About me


I'm a thirtysomething woman living in the south east of England. I have been writing this blog since 30th September 2011 and have very much enjoyed seeing it grow in popularity and reach.



My aim is to help women with curvaceous figures like mine to find lingerie, clothing, and footwear to suit their bodies. I want women to know that there is hope out there for us and there are ways of making fashion work for us. 

Curvy Wordy got its name thanks to the fact that I have an extreme hourglass figure, coupled with my love for writing. I use the word 'curvy' to describe my shape, rather than my size.

The reviews I write are completely unbiased, even when the item has been sent to me for review. My opinions and words are all my own. All posts are written by me, unless expressly stated otherwise.

My current vital statistics are:

(As at 26th June 2016)

Height: 5'5

Bust: 51"
Waist: 32"
Hips: 51"

Bra size: 32M (70M in Ewa Michalak). Please note that sometimes I wear swimwear in a smaller cup size (typically 34K) as it is rare to find bikinis and swimsuits in my actual cup size.

Dress size: Varies from brand to brand and dependent on fabric but usually a 14-16 in stretchy fabrics and 16-20 in non-stretch.

I am very happy to work with brands on a variety of levels; please feel free to contact me at curvywordy@live.co.uk.

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35 comments:

  1. Oh my, you are gorgeous! Wish I was as curvy as you! xxx

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  2. Oh my, you are gorgeous! Wish I was as curvy as you! xxx

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  3. I am not hourglass shaped like you, but I do have 34H bust and a chubby middle (34H-32-38). I find H&M very good for dresses. Their sizes are generous I find and there is always enough fabric to go over my boobs. I usually only need a 10 or a 12 in their clothes. Sometimes smaller.

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  4. The clothes don't make you look good. You make the clothes look good. :)
    You are amazing.

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  5. I agree with Tracy - you make the clothes you review look stunning. You are an inspiration to all us hourglass women. Thank you. Please keep writing x

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  6. I just had to write you. I love your blog and everything about it. Your lingerie posts have inspired me to finally get properly fitted (I went down three band sizes and up 8 (yes 8) cups!) and as a plus size woman your fashion posts have made me seriously rethink my wardrobe. You have the most fabulous sense of style and sophistication and I hold you as the perfect curvy role model. I only wish I lived in the UK so I could get you to take me shopping with you! Keep up the wonderful work and know how much all your readers appreciate the effort you put into it and how many lives you touch on a daily basis.

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  7. At the risk of sounding like a complete stalker, I absolutely adore you and your blog. A few months ago I was feeling down in the dumps about being a plus size woman but thanks to you and your wonderful blog I now see myself in a completely different light. I see how it IS possible to find clothing that works for me and a whole new world of lingerie has opened itself up to me. I had no idea how many places in the UK there were to get fitted professionally, rather than somewhere awful like M&S. And the plus size clothing available on the internet is great and you have helped me to find new options for this. Thank you for writing and for changing my life and I hope you will continue with your blog for many years to come. I always look forward to reading your posts xxx

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  8. I'm almost the same size as you: 46-30-45
    I was so glad to find a woman curvy like me!
    I struggle a lot here in Brazil to find bras that fit me. I normally don't, they are always big in the band and my back aches a lot. Now I can read your reviews and try to find the perfect bra overseas!
    I wish you loads of success. You are beautiful!

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  9. Absolute stunner. A guy like me would be honoured to be with you.

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  10. I'm almost the same size with similar shaped breasts. (I'm 46-31-46) I'm not excited to follow you on bratabase and look through your blog to find some good leads for myself. Thanks from women like me who had long given up on looking good.

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  11. I'm hoping you and your blog readers can help me...I'm getting married in June and the husband to be loves turquoise coloured underwear. There is loads of choice available in this colour if your bust size is 'average'. I'm struggling to find anything in a 32DD...any help or advise would be much appreciated!

