Summer Color Palettes – Light Summer, True Summer, Soft Summer

Summer Color Palettes

Summer is full of bright, vibrant colors. And while it’s pretty easy to combine a few of them into an outfit, sometimes you need a little help deciding exactly which shades and hues pair best together. Light summer is the most common of the summer color palettes. This color palette suits many different hair colors and skin undertones. Mastering a summer color palette can help you build a wardrobe that fits your personality and makes you feel confident.

I. Light Summer Colour Palette

Light Summer is reminiscent of mild summer mornings full of coolness and gentleness with a hint of freshness. The sun’s rays only touch the dew drops on the awakened foliage and flowers. The sky is of the most muted tones with floating, fluffy clouds. These colors are gentle and light, yet refreshing – like an early morning breeze at the beach.

The Palette

Light Summer combines lightness with coolness. Consequently, the colors are overall light in value to complement the appearance of a Light Summer. A few colors are medium in value, and those are just supporting colors for the light tints.

The palette contains medium-saturated, coolish colors, such as light pinks and delicate blue greens. There are no harsh contrasts between the colors, only nuances.

And while this season’s color palette has the typical coolness characteristic, with some warmth of its neighboring season, Spring. Moreover, Spring adds brightness and saturation to the otherwise muted Summer palette. This is the brightest and least faded season of the Summer family.

Colour Dimensions

On the three dimensions of color, Light Summer has the following settings:


The colors lean towards the cool end of the scale but are not very cool. That means they contain more blue than yellow undertones. So even if you choose yellow (which is the warmest color of all), you will find only cooler yellows that contain a tint of blue.


In line with Light Summer’s primary aspect, the colors are light. Although you may find some medium shades, these are just supporting colors for the lighter tints. There are no dark colors on the palette. However, the palette does not include the very lightest colors. Those are Winter’s icy lights, which are closer to white than Light summer’s colors.


The colors are medium in chroma, meaning they are neither very muted nor highly vibrant. However, the colors are brighter and more saturated than those of the other two Summer seasons because of Spring’s influence on them. But they don’t have the same intensity as Light Spring colors.

Sister Palettes

Light Summer sits between Light Spring and True Summer on the seasonal flow chart. It falls at the Spring end of the Summer palette, with colors lighter, brighter, and warmer than those of True Summer. They are surprisingly un-summery in their saturation level – almost bright enough to rival Light and True Spring’s palettes.

The colors are cooler, gentler, and slightly darker than Light Spring. Spring’s effect on Light Summer is added warmth and brightness. Spring also lightens the colors compared to the other two Summer palettes.
The colors are neutral-cool like those of the third Summer season, Soft Summer, but they are brighter and lighter.

Light Spring and True summer share Light Summer’s aspects of light and cool, respectively. Depending on where you fall on the Light Summer spectrum, you can borrow some colors from your sister palettes since they are close enough to the Light Summer color palette.

If you lean more towards Light Spring, opt for the cooler shades on the Light Spring palette – such as Blue Topaz, Lavender, or Provence. If you lean more towards True Summer, choose the lighter colors on the True Summer palette – such as Chardonnay, Pink-a-boo, or Dutch Canal.

II. True Summer Colour Palette

true summer color analysis

True Summer is the color season reminiscent of summer days after rain when the last grey clouds disperse, and the haze refracts all the colors of nature into a kaleidoscope of contrasts. These colors are cool, calming, and refreshing, like the feeling of cool water on the skin. They are the colors of water – the blues and greens of rivers, lakes, and deep oceans.

The Palette

True Summer is the original Summer season of the four seasons color analysis and is the ‘standard’ Summer palette. The other two Summer palettes have been modified to accommodate Spring and Autumn’s respective influence.

True Summer coloring combines coolness with softness. This season falls at the coolest end of Summer. Consequently, the colors are cool with a clear blue undertone. There is not a hint of warmth in this palette.
The palette has the gentleness and delicacy typical of the Summer family. The colors are mid-range. And although there is a range of different hues, blues, turquoise, and greys, which are naturally cool, feature heavily on the palette. Cool browns and greyish blues work well as neutrals, accented by brighter hues, like pinks, purples, and greens.

Colour Dimensions

On the three dimensions of color, True Summer has the following settings:


In line with True Summer’s primary color aspect, the colors sit on the coolest end of the hue scale. That means they contain blue undertones but no yellow ones. There are very few yellow shades on the palette, and even those have a heavy tint of blue to cool them. Instead, you will find many naturally cool blues, turquoise, and greys.


The color palette ranges from light grey to dark brown and is quite broad. Overall, though, more colors are medium or lighter than truly dark. This is because True Summer cannot handle too much contrast.


The colors are medium in chroma and lean more towards the muted end of the scale. They are dusky and greyish rather than saturated and bright.

True Summer Sister Palettes

True summer sister palettes

True Summer sits between Light Summer and Soft Summer on the seasonal flow chart. It is the ‘standard’ Summer palette.

With its opposite season True Winter, the color palette shares the same cool temperature. But True Summer colors are lighter and gentler.

The colors are cooler, more muted, and slightly darker than Light summer.

The colors are somewhat brighter, cooler, and slightly lighter than in Soft summer. True Summer colors are not as desaturated as Soft Summer colors. And while True Summer neutrals are getting greyer, the complementary and accent colors on the palette retain some brightness.

