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Get Into The Curve with Top Curvy Limerick Model




Get Into The Curve with Top Curvy Limerick Model – Limerick’s own Sinead O Brien has fast become one of Ireland’s leading plus size models having signed a contract with top modeling agency Andrea Roche and winning the Face of Tempted plus size clothing boutique last year. Sinead is also an award winning classically trained soprano singer. As a graduate from Limerick Senior College with a diploma in Fashion Styling and Retail, Sinead has started her own blog dedicated to curves, fashion and dressing your shape. The blog which has been running since December 2012 has had a huge following, continuously growing with dedicated followers with questions on how to dress their shape or where to get that perfect outfit, be it for a wedding or a night out. Sinead is at hand with all the answers on how to disguise those unwanted areas and helping you show off your best assets.



Having worked on numerous fashion shoots herself with top stylists such as Cathy O Connor and featured on X-Pose, Ireland am, national shoots, fashion shows, Sinead has picked up on all the tips a curvy girl could ask for.

As a size 18 Sinead has always embraced her curves and believes that no matter what size or shape you are you can look good and feel confident when you have the right outfit.

” I have always been approached by girls who were from a size 14 up on where i got my clothes and how i dress my shape, after winning the Face of Tempted i thought it was a great idea to start a curvy blog as there are not that many out there when it comes to plus size girls. I love fashion and love my curves and the blog is my way of helping girls finds that perfect outfit for any occasion. My blog is all things curvy but also focuses on accessorizing and keeping up with the latest trends in fashion and beauty.”

You can visit Sinead’s fashion blog Get into the Curve at

You can visit Sinead’s site for her music at

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.

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