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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

STYLISH CURVES 2012 BEST DRESSED PLUS SIZE CELEBRITY


Hey curvy girls all over the world,
We are back with our annual best dressed countdown. For those of you who are new to the blog, every year we ask you, our readers to vote who you think was the best dressed plus size celebrity, best stylish curves of the day, best plus size model, best plus size designer, and plus plus size retail store.


We are kicking this hump day off with 2012's Best Dressed Plus Size Celebrity. On this list you will see some old faces as well as one new comer.

Let the voting begin:

1. Beth Ditto

First up, we have Beth Ditto. Beth's style is always unique. It's a little bit funky, sexy, and of course, a little bit of rock n roll. Everyone loves Beth's confidence as well as her taste in clothes that play up her figure.







2. Amber Riley


This year Amber Riley's style has evolved from cute and fun to sassy and chic. Amber has adopted a new style that showed off a new svelte figure and involved a lot of black and lace. Amber is not one to hide her body and we love the way she shuts down the red carpet in colored full length gowns and still serves it up in a pair of jeans and a blazer. Here's a look back at some of Amber's best 2012 looks:




3. Jill Scott

Jill Scott has always had great style but in 2012 she turned it out. Not only did she embrace her natural hair with a big chop, she also embraced her new found curves. Jilly from Philly rocked everything from sequined colored gowns, oversized furs to printed body con dresses. Jill's looks were edgy, sexy, and chic. 
Here's some of Jill's best 2012 looks



4. Rebel Wilson

Ever since her scene stealing lines in Bridesmaid, Rebel has been on every one's radar. While doing her press runs, Rebel's designer of choice was Tadashi Shoji. She hit up red carpets in very feminine dresses and when the paparazzi caught her on off days she was always polished in  leather jackets, skinny jeans, and flats. Take a look at Rebel's best looks for 2012.






5. Queen Latifah



In 2012 Latifah derailed from her trendy meets classy looks and completely adopted a style that was sophisticated and little bit demure, with hints of glam. We didn't see very much of Queen La this year but when we did, she made sure she was on her A-game. She chose sleek shift dresses as her signature look and amped things up for hosting gigs in her classic one shoulder gowns.
Let's take a look at Latifah's best 2012 looks:





6. Octavia Spencer


Octavia Spencer presented a polished and classic style whenever she hit the red carpet. Like every other plus size celebrity, Octavia wore a bevy of Tadashi Shoji and this year she experimented with bold prints and bright colors. Octavia has made the best dressed list
 on countless fashion sites and this is why. Checkout Octavia's best looks for 2012


8.  Chrisette Michele


So, Chrisette Michele is one of the most underrated stylish curvy celebrities. After dropping major weight due to a new diet, Chrisette took to the red carpet in curve hugging silhouettes and lots of color. While Chrisette may not be plus size by popular standards, she is still a curvy girl with meat on her bones and proud of it. We  loved that Michelle allowed her natural beauty to shine through from head to toe by rocking her natural hair and braids. We were also digging her uber trendy street style which ranged from ripped jeans to white skinnies.

Take a look at Chrisette's best 2012 looks:





Who do you think had the best plus size style?

VOTE!




2 comments:

famous people with lazy eye said...

Being famous has changed from previous times, because now there are so many outlets, between magazines, TV shows, and the Internet, for people to follow you.

Ja Sam said...

It's becoming a fad to be overweight. It's cool, but be careful - you still need your health. I've lost 22lbs with the Loaded Gun Diet this summer but ate everything I like.

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