Light Summer and Soft summer share True Summer’s characteristics of cool and muted, respectively. Depending on where you fall on the True Summer spectrum, you can borrow some colors from your sister palettes since they are close enough to the True Summer color palette.

If you lean more towards Light Summer, opt for the darker and less bright colors on the Light Summer palette – such as Open Air, Aster Purple, and Sea Green. If you lean more towards Soft Summer, choose the brighter colors on the Soft Summer palette – such as Marlin, Storm Blue and Wild Rose.

III. Soft Summer Colour Palette

Soft Summer is the color season reminiscent of misty days when the heat carries the fog through the air after a cool summer rain. And the arrival of Autumn is not far away. These colors are gentle and mysterious. They contain so many cold and warm tones that their collision gives rise to a surprisingly harmonious image. And like a chameleon, this color season can show one side or another.

The Palette

True to Soft Summer’s primary color aspect, the colors are muted and gentle to match this season’s natural coloring’s low to medium contrast level.

The color palette includes desaturated, low-contrast, and coolish colors. Most of the colors are greys and blue-based colors with a heavy focus on pinks, purples, blues, and greens. The colors are not clear but complex and elusive, almost as if they consisted of many different colors.

Soft Summer sits on the border to Autumn. Summer is muted, cool, and light. Autumn is also muted. So adding Autumn to Summer makes the Soft Summer palette even more faded. But Autumn also brings warmth, adding a brownish element to the colors. Autumn also adds depth, and thus, Soft Summer colors are the darkest of the Summer family.

Colour Dimensions

On the three dimensions of color, Soft Summer has the following settings:


Thanks to Soft Summer’s secondary aspect, the colors lean towards the cool end of the scale but are not highly cool. That means they contain more blue than yellow undertones. As a result, you will find fewer shades of yellow (which is the warmest color of all), only cooler shades of yellow that have a tint of blue. Instead, there are more blues, pinks, and greys, naturally blue-based and thus cool.


The color palette is medium in value, meaning neither light nor dark colors dominate it. And while there are lighter and darker colors, most of the colors fall somewhere in the middle of the value scale.


In line with this season’s primary color aspect, Soft Summer has the least tolerance for brightness. Consequently, the colors have low chroma – meaning very desaturated, muted, or simply greyed-out.

Sister Palettes

Soft Summer sits between True Summer and Soft Autumn on the seasonal flow chart. It falls at the Autumn end of the Summer palette. And the colors are more muted, warmer, and ever so slightly darker than those of True Summer.

Compared to Soft Autumn, the colors are cooler and more greyish, but otherwise similar – both seasons are medium in value and muted.

Compared to the third Summer season, Light Summer, the colors share the same neutral cool temperature but are more muted and darker.

True Summer and Soft Autumn both share Soft Summer’s aspects of cool and muted, respectively. Depending on where you fall on the Soft Summer spectrum, you can borrow some colors from your sister palettes since they are close enough to the Soft Summer color palette.

If you lean more towards True Summer, opt for the more muted colors on the True Summer palette – such as Moonlite Mauve, Baby Lavender, or Lichen Blue. If you lean more towards Soft Autumn, choose the cooler colors on the Soft Autumn palette – such as English Manor, Ocean wave, or Dusk Blue.

Winter Color Palettes – Dark Winter, True Winter, Bright Winter

Winter Color Palettes

No matter what your favorite season is, it’s hard to deny that winter has some gorgeous hues. There are three types of winter palettes: true winter, dark winter, and bright winter. Dark winter palettes feature a dark background color with dark reds and blues. Bright winter palettes feature a light background color, with bright red and blue accents. True winter palettes are similar to bright winter, but you’ll get a deep purple or indigo as the accent color instead of red. Check out these and other winter color palettes to find ideas for your perfect look!

Dark Winter Colour Palette

dark winter color palette

Dark Winter is the color season reminiscent of deep winter nights, when the stars contrast with the black-and-blue sky, creating an atmosphere of mystery and magic. These colors are dark and cool, just like when the moon tints the night sky bright and illuminates the dark, misty forests beneath. Dark Winter colors are the colors of the night.

‍The Color Palette

Dark Winter = depth + coolness.

The dark Winter season’s color palette is dark and intense with hints of warmth. Dark Winter sits on the Autumn end of the Winter family. However, it needs the frosty influence of Winter rather than Autumn’s rich, earthy tones.

Dark Winter’s primary colors are dark, neutral-cool, and somewhat bright to match this season’s natural coloring.

The color palette includes highly saturated, highly contrasted, and relatively bright colors. Though quite broad, the palette heavily features pinks, reds, purples, and blues. The high contrast between the colors replicates the natural contrast level of a Dark Winter.

Colour Dimensions

On the three dimensions of color, Dark Winter has the following settings:


The colors lean towards the cool end of the scale but are not extremely cool. This means they contain more blue than yellow. So even if you choose yellow (which is the warmest color of all), you will find only cooler shades with a tint of blue. You will also not find many shades of yellow-based colors but more shades of blue and grey, which are naturally cool.


The overall palette is dark in line with this season’s primary color aspect. And while many of the colors are very light (white and the icy pastels), there are many more dark ones. This mixture in value is required to achieve the high contrast a Dark Winter needs.


