Happy Tuesday, Curvy Confidantes! Are you ready to accompany us on another virtual trip across the globe? I certainly hope so, because our journey is about to commence and you do not want to be late for our latest fashionable adventure!During our last excursion, we ventured South of the Border to Mexico to learn all about the plus size brand Generose. Are you as excited about their official relaunch as we are?
We have a BRAND SPANKING NEW First Look to share with you today! Aww yeah! I am always super psyched to spill the tea on everything new heading to curvy girls across the globe. And today’s first look is one that especially close to my heart! So what is it you ask? Plus size scrubs! Yup! New plus size designer Jaanuu Curve is bringing us more options in the scrub world!Here’s a little something that you may be surprised to learn about me.
It’s Tuesday, and you know what that means… It’s time for a brand, spanking new edition of You Oughta Know to share. Of course, it’s really an opportunity to take a virtual vacay around the globe as well as get our ever-lovin’ lives over some fly plus size fashion. It’s the best of both worlds, when you stop and think about it.Our travels take us south of the border this week. That’s right… We’re going to Mexico! The state of Quintana Roo, to be exact.
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