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Plus Size Fashions: Why it’s so popular? Tips, Tricks, Hacks…

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Having a plus size body is a gift for most women,  as those who are slim or size zero copy to these curvy models. Plus is a gift as some are blessed with creative juices on how to pull off the right clothes while others have more difficulty wearing the best clothes that accentuate their curves. And then there are some left who are just resigned to wearing basics, because of a lack of options.

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Very High Waist Jeans

High-waist jeans should be on your hit list because they tuck in most of the flab and do a great job of making you look slender, tall, and slim. The ones that are black, stretchable, and stop near your ankle are what you need. Fetch those straight-cut high-rise jeans!

 

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Have a shapewear

This is must. Every woman needs a little bit of cinching, smoothing, and support sometimes. Generally, smoothing in the tummy and hips can make us look more refined and polished in our clothes. The number one piece that women should have is a body briefer. it’s a blessing in disguise. It tames fat around the midriff, hip, and thigh regions effectively. And it also acts as a catalyst to make you look slimmer. Invest in it, and you will be thankful.

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Slit

Slit is the hottest trend these days. Every women loves to own it. For a curvy body slit is a best way to flaunt the lower bottom area. It hides your heavy thighs, make your legs look longer and adds spark to your personality by giving that edge in your look.

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Minimizer Bra

Minimizers can reduce your breasts anywhere from a quarter of an inch to well over an inch, depending on what you desire most in a silhouette. Minimizer bras help clothes fit better while you still remain comfortable. They help button up blouses not gap open, and help reduce the size of your cleavage when wearing turtlenecks. Minimizer bras are a must for large busted women who want to wear button-down blouses without popping out. A minimizer is also great with turtlenecks, which can make your chest look larger. A good minimizer bra is a versatile wardrobe staple.

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Go for loose

Go for loose halter tops over tight tanks to avoid underarm chafing. When it’s especially hot and humid out and you’re running around outside, underarm chafing from tight tank tops can be a literal pain. A breezy halter allows your underarms to breathe and still looks totally flirty.

Wrap Up Your Button Down

Here is a quick tip to rework the classic white button down. With the shirt on and unopened, wrap one end of the shirt tail to the opposite side of your waist, pin it and vice versa for the other end of the garment. Tuck into a skirt of jeans for a different look to an old favorite. The motion of the wrap top will accentuate your waist and put the focus on the smallest part of your frame.

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Opt to Wrap Around Gowns

Get the hourglass shape with wrap around dresses. They will enhance your body, hide the flaws perfectly and make you look prettier. You can even pick wrap around blouses with 3/4 sleeves that will show the best in you.

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Plump for small prints

Big and huge prints on clothes, for example, big polka dots on your top can ruin the look. It will make you appear bulkier so opt for small prints on outfits. You can safely pick horizontal stripes and subtle prints.

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Invest in proper undergarments

Choose the right bra and panty considering your size. They should not be too loose or too tight, but properly fitting. Undergarments can make and break the look so steer clear of badly fitting ones. your underwear should preferably be stretchable and high rise to camouflage the flab. Either way, good undergarments are helpful in more ways than one and are always a great investment.

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Go For Tight Fit with Jackets / Coats / Shrugs

Don’t buy clothing that doesn’t fit you. Even if you’re on a diet are/or bargaining with yourself to lose weight, or think you can squeeze into the garment and just not breathe for a few hours, don’t buy it (unless you can figure out how to use a seam ripper or DIY it, then go ahead).

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