It’s important to shop your shape, not your size. Or I would never have tried on this lovely dress. Get rid of your standard shop routines.
Trust me, I can relate. Always going to the same shops. It’s easy, you know they have your size and often less frustrating. However we do walk by the regular size shops, we see the ads and the look books. So, when you love something what do you do? Do like I did, just go in and try it on. When you are up to a size 22 (EU 50) you have to know your body and shop your shape, not your size.
I showed this dress a while ago and told you it was love on first sight. This is one of the reasons why I just went into the shop and tried it on. Since a few months I work at the DIDI head office and when you are around such nice outfits you just want to wear the yourself. Often such dresses don’t fit me properly on the shoulders and upper arms but DIDI has a great fit, an European fit so I was happy that I just tried it. This shows again that I have the same insecurities as any other curvy girl. DIDI sells their items up to a size XXL which is a size 16 (EU 46) officially but with wider fits you can always try, like I did. Normally I wear dress size 18, sometimes 20. The dress is on sale now at half price! The link is below, or go to the shops and check out the rest of the collection too. Just try it, shop your shape!