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    1. Bravissimo have some lovely turquoise options in a 32DD, have a look over there :)

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  12. http://musingsandmusicnotes.wordpress.com/2014/03/15/ewa-michalak-ch-lilia-custom-order/

    I'd be honored if you'd share my blog review... since you're THE expert in all things Ewa

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  13. Can I say *thank you* SO much for putting your measurements?! I have been browsing all through your blog, having stumbled across it whilst searching for bra information, and kept thinking 'wow, she looks great, my arse must be about 5 times her size though!' - its NOT! :D OK, its a few inches bigger still, (but shrinking at the moment as I firm up), however its so encouraging to see someone not that different from me looking just so amazing! THANK YOU again! :D
    Unfortunately I now live in Australia rather than the UK, so finding clothes is a massive issue (long story), and shopping online can be rather hit or miss, so thank you as well for all the lovely lovely pictures as it really helps decide what to get and not have to spend stupid amounts posting stuff back that doesn't fit :)
    You're a complete star and SO stunning!

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  14. Thank you for all your bra reviews, they are so helpful. I would love it if you could add a list in your "About Me" section with the brand, style & size you wear for the each of the bras you review or wear. I think it would help so many ladies with similar measurements to see it all lined up as far as what fits you.

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    1. All that information is already on here somewhere, just not on this page. Also you can find it on Bratabase. Don't ask Caroline to do more than she already does, she works so hard on her blog and does it in her 'spare' time so as readers we shouldn't put even more pressure on her. Do the ground work yourself!!

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  15. Beautiful. What really women are supposed to embody. Love your blog!

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  16. Thanks for your blog.I hail from the US, where they are apparently afraid of shapely women. I am 5'2": 34j or 36H in UK sizing. (or 48-34-46). Its so nice to see someone that is kinda shaped like me. Makes me feel like less of a freak.

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  17. Your "hour glass" figure makes any man want to check the time.

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  18. you are so sexy and gorgeous.

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  19. you are a very gorgeous girl,love the photos..

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  20. Thanks, finally a blog for us curvy ladies! Being a size 18,brasize 36k myself, I think your blog is extremely encouraging. We curvacious women can look gorgeous and sexy! Thanks a million!

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  21. All I can say, is that this lady is absolutely gorgeous, the definition of female beauty! This is what we men (whether we admit it or not) are looking for; unfortunately, it is extremely rare to find such a piece of art nowadays...

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  22. I think that it would be a good idea, if a sculpture was made, exactly replicating this lady's proportions. This way it could remain eternally, for reference, as well as a tribute to female beauty.

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  23. A close friend of mine always talks about how much he likes super-thin women. One day, I saw his jaw drop in admiration: he was staring at a curvy lady…
    We men have to conform to current trends when declaring what we like in a woman. In reality, though, there are much deeper, eternal and natural factors. In my opinion (which, I believe, is shared by most men), you represent the ideal of beauty, elegance, class, femininity. What I see, is a magnificent masterpiece that makes the world look more beautiful. And yes, a naked statue should be made of you, so that this beauty and these incredible proportions survive for eternity.

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  24. I think you should also explore another direction, and create a series of “artistic” photographs of yourself. It is rare, perhaps surprising, that a woman that amazingly looking like you, is not doing it (you have posted very few such pictures, that show how fantastic they can be). And please don’t be shy or modest. It means a lot for the world (and not only for us, men) that a woman that beautiful, elegant and sexy, exists. You are a masterpiece, a jewel; please, don’t deprive the world of your beauty.

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  25. Absolutely & unequivocally beautiful! 10/10

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  26. How come I don't see a great, big, fat rock on your pretty hand?

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  27. Excellent blog! Keep up the good work.

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  28. I just came across your blog, I'm 55 size 14/16 and 34jj having seen you in a bikini and my body being not dissimilar you gave me confidence to buy bikini's and feel ok about having a little bit of wobble..you are wearing some of the ones I bought...keep up the good work

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