Mummy Style: Pink Clove Micha Wrap Front patterned dress
When it comes to clothing I sometimes find it really hard. I am plus size and with having body confidence issues it takes time for me to find something that I feel comfortable wearing.
When I got the chance to choose an item from Pink Clove's new arrivals section, I thought a dress that I could wear for when we go on holiday in a few months time would be ideal.
We have also had a few warm days recently too, so if the sun decides to come out again before the colder months arrive than I have a new dress to relax in.
I've been thinking recently that it would be great to see more Mum's in clothing rather than model's and fashion bloggers. I think that way you will be able to see more of what clothing looks like on regular people like myself since we all have different body shapes and sizes.
Pink Clove offer a fab selection of clothing in sizes 16-28 with designs to flatter the fuller figure. With curve flattering cuts including waist-cinching wrap dresses, super-soft jersey and full skater skirts.
The dress I picked out is the Micha wrap front patterned dress which isn't my usual style.
When it comes to dresses in general I tend to go for floaty maxi dresses so it's nice to try out something a little different.
I love the bright and colorful design of this dress and it will be perfect to wear on holiday whether during the day or night and would be great over the top of my swimming costume.
Sizing wise I am anything from a size 14 to a size 22 depending on the cut and design of clothing. In this case I chose to stay safe and go for a size 20 as usually when it comes to dresses I am a size 18 or 20. I think I could have gone down a size as around my bust it's a bit baggy but in general the dress is very comfy to wear and waist-cinching showing off my curves.
I like that the sleeves are quarter length as it means that the parts of my arms that I'm not keen on showing off are covered up. When we go away in a few months time the weather is meant to be warm with a cool breeze so wearing this dress means I wont get too cold either.
The Micha Wrap dress retails at £20
What do you think of the Micha wrap patterned dress? Is it something you would wear?