In The Style Curve

I’ve finally tried In The Style Curve and I’m pleasantly impressed! Everyone seems to really like them and I can see why. There’s a lot of styles that plus sizes don’t normally get the choice of and their sizes is actually really good. More often than not with fast fashion brands that throw out a plus collection, their sizing comes up small and half thought, but some bloggers have even said that several pieces come up generous, and that’s welcomed news.

Obviously I couldn’t resist trying out the range for myself and although the pieces weren’t my favourites, Instagram did seem to like them! This style of dress isn’t something that I’ve seen before, especially not in the plus world. The arms are barely attached and do move around  alot. I didn’t find it a comfortable style, but it is a striking look. Both of these colourways have now sold out but the bardot maxi split dress is available in a darker, autumn print for £29.99. I asked for a size 24 and it was pretty spot on. I’d definitely size up so you have more material overall.

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Overall the quality of these In The Style Curve pieces was around what I’d expect for the price but the sales and discounts make them even more agreeable for me! This Pink Jacket is out of stock now but it was a perfect size in a 22 and I just love how it looks!

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There’s currently nearly 50 different pieces in the range which is a great selection! My personal style doesn’t suit the majority, but there’s definitely the odd really girly piece that I could style and wear.

Have you tried this range before? What did you think?

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