When winter comes around, we’re forced to bundle up into puffy jackets and other outerwear that makes us look like penguins. For plus size girls, it’s a seasonal dread that comes every year. Here are the best way to flatter your curves when temperatures drop.
When all else fails, throw on an oversized sweater dress. Pair it with tights or leggings and thigh high boots, and you have a chic but totally easy look. We suggest a neutral color for the dress and black tights, paired with a cute clutch bag.
An ensemble that’s not for the faint of heart, but that sassy or sporty girls are about to be obsessed with. Whether it’s red or another color, opt for a matching track suit (we love the stripes here) and pair with cat eyed sunnies for a high fashion twist.
This look is so elegant and versatile for a range of situations. Here, a pleated midi skirt with a side slit is paired with patterned tights. We love the scoop necked blouse with billow sleeves and the romantic color scheme of forest green and black.
This look is casual but funky, pairing a bright puffer jacket with striped trousers and cool sneakers. The addition of the sneaker and a mini backpack are giving us ‘90s movies vibes. The vertical stripes are slimming, and a pop of color acts as a statement piece.
The perfect outfit to transition from fall to winter in. This bae looks like the changing leaves themselves in ankle-grazing crimson trousers and a pumpkin colored turtleneck, all wrapped up in a camel toned teddy bear trench coat. So fancy, yet so effortless, especially with a pointy toe that slays.
When all else fails, put on a leopard print suit with wide legged pants. The loud pattern is surprisingly slimming and always timeless. It looks fantastic with a black, high-necked top, which really glues the look together.
People might mistake you for a celebrity in this classy but alluring look composed of a colored fur coat and thigh high boots. Think “Pretty Woman” meets “Legally Blond”. We’re officially wearing this one all season.
Who said that the motorcycle girl outfit was reserved for skinny chicks? Curves look gorgeous in a leather jacket and some leather pants. Try an all black ensemble with white boots, like this confident curvy gal has done.
This look is perfection for the office, or a dinner where you just want people to fully realize the boss that you are. Pair a corduroy suit with a well-fitted black camisole (or a bustier if you’re feeling daring). Finish the look off with some slingback and you’ll be foolproof for any occasion.