Marks and Spencer Curve launched with a bang mid January. When most outlets were preaching, new year, new you and demanding you go to the gym and lose the Christmas pounds, Marks and Spencer were busily reminding you that you can and should love who you are and they launched a banging new plus size fashion collection boot.
In sizes 18-32, the plus size collection is based off a size 24, so they have really concentrated on cutting from a larger figure, not grading up as a consolation prize. The full figure label, Marks and Spencer Curve had a soft launch two weeks ago, where it also revealed two gorgeous black dresses designed exclusively for Marks and Spencer, by plus size fashion blogger, Danielle Vanier.
Now the collection has gone full throttle and we have picked some of our favourite new pieces here:
Perhaps the most talked about piece at the launch, this stunning, khaki, sleeveless, belted plus size jacket was a favourite amongst press and bloggers alike.
The wrap jacket would work perfectly over skinny jeans or smart pencil skirt. Making this pieces great for work or play.
This sleek jacket is great for right now, layered over a polo neck. A classic wardrobe staple, no one has dared do something like this in plus before and the fabrication is great too.
We all need that easy dress that will take you anywhere, anytime. Easily dressed up with a statement necklace and heels, this three quarter sleeve dress with ruched middle is great for showing off hour glass curves.
Want to dress this look down for the weekend? Then team this LBD (little blue dress) with opaque tights and knee high boots. Throw on a leather jacket and you have the perfect, go to, spring time look. And as luck would have it, Marks and Spencer Curve have a couple of biker style jackets in too.
Spring is coming, which means soon you can pack away those parkas and dust off those macs. Once again Marks and Spencer Curve has come up trumps in creating a range of classic wardrobe, go to staples.
The quality that you have come to expect from Marks and Spencer has no escaped the curve range and this mac will be your favourite Spring coat easily. Want to make this look runway worthy? Swap out the fabric belt for a black leather belt to cinch the waist and add instant style.
Florals are always a good idea for the summer months and this china blue wrap dress with yellow trim doesn’t disappoint.
The wrap tie detail draws the eye to the waist, while the 3/4 sleeve makes this dress easy for work or play and perfect for the changeable weather.
This oriental style wrap, trim and print plays in to one of the catwalks trends for Japanese inspiration and we love it’s boldness.