Size Clothing Style Tips And Shopping Guide

Women, what are our biggest problems? We have to get full-figured clothing that will truly boast our beautiful curves. There are hundreds of colours styles and brands to select from, but if it doesn’t boast our bodies, we will not feel our best.

Scoop Neck of the guitar vs. V-Neck

Luckily for us, scoop neck of the guitar and v-neck t-shirts can look nice on all kinds of plus-size figures. A more substantial scoop can fire-up a costume, while an inferior scoop will just show a hint of cleavage. A v-neck top can be both moderate and captivating. V-necks have a tendency to extend your neckline and bring more focus on that person. They’re known as a closet must-have and come in everyday, job, or dressy styles. In addition they look good with just almost anything.

Pretty Plus-Size Tops

What do we want? Simply, a beautiful top that will highlight our curves! Black is slimming, but sometimes we want more! How about colour, different fabric, or trendy styles? Yes, we can have those too! Images are also very flattering. Select a nice, smaller print (flowers are excellent, but don’t wear a sizable floral printing), or a slimming vertical line print.

Sexy Empire Midsection / Baby Doll Tops

Baby doll plus size top are featured as an empire (higher) waist, and a beautiful bodice that flares out just a bit. Now, almost all of us didn’t know this, but baby doll styles are incredible for plus size figures, given that they can hide the parts of our tummies that people may feel unpleasant about. An empire waist also puts focus on the smallest part of our own waists, creating more of an hour-glass shape. Search for the perfect baby doll top in a trendy vintage design: floral, paisley, or an interesting colour. They’re so sexy when paired with plus size trousers or a simple skirt.

The Old Rule: “Fussy Details Like Ruffles Will Only Draw Unwanted Focus”

The new rule: Put those details to work for you! Of course rocking a massive fabric flower on your least-favorite feature is an awful idea. But when properly placed, little extras can be like waving a sorcerer’s wand. “Ruching is really good at forgiving areas where you need a bit more support by creating shape without adding volume,” says Moses. “Curved princess seams in the sides of jackets and shirts will give you more of a designated waist.” And, yes, even ruffles can do their part. “Be strategic about where they’re placed—vertical ruffles on one side of a skirt or dress are elongating, and they’re also pretty on sleeves, cuffs, and the hem of the skirt for drawing the eye,” says Moses.

The Old Rule:“You Should Never Wear White”

The new rule: The key to a flattering garment comes down to fit, not color, says celebrity stylist Susan Moses. “White does not make you look larger if you find the right pieces, just as black will not make you look smaller if it doesn’t fit properly,” says Moses. (The exception: On camera, wearing white can make you appear bigger.) When shopping for white clothing—Moses is a fan of white jeans and white ruched dresses in particular—avoid flimsy fabrics, which will highlight any bumps. Instead, pick materials with substance and structure; not only will they provide support, but that extra thickness will ensure your undies won’t play peekaboo whenever you’re in the sun.