It’s no secret I’m a big fan of Navabi’s clothes. In fact, I’m wearing my favourite denim dress from there now, which has hardly left my back since getting it.
Not only does it go up to a size 36, but the items are well made and luxurious the design and quality of some plus size brands on the high-street are shocking!)
The problem is, you get what you pay for – so it prices a lot of people out. Navabi is frankly expensive. I have however, written a guide on how you can get discounts on plus size clothes (including Navabi), but now, Navabi is working with influencers on collections that are way cheaper than the rest of the clothes.
One of these influencers is by Bethany Rutter from the Arched Eyebrow blog. I can’t remember exactly how I befriended Bethany, but it was during a time when I was discovering plus size fashion blogs and remember being obsessed with them. These girls were looking incredible, and wearing clothes I wished I could wear – but they were my size, or bigger and looked amazing. It took a while to figure that out in my brain.
Anyway, we ended up following each other on Twitter, got chatting and I even ended up on her podcast, Hello Friend.
Bethany has an amazing sense of style, so was so pleased to find out that she was one of the influencers and would be designing her own collection.
She also wanted to make it affordable, so the women who follow her – could actually afford the pieces. So if you want to own some Navabi luxe – Bethany’s collection is an excellent way to do it.
Bethany’s collection is colourful, bright and bold (no black tents) and items start from £49.99, so again, isn’t super cheap – but good value for money, considering the quality.
The second influencer is Aglae, a model who is one of the most beautiful women I’ve ever seen! Basically, I need her hair colour. Getting me some highlights next time I’m at the hairdressers.
I adore this collection and NEED this wrap dress below. I adore a stripe and it looks so feminine and yet comfortable.
Are you a Navabi shopper? Are you loving the new, more affordable collabs? Let me know in the comments.