Fashion week is a great time to showcase who we are: plus size people who love fashion. Each season you're seeing more plus models walking down the runway, more designers carrying past a size 18+ and more of the plus community attending the shows and events.
We’re excited to have collaborated with a favorite content creator and plus size visionary; Brianna of The B Word. Here is how Curvy Couture went to Fashion Week.
The foundation to a successful day is the perfect bra. Your RSVPs to the shows and after parties in the city require a bra that can do it all. Our Strapless Sensation has a sweetheart neckline that makes it easy to pair with any outfit. Plus the option to wear it up to 7 ways.
One thing we feel strongly about is the size of our bodies should not determine our time in the spotlight. Fashion week or not, this applies to everyday life.
One way to honor your curves is trying something new, especially when it comes to plus size lingerie. We dare you to wear our Eternal Eyelash Lace set and not feel sexy.
Veronica wears her garter belt & thigh highs over our Essential Boyshort and completes the look with the matching bra. Style tip: Play up this look underneath this season's skirts and dresses.
This delicate eyelash lace is over our best selling T-Shirt Bra, the Lace Shine. If you already love that fit, try this lacy version. Don’t worry, you can’t see the lace through shirts, knits or dresses.
It's important for us to have a presence during New York Fashion Week. To continue to show up, have visibility and say we're not going anywhere.
We love how Nikki proves that her nude shade doesn't have to be boring. Our Tulip Lace Push Up has scalloped lace straps that look great underneath off-the-shoulder knit tops.
Take up space! We live in a world that’s convinced us for too long to shrink our bodies & personality for the convenience of others. That has to end.
We design for #EveryKindofCurvy and love being able to showcase that through the photos we create. Happiness is feeling your best in quality intimates you can rely on.
Brianna shared, “I think it’s extremely important to not only have brands who cater to plus people at fashion week but to also have brands created by plus people at fashion week. Representation goes far beyond who is on the runway, it’s important to have diversity within the companies showing. From the photographers at the shows, makeup and hair artists, etc; the CEO to customer service, companies should work towards including diverse voices.”
She styled her jumpsuit with our Diamond Net Full Cover Plunge Bra underneath. We love how this bra has a sexy fishnet overlay with sheerness that is both feminine and active. This outfit captures all of that.
We're living for hashtags like #FatatFashionWeek & #TheFword that bring an important, refreshing perspective on fashion. What would you like to see changed in the fashion industry? How do you feel about the shift and where it’s heading? Send us an email, write to us on Facebook or Instagram! Always here to listen.
Photographer: Logan Allison
Makeup & Hair: Michele Miguel
Creative Direction: Brianna McDonnell