Pumpkin spice has been pushed to the background and it’s time to break out the mistletoe! Holiday season is here and we gotta look fabulous while celebrating! Are you looking for more than a few pieces to add to your closet for your upcoming holiday parties? Well, do we have a treat for you. No stranger to the blog, plus size retailer, Fashion to Figure, has a new look book and more than a few plus size holiday options for us to play in.
With the latest collection from Fashion To Figure, we have options girl! Get into this FTX x Holiday 2017 Collection! No matter if you are looking to dress it up, formal style or take it out on the town, there are a few styles that will keep you festive! Ohhhh and if you did not know, Fashion To Figure is “dedicated to removing the traditional limitations associated with full-fashion.”
So are you ready to see what we have our eyes on? I think this holiday season is going to be festive and fierce with these finds!
The Fashion to Figure Holiday Collection
These looks! I’ve got my eye on the Finley Off The Shoulder Velvet Dress, Kinley Bell Sleeve Lace Bodycon Dress, Viera Asymmetrical Ruched Bodycon Dress, and Sydney Off Shoulder Bodycon Dress… just to name a few. Well, what are you looking for? Seems like Fashion to Figure will have you and your curves perfectly dressed for the holiday’s festivities! Right? Right.
And don’t think the rest of your body will be left out because the accessories collection is dope as well! From statement earrings to stand-out clutches, Fashion To Figure has the bulk of your outfit covered.
Shop the 2017 Holiday Collection at FashionToFigure.com!
Whether you are shopping for a friend, family member, or a specific holiday event, do NOT forget the “treat yoself” rule: when you go holiday shopping, you also gotta get yourself a little something too! 😉
Ohhhhh and there’s free shipping on orders $75 and up!
What are some of your favorite looks that you can see yourself in?
Tonja Renée Stidhum is a writer/director made of sugar and spice and everything rice. She has the uncanny ability to make a Disney reference and a double entendre in the same sentence.