Flattering clothes for a plus-size figure
Once upon a time a fairy godmother transformed Cinderella into a diva… Yeah size zero clothes were easy for her to find! Try dressing up slightly healthier women like me! But thanks to rising awareness about anorexia and other similar diseases, healthier body shapes are now being accepted as gorgeous too. Plus sized clothing has become more figure-flattering and accentuates the right curves.
It is all about dressing up the right attitude here, rather than dressing up the hour-glass body type. There are so many women like me out there who rank a little higher on the BMI scale but flaunt some of the best dresses, which any fashionista would envy. Yes, this is one diet that you all will love… Lose weight visually and mentally and dress up right!
Ruffles here are a smart pick. These tops are extremely flatting for a plus-size shape. Wearing certain clothes that has ruffles or floats away from the body is great too because it emphasizes the smallest part of the woman’s body, her waist. And this is very important for a plus size body type.
So if you want to rank high on the fashion quotient being you, check out these chic alternatives-
Accentuate your curves with this Jessica London plus sized top. The convertible top can be worn up or down. It features a tank under layer with a handkerchief point over-layer that attaches at the elasticized neckline. Made with rayon/ spandex, it flatters the figure, without being too clingy or highlighting the wrong areas.
Shy away from tank tops all those years because of that waistline, don’t stop yourself! Tiered tank tops are the perfect way to camouflage those holiday pounds (which you were carrying around since 2008). Wear them with skinny jeans or straight capri’s to highlight shapely legs and create the illusion of longer legs.