Monday, 27 June 2011

I'm not keen.


The title of this post relates to the fact I don't really like these pictures, there just something that doesn't work if you know what I mean? I took these a few weeks ago and you can probably tell by the colour/roots of my hair. I know these aren't brilliant but in the end they could be a lot worse.

It’s been a whirlwind success for Leeds based fashion company Fatphrocks. They are less than one year old but have already had national acclaim for a brand new fashion garment – Wingz, an undergarment with sleeves, which the company kindly offered me to review. Wingz are designed for Women who love fashion and want to cover their arms and there are many reasons why women like to do this – religion, scars, fat arms, bingo wings, skinny arms and tattoos to name but a few. Wingz are worn as an under garment, they fit comfortably under the bust and follow the bra line around the back. This means that you can wear Wingz with any back or neckline. The body of Wingz are elasticated on both the under bust band and shoulder hems, they are soft and do not move around – ensuring ease of wear. Wingz are available in four sizes encompassing UK sizes 6 to 28. But this isn't the only thing to FatPhrocks they also specialise in tall plus size clothing.

What FatPhrocks were kind enough to send me for review was the Wingz Black Volume Sleeve in a UK size 20. Now I actually think this is a really clever product and would work much better with something else instead of this dress. And I just want to state I think I'll definitely wear this again in the future as I do truly hate my fat arms. Priced at about £15 I'm unsure whether me myself would buy one at that price but maybe at the £10-£12 market I would. Overall I think this is such a good thing to have in your wardrobe and could totally safe a outfit! And I can't wait to style it up in other ways too!

Lastly the dress I'm wearing is from Primark and has been featured on the blog before.

7 comments:

  1. i actually really like the photographs, and your lovely outfit!
    the 'volume sleeve' would look lovely with so many things!
    the dress is lush too :D
    Rosie xo

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  2. I agree that at £15, it's a bit pricey. Having said that, the volume sleeve actually suits you well, especially when blended with that dress.

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  3. oooh interesting, not seen anything like that before!

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  4. Oh! These guys emailed me, I replied to them and never heard a thing back! Looks great tho chick!

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  5. I love that dress! It's so pretty! And I have never heard of anything like that, but they are so cool!

    <3Chelsea Elizabeth
    http://www.organizedxxmess.blogspot.com

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  6. what a gorgeous dress!!! jealous much!

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