I’m a size 22 & have found the perfect Xmas dress – it’s from New Look & you won't find anything as flattering | The Sun

I’m a size 22 & have found the perfect Xmas dress – it’s from New Look & you won't find anything as flattering | The Sun


A CURVY fashion lover has found the ultimate outfit for all the festive parties ahead – and we're sure it will make heads turn.

It may be just the start of November but it's time to get ready for Christmas – and if you're anything like the team at Fabulous, a sparkly dress is a must.

Luckily, one fashion lover, Jodie, has already started shopping for the festive season – and she reckons she's stumbled upon the perfect frock to stun the guests and Romeos in.

The Curve Black Glitter Wrap Midi Dress, by the fast fashion brand Quiz, retails for £36.99 and comes with the on-trend puff sleeve detailing.

The plus-size stunner, who had snapped up the bargain buy from New Look, had purchased the dress in a size 22 – however, you might want to be quick, as the stock is running low.

The sparkly little number runs in sizes 16 to 26 – but the majority of these have almost been sold out, so there's no time to waste if you want to look fabulous this Christmas.

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According to Jodie, from Essex, Quiz is your best bet if you're plus-size and on the curvier side, she noted in the video.

''Honestly – look at this! Quiz just does it for me every single time.''

Jodie, who was sporting a chic sleek back bun and gorgeous jewellery, said the midi frock would be perfect for a work Christmas party or going out with your friends.

As she posed in the showstopper of a dress, the style enthusiast demonstrated the pleated material on the front, which is perfect if you want to snatch your waist a little.

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All chuffed with her purchase, Jodie also pointed out to the sparkle detailing, as well as the split for a leggy display.

''Who said you can't be a plus-size girl and feel fabulous?


''You can feel fabulous whatever size you are,'' the stunner reminded.

''Just dress to impress yourself.''

Speaking of shopping, did you know you've probably been saying Zara all wrong?

Although it may seem pretty straight-forward – ''Zah-rah'' – turns out, it's not exactly the right way.

The fast fashion retailer – which was founded in the 1970s and has since soared in popularity – is based in Arteixo, Spain.

Whilst this fact may seem totally irrelevant, it actually bears quite an impact into how its pronounced, with locals reportedly saying it differently.

According to them, Zara is meant to be pronounced more like ''tsah-dah'', with the 'Z' coming out as a soft 'ts' sound, and the 'R' bearing resemblance to a light Ds.

The discovery, according to Tyla, was brought to everyone's attention by TikTok user @itstheerica, who joked in the caption of her video: "Debating I’d I go with being pretentious and saying it correctly or continue on knowing I’m saying it wrong."

One person said:  "I’d love to go back to living in ignorance."

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Another chimed in: "Say what now."

A third baffled user wrote: "it shook me."

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