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Are you shopping online? Of course you do. So you know this is very different with comparison to buying your clothes in the stone shops. I mentioned my 3T’s rules. The first rule “TRY” isn’t possible to apply here.

So is there something to avoid disappointment? Sure, you can do following:

–TAKE YOUR CURRENT MEASUREMENTS – maybe you think you know your measurements, but we have some fluctuations during the year, so it is better to know how your current numbers.
–CHECK A SIZE CHARTS – it is well know fact, that sizes are so different in the shops. I’m from UK14 in some shops to UK18 in others. This is quite a big range. It is necessary to compare your real measurements with a shop size charts. Sometimes it is more complicated and every dress/clothes has it’s own size charts. It takes more time, but it is worth it. Don’t forget to check length of the dress. A lot of dresses made in Asia are made for shorter people and this can be more like long top than a dress for you.
–CHECK A MATERIAL – specially if you are between sizes and curvy as I am. If the material is stretchy, you are fine. If not and your measurements are fitting so so, you might to consider to up size.
–CONSIDER A RIGHT DESIGN/STYLE FOR YOUR BODY TYPE – you already probably know which design and style works on your body type and what doesn’t. I know that the girl on the pictures looks amazing in this dress, but try to imagine how you will look in this dress.
–GATHER AS MUCH INFO AS POSSIBLE – start with the product description. There are a lot of information which can help you to make the right decision. Next step will be to read reviews. This will give you more realistic picture what to expect.

This post is sponsored. I was gifted with 3 dresses of my own choice for the review by the manufacturer and marketer They are selling online very affordable women fashion included the lingerie, swimwear and the sports wear. My favorite part is that they have a plus size section. I chose 3 dresses following the rules stated above. I received the dresses and now I would like present them to you. Like always, I tell you my opinion. If I like it, I’ll tell you, if don’t, I’m not gonna sugar coated it either.

I choose the first dress from the plus size section. It is dress with 3/4 sleeves. I choose size XXL which should be US 18-20. The dress is actually UK16-18, so it was good that I checked very carefully size chart. The dress fits perfectly. Everything is how it should be. The quality is matching the price. The length of the dress is great. I knew that the fit and flare style is great for my curvy figure and I was right. This dress has the real pockets! The dress look exactly how it looks on the pictures on the website. If you would like to see how was the green dress presented at the online shop, click on the red link.

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Kendall Jenner and her oft-photographed cohort—the KarJenners, the Hadids—have never shied away from a good naked outfit, short or long, formal or casual. Famously, there was her 2017 Met Gala dress, made from one (one) piece of string. A few months later her famous sib Kim Kardashian stepped out in what was basically a transparent shift dress sandwiched between a jacket and briefs. Last year Bella Hadid wore what basically passed as the Frozen version of the look, complete with bling-y, icy embellishments, along with some casual crocheted separates. The trend was still going strong as of September, when Selena Gomez wore an incredibly romantic Rodarte look to the #BoF500 party in New York. And of course, even more examples go back to a high point of the trend in 2016 after it exploded in 2015. But Jenner’s first naked look, courtesy of Cannes, is one of the glammest, sheerest, party-ready looks we’ve seen yet, and then she took us by surprise in a totally different version of the trend.

As of Friday, Jenner hadn’t attended any films, but she was at the Secret Chopard Party that night, wearing a short, sheer green Alexandre Vauthier minidress blinged out with glitter (and accessorized with Chopard earrings, of course) that caught the camera flashes. No bra, no worries.

Chopard Secret Night - Dinner - The 71st Annual Cannes Film Festival
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Emma Stone in a Planned Parenthood pin at the 2017 Oscars.

On Monday more than 300 women in the entertainment industry, including actresses, producers, agents, and lawyers, came together to announce a new sexual harassment action plan known as Time’s Up, with a goal to end the imbalance of gender power across all industries.

In an open letter about the initiative, the women not only announced a legal defense fund and push for new legislation as part of this initiative but also confirmed reports that many actors and actresses planned to wear all black to this Sunday’s Golden Globes in solidarity with survivors of sexual harassment. And it looks like this protest will be even more visible on the red carpet than previously thought: According to The Hollywood Reporter, participants will also be wearing a specially designed pin meant to draw further attention to the cause.

Whereas last awards season, many attendees pinned blue ACLU ribbons to their red-carpet looks, you can expect to see many black-and-white pins that read “Time’s Up” this time around. They were designed by famed costume designer Arianne Phillips and commissioned by Reese Witherspoon, one of the initiative’s lead backers and a 2018 Golden Globe nominee, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “Reese asked me to come to the actor’s group [at a planning session for Time's Up], and told me they were going to be wearing black and would I consider creating a pin for the nominees and male presenters,” Phillips told the publication. “We were up against the holidays, but I said I could do it, and the first person I called was my partner-in-crime [L.A. jewelry designer] Michael Schmidt.”

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If there’s anyone who could elevate the millennial pink trend to the next level, it’s Rihanna—and that’s exactly what she did while attending the premiere of Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets in Los Angeles on Monday.

The “Work” singer wore an elaborate cupcake-esque pale pink dress by Giambattista Valli Couture to celebrate the new film, in which she stars as Bubble, a shape-shifting alien known as a “glampod.” The glamorous gown featured an off-the-shoulder neckline, super-puffy sleeves, a cinched waist, and a high-low hemline with several yards of fluffy tulle trailing behind. She paired the high-fashion dress with matching pale pink Manolo Blahnik gladiator-style stilettos with laces that crisscrossed up to her knees, and she accessorized with several sparkly rings on her fingers, large hoop earrings, dewy pink-toned makeup, and a super-high ponytail.

Rihanna posted several pics from the sci-fi film’s premiere on Instagram. “When u show up uninvited,” she captioned one photo in which she smizes straight at the camera. #VALERIAN,” she wrote on a full-length shot that captured her gown’s entire cotton-candy train.

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Zigzag Bandeau Top Swimdress One Piece

Recently the swimdress has seen a much welcomed return to the fashion scene, even though it has never really gone out of style. For recent years, the swim dress has been considered to be swimwear for the aged or mature lady. But this is no longer the case.

Swim dresses today are styled in the same way as many other dresses, with both formfitting and flared being equally popular. The added benefit is that these dresses are mostly made from UV resistant materials, providing protection, while making you look like a movie star. This along with the vast selection available, makes the swimdress popular. Swimdresses incorporate almost any imaginable color and print. You will probably end up wanting a different one for each day of the week. There will also be no more awkward bending to rub sunscreen on those hard to reach places,. Sorry boys, shows over.

The sundress is designed with the female form in mind. Its cut is figure flattering. Although less provocative than usual swimwear, it allows a certain level of elegance to the wearer. It provides a sexy and stylish finish, whilst its wearer can exhibit a carefree and confidant nature, knowing that they look great.

However, many may consider the Swimdress useful to cover up imperfections, it is not always the case. All women know how to best disguise their unwanted features, but will tell you it at times it can be very challenging. By comparing a swim dress to a cover all, it is as good as labeling it a sack. Well that would be fine if you could pull off the sack look with any success,but seeing as most of us cannot, you will still need to apply the basic style rules when selecting or wearing a swim dress.