Wolf & Whistle Curve is a small and relatively new range of plus size fashion that has been increasingly seeping into the wish lists and social media feeds of plus size and curvy bloggers as more and more people discover the range. And it is easy to see why as Wolf & Whistle Curve collection offers exquisite prints in classically beautiful shapes.
A few months ago I reviewed their beautiful Red Crochet Panel dress and immediately fell in love with the fit, design and quality of the dress. So when they asked if I would like to review one of their new designs I jumped at the chance.
I chose the Alissa Pressed Flower Cami Dress* as fell instantly in love with the classic camisole and full skirt combination with a delicate yet vibrant floral print.
As with the Crochet dress, the fit of this design is excellent. I’m wearing an 18 and it fits beautifully across the bust without flattening or constraining my H cup breasts. The waist band sucks in nicely at the waist and the skirt flows out in a classic 50’s full skirt.
The quality is also noteworthy, with double seemed edges and slightly padded straps to stop the delicate camisole from digging into your shoulders.
The straps are also adjustable meaning you can alter the sweep of the neckline to be more revealing or a little more covered depending on your mood.
The dress is made from a soft, silky scuba material which means the fabric holds it shape beautifully and is thick enough to prevent transparency whilst remaining cool enough to wear through the hot summer months.
This will definitely be coming with me on beach holidays later in the year.
I also think it is a perfect dress for summer weddings. I’ve styled it here for floating around my village on a hot summers day, which is exactly what I was doing: eating ice lollies outside my village shop before popping to the beer garden for a G&T in the sunshine – I love lazy days like this. However, throw on a cropped blazer and a pair of heels and this is perfect formal dress for a wedding.
The floral print has neon flashes and the overall material is creamy enough to not be mistaken for the bride (you know, just in case the groom and everyone there aren’t really sure which girl is the bride).
Wolf & Whistle also have a tea dress made in this print if you prefer a little more coverage. I have to admit, I would kind of like both to be hanging in my wardrobe.
The dress is priced at £70 so it isn’t a budget option. However, it is classic enough to see you through year after year of wear and the quality of the design makes me believe it will last you year after year. I believe it is definitely worth the investment.
Have you tried any of the Wolf & Whistle Curve range yet? I’d love to know if you’ve found the quality as good as I have.