006: The Plus Bus (plus size clothes swap) w/ Jen Wilder

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Jen Wilder joins me on the Big Curvy Love podcast this week and we chat about her latest entrepreneurial venture,  The Plus Bus. Jen is a Los Angeles based fashion designer ant he co-founder of The Plus Bus.

We chat about how it came about, what to expect when you visit the plus bus and where the bus will be next. We also discuss  what you should and shouldn’t bring to a clothes swap , what you can expect in terms of sizing, pricing, and quality of clothing and I also ask for tips on how to host your own plus size clothes swap in your town!

Big Curvy Love Podcast

Links Mentioned 

The Plus Bus 

My experience at The Plus Bus (previous post)

Dressed For Success 

How to Host Your Own Clothes Swap  (previous post)



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Kelly Glover is an Australian living in Los Angeles and created this plus size fashion blog as a place for curvy women to get info and advice on plus size dating, celebrity and fitness. contact@bigcurvylove.com

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