nairobi dress

I didn’t have a proper photo of this dress and other curvy sharkies were wondering how this fits on lovely lady lumps, so I demonstrated.
Measurements stand as 44in-37in-44in, bust is 38D/36DD. Height and weight are 5'3" and 180lbs.
I do have a belly pouch, but this dress is very flattering with it’s pattern (maybe not from the side though). It’s so gorgeous, seriously. Sleeves are loose at the wrist because it’s too long. Favorite part is how it clings to the bust.
I wish I had more places to wear this out.
My goal is to lose a couple inches and rid of the belly pouch so I can wear this anywhere.

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I can’t get enough of this gilrl Lupitaaaaa!!! show the world that black women are made of STEEL, and elegance! 

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Aaand it’s everything I hoped for!

Positives:

  • The material and pattern are super flattering
  • It’s pretty toasty so I’ll get to wear it here in Michigan a lot
  • It’s longer than it looks, I thought my cheeks would be barely covered but as you can see I have a few extra inches
  • It’s beaUtiful!!

Slight Cons

  • It does ride up quite a bit (what short dress doesn’t?)
  • the sleeves are oddly long, however this is easily fixed by tucking them under

Hundreds of women took to the streets of Nairobi today to defend their right to wear what they choose after a woman was attacked for wearing a miniskirt. The incident, which took place at a busy bus stop, involved dozens of men who surrounded the woman and tore off her clothes. A video of the attack emerged online and sparked a debate, with many Kenyans taking to social media to condemn the beating under the hashtag #MyDressMyChoice

“This is our chance to stand together as women and deliver a message to our country that sexual violence will not be tolerated,” said Kilimani Mums, the group who organized the protest.

Read more via The Guardian