Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Five Style Tips for Plus Size Women by Rosarini

Love your curves!

Curves are hot, but you need to make sure you look good with them. You want to look curvalicious, not frumpy :-) That means avoiding anything that makes you look bulky and rather focus on smoothing out your lumps and bumps.
You don't have to hide them but if you want to look your best, you need to make sure your proportions are balanced and that you've got the curves on all the right places.

Don’t limit yourself to being inspired by plus-size women

Many plus size fashion models count Rihanna and Marlene Dietrich among personal style icons and believe that plus-size woman shouldn’t feel that anyone is off limit for inspiration.

Know your patterns and colors

For this you need to pay attention to what details you put on your body frame and how you combine the colors of your outfit.
Compared to petites you have more space to work with and you can handle bigger details, however, it's extremely important that you select details that are scaled to your body size. Because if you for example put on a dainty necklace, you'll emphasize your large proportions.
But on the other hand, you can strategically put on a couple of extra necklace layers to create a fuller look that complements your body scale.

Basically, I recommend you to base your "plus size fashion mantra" on 3 basic golden strategies:
Ensure proper fit. I know how tempting it is to hide your body in layers and oversized clothes, but they’ll only make you look bigger! Great fit makes sure nothing looks lumpy. Lumpy is frumpy.
Your bra is especially important - it has to fit to keep your bust up and eliminate unevenness in your silhouette that will only distract the eye.
Get the body scale right. Scaling prints and accessories with your size makes sure you won't look bigger in comparison.
Strategically work with prints, shapes and details to make the eye go up and down. Vertical details are your best friends.

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