Typical for Winter colors, the palette is slightly higher in chroma, meaning the colors are somewhat saturated and bright. However, they are dark rather than very bright.

Sister Palettes

Dark Winter sits between Dark Autumn and True Winter on the seasonal flow chart. It falls at the Autumn end of the Winter palette. Consequently, the colors are softer, darker, and warmer than True Winter’s.
Compared to Dark Autumn, the colors are similarly dark but cooler and brighter. And the light colors of Dark Winter are lighter than those of Dark Autumn. Autumn’s effect on Dark Winter is additional warmth and some softness.

Compared to the third Winter season Bright Winter, the colors share the same neutral-cool hue but are darker and softer.

Dark Autumn and True Winter share Dark Winter’s aspects of dark and cool, respectively. Depending on where you fall on the Dark Winter spectrum, you can borrow some colors from your sister palettes since they are close enough to the Dark Winter color palette.

If you lean more towards Dark Autumn, opt for the cooler colors on the Dark Autumn palette – such as Plum Caspia, Blue Depths, and Corsair. Whereas if you lean more towards True Winter, select the darker colors on the True Winter palette – such as Acai, Aventurine, and Bellweather Blue.

True Winter Colour Palette

True Winter is the color season reminiscent of Winter in its prime. White, snowy landscapes contrast with bare trees and the darkest of nights. These colors play at the extremes of light, dark, and bright. True Winter colors are also present in the moonless night sky and at the Earth’s poles.

‍The Color Palette

true winter color palette

True Winter is the original Winter season of the four seasons color analysis and is the ‘standard’ Winter palette. The other two Winter palettes have been modified to accommodate the respective Autumn and Spring influence.

True Winter coloring combines coolness with brightness. This season falls at the coolest, iciest end of Winter. Therefore, the colors are cool with a clear blue undertone. They are pretty harsh covered with frost.

The True Winter palette contains a broad range of colors, from icy pinks and purples to frosty blues. And even though the contrast between the colors is high, the dark tones are balanced with brighter and much lighter accent colors.

Colour Dimensions

On the three dimensions of color, True Winter has the following settings.


True to this season’s primary aspect, the colors are very cool, meaning they contain blue undertones but no yellow undertones. So even if you choose yellow (the warmest color), you will find only cool shades. In addition, there are very few yellow-based colors on the palette and more shades of blue and icy pinks, which are naturally cool-based.


The palette ranges from the lightest value (true white) to the darkest (true black). Overall, the palette is on the darker side because bright blue – the undertone of this palette – is medium-dark.


The colors are relatively high in chroma, meaning they are saturated, bright, and vibrant, keeping with this season’s secondary color aspect.

Sister Palettes

True Winter sits between Dark Winter and Bright Winter on the seasonal flow chart. It is the heart of the Winter palette, and the colors are brighter, cooler, and slightly lighter than those of Dark Winter.

With its opposite season True Summer, the colors share the same cool value but are darker and brighter. And unlike True Summer, the colors are cleaner and mixed with blue and black. The contrast between them is much higher.

Bright Winter’s palette is cooler, slightly darker, and not quite as bright compared to the third winter season as the Bright Winter turns the saturation up to the maximum.

Dark Winter and Bright Winter both share True Winter’s aspects of cool and bright, respectively. Depending on where you fall on the True Winter spectrum, you can borrow some colors from your sister palettes since they are close enough to the True Winter color palette.

If you lean more towards Dark Winter, opt for the lighter colors on the Dark Winter palette – such as Marine Green, Splish Splash, and Ibis Rose. Whereas if you lean more towards Bright Winter, select the less intense colors on the Bright Winter palette – such as Dazzling Blue, Blue Iris, and Everglade.

Bright Winter Colour Palette

Bright Winter is the color season reminiscent of when the winter sun illuminates the snow-white expanses. The play of sunlight on cold winter landscapes creates a bright and sparkling image. These are the vibrant and almost unnatural colors of extreme weather situations like the Northern lights in the night sky. They are the colors of the cosmos and the galaxy.


The Color Palette

Bright Winter coloring combines brightness with coolness. And if anything, Bright Winter colors are extreme – extremely intense, light, dark, and vibrant.

Bright Winter sits on the cusp between Winter and Spring. Like those of all Winter seasons, its colors are mainly cool, dark, and bright. But Spring increases the brightness of the already bright Winter palette, which creates the most intense, vibrant shades of all the seasons.

The palette contains acid greens, neon yellows, and bright fuchsias that would overpower any other season. Spring also warms up the colors slightly so that they are not as frosty as True Winter colors.

Colour Dimensions

On the three dimensions of color, Bright Winter has the following settings.


The colors lean towards the cool end of the scale but are not highly cool. As a result, you will find fewer shades of yellow (which is the warmest color of all) on the palette. And you will only see cooler shades of yellow, which have a tint of blue. Instead, there are more blues, pinks, and purples naturally blue-based and therefore cool.


While the colors range from very light (bright white) to very dark (true black), the majority is medium in value, leaning slightly to the dark end because of the greater concentration of blue undertones.


In line with Bright Winter’s primary aspect, the colors are very high in chroma, which is highly saturated, bright, and vibrant. These are the most intense colors of all the seasons.

