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Plus Size Princess New Years Eve Favorites #PSPNYE!

January 15 2013 | CeCe Olisa

Plus Size Princesses around the world brought in 2013 in style and shared their pics with me on Instagram (I’m PlusSizePrincess on IG), it was so much fun to see the different outfits that we all put together. Thank you to all the PSPs that participated, we’ll definitely do this again soon! For the full range of photos click #PSPNYE on instagram.

I started my New Years Eve at church, praying in the New Year with my sister who was in NYC with me. After service I met up with Robert, his brother and their friends at a party in the village. Church and the club definitely require different outfits so… I went from “Holy” to “Hoochie” in one night 😉 Here’s what I wore:

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Old Navy stopped carrying their +size section in the store and moved it exclusively online but I’ve still been able to find clothes there. I never have a problem getting into an XL or XXL dresses or sweater in the stores (I’m working on fitting into their size 20 jeans, but I’m not there yet!). For the Hoochie portion of the evening, I took a knee length sequined skirt and wore it high on my waist to make it into a mini.

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It was hard to choose, but here are six of my favorite looks from the #PSPNYE feed. There was a great variety of casual looks as well as glamorous plus size dresses in the #PSPNYE feed, showing that there’s no right or wrong way to dress up for the New Year. Special shout out to Jwunderlin who borrowed her fur vest from her grandma (Love!)

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Shop their looks:

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10 responses on “Plus Size Princess New Years Eve Favorites #PSPNYE!

  1. Mandi Webster-Martin

    Wow. I’m so honored to be one of your favorite looks for New Years! My glitter dress was custom made for my belly dance troupe. We call them our “Motown Mermaid” outfits. When there are several of us on stage, we look like a 60s girl group. 🙂 I love reading your blog and all the inspiring stories. Because of my new found confidence and #healthycurves, I bought my first bodycon dress last week and wore it to the Lady Gaga concert last night. I felt amazing!

  2. mandi.webster.martin@gmail.com

    Wow. I’m so honored to be one of your favorite looks for New Years! My glitter dress was custom made for my belly dance troupe. We call them our “Motown Mermaid” outfits. When there are several of us on stage, we look like a 60s girl group. 🙂 I love reading your blog and all the inspiring stories. Because of my new found confidence and #healthycurves, I bought my first bodycon dress last week and wore it to the Lady Gaga concert last night. I felt amazing!

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