Food Trucks and Frocks

10 Jul 2017

Edinburgh based plus size style and fat positive blogger AmandaApparel wears a funky frock to The Pitt Market in this style post featuring Traffic People via Simply Be.

 

 

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Hey gang! Long time no blog! Summer is in full swing here in Edinburgh and that means FOOD TRUCKS! The Pitt is my personal favourite street food hot spot. Good eats, good tunes, and good company! 

 

Now I’ve had my eye on this dress ever since I saw it on megababe Zoë. Honestly, how INCRED does she look?! 

 

I would absolutely recommend sizing up in this dress if possible as it has absolutely no stretch. I’m wearing size 26 here, which is the largest size Traffic People currently make. It’s a big snug on me at the bust and at the elbow, but not to the point where it feels like it’s going to burst. I do think a stretch fabric would be a dramatic improvement though.

 

With a dress this bold, I opted for plain black sandals and a braided updo. This hairstyle is my new go-to style when it’s just too dang hot to wear my hair down. It’s deceivingly easy to do, and it gets LOADS of compliments every single time. 

 

 

Shop the look:

Dress: Traffic People via Simply Be

Sandals: Primark

Sunnies: Quay via Topshop

Bag: Old Ecote via Urban Outfitters

 

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Photos by Katrin Lange Design

 

Shot on location at The Pitt

 

 

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hiya! i'm amanda!

 
Plus size style and fat positive blogger. Born in Kansas City. Matured in Edinburgh Scotland. Feminist killjoy, Instagram fanatic, and avid user of the sparkle emoji. Expect outfit posts, fat activism,
and intersectional feminism.
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