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Saturday, 21 September 2013

Pink Clove Tartan Skater Dress

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last month there is little doubt you will have heard of the new online plus size retailer Pink Clove. As soon as the site launched the first item that caught my eye was the tartan skater dress and I knew it had to be mine!!!

I was lucky in that I hung on before buying it which meant that the price then dropped from £30.00 to £22.00 and as soon as that happened the dress was mine!!

As this was my first order from Pink Clove I went with a size 20 as I had heard that the material was thick with some stretch and I have to consider room for my boobs whilst not having a dress that is too large everywhere else. I am pleased to say that the 20 is perfect enough room on top without totally stretching the top and a good fit around my waist. My only gripe was with the belt that comes with the dress is not very generous but hubby sorted this by punching an extra hole in it! (This is a common problem with plus size clothing where a belt is supplied).

Fatshion Necklace from my Scarlett and Jo Goody bag at Plus North

I have to say I love this dress and never thought I would be wearing tartan (the last time I did I was eight and wearing a kilt!!) I have already worn it to work styled as you see in the photos with plain black tights and my patent brouges from New Look which are about three years old.
You can also see that on me the dress is just above my knee which is great for me as I plan on wearing it with tights and leggings, I am 5' 4" so if you are taller than me then it will be more the length you see on the model online.

So far this is the only item I have bought from Pink Clove but there is plenty more which has caught my eye so I have high hopes for them.

If you like my dress it is still available Pink Clove.

Have you tried them yet and if so what have you bought?


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