There was so many amazing things at Curvy Couture Roadshow, I honestly felt a little overwhelmed. The fact that i’m super broke (& failing at saving) didn’t help the fact either. There was at least one thing I could have happily walked away with from every designer, but I thought i’d share my absolute favourites with you. Above, is the most amazing dress from Marji & Jean, and if it had been in my size, it would have come home with me. Sadly, it was a size 18. PINK WATERMELONS!
17 Sundays! I’ve been lusting after these items for awhile, but seeing them in person made me want them even more. I have a 17 Sundays top from a previous collection, and it’s SO soft and comfortable. I was happy to see that the new Afterglow tee’s are the same.
LEFT - Harlow gave us a look at some of the new pieces in person! The Endless Love Cardicoat took my breath away! With a move to Melbourne in my future, I’m thinking it might be one of those pieces I’ll need to add to my wardrobe! It’s set to be available in May, and is $249.00. I also love the Rapture faux wrap skirt (Available April at $139) and the Cross my Heart blouse (Available May at $139.00)
RIGHT - Another coat! Yes, I know! But look at it! Seeing it in person, seeing the way it moves and sways, swirls, well, it was love! It is the Iceni Coat by Bombshell Vintage. It’s $225 & made to order, so it takes a little time. For an extra $25, they will make to measure. You can also choose a custom colour, I’m LOVING the pale pink!
If i’m being honest, I want nearly everything from Misty Belvideres Mermadia collection. Above are my two favourites, the transparent darkness dress and the Mermadian dress. I also really love some of the more simple items in the collection, like the Euxine Shrug (for those days when I want to hide my arms, I’ve come along way in my body confidence, but I still have so insecure days.) and the Molyneaux Tank, both under $50.
Annnd that wraps up my posts from Curvy Couture Roadshow. I had such an amazing time and I’ve got my fingers & toes crossed that more events like this happen in Australia.