THE BOLD STRIPE | Natalie in the City - A Chicago Plus Size Fashion Blog, by Natalie Craig
Natalie in the City - A Chicago Plus Size Fashion Blog, by Natalie Craig

A PLUS SIZE LIFE + STYLE BLOG

August 22, 2017

THE BOLD STRIPE

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Don't you sleep better at night knowing that there is a form-fitting, sexy body con dress just waiting for you in your closet, and in a moment's notice you can slip it on and feel like a total goddess? OK. This may be a little (understatement) dramatic, but I really cant express the satisfaction of having a dress that hugs every curve just right. And I'm back in my element, which is only wearing black and white. Hah! Embracing color was fun for a while, but I'm digging the black and white details of this dress.

This Enzo Knit Dress from Fashion Nova Curve is a simple, yet bold garment. I hear that plus size women should stay away from stripes—especially horizontal ones—but I'm saying, "F that!" The difference in the thickness of the lines creates an amazing silhouette, and creates a very flattering shape on a curvy figure. This dress is perfect for a dinner date, the club, or just for a day of running errands. But guess what? I also wear it to work? By pairing the dress with a chiffon-like button up dress, it makes the garment more modest, but also allows the stripes to peak through. And you ladies know that I am all about a versatile garment!

SIZING INFO: I am wearing a size 2X in the Enzo Knit Dress, which is my usual size. The dress fits perfectly, however, I wish it was a little tighter. After wearing the dress all day, the material stretches out and doesn't fit as close to my body as it did at first. I would order one size smaller than usual.


natalie in the city, fashion nova curve, fashion nova, affordable plus size clothing, back to school clothing, should curvy girls wear stripes, plus size stripes, how to wear horizontal stripes, make stripes flattering, curves and confidence, embrace my curves , plus size model, Chicago blogger, plus size fashion blogger
 Photography by: Rorie Raimondi
natalie in the city, fashion nova curve, fashion nova, affordable plus size clothing, back to school clothing, should curvy girls wear stripes, plus size stripes, how to wear horizontal stripes, make stripes flattering, curves and confidence, embrace my curves , plus size model, Chicago blogger, plus size fashion blogger

natalie in the city, fashion nova curve, fashion nova, affordable plus size clothing, back to school clothing, should curvy girls wear stripes, plus size stripes, how to wear horizontal stripes, make stripes flattering, curves and confidence, embrace my curves , plus size model, Chicago blogger, plus size fashion blogger

natalie in the city, fashion nova curve, fashion nova, affordable plus size clothing, back to school clothing, should curvy girls wear stripes, plus size stripes, how to wear horizontal stripes, make stripes flattering, curves and confidence, embrace my curves , plus size model, Chicago blogger, plus size fashion blogger

natalie in the city, fashion nova curve, fashion nova, affordable plus size clothing, back to school clothing, should curvy girls wear stripes, plus size stripes, how to wear horizontal stripes, make stripes flattering, curves and confidence, embrace my curves , plus size model, Chicago blogger, plus size fashion blogger

Fashion Nova sent me this Enzo Knit Dress to review. All opinions are 110% my own!
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