Sister Palettes


Bright Winter sits between True Winter and Bright Spring on the seasonal flow chart. It falls at the Spring end of the Winter palette. Therefore, the colors are brighter, lighter, and warmer than True Winter’s.

The colors are similarly bright but cooler and slightly darker than Bright Spring. Spring’s effect on Bright Winter adds some warmth to the palette, brightens the colors, and lightens them somewhat.

Compared to the third Winter season Dark Winter, the colors share the same neutral-cool temperature but are lighter and brighter.

True Winter and Bright Spring both share Bright Winter’s aspects of cool and bright, respectively. Depending on where you fall on the Bright Winter spectrum, you can borrow some colors from your sister palettes since they are close enough to the Bright Winter color palette.

If you lean more towards True Winter, opt for the brighter colors on the True Winter palette – such as Limelight, Rose Red, and Palace Blue. Whereas if you lean more towards Bright Spring, select the cooler colors on the Bright Spring palette – such as Royal Purple, French Blue, and Green Jacket.

What To Wear On A Beach Vacation Plus Size

Plus Size Beach Vacation Outfits

Have you been dreaming of a relaxing getaway to the beach? Or maybe you’re planning a vacation that’s going to be full of adventure. No matter if you are plus size and what type of trip you’re planning, it’s important that your outfits are comfortable and versatile so that you can enjoy your vacation to the fullest. Here is a curation of plus size beach vacation outfits along with reference pictures and styling tips.

Plus Size Dresses With Bold Prints

Abstract prints are all the rage right now, and they look fantastic on the beach, especially in bright hues like orange, yellow, or hot pink.  Plus size dresses with bold prints appear to be more artistic than anything else.

Plus Size Dresses With Bold Prints

Plus Size Printed Kimonos

A kimono is always a great cover-up for the beach, and a flowery one will dress up even the most basic beach t-shirt. Furthermore, investing in a decent quality kimono allows you to utilise it in a variety of ways off the beach in the future.

Plus Size Printed Kimonos

Full Black Plus Size Swimsuit

Yes, a bikini is required for a relaxed day at the beach. However, you may wish to bring a one-piece because it is more practical for beach activities such as volleyball or relaxing at the bars. When shopping for a beach costume, a full black plus size swimsuit is usually a safe bet.

Full Black Plus Size Swimsuit 

Plus Size Denim Shorts And Crop Top

Who thought crop tops and shorts were just for slim girls? Plus-size thighs are unmistakably eye-catching. Don’t be afraid to pick some plus size denim shorts and crop top. By the way, pick some colorful flip flops to complete.

Plus Size Denim Shorts And Crop Top 

Plus Size Maxi Dress

Any beach party will be amazing in a maxi dress. A strapless one is a terrific choice since it provides both comfort and style. Pick long maxi dresses if you are tall. If you have a small shape, pick a short maxi dress for a beach party.

Plus Size Maxi Dress

Beach Tees And Plus Size Skirt

For a feminine style, pair beach tees and plus size skirts for a casual-chic approach. A great beach party is an essential aspect of every summer celebration. Don’t be afraid to flaunt your arms by wearing sleeveless or half-sleeved tops.

Beach Tees And Plus Size Skirt 

Solid Or Printed Plus Size Playsuit

The playsuit is a popular fashion catwalk item for both ladies and children. Some people confuse jumpsuits with playsuits, although jumpsuits are longer, whereas playsuits are not. A playsuit is a shorter form of a jumpsuit perfect for a beach.

Solid Or Printed Plus Size Playsuit 

Outfits With African Tribal Prints

Wearing outfits with African tribal prints to the beach may seem a little old timey, but it still looks wonderful, so why not try it? If you’re trying for a more formal approach, they look great with t-shirts and off-shoulder tops.

Outfits With African Tribal Prints

What do you wear to beach plus size?

Invest in maxi dresses. Plus-sized women tend to wear maxi dresses and skirts instead of short ones. Also, these are perfect for spring and summer. Just like maxi dresses, jumpsuits are pretty essential for curvy women.

What should a chubby girl wear to the beach?

Here’s our Style Guide: How To Dress For The Beach If You’re Fat.

  • Wear Dark Colors.
  • Avoid Tank Tops.
  • Longer Board Shorts.
  • V-Neck T-Shirts.
  • Hawaiian Shirts.
  • Wear Undershirts.
  • Make Sure Things Fit.
  • Stand Up Straight.

What should I wear on my beach vacation?

Beach Outfit Ideas We’re So Excited to Wear This Summer

  • A Cozy Knit and Bikini.
  • A Bright or Floral Maxi Dress.
  • A Maillot and Printed Shorts.
  • A Mixed Print Look.
  • All Over Sparkle.
  • A Tank and Midi Skirt.
  • Baggy Jeans and a Bikini Top.
  • A Scalloped Swimsuit.

What should I wear to the beach at 40?

If you want to take the stress out of dressing for the beach, here are a few simple style tips to look fabulous and feel confident.

  • Wear a Swimsuit that Camouflages Problem Areas.
  • Choose a Slightly Sexy Beachwear Cover-Up.
  • Don’t Forget A Fab Sun Hat.
  • Wear Pretty Sandals.
  • Glam Sunglasses Add Style.
  • A Big Beach Tote is Chic.

