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Posted on Tue, Dec 11, 2007 16:57

When you first meet someone you like to make a good impression. However you never want to give the impression that I just dress like this for you, but that I dress like this all the time for me. And be relaxed and comfortable with it. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to shop for sizes of tops and dress (the sex appeal pieces) for some stylish yet comfortable clothes for the plus size divas in the house. Anywhere besides the norm of avenue, j. london, w within etc.?



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Posted on Fri, Sep 02, 2011 12:11

Alight is great, so is Ashley Steward for the smaller of us. rainbow has a few cute things that are very reasonably priced. For cheap and cute accessories that no one else has, try bellavintage. I stumbled upon the website called 1-dollarjewelry. It's got some really cute accessories as well. Try OldNavy online. I was surprised to see that their plus size could fit me...but be warned, it is a bit bigger in the stretch tops than the size listed, but in the cardigans and things like that, its smaller than the true size that it should be.   For shoes, although you'd have to get them in bigger sizes, Payless has really stepped up their game.  Also try Shoedazzle.



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Posted on Mon, Aug 03, 2009 11:00

Thanks ever so much, tried evans, will try viva. the boots are for support (might try medical suggestion)as well as to look nice as the only sandals that fit my feet at the mo is Birkenstock wide range, wont do in the winter though, LOL. Again thank you for you suggestions.
Menace



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Posted on Mon, Aug 03, 2009 01:46

Hi Menace, I'd try Evans if you have one in your local high street, or look online on the Simply Be website, the Shoe Taylor or Viva la Diva - all do extra wide fitting shoes and boots and shouls have their autum/winter range available.

Otherwise is a good option, but you don't get the chance to try before you buy.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 01, 2009 21:13

Try some of the medical supply stores.Also check local thrift stores. God bless and good luck.



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Posted on Sat, Aug 01, 2009 09:51

Hi can anyone help, I have a size 5 shoe and need a pair of long boots.
I had celulitus recently and it left my foot huge, will never go down so need a puss in boots type boot, with a WIDE fitting?
Thank ever so, Menace



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Posted on Thu, Jun 25, 2009 19:20

I know this is a late post, but go to fashion to figure. Awesome store!



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Posted on Mon, Dec 29, 2008 23:15

Try Love Fifi



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Posted on Sat, Dec 20, 2008 07:47

Hi Cheeva,
You probably know this by now but just in case...hit up Torrid. Great store and super cute tops. They ship fast when you order online too.
Have fun~

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Posted on Wed, Dec 12, 2007 23:24

I do not think i am allowed to give you specific sites where you might find the clothing you desire. You might try to personaly contact some of the women on the chat room and ask them about sites. Also there is a book called Find It Online that you might locate in a library.



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