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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The Lady Is A Vamp

Unless you've been living under a pinup-less fashion rock you would know of the Deadly Dames Vamp style dress and top and how amazing they are for all shapes and sizes. The Vamp was my second purchase from the Deadly Dames line and ever since the first wear I've been addicted to the fit, shape, colours and prints. 



While I was in love with the both the red and black version of the Vamp I fell even harder for this style when the previews of dress, top and matching skirt were released. I'm usually not a fan of pink in any way but the stunning floral pattern on the Baton Rouge floral won me over instantly.A deep fuchsia like pink with blue and green mixed within. A great shade for all skin and hair colours! This dress comes with a matching pink belt to cinch in your waist and I can't wait to pair the belt with other dresses and skirts in my collection. 

I wear each vamp in a size XL and I've found the fit to be 100% perfect. If at first you find the bust not fitting correctly be sure to adjust the straps like you would your own bra. I can wear this style with or without a bra and still be fully supported. These images were shot by Robin Elk Photography over the weekend.


Now when I saw this range previewed I could not choose between all 3 floral and to be honest I wanted them all! But I chose to purchase one dress and one skirt/vamp top combo so I could have 3 options for outfits. The Cream Floral is by far my favourite and I love the pale floral print paired with my hair colour and fair skin. These two items can be worn as a set or on either owned paired with pink, green or black tops and accessories. 

The skirt in the cream floral is an absolute dream to wear. The perfect amount of stretch and firm tightness so it hugs your hips and show's off your curvy waist. The best feature of this skirt has to be the belt loops and contrasting belt. I'm a sucker for anything with belt loops and can't get enough of this design. 

This skirt is currently sold out but you can still purchase the top and the cream rose vamp dress! Pink and cream not your colours? Well there is one more print available that might appeal to the extra vampy pinup lovers. The Black Floral Print is a darker version of this floral print, focusing on blacks, greens and pink. I added my leather biker jacket to this outfit to bring a little more rock and roll to the look and I love the combination of floral and leather. 




The red polka dot version was my first vamp and together with Jaimie Nicole we photographed it in one of Melbourne's Tiki bars. This was THE dress that started the addiction in 20111 and I've never parted with it. Pairing this with cardigan, bolero's and lace moto jackets this has been worn to death but I treasure it like crazy. I also own the Black version of this dress but oddly enough I've never shot it! 

 


After having such success  I purchased two of the Vamp Tops and loved them just as much as the dress. Starting with the red and black version's they are the best shape for curvy hour glass figures and are amazing on a GG bust. They are long enough to be worn with skirts and jeans but can be tucked into high waisted style bottoms with ease. I've honestly never felt more confident and sexy then when I'm wearing my vamps. The first image was shot by Julz Photography and the second was part of my Plus Model Magazine editorial a few years ago by Jaimie Nicole

Now in my collection I have 3 vamp dresses and 4 tops! I've purchased a few others over the years but found that some colours did not suit my skin tone and that zebra though super cute was not really me. I can't wait to see what the future has in store for my favourite boobie maximizing style and what stunning patters and colour ways are going to be introduced. I'm crossing my fingers and toes for an emerald green and royal blue as the Doris Tops cam out in these shades mid last year. 




1 comment:

  1. The neckline on the tops is phenomenal ... you look absolutely amazing!

    C xx
    http://curvygirlthin.blogspot.co.uk

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