What do you wear to the beach if you don’t have a swimsuit?

Outfit Ideas for the Beach When You Don’t Want to Wear a Swimsuit

  • Maxi Dress | Straw Hat | Straw Tote | Black Flip Flops.
  • T-Shirt Dress | Straw Hat | Straw Tote | Flip Flops.
  • Joggers | Tank Top | Straw Fedora | Straw Tote | Flip Flops.

How do I make my pool not look fat?

Wear Dark Colors Not at all. Opt for navy and shades of gray and charcoal too. The point is, you don’t want to draw attention to the pudge, and subtle, solid colors won’t be loud enough to turn your muffin top into a cupcake.

How can I look thinner on the beach?

How to Pull Off a Swimsuit: 10 Easy Ways to Look Thinner

  • Choose Dark Colors. Dark shades have a slimming effect, especially black and navy blue hues that are perfect if you’re looking to hide a few pounds.
  • Stripes Work Too.
  • Be Bold, Choose Plunging Neck Lines.
  • Ruched Fabric Works Perfectly.
  • Wear Your Hair Up.
  • Wear a Hat.

What should overweight people wear in the summer?

Wear fitted clothing to flatter your figure. Look for shirts that have darting or shape to them so they skim your body. For pants, choose a straight-leg, bootcut, or tailored look. However, avoid a relaxed fit or trousers pants. For skirts or dresses, look for pencil, a-line, or fit-and-flare options.

What should you not wear to the beach?

Tight clothes No matter how much sunscreen you put on, you will leave the beach with a good amount of tan, maybe a sunburn too. Wearing tight clothes might make it more difficult for you. Looser clothes might not help you vanish the sunburn but it will not increase the level of discomfort surely.

What is beach casual attire?

Beach Casual Opt for a simple sundress, breezy maxi dress, or high-quality romper. While dressy sandals are acceptable, avoid standard, beachwear flip flops. Nice, short-sleeved shirts such as polos are permitted as well as nice shorts (think Chinos) with a belt.

What kind of dress should I wear to the beach?

A maxi dress is a great example of stylish beach attire. A beach maxi dress can be dressed up with heels or depending on the length of the dress you could wear cute flat sandals. I love this Donna Morgan dress, it’s got a beachy vibe but is classic in style with accordion pleating and the stark white top.

How to build a plus size wardrobe on a budget?

How to build a plus size wardrobe on a budget?

Plus size wardrobe on a budget is an essential guide to help plus size women build their wardrobes without breaking the bank.

A lot of people don’t know that you can find high-quality clothes for a low price. You just have to know where to look and what you’re looking for. This guide will help you learn how to build a plus size wardrobe on a budget, and it will teach you the tricks and tips that designers use to cut costs and create beautiful clothes.

How to build a plus size wardrobe on a budget

If you want to find the best deals possible, then take these steps:

  • Know your size.
  • Know your personal style.
  • Shop during sale seasons (i.e., winter).
  • Shop as close as possible to home.
  • Stick with basic colors – black, navy blue, gray, brown.

Building a plus size wardrobe on a budget can be a challenge. You just need to follow these few tips to get the best out of your money.

  1. Shop for basics first.
  2. Choose a few pieces that you love and find flattering.
  3. Keep your eye open for deals and discounts.
  4. Wear clothes that are in style but not trendy!

The average woman is a size 14-16. But the reality is that most retailers only offer clothes up to size 12, which means that there are plenty of style options missing.

Here are some tips for plus size women who want to develop their wardrobe essentials:

  • Invest in classic pieces that can be mixed and matched for different occasions.
  • Find style inspiration from celebrities on Instagram.
  • Consider hiring an online personal stylist to help curate your look with clothing and accessories you can’t find at regular stores.

Plus Size Wardrobe Essentials

No matter what your size is, there are clothes that you will want to incorporate into your wardrobe. The following items are some of the essentials every plus size woman should have.


There are so many options out there for tops, and it can be hard to find one that fits well and is in style. When you do find one that fits well, stock up on it! Some examples of tops that look good on a plus size woman include a v-neck sweater, a blouse, a loose fitting tank top, and a long cardigan sweater.

  • Blouses
  • V-neck sweaters
  • Loose fitting tank tops
  • Long cardigan sweaters

plus size blouson top

plus size v neck sweaters

plus size loose fitting tank tops

plus size long cardigan sweaters


Pencil Skirt

This pencil skirt has been popular for awhile due to its slimming fit and flattering fabric. It’s great for a professional or a casual work environment.

plus size pencil skirt

Black Dress

The wrap dress is a great choice for curvy women of all sizes. It creates a waist and highlights the narrowest point on an hourglass figure. The fit and flare style of this dress is quite feminine.

plus size Black wrap Dress

Skinny Jeans

Even though new trends come out all the time, skinnies will always be the most practical jeans you have in your closet. Good American was started by Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede to create jeans that flatter curves up to size 24. The ultra high waist looks awesome on hourglass & apple shaped bodies- that’s why the reviews are so good. People think these jeans are worth the cost because of how nicely they fit.

plus size skinny jeans

Trouser Jeans

Dark wash jeans are perfect for all occasions, so consider stocking up. They look great with ankle boots or heels. This cut is fancy enough for a lot of workplaces but also smart enough to wear out on the town. Try wearing them with a classic white shirt or relaxed-fit black pants if you want to go trendy.

