that fit you properly.

We’ll save this topic for another day.

DESIGNER FASHIONATION OF THE DAY

Designer fall shoes are pouring in and I am officially obsessed with these Jimmy Choo’s priced at $1,295.

STYLISH CURVES OF THE DAY

If you think you have real curves and you stylishly dress them, please email your pictures to alissasavonne@yahoo.com. Your picture could be chosen for stylish curves of the day.

SUMMER SALES

RALPH LAUREN END OF SUMMER SALE
UP TO 65% OFF
http://www.ralphlauren.com/

MACY’S
SAVE 50%-75%
http://www.macys.com/

FILENES BASEMENT
ALL DESIGNER JEANS ON SALE
http://www.filenesbasement.com/