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A Vintage Look with Voodoo Vixen

Posted in Personal Style
on July 28, 2016
Plus Size Blogger Wearing Vintage from Voodoo Vixen

Happy Thursday! Sorry for gap. As of late, I’ve traveled from state to state just to get a taste of each coast has to offer. In between time, I still want to give you a glance of the new items in my closet. Today I want to bring back a brand that I worked with in the past: Voodoo Vixen. When I started blogging, I was a huge admirer of vintage clothing. I would frequent thrift shops at least once a week. Because the sizing in the early 80’s and 90’s was so different from today, it was always hard to shop by section. For example, one of my favorite fit and flare dresses was labeled a size 14 and I was a size 20.

Voodoo Vixen makes this process a little easier. Voodoo Vixen mixes vintage styles of the past with the sizing of today.  The Betsy dress was the first dress to catch my eye in their Vixen Curve Collection. The floral attributes were one thing, but the mesh inserts really took me by surprise. This is one of the present day additions to the dress. I am wearing a size 3x and it was pretty point for sizing. If you have big chest, I would size up when possible. A lot of dresses do not have structure around the top part of my chest. Sometimes that leaves for back fat spillage or side boob/double boob spillage.  The dresses at Voodoo Vixen have lots of structure, just like they were made back in the day! So enough of the talk, here’s me in the Betsy Dress!

Also, if you use code char20, you’ll get 20% off of your entire purchase at Voodoo Vixen! Shop on!

Plus Size Vintage Dresses from Voodoo Vixen Boutique

Plus Size Vintage Dresses from Voodoo Vixen Boutique
Plus Size Vintage Dresses from Voodoo Vixen Boutique

Plus Size Vintage Dresses from Voodoo Vixen Boutique

Plus Size Vintage Dresses from Voodoo Vixen Boutique

When dresses allow for an effortless look, they instantly become timeless! Well I hope you enjoyed the post and please check out Voodoo Vixen’s Curve Collection!

Also, a major THANK YOU to Brittanny Taylor for the pictures!

Till next time,

Char <3 .

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My Stay at Concourse Hotel Los Angeles- A Hyatt Affiliated Hotel

Posted in Travel
on July 22, 2016
Concourse Hotel

Happy Friday!

As I am writing this post while en route to Baltimore for Curves Rocks Weekend, I am reflecting over last week’s trip to Los Angeles. Being that it’s my second time visiting LA, I never realized how many hidden gems there were. I know LA is known for Hollywood, celebrity sightings, and their heavenly beaches, but this time around I chose to stumble upon some places rather than hit the night life. 

I decided to stay closer to the airport because last time I went to Los Angeles, I missed my flight due to all that traffic! When looking for a hotel, I need something that’s going to match my aesthetic. Nothing says WORST TRIP EVER than sleeping in a hotel room that feels like a coffin. While I was looking online for newer hotels, I stumbled upon The Concourse Hotel at Los Angeles International Airport – A Hyatt Affiliated Hotel. 

Before booking the hotel, I had to take a look at the rooms. I am super into Feng Shui and if the bed is facing the door, unnecessary clutter is present, loud decorum for no reason, and has poor lighting — I won’t book/sleep there. Weird huh? But when you are sleeping in a state that is 3 hours behind, you want to make sure you are catching up on your sleep in the most peaceful atmosphere–plus I am a princess. From the pictures, the room looked amazing. But my rule of thumb is always to expect it to look a little less amazing upon arrival.

I went ahead and booked the room. Upon arrival, I was 4 hours earlier than expected. When I went to check in, I let Kelly, the front desk agent, know I wanted to leave my belongings in the hotel storage and I would be back to check in. She said, hold on, let me see if there is a room available. It in a matter of minutes, we were escorted to our room without having to pay an extra fee. Where else can you check in at 12:15pm? 

As soon as I arrived to the room, I was shocked! THE ROOM LOOKED BETTER THAN THE PICTURES! My view of the pool was amazing. And at night, you can see the airport runway light up. The room was beautifully decorated. Not too busy and 4 simple colors: grey, black, white, and yellow. The Concourse Hotel really took my breath away! I felt like I walked into a Crate and Barrel. The bed was firm, the decorations were modern, and the bathroom actually had toothpaste and mouthwash! The bed was so comfortable. Very sturdy and I didn’t feel like I was sinking.

As someone who weighs 315 lbs, my biggest pet peeves when it comes to hotel beds are:

  1. Poorly quality
  2. Poor support
  3. Too bouncy

I really lucked out staying at the Concourse Hotel!

Here are real-time photos of the room:

Concourse Hotel in Los Angeles



 Concourse Hotel

                                                          A hotel that still has toothpaste and mouthwash!

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 Concourse Hotel

Couch Decorum at Concourse Hotel

 Concourse Hotel


 Concourse Hotel

Concourse Hotel

Kelly, the desk agent left me a note with some fruit!

 Concourse Hotel



Please check out the Concourse Hotel when traveling to Los Angeles. It’s so close to the airport and so convenient when trying to get to different parts of the city.

What did you think? Have you been here before? Let me know your thoughts!

Until the next trip,


Plus Size Beausion X the Sexy Red Gown

Posted in Personal Style
on July 20, 2016
GCGme Red Gown

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Happy Hump Day!!

It’s been a while since I did a post on a gown.With red being my power color, today’s selection is the red gown!

My forte is piecing outfits together to create one ensemble. But on the days that call for more elegance and less blah, you can always find a home with GCGme. You may have remembered my past post that gained a lot of popularity on my social channels. So today, I am back at it again with GCGme.

As the seasons change, more formal events start to bloom. One of my favorite events I look forward to is The Lady in Red event, held in Brooklyn. Seeing women of all shapes and sizes wear their best red gown is such a sight. I’ve seen it all. From form-fitting to boho-chic, I never knew a red gown could be so diverse. Since this event is typically held in the summer, I wanted to wear something that was breathable. Last year I made the mistake of wearing a gown that was so heavy, my makeup started to melt off.  Since I wore one of GCGme’s formal maxi dresses to my sister’s wedding, I thought it would be great to try another piece from their collection. The Brenda Short Sleeve Hour Glass Ruffle Gown Maxi Dress was the first dress that caught my eye.

I know I’ve talked about my weight gain in past posts, and since then I’ve tried to wear more clothes, regardless of what my new shape is. This dress actually gives your shape an hourglass figure without having to squeeze your body into it. I love dresses that have mermaid effect to them so this dress was everything to me. Although the dress was pretty straight forward, my statement necklace from Fashion to Figure really brought out the neutrality of the dress.

What are your thoughts? See anything on GCGme’s website that catches your attention?

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A huge shout out goes to Brittanny Taylor for the snaps!!! Don’t they look regal?

Until next time,