Wednesday, October 30, 2013

How to dress for your next special occasion with Plus Size Clothing

The winter holidays are fast approaching, and your calendar will soon get filled with lots of details and dates, making you to face important decisions on what to wear and more so on issues to do with plus size dresses. Unfortunately, when it comes to dressing code, invitation can be a bit cryptic, especially if it is festive attire.

The best idea is to understand what the event is all about and then translating the same into something which looks spectacular but not sexy on curvy frame, with plus size clothing. Making some basic suggestions will help in ensuring your party is assembling both body and the bill, a very important factor with the current economic times. The below guide will guarantee you holiday season that is marry, bright and so right.


Dress casually


Lots of such events are of course held after work, and hence you will need to change your attire from the work dressing to social dressing. Ensure that you err on dress side than casual for this affair. While it may not be possible for you to wear evening dress to the office, it may not be challenging making few changes (quick) to pump up the party wear.  

Slip into a skirt paired with silky blouse or knee-legged trouser in the morning, ensuring that you have a bit of interest on the color, pattern and texture of the clothing, but dress casual.

Taking the consideration of the bustier figures of the African women, blouses cutting into deep V will draw much attention, hence be sure to include a cami where there is too much cleavage showing.  Tipping off with a simple plus size jacket will take you through the working day. Come 5 o’clock, you shed that jacket for swapy dressing. You can swap out the basic pumps for higher heels and turn volume by dark shade of lipstick or smoky eye shadow make up. Finishing your assembling, have a bold jewelry or two, big-beaded necklace, a chunky cuff bracelet and sparkly chandelier earrings. This will not only make you part of the party, but also proud of the African sensation.


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