The Curve Report: Denise Caldwell Decodes Your Holiday Party Dressing


Nov. 15 2013, Published 3:04 p.m. ET

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Hey Curvinistas! ‘Tis the Season to dressing fabulous at every holiday soiree. Start this festive season off in a seamless and chic way!

With your holiday calendar in full swing, let the festivities begin with my selects.Yves Saint Laurent once said, “Over the years I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who is wearing it." And isn’t that the truth? Put down that traditional LBD and go all out this holiday season. Besides, you can’t go wrong with a midi or mini dress and a sexy shoe! My post delivers some merry action for EVERY occasion. Send me pics of your fashionable selections on Twitter @DCFashionista1 using the hashtag #TheCurveReport.

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See you next Friday my Curivnistas! Or in a fitting room near YOU!


Worthington Belted Peplum Dress, $50

Solid Long-Sleeve Bodycon by Curvy Chic Boutique, $38

Nezetta Plus Size Cocktail Dress, IGIGI by Yuliya Raquel, $180.00

My Curvy Footnote: With my tips above, you will surely look hot for the holidays! However, don’t forget to make a stunning entrance with your smile.This holiday, dazzle them with your smile and your frock! Get picture ready in just 5 to 10 minutes with REMBRANDT Stain Dissolving Strips. It’s definitely a sexy essential and key accessory to looking fabulous! Smile bright like a diamond!

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