Style 1: Mid-length lace dress
No more wracking your brains on what to wear to that next hip party in town. Pick a lace dress in a soild colour. We all know the effect black has on us, big girls. If you are not comfortable in an all-lace dress, pick one that comes with lace sleeves, like the one in the pic. A dash of red in the heels, and a mini clutch are all you will need to finish the look. P.S: No forgetting the bold lips.
Style 2: High-waisted flowy skirt
Whosoever said flowy skirts are not for the plus-sized. All you need is to get the styling right. Pick a skirt in a pale palette, in olives or peaches, in short, something that flatters your complexion, and team with a top in a solid-colour. To up the glam factor, you may want to add a scraf, or a short short sleeveless jacket over the top. Keep accessories to a minimal since the skirt is going to already be a style stopper. A pretty neckpiece will do or danglers will do.
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Style 3: Floor length dress
Nothing spells glam chic better than a floor length dress. Whether it’s a dinner or a formal gathering, make the floor length dress your BFF, to look effortlessly chic. A flowy deep neck dress with a high waist, will perfectly flatter your curves. Add to it a striking neckpiece, and slip into high heels, for an evening high on glamour.
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Style 4: Jumpsuit
If jumpsuits have not figured in your scheme of things until now, it’s time you included this fashion staple into your wardrobe. This cut or shape is particularly important for curvaceous figures as it emphasizes the narrowest section of the body, thereby creating an ideal hourglass outline. You can choose it dress it up with high heels for a dressy do, or dress it down with a denim shirt, a summer jacket and sandals, for a more casual look.
Style 5: Culottes
If you thought culottes were not for you, think again! Culottes actually flatter plus-size shapes in a distinct way of their own. You can team these cropped culottes with a short top, or if you are too conscious of drawing attention to your middle, team the top with a short jacket. Layering up can do wonders to the culotte way of dressing up.
Style 6: Pleated skirt
They are all over the place, but have still not found a way into your wardrobe. Opt for one immediately. Nothing looks daintier on a fuller figure the way a pleated skirt does. If you are in the mood to layer up, bravely sport the tucked-in look, with a nice jacket thrown over, or pair it with a mid-length top. Either way, you will draw a lot of attention.
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