BBW Couture’s Pink Rose 1950s Vintage Party Dress

 

Being the face of BBW Couture’s Vintage Range comes with an amazing perk, the latest dresses out to photograph and review! I love nothing more than getting dolled up and posing in dresses in general, but these are absolutely beautiful vintage styled dresses and they make photographing them even funner. The latest dresses are now out, including this beautiful BBW Couture’s Pink Rose 1950s Vintage Party Dress. It’s now available in sizes 16-28, but I will warn you, it’s a very tight fit, especially on the boobies.
BBW Couture's Pink Rose 1950s Vintage Party Dress, georgina grogan, shemightbeloved
Personally, I have to pull one boob up at a time and pop it into place, but it’s also the perfect, fitted size for me too. I think this is the reason it’s available in a size 28, as usually they stop at a 26. But if you are between sizes, or have bigger boobs than a 38GG, I would definitely say to size up to be on the safe side. This dress is the same material (100% Polyester) as the gorgeous deer print that everyone has gone mad for, and therefore it skims over curves and creates a smooth, curvy silhouette. It’s an amazing length at below the knee on my short 5’3 self too.
This print is definitely something I wouldn’t run towards, but it looks lovely on and has an incredible vintage feel, plus it’s only £29.99! If you’ve read any of my other reviews of BBW Couture, you’ll know that they do come up a little low on the chest area, and I’ve always said that stitching them is the easiest way to combat this. So, in these upcoming photos, this is after I have stitched the dresses to the height that I want. It’s really not hard to do, you just need a needle, thread and to not cry when you stab yourself with the needle.
BBW Couture's Pink Rose 1950s Vintage Party Dress, georgina grogan, shemightbeloved
BBW Couture's Pink Rose 1950s Vintage Party Dress, georgina grogan, shemightbeloved
BBW Couture's Pink Rose 1950s Vintage Party Dress, georgina grogan, shemightbeloved
The dresses do come with belts in the same material and pattern, as well as belt hooks which in my opinion, ruin the dress as they stick out in an awkward place. I tend to tie the belt on top of the hooks to secure and cover them completely, it works every time and the dresses still look beautiful.
As much as I do love this dress and it definitely is coming to Rome with me, stay tuned for the other two which I am obsessing over!
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