Plus Size Fashion Rules Worth Breaking 

 August 19, 2015

By  Puja

“Keep calm and love your curves”

Yes……….. that is the Mantra you should believe on. Self-confidence is the best outfit you can ever have. Nowadays being a Plus Size is not a problem. So if you love your body then wear what you want and be happy no matter what your size!

Today I am here with a beautiful article I came across for all those beautiful plus size women. Gone are the days when you had to search for clothes like large, extra-large etc. Now this problem is being solved. Designer are focusing a lot on designing dresses for the plus size people and these days when you visit stores you even have a separate section in itself for plus size fashion and the same goes for online shopping.

So check out these plus size fashion rules worth breaking.

Plus Size Fashion

STICK TO SMALLER PRINTS – back in the day, plus sized women were told to stick to smaller prints to create the illusion of a smaller and slimmer silhouette. Today, we see gorgeous plus sized models rocking the biggest florals and the largest polka dots and they couldn’t look any more fab. As it turns out, print size doesn’t matter. What really matters is the way a piece of clothing fits on you and hugs your body.

Plus Size Fashion

COVER UP YOUR ARMS – big arms used to be considered a flaw in fashion but today, our plus sized fashion friends are showing us that you don’t need to cover up your arms if you don’t want to. You have as much right to bare your arms as the girl next door.

Plus Size Fashion
STEER CLEAR OF FITTED CLOTHES – women on the bigger side used to be told to stick to loose fitting clothes so as not to emphasize their curves too much. Who says that has to be the case with everyone, though? If you love your body and you’re proud of it, wear what makes you feel good and what you think makes you look good, even if that means skintight jeans and a graphic top.
Plus Size Fashion
Plus Size Fashion
Read more at: glamradar.com

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Hi, I am Puja. I am blogger, a social media enthusiast, internet marketer and a work at home mom for a 6 year old cute little girl.
I run a successful Indian food blog, which you can read at http://thetastesofindia.com in addition to running this fashion blog.
I have a very simple concept of Fashion - whatever you are comfortable in. I strongly believe in the quote, "'Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman."


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