What do you think of my jacket? I got it from Dia.
How about this scarf? I got it from Dia.
And these jeans? Yup you guessed it, I got them from Dia.
Jacket: Marybelle ‘Carson' Moto Jacket c/o Dia&Co (1X) | Tee: J. Crew (old; similar) | Jeans: Warp & Weft NY Skinny c/o Dia&Co (14) | Scarf: Printed Village c/o Dia&Co | Backpack: Dakota Backpack c/o Dagne Dover | Beret: Target (old; similar) | Boots: L'Amour Des Pieds
Dia&Co is an online personal styling service for women sizes 14 and up. Dia prides itself on taking the time to get to know their clients, then send hand-selected clothing and accessories chosen to match your personal style and fit your body beautifully. Customers are matched with real stylists (no algorithm) who selects pieces for you based on your personal style and fit preferences. There's a $20 styling fee for each box which is then applied to any purchases from the box. You can break or pause your Dia plan at any time, with five days to try items, keep what you love and send back what you don't. Shipping is free both ways, and you're only charged for the items you choose to keep.
I've used Dia&Co off an on for about a year and I do believe the more you use the plan the better your selections. My stylist has really gotten to know my personal style and body and I've received some real wins in boxes, like the items here. I had heard of Warp & Weft jeans but never tried them until these arrived in one of my Dia boxes. They are now some of the most worn jeans in my wardrobe. The fit is great, they keep their shape, have laundered beautifully, and the price is pretty great. The pattern and colors of this scarf are so perfect, I wish I could have this print in a maxi dress, in bedding, on a makeup bag, and even as wallpaper. As for this jacket? It's so difficult to find a Moto jacket that fits a curvy or plus size body. It can get boxy, the sleeves too long, the sleeves too tight. This one fits pretty great, and I love how it's free of weird embellishments or details. This is the perfect jacket to throw over a band tee and jeans or wear with midi and maxi dresses in spring or fall.
I love how Dia&Co are so passionate about the plus size community. Their #MoveFashionForward campaign calls on the top designers to dress the 100 million women who wear plus size clothing. It started with a full-page ad in the New York Times during NYFW, and they continue to push designers and brands. This month they launched a new campaign, #FullBodyLove. Knowing that women in the plus size community often hide their bodies in photos, this campaign encourages women to post full-body photos on Instagram with the hashtag #FullBodyLove with the goal to empower women to find love and acceptance and celebrate their whole body. There's already over 550 photos tagged with #FullBodyLove on Instagram and it's incredibly inspiring.
Dia&Co really creates a community with their members. Their Facebook page is chock-full of fashion advice, body-positive articles, and regular Facebook Live videos with plus size influencers or hosted by Dia staff. I hosted a Facebook Live for them last year and also did an Instagram takeover for their account and I can attest to the positive and welcoming community that Dia has created. I'm thrilled that Dia wanted to celebrate you, the Wardrobe Oxygen community with a giveaway of a $200 Dia credit to be used towards monthly boxes and purchases from them!