Welcome to Blonde in the District, an award winning Washington DC & Virginia life, style, beauty, and travel blog dedicated to body positivity and encouraging women to find their confidence through style.


2019 Recognitions        

Named 2019 Washingtonian Magazine Style Setter.

Voted BEST of NoVA 2019 FASHION BLOG by Northern Virginia Magazine.


April 3, 2018

Birds of a feather flock together…..and us birds flock to LOFT.

The past few months I have been seriously loving on LOFT for their celebration of body diversity. In February, the brand launched their Plus line, which I had been waiting years for! As a long-time customer of LOFT, I always shopped the brand but I couldn’t always wear certain items. Now, with the launch of the Plus line, I am able to shop everything and anything at LOFT, and let me tell you- it feels amazing.

With the addition of the plus options, LOFT is one of the most size inclusive brands with options for straight sizing, petite, tall, plus, and maternity. With all sizing options available for all bodi...

February 21, 2018

By now I’m sure you’ve seen my recent post about LOFT. LOFT has been a store I have shopped at for many years, and their launch of the plus line is legit life changing for me. I can now fit into items that were off limits like pants and jeans, and the new styles fit me perfectly.

Last Thursday night I co-hosted the LOFT Plus Pop-Up Party at the Tysons Corner location. This event is one of eight in their pop-up events around the country. Currently the plus line is only available online, so the pop-up’s are where you can actually go to try on and see the product in real life. The Tysons event was extra special, as you could actually buy the product too, instead of just or...

February 14, 2018

For my entire life, sizing has been a style challenge for me. Before I really identified with plus apparel, I would find myself shopping in stores desperate to find something that fit. I had a small list of go-to stores that I would frequent and rely on to still fit my curves with their sizing standards. One of these stores was LOFT.

I have personally been a LOFT shopper for many, many years. While I've had issues with sizing for some of their pieces, LOFT was one of the only "straight" stores that I could walk into knowing I'd find something that could fit my curves. It would sometimes be a toss up on what would fit, depending on the style of the item, but I consiste...

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