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Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Plus Size Party Dresses with George at Asda

I have written before about my excitement at the George at Asda plus size offerings, they do some items up to a size 32. In fact, every time I check what they have they have more and more which is a great sign.

They invited me to check out their plus size party dresses and speaking about surviving Christmas parties! A lot of their size 32 dresses are more casual than I would wear to a full blown Christmas party, but I know that around this time of year there are lots of things to attend. I love the dresses that they have, which would be perfect for Christmas lunch or a low key catch up with friends.

When it comes to Christmas parties I think the most important thing is to be comfortable. There is nothing worse than spending the night feeling self-concious about what you are wearing or tugging it because it's not comfortable to wear. If you're out for the festive season then the chances are you're going to be out for a while so make sure you like what you're wearing. Don't worry about buying something new, if you're more comfortable in a wardrobe staple then make sure you go with that! You can always splash out on some new accessories to change it up a bit!

This time of year is the perfect excuse to wear a bit of bling and sparkle, if you need an excuse that is! Even though this dress is quite casual, I think teaming it up with some pretty shoes and a sparkly bag changes it completely. You could even go all out and add a sparkly necklace and/or hair-piece etc.



What we don't often talk about when it comes to Christmas parties is the day after. For me, if I have spent the night dancing away and enjoying a few lemonades the last thing I want to do is get dressed up again. Comfy clothes for the day after are essential in my eyes. One thing that George at Asda does well is comfy, throw on dresses like this one.



I'm really excited to use this month to catch up with friends, spend time with family and wear some pretty dresses! What are your Christmas party survival tips?

Have a look at all of George at Asdas Christmas party dresses here!

Debz x


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I was lucky enough to be gifted some items in this post and I am very grateful, but I am always open and honest in my reviews!

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

By George They've Done It!

Look at this dress, pretty isn't it? As dresses go it isn't massively revilutionary but let me tell you this - IT COSTS JUST £14!!! For people who can fit into Primark and other high street budget brands this is nothing spectacualr but the fact that Asda now do this dress, for less than £15 right up to a size 32 is amazing for me.

Over the past few weeks, a few beady eye bloggers have noticed at the George at Asda plus size range has been slowly adding items right up to a size 30-32. Yes, the items are pretty standard high street fashionn but what good news! I can only hope that these will be stocked in store so I can pick up a new dress at the same time as a pick up my milk, something that many people of a smaller size take for granted. If you spot these items in store let me know!


The items might not be screaming 'look at me', but WOW a high street (hopefully!) range that is cheap, easily accessible and right up to a size 32 definitely gets the thumbs up from me. Hopefully they'll extend past floral and butterfly print once they seen it is a range that is really needed! Of course, I would love to see as many items for sale in a size 32 as they have in a 24, but small steps at a time. Have you looked at the range? What do you think?

I'm hoping to get some of the items to try and review, keep your eyes peeled!

Debz x



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Saturday, 16 November 2013

Places You Didn't Know You Could Shop!

I know, I am a little guilty of this - assuming that you can only shop in plus size shops or at least those that have an infamous plus size range - ASOS Curve, New Look Inspire etc. etc. Don't get me wrong, these shops are great but they are not your only options. Since I started this blog and started looking properly into plus size fashion options I have discovered that there are lots of different places you can shop - that you might not even think to consider!




Just For 5 Pounds

This website has loads of items for.. you guessed it! £5.00. With a range of clothes, bags, shoes and accessories for this bargain price you can really pick up items without breaking the bank. However, what I never realised before (I didn't even think to check) is that they have a plus size section. What is even better about this plus size section is that they have items up to a size 30. Now, as you can imagine the bigger sizes go quickly but it is well worth checking out what is available and what you could pick up for almost the same price as a cup of coffee. The items on the website change - but at the moment they have items like cardigans and jumpers which well look like they are worth picking up. http://www.justfor5pounds.com/products/CLOTHING/PlusSize

eBay

Loads of us know that eBay is a great place to pick up bargain items and save yourself some money, but I still get surprised at how many people who don't realise you can pick up plus size items too! When you search via the fashion section of the website you can put in size and even what type of clothing you want, which helps to narrow it down. Of course shopping this way on eBay is hit and miss and you have to search out the bargains, but as you can get some great pieces - it is well worth doing this!

Supermarkets

Places like Asda and http://tesco.com are known for having their own ranges of clothes and if you look at their pieces you can find the odd hidden gem! What many people don't realise is just how big the clothes sizes go - both on their websites and in-store. Next time you are picking up some bread, why not have a browse their the clothing section and see what you can pick up. 

I'd love to hear about your hidden clothing shops & places you'd recommend

Debz xx


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