Trouser Jeans

Black Pants

Chinos are a classic for work, but they can also double as dress pants for important meetings. They’re versatile enough to dress up or down, and polyester blends are super wrinkle-resistant without being expensive. If you like more fitted legs then this pair is for you, but there are also plenty of loose leg or wide cut jeans.

Black Pants plus size


It depends on which one you need for what type of outfit. Neutrals work with any color and generally look cleaner in general. Having two or three options is also a safe bet!


They should mold to your feet and, if you have wide feet, should accommodate some stretching.

flats for plus size


Wedges, for more comfort, look for lower and wider heels. Wedges are a comfortable option, but for a more traditional heel.


Ankle Boots

Ankle boots are another staple for plus size women. They are comfortable and works well with a lot of clothing items in the wardrobe.

ankle boots


There’s only so much you can do with a good insulated jacket, but the right running shoes are important. With lace up sneakers or casual flats, you’re always prepared for any occasion – from jeans to dresses. Choose a classic white sneaker in a retro style like Adidas, Converse, or Keds or update with a platform heel for modern flair in Puma.


Best plus size capsule wardrobe

The best way to think of a capsule wardrobe is as a starter kit for creating an interchangeable and editable wardrobe that is made up of the 20-30 items that you will wear the most often.

A capsule wardrobe is a small, edited selection of clothes that fits together and goes with other clothes. It’s about purchasing clothes in sufficient quantity to make it easier to mix and match, without having to worry about running out of items.

A capsule wardrobe should be designed for your lifestyle and your body shape, as well as taking into account the climate that you live in.

Best affordable plus size clothing brands

When it comes to plus size clothing, there are a variety of brands that can provide you with different types of clothes. This article will discuss some of the top affordable plus size clothing brands so that you have a better idea of which one might be best for you.

Brands such as Eloquii, Lane Bryant, and ASOS offer a variety of trendy clothes that come in different styles and colors. If you want a more vintage look then the brand Torrid is perfect for you because they offer clothes from all decades since the 80s.

You can find affordable plus size clothing brands all over the world. However, you may have to dig a little deeper to find the best ones.

Affordable and fashionable clothing is not synonymous with quality and style. Fashion is a culture that can be followed and can be adopted by anyone, regardless of their size. Fashion houses that produce these clothes should do it in a way that is inclusive to all people, no matter what their size.

Best affordable plus size clothing brands:

  • Torrid
  • Lane Bryant
  • Addition Elle
  • Hue

How do I build an inexpensive wardrobe?

Tips for Building a Fabulous Wardrobe on a Tight Budget Start with what you have.

  • Sell your old clothes.
  • Find mix-and-match pieces.
  • Shop on online consignment sites.
  • Find a reliable tailor.
  • Go for classic over trendy when buying shoes.
  • If you’re fashion-challenged, stick with neutral colors.

How much does it cost to build a new wardrobe?

A built-in wardrobe costs $1,500 to $6,000. The total depends on the size and the customization. Built-in wardrobes combine a reach-in design and organization for a seamless feel that’s right on your wall. It’s a great choice if you’d like more storage space but don’t have the depth for a full closet.

How much does it cost to make a capsule wardrobe?

A complete capsule wardrobe might cost about $500-$1000, which may seem like a lot of money if you don’t have much in the way of savings or a large budget for clothes. Here are some ways to start building your new capsule wardrobes without breaking the bank.

What is the best dress shape for plus size?

Full-figured women should choose plus-size A-line dresses made of sturdier fabrics such as cotton, rayon, denim, and polyester rather than flowy, clingy options like silk and satin. Stiffer materials retain the shape of the dress, making its flattering features suitable for every body type.

How do you build a grown up wardrobe?

Here are ten suggestions for making your wardrobe more grown-up as you spring clean your closet.

  • Get rid of anything with rips or stains.
  • Think about when you last wore it.
  • Reconsider your footwear.
  • Let go of childish prints.
  • Consider fabric quality.
  • Switch out the hoodies for more sophisticated outerwear.

How much should I budget for a new wardrobe?

Personal finance experts told Business Insider that your overall clothing budget should be no more than 5% of your take-home income, for both work and casual clothes. The most important thing for those who arecreating a work wardrobe from scratch: Don’t go into debt for it.

How much is the average person wardrobe worth?

According to Alliance Data, 25 percent of Americans have clothing and accessories worth between $1,000 and nearly $2,500 in their closet, while a close second — 23 percent — reported their closets being worth up to $5,000.

How much should a men’s wardrobe cost?

Where to put your money, and how much you can expect to spend on it. How Many: At least one; men in high-formality businesses will need more. How Much: Anywhere from $300 to $1000+ depending on quality. A single high-quality suit is a wardrobe necessity, no matter what anyone else tells you.

How much does it cost to build a wardrobe from scratch?

On average, homeowners pay between $1,080 and $2,960 to add a new closet to their home, though the top end of that range can rise as high as $6,000 for those opting for higher-end materials or dealing with more complex architectural practicalities.

How do you make a minimalist capsule wardrobe?

