Winter Coats

Plus size coats for cold, windy and wet winter weather

Ahh winter. Depending on where you are, it can be cold, windy, or wet… and if you live where I do it can be all three in one day! I’ve had lots of people asking me about coats for winter (especially waterproof ones!), so I’ve done a bit of hunting and found options for all kinds of weather. Grab a cup of tea and take a look. 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

Style Inspiration: Callie Thorpe

This is Meagan Kerr plus size style steal - Callie Thorpe

The concept of celebrity is a really strange one to me, and often when people talk about celebrities I don’t know who they are (fun fact: I only found out who Beyoncé was a couple of years ago when people were talking about her in my office). When the theme of “celebrity style” came up for the NZ Style Curvettes outfit challenge I was a bit stuck, so I decided to steal the style of one of my fellow blogger babes. View Post

On the dot

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Today marks the winter solstice and I’m all rugged up and ready for cold weather. I’ve found myself wearing a lot of grey lately (along with my usual black), so this scarf feels perfect for breaking things up a bit. View Post

How to nail that job interview

Job interview // New Zealand plus size fashion blogger Meagan Kerr wears Wild Child Urban Stripe Bodice Tea Dress from Farmers, New Look Trenchcoat from ASOS, Donatella's Tights and Black Croc Ocean Shoes from Ziera

I’ve worked in a number of different jobs in my life, including being a dishwasher in a pub; working as an administrator in many fields including real estate, healthcare and in start-up companies; a teaching assistant in a high school (english, drama and dance) and for med students (gynae); and a photographer. I’ve also been a manager, and been on both sides of the table when it comes to the often-dreaded job interview, and there are a few tips that I’ve picked up along the way. View Post