The first ever Boston Curvy Fashion Week (BCFW) made its debut on July 23rd – 26th and yours truly had the opportunity to join in on the celebration of fashion, women, and curves!
Sandra Augustin is the Founder of BCFW. Her incredible efforts and supportive team is the reason why BCFW was an unforgettable show. You can read more about why she brought BCFW to Boston HERE! I’ll jump right into the fashion, as there was plenty of it!
On Saturday morning, we started the day with the Talbots Fashion Show & Styling Event where models walked down the store’s regal staircase one by one dressed in a range of plus size pieces from their collection.
It was great to see the versatility of looks they modeled from sportswear to professional attire.
Here are some pics from the show:
The textured tweed jacket (pictured upper right) caught my eye immediately, so I had to try it on myself! Who do you think wore it better?
I have a little obsession with cardigans, but a full blown love affair with their Diamond Tapestry cardigan in blue! It has such a flattering cut and completely comfortable – I’m sold!
As always, Ask Fashion did not disappoint and Amanda’s collection packed a full punch with one stunning look after another.
All in all, it was a great event. Not only was there fashion, but wonderful and interesting people.
In addition to the fashion component, there were also workshops held on the last day, which I found to be extremely insightful and motivational. I will be posting about those workshops on my site, Dressing Room 8.
I’m excited about attending next year’s BCFW and hope to see more curvy and plus size fashion weeks pop up across the country in the years to come!
Thanks for reading!
Natasha is the owner and co-founder of Dressing Room 8, an online platform dedicated to helping women find empowerment through fashion. Aside from being a professional fashionista and fashion blogger, Natasha is also a published poet, an animal lover and activist, and an Adjunct Professor at Nassau Community College where she teaches Introduction to Women’s Studies.