Be The Perfect ‘You’ By Dressing Correctly

Perfection is a myth and those that think otherwise are usually people who have a shallow vision. There is no such thing as a ‘perfect dress’that could possibly fit women of all sizes. For women who have a #PlusSizeFigure top quality clothing made to suit #LargerSizes is what they would find satisfying. In this context it is a current trend with designers to create brands for the slim, svelte model as well as #PlusSizeModels. They are also immersed into creating a whole range of high fashion outfits for the common people. What this means is, whether you a regular size or a #PlusSizeWoman finding the right dress is not a hassled task anymore. In fact, some of the top designers are giving a lot more attention to #PlusSizeDresses for those #PlusSizeModels to stand out in a crowd of slim and toned models.

Plus Size Clothing DesignersHighlight the frame with fitted clothes

It would be nothing wrong to say that in the earlier time the fashion industry was quite ‘narrow minded’, and that it always took pride it portraying the ‘idealistic women figure’. Well, truth is that time has changed and many budding designers have realized the importance of showcasing that ‘beauty is never defined by size’. Women with curves generally have the tendency of wearing dresses which are one size bigger to hide their body. This actually makes their figure appear even bigger, and fails to highlight the beauty in their frame.

Models are flaunting their curves in style

Some of the eminent #PlusSizeModels like Nadia Aboulhosn, Iskra Lawrence, and Precious Lee are breaking the barrier and are flaunting their curvy frames with confidence. Iskra Lawrence is a huge inspiration for the common plus size women, and she detests editing and retouching her photos for hiding her flab. Recently she flaunted her curvaceous body in a bikini shot, and even stated that ‘cellulite is not a flaw’. Candice Huffine who has modelled for top fashion brands like V magazine and Vogue was also a part of the much appreciated campaign called ‘I’m no Angel’.

Plus size fashion was something which was ignored earlier, but with the changing attitude of designers’ special clothing lines are being created for the plus size women. Misguided’s new fashion collection includes duster jackets, off shoulder tops, bodycon dresses all between the sizes 12 and 20. Ashley Graham, a fan of ‘plus size’, always manages to look good irrespective of the dress she wears. Be it bodycons, pencil skirts, spaghetti tops, or jumpsuits, the options are limitless for curvy healthy women.



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