How to Start Creating Your Minimalist Capsule Wardrobe

  • Begin with what you already have.
  • Evaluate your needs.
  • Decide what’s missing.
  • Shop intentionally.
  • Purge what you no longer need.
  • Choose the Right Colors.
  • Layer your clothes.
  • Choose classic pieces (although you can definitely update with trendier styles)

How do you flatter a plus size figure?

Shop for plus-size tops that define your waist. Wear darker colors, like black, navy, charcoal, or chocolate on top for a flattering look. Achieve a more balanced shape with an A-line silhouette that cinches in at the waist and flares out at the hips. Sport flared pants that will assist in evening out your curvy frame.

What clothes to wear to hide a big stomach?

Pieces of Advice That Can Help You Hide Your Belly and Side Fat Under Your Clothes

  • Choose loose clothes over tight ones.
  • Pay attention to clothes with vertical stripes.
  • Highlight a different part of your body.
  • Choose clothes a little longer than the knee or maxi length.
  • Use one-color blouses and shirts.

Plus Size Men’s Fashion – Styling Tips And Reference Pictures

Plus Size Men’s Fashion

Plus size men’s fashion is something that has been gaining attention in the past few years. Plus size men are struggling to find clothes that fit them properly and flatter their body type. The reason for this struggle is that clothing stores are catering towards the male population who wear small to medium sizes.

This section will be discussing two brands that design plus-size clothing for men: Alpha Male Clothing and Big Boy Clothing.

Alpha Male Clothing, based in London, was founded by designer Pia Yoon. They specialize in stylish clothing for big-sized guys with a focus on quality, comfort, and fit. Big Boy Clothing is located in Florida and was founded by two brothers who wanted to offer stylish clothes for bigger guys with a focus on fit and comfort without looking like “big boy”.

How to dress big and tall men

Dressing big and tall men can be a challenge. However, there are many ways to dress them and make them look good.

The best way to dress a big and tall man is to create a fabric and color palette that will suit their body type. The clothing should be tailored, light, and breezy while still giving enough coverage. The outfits should not be too tight or too short while wearing them while picking clothes of the right size for their height is important.

How to dress big and tall men

It can also help to get the right proportions of the clothing such as the length of the shirt, length of trousers etcetera in order to make sure that they fit properly on their body type.

There are some other guidelines that you need to keep in mind when you’re dressing for a big and tall person.

  • The waistbands need to be thinner because wider bands add weight and volume to the hips.
  • You need to use a belt with a longer length for better visual proportion.
  • You can make it work with a tighter fit, but there has to be no bunching or gapping in the back.
  • Avoid overdoing it with patterns or prints.
  • For shoes, flat shoes are best because they don’t add height and provide more comfort.

Casual dressers who are big or tall can face the problem of not being able to find clothing that fits them.

Big men often have to buy custom-made clothing, which is difficult because they are hard to find. And if you do find them, the prices are usually high.

Luckily, big and tall men can now take advantage of retail stores that specifically cater to their needs. They are designed with larger dressing rooms, clothes racks for longer stockings, and extra-long mirrors.

How to dress big and short men

First of all, you need to know about your body type. You can either be proportionately long or short. If you are proportionately long, then you should wear clothes that are long and leaner. For example, wearing a shirt with fitted jeans will elongate your body type. If you are proportionately short, then it is best to wear clothes that are wide and have length, for example, a shirt with slacks or trousers.

How to dress big and short men

If you have bigger arms it is usually best to lengthen the sleeves of the shirt so they don’t bunch up at the wrists or armpits. Wearing fitted clothes will also help draw attention away from the chest area if needed too.

Here we cover three simple tips that you can use when shopping for clothes for big and short men:

  • Make sure they’re proportionate.
  • Don’t forget about the length
  • Go with the classics

A common problem for shorter men is finding clothes that have a good fit. It’s important to find high-quality clothes that are designed to fit a big and short frame. In addition, it’s always good to look for clothes that have a looser fit, as tight clothes can make you appear even shorter than you already are.

Men who are taller than average may not realize that they can’t wear the same style of shirt or pants as someone with a shorter height because the size is different. Bigger people may also be tempted to show off their size by adding layers of clothing, but this leads to an “overly bulky”.

Plus Size Men’s T-shirts

If you’re like most people, you probably imagine something like this: a big, baggy t-shirt with a picture of a motorcycle on it and the words “Born to Ride.” It’s a look that definitely has its place in the world. But nothing beats the comfort of a long sleeve solid t-shirt with a loose fit.

Plus Size Men's T-shirts

Plus Size Men’s Polo Shirts

We want to see you looking fabulous and like the confident, stylish person you are. Whether you want a classic polo shirt for everyday wear or a summery, bright option for those hot days at the beach, you can pick anything from solid black to vibrant yellow or orange.

Plus Size Men's Polo Shirts

Plus Size Shirts For Men

Whether you’re looking for a casual shirt to wear on the weekends or want a more professional option for work, there are a lot of options to choose from. Make sure to choose subtle checkered patterns or small prints. When in doubt, pick solid colors and pair them with jeans or trousers.

Plus Size Shirts For Men

Plus Size Men’s Pants

Well, we recommend stocking a bunch of different pants in different styles and colors like a pair of light-washed denim, something sleek and comfortable like chinos and joggers, so you can pair them with different types of shirts. All of them work for you if you choose the right fit.

