Hi, I'm Natalie...
I am 5'2 and a size 18, which means I am petite AND plus size. Those two sizing terms might seem like polar opposites, but full figures come in a variety of shapes and sizes—one of those being short! As a petite plus size fashionista, it has been extremely difficult to fit into fashion and find clothing made for my body. But I'm here to share my petite plus style tips with you and to show the world that short, plus size women belong in fashion!
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Chicago Plus Size Petite Fashion Blogger, influencer, YouTuber, and model Natalie Craig, of Natalie in the City, reviews CoEdition's Try for Free clothing line and City Chic Dresses.
It wouldn't be the holidays without sequins? Amirite? If you're no stranger to Natalie in the City, you know that I love sequins all year round, but I especially love them around these wintry holiday months because no one will give me the side-eye for being "too extra." Yes, I still worry about people judging me...who doesn't?

I ordered this City Chic Bright Lights Dress from CoEdition because I just heard about a really cool initiative they are offering their customers. CoEdition is committed to finding the perfect fit for their customers so they just introduced their “Try For Free” line, which allows you to order from their best selling styles and you don't have to pay for the clothing unless you love it. This means that you can practically turn your bedroom into your own personal fitting room. To take advantage of this initiative, all you need to do is enter your credit card information, and you won't be charged until you confirm that the clothing fits and that you're obsessed with it. CoEdition gives you five days to decide if you want the dress and if it’s the right fit. If the dress doesn’t work, you can return it at no charge!

I really love this initiative because ordering plus size clothing online can be so challenging, and so many stores have very unfriendly return policies, which affect plus size women more than any other demographic!

Huge shout out to CoEdition for launching their Try For Free initiative! 

SIZING INFO: I am wearing a size 20 in the  City Chic Bright Lights Dress, which is one size larger than my average size. I ordered this size because City Chic clothing usually runs small on me. I wasn’t displeased with the fit as it looked good on me, but I will be returning it to get a size 18 since the dress was roomy and does seem to run true to size. Thanks to CoEdition’s new initiative, I feel relieved that I can easily exchange this for my true size!


Chicago Plus Size Petite Fashion Blogger, influencer, YouTuber, and model Natalie Craig, of Natalie in the City, reviews CoEdition's Try for Free clothing line and City Chic Dresses.

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