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Plus size Outfits for College/High School Girls
Dressing to impress can boost your confidence and help you look your best. Your body is beautiful, so don't be afraid to show it off! You can dress well at any size by choosing clothes that flatter your figure and accentuate your best features. Additionally, you might play around with color and prints to enhance your look. Then, complete your outfit with the right accessories.
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Updating your style without buying new clothing is easy with these simple tips from Cindy Gordon, stylist at Wardrobe Therapy by Cindy Gordon. When you're short every shirt is too long, and when you're curvy a long shirt can make you look larger around the middle than you are. An easy way to fix this is to tuck it in. A good rule of thumb is that your shirt should never cover your zipper. If you're cuffing your jeans it already cuts your leg off, so tucking in your shirt will help section your body in a natural way. Also, if you're going for a baggy boyfriend-jean look, then a fitted, tucked-in shirt is a good contrast for a cleaner look. But when you wear an asymmetrical dress it is best to wear it with heels. It will help make your calf look longer. If a dress has a cross-seam, belt it!
This post may contain affiliate links. Affiliate links allow Fatgirlflow to earn commissions on products we recommend. All opinions are our own. When I first crossed over from size 18 to 20 and could no longer find cheap plus size clothes hiding in straight size clothing sections, I panicked! My mom jumped in to save the day and got a Lane Bryant store credit card one day after a trip to the mall. That was about 10 years ago, and the plus size clothing industry has grown exponentially since the days of being stuck shopping at one or two plus size stores. The options are still minimal compared to straight sized clothing.