Style [AD] - Yoek Plus Size Fashion

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[The garment in this feature was gifted]

Howdy! First and foremost you will notice a little change to how I do things. There's a whole lot of new guidelines in regards to bloggers and transparency. So from now on, if I have been gifted an item or paid to write a post you will see [AD] in the title and I will clarify in the first line of text. 

Right, now I've got the boring stuff out of the way, service as usual. Yoek are a brand I've been aware of for years, Rivkie from Slink Magazine has been a long time fan and always looks fab in their stuff. So, while looking for new brands to bring you this year on the blog I took a moment to introduce myself to the team. 

Something for Everyone

I wouldn't say Yoek was one thing or one particular style, but I would say that there's probably something for everyone. There's a mix of athleisure, statement pieces and more classic styles. Personally though, I was particularly drawn to the Portraits range, it's packed full of clean lines and bold prints. Right up my street eh? 





Bonkers for Bodil


The second I saw the Bodil print I fell in love. It's bold, it's monochrome, it's everything I look for in a garment. I was torn between the three garments in which this print comes in, but eventually went for the dress as I know I would wear the life out of it in the summer, but could layer it up until things warm up. 


The Lowdown

Size-wise I went for the 46/48 which is a UK 20/22. It's generous and oversized, so definitely go for the smaller end of your size bracket. The fabric is a silky soft, lightweight polyester. It's definitely not a budget friendly price. Yoek are around a mid-high price point, but much like some of the other higher priced brands I've covered, the quality is evident in the design, fit and fabric. It literally glided onto my body like a swath of silk. It fitted perfectly, no awkward tugging or pulling. 




I'm definitely a Yoek convert. It will of course be a treat, but I know when I'm looking for something that little bit different, more stand out, I'll be heading to the site to see what they have in store. 




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