October 2017

GB Book Club Review: A New Model by Ashley Graham

We hope you enjoyed reading our second GB Book Club pick “A New Model “by Ashley Graham! We loved seeing your discussions on our GB Book Club Facebook Group and we hope you enjoyed the book as much as we did. We’ve got the final word from your host Brittany Gibbons – read on to get her review and keep an eye out for what we’re reading next!  read more

Shape Report: Fall 2017 Tips To Find Your Fit

We know style only goes so far, and fit is what takes your outfit the rest of the way! For this reason, we created The Shape Report to help find the looks that flatter your specific shape. We combined the hottest looks for this season, with tried-and-true fit tips to help you closet smartly. Read on for tips you might find helpful, but remember, there are no fashion rules, and we encourage you to find the things that make you feel your best! read more

We’ve Got a Style Crush On: Jeniese

We have a term for when an outfit catches your eye and you must have it: covet-worthy! In our Style Crush series, we spotlight one gorgeous look and the fashionista behind it—our very own fashion-focused version of #wcw, Woman Crush Wednesday. Check out our latest love below and tag your own crush-inspiring look with #ShareMeGB for a chance to be featured! read more

Brand Spotlight: Hutch for Gwynnie Bee

We love introducing new brands to the Gwynnie Bee community, and today is no exception. Welcome: Hutch! Known for their young, feminine, flirty silhouettes, dedication to impeccable fit, and special attention to fabric, Hutch joined the fun, yet sophisticated contemporary space on the GB website. We sat down with Daniel, owner and designer of Hutch, to talk finding the plus market, what a plus woman wants, and the keys to delivering it. We hope you fall in love with this brand addition, the way we have. read more

BHCC Relief Sale with Darlene and Sandra

Both Darlene and Sandra are proud children of Puerto Rican migrants. Darlene’s parents are from Manati and Arroyo but now call Manati their home. Darlene loves her little island as much as she loves her New York City hometown. Darlene remembers spending summers and holidays with her abuelita (grandmother) and now is in the process of building her own house in the same town. Sandra’s parents were both raised in the town of Santurce and while she considers herself a Newyorican, her parents made sure that she knew everything there was to know her culture. They particularly instilled in her the ideals of orgullo boricua – Puerto Rican pride! read more