The glamourous Enshantay from Montreal blessed us with her presence at the Dolly Shots Studio for a major collab with Gigi’s House of Frills and Dolly Shots Photography! Check out part one of our epic photoshoot and shop the looks from Gigi’s House of Frills!
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Lingerie provided by Gigi’s House of Frills
SHOP THE LOOK
Shot at Love Bird Loft
Photos by Dolly Shots Photography
It’s been quite a while since I shared some photos of myself, Dolly Monroe, the doll behind the photos! So today I am sharing some of my favs from the last year of working with Taeden of Gloomth!
Model Dolly Monroe
Outfits by Gloomth & the Cult of Melancholy
Photos by Taeden
Boss Bitch, Betty Quirk, is back for another super fun photoset! In this set the uber talented Betty models an outfit she designed and created topped off with a Quinntessentials name plate necklace!
Enjoy and stay safe!
Dress and Shrug by Betty Quirk
Necklace by Quinntessentials by Charlie Quinn
Photos by Dolly Shots Photography
I am thrilled to share a very special post with you this week! I have teamed up with the pantyhose brand Sheertex to test out one of their products, the Opaque Pantyhose!
Sheertex sent me a the 2X/3X size of their Opaque Pantyhose to test out. Sheertex uses one of the world’s strongest fibers in the proprietary knit used in their products, which makes them more durable than any other kind of pantyhose on the market. Strength and durability are important features for me in tights because I am so prone to catching them and having them run after hardly any wear. The fabric used in these tights felt comfortable, breathable and I could feel how strong they were by tugging on the fabric.
Another fabulous feature of these tights was the size, especially the height of them on my torso. Because they went all the way up to the bottom of my bra it gave my figure a nice smooth line and the size was large enough for my plus size body that they didn’t feel restrictive or uncomfortable. I can image getting through an entire day of work in these pantyhose or even eating a big meal!
I can’t wait to try out more products from Sheertex and I hope you try them out as well! For my amazing followers, please use the code below for an exclusive Classically Curvy offer!
You can use code: CLASSICALLYCURVY10 for $10 off your first purchase with Sheertex. Enjoy!
Photos by Lunar Replicant
I’m so pleased to share anther fun, photoset this week from Gloomth & the Cult of the Melancholy!
This look includes Gloomth’s Heart Shaped Box Dress and Leggings as well as some lovely vintage pieces and some of my favourite earrings from Rosita Bonita!
It’s time to spill the tea with one of my favourite clothing brands; Gloomth & the Cult of the Melancholy!
I am thrilled to share another beautiful photoset from Gloomth, this time to showcase their Tassology dress and leggings.
I was so thrilled to work with the fabulous Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy again to shoot this gorgeous red, velvet, Dracula’s Bride dress! This would be wonderful outfit to wear for your holiday parties this year so get yours today! Check out all the beautiful designs from Gloomth!
This week I have another lovely photoset for you from my shoot with Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy! This time I am donning the “Vintage Toys” skater dress. The incredible prints used in these dresses were designed by Gloomth’s Taeden Hall from a composite of her own found objects. I am so blown away by the creativity she brings to Gloomth through her designs, drawings, and photography. Taeden is truly a multitalented creator with an unending supply of twisted ideas and it’s always such a joy to work with her!
Happy October and Happy (almost) Halloween!!
I’ve been a busy bee for the past few months doing lots of shoots, both in front of and behind the camera, and I’m ready to get back to posting regularly here at Classically Curvy!
To start off, I had a lovely time modelling for the alternative fashion brand Gloomth & The Cult of the Melancholy in a few of their classic skater style dresses. The first look was this whimsical “Doll Hospital” dress. We were lucky enough to find the perfect setting in front of an out of commission ambulance to shoot this look.