As women we all know the importance of having 'Ladies nights' for some it's staying home with girlfriends and cooking a dinner, or loading up on chocolates and wine and watching a movie with girlfriends, for others it's getting dolled up for a night on the town – that's my idea of a perfect ladies night! I made some new friends recently who originally bonded over our love for City Chic and other curve friendly fashions, they later formed a group that was devoted to living a healthy and positive lifestyle and learning the importance of self love. A Girls weekend was planned for last weekend and a night out was on the cards for the Friday night. We all met up at a hotel in Brisbane (my home town) dolled ourselves up, had a mini fashion parade, sang Adele at the top of our lungs and got ready for a night on the town (a few bottles of wine may have also been devoured). As you can tell by some of the photos most of the ladies are City Chic fans, the hotel room almost resembled a City Chic shop! Sisterhood is a very special thing and I would be lost without my friends (both new and old). I had such a great time bonding with new friends, and what made it even more special was that we were all like minded Curvy Chic's who were ready to flaunt our curves on the dance floor, (with the help of some HOT City Chic dresses and a bold, sexy and sassy attitude!). The ladies also went out for a group dinner on the Saturday night which I sadly couldn't make, City Chic still made a huge appearance though ;).
|Group Shot before hitting The Valley|
Me with my new partner in crime Mel.
Myself and the gorgeous Karina
The lovely ladies on Saturday night
Beautiful Krystal and Tash
As you can see by the photos City Chic outfits were out in force! The Lace Back Floral Tunic, Stripe Military Girl Dress, and the Military Shirt Dress, all made an appearance, as well as City Chic jeans and even a few 'vintage' City Chic pieces! How amazing do all the girls look! I love how City Chic can make us curvy girls feel and look amazing. I am wearing the Fringe Detail Tunic in a Size M, honestly ladies how is this dress not sold out? It is amazing, yes at first when I tried it on I was a bit worried I looked a bit Jon Bon Jovi-ish circa his fringed jacket days but once I got over that I realised how amazing it looked on, and most importantly how comfortable it felt! It's extremely versatile as well and can be worn to a variety of occasions. I wore it with a pair of Full Length Leggings, Black peep-toe wedges and a flower halo in my hair. I would also wear it to festivals in the summer with leggings and a pair of sandals. The Fringe Detail Tunic is actually HALF PRICE on the City Chic website at the moment so I'm going to order another because I know I will wear mine until it falls apart. I'm going to order my best friend one as well and help share the City Chic love!
The City Chic Spring collection has just launched. I love the Pretty Mermaid Corsage dress and the Sexy Bandage Dress. Both would be perfect for a Ladies Night filled with cocktails and dancing.
Now that you have seen the pictures and read about my perfect 'Ladies Night' I want to hear all about your idea of a perfect Ladies Night, more importantly what City Chic piece would you wear to your Ladies Night?