While I must admit I do love me a good change in seasons, it’s always a wistful goodbye when I pack my summer frocks away at the end of the warm season, so I’ve been trying to get the most wear out of them as possible before it really is too cold. I spied this classic beauty on my recent Queenspark shopping spree, and knew, even before I tried her on, how perfect she would be for me.

The dress is made from a really lovely high quality fabric, and is actually pretty perfect for this inbetween season – it’s not flimsy at all, and with a cardi over my shoulders the dress is still perfect when it starts to get nippy. But it’s the cut I love the most – considerate of a plus size figure, there is ample fabric to allow for larger bosoms and a chubby tum (my worst is finding a wonderful dress that has a weird cut under the arms and shows off half your bra as there isn’t enough fabric). I’m usually a size 20, but took this dress in an 18 with plenty room to spare.

It’s so completely effortless to wear, I know this is going to be a favourite for me for many years to come.

See more of the grand lady below (I’m talking about the dress, not me, although both are below).

Plus size fashion: Polkadot swing dress from Queenspark

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Styled with:
Shoes: Tsonga at Poetry (past season)
Pearls: Vintage
Lipgloss: Rosebud by Hannon

3 Comments on Plus size fashion feature: Polkadot swing dress from Queenspark

  1. wow beautiful, am so in love with that dress. Am a full figured woman, 24 years of age, i wear size 40-42 and i really need help. At times i just dress up so i don’t go around naked

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