One Brand, Five Ways: Pushing Your Fashion Boundaries & Trying New Things

It’s so easy to find the pieces that work for you and stick with them. Fashion is about feeling good and expressing who you are, but sometimes we can forget and end up in a regime that involves pulling the same key pieces from the closet and styling them in the same ways. I’m as guilty of this as the next person, but over the last year I’ve been trying to push my boundaries and not just stick to the same shapes, patterns and styles; if there’s anything that encourages you to switch things up, then it’s documenting said looks across the internet for others enjoyment!

Recently I was challenged by Pink Clove to style some pieces from their new collection, showcasing how plus size fashion doesn’t have to be boring. I’m a size 16, and honestly it makes me mad how many brands think anyone over a size 12 wants to be covered from head to toe in black / likes butterflies / will only pick out shapeless sacks. Having curves shouldn’t be prohibitive ladies!

The result is the below video, which I really enjoyed pulling together, and five looks I really love – so much so that (even though it was only meant to be for Instagram) I wanted to share over here in case you missed it. Every single piece is of great quality, made with curves in mind, has so much detail and is super affordable too. My current animal print obsession was definitely met with these pieces arriving on my doorstep…


LOOK ONE: Jemima Rust Print Shirt, £27.00
LOOK TWO: Abina Floral Overlay Mesh Dress, £30.00
LOOK THREE: Oprah Leopard Print Wrap Dress, £24.00
LOOK FOUR: Maeve Brown Leopard Print Dress, £28.00
LOOK FIVE: Ericka Good Times Oversized Hoody, £18.00

Which look is your fave?

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DISCLAIMER: I was paid to create and share the video on Instagram, but wasn’t paid for or asked for this post – that’s my pure self indulgence wanting to share something I loved creating. All featured pieces gifted.


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