Double Take: Isla-Maree Miracle Dress

New Zealand plus size blogger Meagan Kerr wears Isla-Maree Curve+ Miracle Dress and Cotton On City Slicker Tote Bag

It’s important to me that my clothes are versatile. While I am a serial outfit repeater and will gladly wear the same clothes over and over (because going with what you love is important, right?), I want to be able to change them up for different occasions, different seasons, different moods. Take the Isla-Maree Miracle Dress for example: it has a reversible neckline (so you can wear it either way depending on your mood) and can be styled for almost any weather in a number of ways. Make sure you’re paying attention, because (spoiler alert!) you could win one of your own… View Post

Wardrobe Staples: Save vs Splurge

Wardrobe staples for any budget - save vs splurge

When it comes to wardrobe staples, I think that you can find something great no matter what budget you’re working with. I’ve picked out five of my must have wardrobe items and found an option that’s luxe and one that’s less expensive, so you can decide where you’re going to save and where you’ll splurge. View Post

Stripes on stripes

This is Meagan Kerr wears K&K Stripe Mixed Panel Dress and Wide Brim Sun Hat

Unless you are very very new to my blog, you’ve probably realised that I love stripes by now. And the only thing better than stripes is stripes on stripes, right? I went to K&K to check out what they’ve got in store this summer and tried on everything I could get my hands on (I share my changing room try ons in my Instagram Stories and on Snapchat so make sure you follow me there!), and the thing I loved the most was this dress. View Post

Short legs and cropped pants

New Zealand plus size fashion blogger Meagan Kerr wears Kate Madison Lace Up Side Top and Cropped Bengaline Pants from The Warehouse

I’m pretty short and proportionally I have a long torso and short legs. I thought that this was the reason it has always been a nightmare for me to find trousers that fit me properly. I have had to hem my trousers for as long as I can remember, because pants weren’t just an inch or two too long, they were six inches to a foot too long. That’s the size of a bloody Subway sandwich isn’t it? View Post