Our H dress from the new Spring summer White Label collection, was included in Sarah Vine’s recent article in the Daily Mail.
In the article, Sarah gives advice to plus size women on where to shop whilst testing out five different plus size brands and outfits. She offers tips on how to feel confident whilst conquering shopping on the UK High street.
She says ‘ head straight to Anna Scholz, whose clever, on-trend designs have never failed me.’
Check out the link for the full article.
‘I thought I’d share a pic of me in the gardens of Grosvenor Hotel in Pulford Cheshire today trying to encourage some brighter weather in Anna’s lovely colourful double silk print dress.’
Customers: we invite you to submit your photos now for the photo contest for February . E-mail us snaps of you in your favourite Anna Scholz looks to email@example.com for publication on our blog, and you’ll be entered to win a £100 online shopping voucher. Whether you’re out on the town or just hanging out, we’d love to see how you lend your personal flavour to Anna’s clothes.
A Japanese fashion magazine La Farfa is trying to change the way the nation thinks about plus-sized Asian women. They’ve adopted the new term ‘’marshmellow girl’ as a positive description for larger women. Asian and Asian-American women have recently begun speaking out about the pressure they face to live within the stereotype of being a thin, petite Asian girl, and it seems things are slowly changing.
La Farfa recently became the country’s first plus-sized fashion magazine, giving style and clothing advice to Asian ladies of plus size. Last year, they also threw the country’s first plus-size fashion show.
Now, La Farfa is trying to change the way Japanese women discuss their body types. In its most recent issue, the magazine featured plus-size model Goto Seina, labelling her “marshmallow girl.”
Seina and many Asian and plus size women find the term positive and empowering, but what’s you look on it? Is it the right label for plus size women? Do you think it’s a positive or negative term?