Plus Size Fashion Trends

Fashion comes in every shape, size and color.  There is a trend out there for everyone and an occasion to wear every outfit.  Whether you are a size 2, 8, or 14…there is a style that is perfect for your body.

Bold, bright colors were all the rage the last few seasons, but is it a trend that is here to stay.  It is, but with some alternatives.  Can’t pull of the fire engine red pants or the cobalt blue skirt, how about baby blue or lavender capris   Pastels are making their into every retailer.  Imagine the possibilities of color blocking your outfits with such fun colors as lavender, mint greens, corals, and beige.   These colors work especially well for a bigger frame.   Full figured girls do not necessarily always want to draw attention to their body with bold colors, so pastels are soft hues that accentuate the right parts and make every woman feel comfortable.

Plus size fashion does not necessarily show a lot of skin.  Girls tend to be more covered up than the models walking the runways.  But what about the girl that wants a hint of sexiness but don’t want to show off her shoulders, try crochet, the perfect alternative.   It is a classy look that can be layered to give the multidimensional vibe.  Crochet looks good on everything from jeans, to tops, the skirts, to shoes.  A little crochet on a neckline can accentuate the right assets, pair it with a pastel blazer and your set to go to any event.  the weather is getting warmer, so try a halter top with a crocheted back.  Its stylish, trendy and perfect for a summer beach party.

Those are two trends that are heating up every runway and retailer this spring/summer 2012. Do not be left behind go out and get all the latest styles this season regardless of your size or body shape, be on top of the trends and look great at your next event.


Glam & Gowns is a blog curated with content written by authors from Faviana. Here you will get the latest tips and trends on all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

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