kinky or edgy clubwear for plus size

(85 Posts)
happyAvocado Thu 16-May-13 22:10:23

I'd like to shop in an online shop in UK
so far I've found
www.lovehoney.co.uk/lingerie/sexy-plus-size-18/clubwear-dresses/

but not such big choice there

unless you can recommend a good shop I can walk in somewhere in London/SE

ParadiseChick Thu 16-May-13 23:37:54

I found a great seller on eBay, there's a lot of there.

Pabo used to be good but not sure about plus size, it's been a while!

Way to take the piss ladies, very clever hmm

MrsLettuce Thu 16-May-13 23:55:40

Er, excuse me <clutches pearls>. I've linked to several pretty nice things in plus size and a couple of things I think are phenomenal from Nermal's excellent link hmm

YoniTime Thu 16-May-13 23:56:09

ParadiseChick are you angry at me for insulting the tracksuitsad

Nermalkins Thu 16-May-13 23:59:42

Well she asked for edgy... Its different strokes and all thatgrin

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 00:00:16

It is what she means, isn't it?

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 00:00:28

Isn't it confused

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 00:05:14

No, I'm absolutely sure I've filled the brief (as it were). No piss taking of the OP by anyone. Some piss taking of the clothing, which clearly isn't to everyone tastes.

We're british (most of us) and we're supposed to titter about sex.

The jacket would be nice and warm and dry in our climate. <hoiks pants>

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 07:24:22

sorry for being brief in an opening post - I want a dress/top+skirt which isn't frumpy, one I can wear for fetish clubs

I would say my choice would be made of something along the lines:
www.libidex.com/html/cart/prod.asp?PID=206&CID=10003&SID=1&pg=2&item=Girls+Dresses
or
www.libidex.com/html/cart/prod.asp?PID=420&CID=10020&SID=1&pg=1&item=Girls+Libidex+Fantasy
or
www.ladylucie.com/50scircledress.htm

I like this one www.fetishwear-uk.co.uk/acatalog/info_3_333.html - but would need to be right for my 34HH bust smile

I am tempted to order :http://www.fetishwear-uk.co.uk/acatalog/info_6_5.html

and try with my non-pvc skirt, as top on it's own will def be hot to wear smile

so this is already good recommendation list

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 07:24:52
happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 07:26:56

I am going to enq about http://www.nicennaughty.co.uk/honour-plus-size-mystique-dress.html
as I am 5'3'' - it may be too long for me sad

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 07:29:00

THe Lady Lucie dress wins hands down IMO, if you can afford it definitely go with one of the pieces. The quality is bound <gniffle> to be much nicer.

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 07:29:49
happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 07:30:59

I agree MrsLettuce

also - not that hot when wearing it smile

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 07:32:03

Exactly. So much choice of colour too!

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 07:46:01

the problem may be that I may look like a lampshade with my size 20 in such dress smile

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 08:08:40

No, you won't at all. That style of dress is extremely flattering on a fuller figure here, here and here. The shape and the petticoat maximise curves really nicely.

Mendi Fri 17-May-13 08:30:22

OP, go to Honour on Lower Marsh behind Waterloo station. The staff in there are very nice and you can try it all on.

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 10:43:51

I would gladly got something in this style - it doesn't have to be pvc or rubber smile
24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m45eo4nCOf1qdfjjto1_1280.jpg

last time I went to Honour near Wateroo they had nothing for me - but worth checking again, I agree

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 11:13:59

Ah, right. That's from Lady Vintage, they do a 20 in the regular range and the plus size range. Great dresses. Do need a petticoat though.

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 11:14:50
happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 11:16:56

also petticoat

MrsLettuce Fri 17-May-13 11:32:47

Great choice!

YoniTime Fri 17-May-13 11:42:43

That's beautiful!

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 11:43:26

I'll order it and try - if my bust will look flat - I'll cry sad

happyAvocado Fri 17-May-13 11:49:31

no black petticoat in store sad

red won't do I think

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