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Posts from — March 2009

Curvy Dating Reality Show Casting Call

I received this call-out for curvy women to participate in a dating reality show. I don’t know any details beyond what appears on the website, but I thought it was worth posting.

From the Executive Producers of “The Bachelor” . . .

Finally, a relationship show for real people. Real women. Real sizes. Real love. It’s about time!

Are you confident, voluptuous and genuinely looking for love? Our landmark television series aims to prove that the only size that matters is the size of your heart.

In this romantic competition of love and seduction, one big and beautiful woman will become the envy of all others and attain the love of a lifetime.

A Major Television Network has heard your plea and is ready to help.

Doron Ofir Casting is currently casting REAL women who are curvy, beautiful, sexy, at least the age of 25 and appear under 33 who are ready to be introduced to their soul mate.

March 24, 2009   8 Comments

PZI Jeans – Jeans for Curvy Women

I first learned about PZI Jeans when I saw them featured on Fox 5 Atlanta. (Great introduction to the jeans.)

I love the concept–make jeans that fit female bodies rather than making female bodies meet the jeans. One point that really struck me:

Many denim lines provide jeans to the junior market, however few denim lines market directly to the missy customer who wants the trend style in jeans without compromising comfort.

That explains so much to me about the challenge of finding jeans that fit at a discount store like Old Navy–even though they go to a size 20 (in store) the cut is for a junior, so the fit is weird.

I’m really excited to be able to add PZI Jeans as an advertiser on the site. I try to choose brands to feature on the site that I wear myself, or that have a mission that I want to support. I really like their mission and philosophy. And I LOVE the truly CURVY models they use throughout their website.

They have created a unique sizing parameter, so you need to take your measurements to determine where you fit in their size chart. They go up to a size 16, but it is not a traditional 16, so even if you think this may be too small for you, take a look at the measurement guidelines before you decide.  You can order them through the ad above (which will soon appear to the right), or you can find them at select MACY’S stores, retail chain stores and other fine retailers and boutiques.

I’m still waiting for my pair, but I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve taken them for a test drive.

March 19, 2009   5 Comments