The Curvy revolution keeps blazing forward! CurvySwagger contributor, Chef Jeff Parker sent this Yahoo Shine article to me and it made my day.

It’s “curvy,” not “plus size.” Got it? That was the top response among women size 14 and over, when asked about their preferred marketing term in a recent survey by retailer Sonsi. – Yahoo Shine


Curvy Girl’s Working It: MYNT1792 + Plus Size Blogger Collab

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Image Via – MYNT1792 + Curvy Girls Post

Reading I was very excited to see that one of my favorite curvy bloggers, Nicole Mason of Marie Claire is joining several other curvy bloggers including Franceta Johnson, Kellie B., Nadia Aboulhosn, and Allison of Curvy Girl Chic to design for the line MYNT 1762.

Click onto the link above to read all the details and how you can purchase a “Pretty for a big girl” tee.

October Cancer Awareness: 5 Ways To Shop Pink Under $100!

th-5October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, but having recently lost my mother to Lymphoma I’m urging everyone to do all they can to support all cancer organizations.  An excellent way to contribute to cancer research is to purchase products that donate portions of their sales.

Here are five (5) awesome pink products under $100 that give back:

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– This is an awesome gadget to inspire you and keep better track of your health. I especially like that it tracks sleep and gave me quite a shock at how poorly my sleep is. You can also track your weight loss, food diary, work outs, water intake and even create a group to workout with your friends. The dashboard keeps track on your tablet, laptop or phone with a free app. $10 from every sale is donated to the American Cancer Society.


Pink Pony Umbrella/ – $95.00

– It’s the 10th anniversary for the brand which donates to cancer foundations around the world.

breast-cancer-1010-8-mdnCarryall/ – $75.

– Betsey Johnson, one of my favorite designers is never afraid of bright bold design. Her carryall supports the National Breast Cancer Coalition Fund and the Weill Cornell Breast Center. Much to my surprise she is a cancer survivor of 11 years.


Donna Karan Top/Saks Fifth Avenue – $35

– 100% of the sales go to Key To The Cure.

Hope Tee Shirt/ – $16.00

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For over a hundred other options for products that give back, check out Marie Claire‘s list: