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Perth, Apr 5, 2012 (Global Fashion Wire) - It's on the Plus Side has been styling fuller figured women including celebrities for many years. Owner and designer of the Plus Side label, Cheryl Zuvelek, has a passion for making curvy women look and feel stunning in designs that compliment her curves. It is her belief that confidence and self esteem are enhanced by the clothing one wears and that every woman deserves to feel beautiful.

Cheryl's expertise has been finely honed through years of experience in teaching voluptuous women new ways to appreciate their shape and emphasising their lush-a-liscious assets.

PLUS SIDE is proud to announce the launch of the much anticipated Femin-a-Luscious Collection for Spring/Summer 2012/2013 at Savoir Faire Perth Fashion Week.

It's all about feeling fabulous, feminine and lusciously sexy. The combination of comfort, simplicity and elegance with cuts that flatter a curvy silhouette takes you from urban day to evening wear with the one garment or classy separates in styles that are current if not fashion forward.

The collection includes some 'curvaceous' party wear not yet captured in the Australian market that is designed to accentuate the curves you have been blessed with. Each piece has been carefully planned to suit fuller figured woman and sustain each season ensuring you look and feel fabulous all year round.

The PLUS SIDE range is aimed at filling that gap of fashionable size 12 to 30 clothing for ladies aged 20 to 50 that so many women in the marketplace have been asking for.

Ensure you get your seat and book your tickets for the Savoir Perth Fashion Week - Its On The Plus Side Show Now!

Visit the Plus Side website for more information, or visit the Plus Side Facebook.

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