May 30

I had been in such a snit lately because all of my friends are wearing Lululemon.  There they are working out in their activewear and then running around to do their errands and look so cute.  I refuse to work out in anything hideous!

Well, now we have found the best plus size workout wear and yoga line and wanted to share!   I cannot say enough about this line and look forward to wearing it and offering it to our customers!

From tanks to tops, jackets, cardigans, pullovers, capri’s and pants in fashionable styles and colors, you will definitely want to buy your favorites and stock up on those  basics.    The capri’s and tanks are wonderful!

Marika Curves Collection has the perfect answer to the, “what to wear to yoga and then to dinner” problem.  Casual and stylish and not sloppy at all.  The Marika Curves Collection features Marika Curves, Balance and Marika Magic.

The parent company, Rock Fit is a privately held global apparel manufacturer specializing in women’s fashionable and functional active wear and apparel, as well as men’s and children’s apparel.  Founded in 1985 and headquartered in Commerce, California, Rock Fit proudly remains family owned and operated.

Marika, the company’s original fitness brand, features multi-sport active wear.  The Balance Collections is on-trend with soft fabrics and feature yoga, fitness and lifestyle apparel.

This is our fave jacket, the Angela Slimming Jacket, stylish, functional and flattering!

Check them out today!


May 24

It is wonderful to see that Tess Holliday, a size 22 plus size model and body image advocate is on the cover of the latest issue of People Magazine.    A social media sensation and Size 22, she embraces her curves and teaches us all about positive body image, overcoming adversity and thriving in today’s world!


She not only challenges everyone’s perception of beauty she defines it! Way to go Tess! Read all about her story in the lastest issue of People!

May 2

Diet supplement company Protein World, has attracted widespread criticism, with billboards which talks about getting beach body ready.  Many billboards have had graffiti written all over them and plus size brands and customers are up in arms amid concern over the advertising’s effect on body image.

This billboard by plus size retailer Simply Be, is a parody of the campaign showing the “curvy” size 14 model Jocelyn Corona in a bikini will be displayed along the escalators and platforms of Knightsbridge station in London.

It is great that companies and plus size women are no longer willing to accept the status quo for defining what is beautiful or in this case, beach body ready.