Plus Size Gala Gown

With the Ebony Gala on the horizon and holiday parties galore, the plus size gala gowns are flying off the racks. Luckily, I did my research early. I knew this year; I wanted to keep up with the sequins theme, but then it hit me: you got curves too girl! Without any hesitation, I knew to head to Eloquii to find this look. When it comes to diversity in holiday or gala gowns, Eloquii (http://bit.ly/2h0xAWG) is going hard or goes home. And their price point for some of the trendiest looks is impeccable. While pay 400 for a dress that you may wear once, when you can pay 170.00 and rest assured, Eloquii always has a sale (FYI, today they are offering 60.00 dollars off of dresses jackets and coats).

While browsing their website, 43 items with sequins! Yup, 43 items, with 30 of them being clothes! ISN’T GOD GOOD? And yes, 90% of them qualify for 60.00 off (Happy Shopping). After going back and forth on their One Shoulder Pailette Dress or Long Sleeve Sequin Wrap Dress  And then a contender came out of nowhere: The Studio Sequin Fitted Gown . I was sold! After seeing the dress on Philomena, I knew this dress would be the one that made all the heads turn.

I made sure to get a dress that was one size larger; just to make sure there were enough room move and dance. It was perfect. If you are looking for an inexpensive dress, which provides lots of quality, you have to try out The Studio Sequin Fitted Gown from Eloquii. I mean, technically, they are all great, but this dress is BAE!

Which dress would you pick? If you are getting a dress from Eloquii and you post the picture, MAKE SURE YOU TAG ME!!

Without further adieu, I present The Studio Sequin Fitted Gown from Eloquii (I know, I am a force, but the dress made me do it):

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Outfit Details

Dress: Eloquii

Shoes: Ashley Stewart (sold out, but I found a similar one at Amazon)

Fur Stole: Old, from a thrift shop. But I found a similar one at Amazon.

Until next time,

Chardline.