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  1. April 5, 2020 / 7:23 am

    I just saw your interview at mediavine youtube channel. I am also applying to their ad network. Your website is amazing, I especially love the beauty and fashion category. I am a dermatologist and have been working on my skincare blog
    your journey has inspired me, I am also going fulltime on blogging now. Keep posting 🙂

  2. Zaeobi
    March 6, 2020 / 1:46 am

    Hi Alison,

    I’m a longtime reader & noticed that you like easy dresses for summertime outfits, so I just wanted to draw your attention to something I found whilst perusing the internet (not sponsored & I don’t have any vested interest in the company lol, just thought it may work for you & your needs):

    I generally prefer to be more covered up (even in summer) but I think the idea of a matching pair of slipshorts with a phone pocket sewed to the dress is genius, especially when it’s made out of sporty material in lots of different colours. Could be great for packing, too.

    Anyway, hope you like it!

  3. Nancy
    February 26, 2020 / 12:59 pm

    Read with interest your post on Rothy’s.; I’ve been dreamily looking at them for months now. I tried to email you for the code, and the link did not work for me. I noticed you had the pointy-toe, and you said you wear size 8, as do I. But a friend who owns some Rothy’s said that it’s best to order 1/2 size up if you buy the pointy ones. Do you agree or disagree? I really don’t want to order 2 different sizes and return 1, even though the same friend said returns are easy.

    • February 26, 2020 / 4:54 pm

      Hi Nancy! Sorry the code didn’t work, I wonder why! I occasionally need a 7.5 WW versus ever needing an 8.5 for any reason, which may be why I didn’t need to size up. I also have short toes. Most people I know chose to size up a half size. But your friend is right, returns and exchanges are super easy with Rothy’s!

  4. k-t
    March 7, 2018 / 1:17 pm

    I have a styling request for you. As an apple-ish shape with a large chest, no discernible waist, narrow hips, borderline petite, and a short torso, I really struggle with how to belt a dress. I recently acquired a blue sweater dress (BR, no longer available) that just seems so perfect for the transition to spring, but for it to fit in the bust and shoulders, it is baggy in the waist and hips. Should the belt be loose, hang on my hips, and dip in front (late 80s style)? Snug at the natural waist, a la What Not to Wear? How wide of a belt? High or low contrast with the dress? Where should the extra fabric be gathered under the belt? I feel like I missed an entire semester of how to dress myself. The tutorials I’ve found all seem to feature size 0 tall hourglass figures and that just doesn’t translate to my body type. Thanks so much!!!!

    • March 7, 2018 / 1:40 pm

      Honestly, it sounds as though the dress should be tailored. A belt isn’t meant to cinch in a waist for a dress like that. However, if you wish to do a belt, there are no steadfast rules any more. For a heavy weight like a sweater I find a thicker belt or a hip belt best to be able to manage the fabric well. As for location, right below the ribcage for a wide belt to emphasize your smallest area, or hanging on the hips to elongate your torso.

  5. Natalia
    March 7, 2018 / 12:09 pm

    Hi Alison,
    I read your post about sleepwear for a large bust and was interested in Two Figs products but can’t find their website or where I can check it out and maybe order.. Please let me know if you have any current info. Thank you!

    • March 7, 2018 / 1:38 pm

      Hi Natalia, unfortunately the company went out of business.

      • Louise
        October 31, 2019 / 2:55 pm

        If it microwavable soup in an envelope, or clothing brand, when it is something I like, it is always sold out or they go out of business!

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