Looking Great in Plus Size Women's Dresses
Stanley Tucci may not have been far from the truth in his brutally honest portrayal of the fashion industry when he played seasoned New York
designer Nigel in the acclaimed film, "The Devil Wears Prada." At one point in the movie he chastises a naive young journalist, Andy Sachs (played by
Anne Hathaway) for refusing to starve herself. Size two, he explains, is now the new size four, and size zero the new size two.
This seemingly realistic depiction of the fashion industry as a whole does not hold true in a country where the average size of an American women is
14. Healthy and size 0 rarely go hand in hand. You don't need to deprive yourself of life to be beautiful. Dressing for your figure is the key to looking
great and feeling confidant all in one amazing package.
With some easy to follow tips you can feel like you're walking down the runway everyday. Avoid heavy, clingy fabrics that hug your hips. Fashion
should flow gracefully, not cling. A great option is the adjustable, comfortable and stunningly figure-friendly wrap dress. I just can't get enough of the
magnificent fashion creation.
If you feel that your arms are a problem area, you should avoid clothes with bubble sleeves. The combination of puffy excessive fabric and cinching
elastic will only draw additional attention to that area where many women already feel tremendously self-conscious.
You need to be judicious in wearing belts. Belts can be an inexpensive and simple way to give life to old pieces of clothing. Very audacious or
ostentatious belts should be avoided, and special attention should be paid to placement o the belt. A belt around the ribcage is very flattering for
someone who is heavy in the midsection and thighs. Make sure to choose just the right belt loop, because a too-tight belt is unflattering and
Be careful to select the right high boots for you. While high boots look excellent with dresses, if you are short or have a pear-shaped figure, make sure
your boots have a heel: the i