Nashville is finally experiencing a solid winter and it’s time to rock those stylish sweaters. Being plus-sized it’s easy to let a thick sweater overwhelm you frame. Below, I show you sever sweater styles that flatter all frames and give supreme style. Of course, click the links in the description for shopping details. Continue reading “MY STYLE: Plus-Size Sweater Style for Winter”
As a blogger, creating a long-term brand partnership is the PINNACLE of influencer success. That’s why I’m excited to share ONE YEAR of looks a Jessica London influence! Below I document each month of looks I’ve worn with the brand as well as TIPS on creating long-term partnerships with brand that reach out to you. Let’s get started.
Hey it’s FabGlance popping in to share some plus-size Black Friday deals from two of my fave online retailers! Below, I share several looks from Lovely Wholesale and Chic Soul. From a casual slay to a cocktail cutie, I got you covered. Let’s get into it!
It’s like, for-real fall now kids! And I’m here to share my fall style collab with Jessica London! Below, I share some of this month’s Jessica London selections. All are perfect for the fall weather.
As usual, for fall, we continue to struggle with changing temperatures throughout the day. Cool in the morning, warm in the afternoon, and downright frosty during the evening. Your look has to be as stylish as it is warm. So take a look at my selections for this month. In addition, follow me on Instagram, for more fall looks!
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A couple of weeks ago I was asked to model wedding gowns for local wedding retailer, Eleven Bridal. The bridal boutique was partnering with event planning organization Happily Connected. Happily Connected created this amazing bridal show experience where couples were introduced to boutique vendors ready to make their wedding wishes come true.
As fast as it came, it’s going to be gone! Yes, girl, summer is saying farewell and my favorite season is around the corner – FALL! Shout out to the team at Jessica London for sending me some pre-fall looks to help me transition into the new season.
Living in TN, it won’t really be pumpkin-spice-latte cold until late October/early November. So, the rule of thumb is rocking summer cuts in FALL colors. When you live in the south, it’s really hard to fully enjoy the Fall because it’s cold in the morning and blazing hot by noon. Great way to look wild and out of season! So, check out the following fall transition looks to aid you in your plus-size southern style. Continue reading “MY STYLE: Pre-Fall Transition Looks with Jessica London”
Are you ready to see the NEW ladies of Nashville Curves? the Class of 2019 is coming August 12th! Continue reading NASHVILLE CURVES 2019 – New Vibe!
Last week I posted about stepping outside my style box. I’m glad I did! Today’s look, this mixed pattern, black & white, work look was just right for my workday. Seriously, I was super scared to rock this look – it’s pretty bold. But once the team at Jessica London sent this month’s looks, I knew I HAD to wear this one ASAP! These pieces … Continue reading MY STYLE: Mixing Patterns with plus-size style
How many of my plus-size girls have been told what you SHOULDN’T WEAR? No tight, no stripes, no shorts, or cover your ‘problem’ areas! Yes, even in 2019 fat women are told what we should wear and how we should wear it. Even though I have my preferences, I’ll never tell anyone what they shouldn’t wear. Unless you aren’t wearing confidence, I have nothing to … Continue reading PLUS SIZE STYLE: Fat girls shouldn’t wear … summer edit
I quit my job two years ago to chase my dream. I wanted to be a full time creative: blogger, author, and digital content creator. I failed, we’ve discussed. I went back to the regular working world. My return wasn’t glorious; it was needed and necessary. Why? I was broke and broken.
Having a regular job (working for someone else) gives me structure and a paycheck. But it didn’t change my attitude. Many times I’ve showed up late or not ready to be my best at work. I didn’t want to be THERE, and it showed.