Plus Size Men's Pants

Plus Size Men’s Summer Fashion

Summer fashion is all about comfortable and airy clothing. This applies to plus size men as well! For plus size men’s summer fashion, pick half sleeve shirts with light and airy fabrics. Make sure to choose light colors and pair them with contrasting bottoms.

Plus Size Men's Summer Fashion

Men’s Plus Size Winter Jackets

Winter jackets are a staple for men of any body type. Plus size men should choose jackets with a hemline that matches the length of the shirt or t-shirt. Pick contrasting colors for a casual, balanced and proportionate look.

Men's Plus Size Winter Jackets


How To Keep Thigh Highs Up Plus Size

How do thigh highs stay up?

For many, thigh highs are a wardrobe staple to wear under different plus size clothing items. They can be worn with business suits, dresses and everything in between. But they have a reputation: they slide down. This can be frustrating and uncomfortable, especially if you’re on the larger side. But how do thigh highs stay up? The good news is that there are ways to make sure that they stay up.

How To Keep Thigh Highs Up Plus SizeWays To Keep Thigh Highs Up

Roll The Thigh Highs

Roll The Thigh HighsTalcum Powder

Using talcum powder or cornstarch to keep the thigh highs in place without the trouble is a good idea. Before putting on your stockings, sprinkle some on your thighs. By lowering moisture and producing friction in the thigh region, these powders help close-fitting compression garments stay in place.

Garter Straps

Garter belts, often called suspender belts, are garter-like undergarments used around the waist or hips to keep stockings in place. The garter belt contains several straps with clips that may be used to secure thigh highs or stockings to the leg.

Garter Straps


To help you get more wear out of your stockings, we’ve compiled a list of the greatest hosiery tips and techniques. Yes, spraying your tights with hairspray after you’ve put them on is supposed to help tighten the fibres, but only a little spray rather than a dousing is recommended.

hairspray for plus size yhigh highs

Body Adhesive

A body adhesive is an adhesive that keeps hosiery in place against the skin with a roll-on application. Clothing, undergarments, straps, and anything else that has to be held securely in place against the skin can use a body adhesive. Roll the adhesive on the thighs and pull on the thigh highs.

Body Adhesive for plus size thigh highs

Layering with Biker Shorts

Layering your thigh highs with a pair of biker shorts will help create enough friction as well as coverage. Make sure to keep the biker short over thigh highs so that the technique works for keeping the thigh highs in place.

Layering with biker shorts

Thigh highs with Silicone gel

Thigh highs are kept up by one or more bands sewed to the top, which are silicone-backed on the inside. Because of the elastic and the friction of the silicone against the skin, the thigh highs stay in place.

How do you get thigh highs to stay up without garters?

Stay ups and hold-ups are stockings with an elastic or silicone band around the top. The stockings are meant to stay above your mid-thigh. They are designed to hold the stockings up without the use of a garter belt.

How do I stop my ups from falling down?

How to wear hold up stockings

  • Roll them on. Don’t pull as this can stretch the fabric and make them sag, which can cause them to slip.
  • Keep your legs dry. Dry legs are the key to keeping them up.
  • Avoid oils. To keep the area dry, avoid moisturisers or oils on your legs.
  • Try gels.
  • Keep them clean.

Why won’t my thigh highs stay up?

Not correctly worn – Have you pulled your thigh highs all the way up to the top of your legs? Thigh highs are designed to sit on the very top of your thigh. Your stockings won’t stay up if you are wearing thigh highs over your knee. The band size may be too large for your leg.

Can you use hairspray to keep thigh highs up?

We’ve rounded up the best hosiery tips and tricks to help you get more wear out of your stockings. Yes, spraying your tights with hairspray once you’ve put them on will apparently help to reinforce the fibres, though be sure to give yourself just a light spray rather than a dousing.

How do you keep thigh high TED hose from rolling down?

The stocking is overstretched at the top and tends to slide down. To fix this, put on your donning gloves and bring up some of the material from your ankle. Spreading the material evenly on the leg prevents the compression stocking from pulling itself down.

How do I stop my thigh high boots from rolling down?

Simply place a loop of double-sided tape around your leg (preferably over nylons, tights, leggings, or socks) where the top of your boots will sit. Once you put them on, gently press your boots into the band of tape to help keep them secure.

How do I stop my TED hose from rolling?

Use a garter belt, body adhesives and pantyhose A garter belt is a waist attachment for compression stockings. They keep the stockings up by latching on to your waist and attaching to the stockings at the upper thighs. Alternatively, you can go for body adhesives. These adhesives are made of a hypoallergenic material.

How high should thigh highs go?

Thigh highs come up to your mid-thigh. Proper thigh highs are made with a silicone band, where the top of the stocking sits 2–3 inches away from your inseam. This type of hosiery stays up more securely and comfortably compared to the shorter stocking types with elastic bands.

How high should hold ups go?

Hold-ups do not require additional straps, so they are very comfortable to use. All you need to do is pull them up your legs and make sure that the silicone band sticks to your skin. Don’t forget that the top of the stockings should be higher than the lower edge of your dress or skirt.

How Do You Wear Stay ups?

The stay up should be positioned mid-thigh. Too high you will create a muffin top look, too low and it will most certainly slip down. You know that you have the correct size when the band fits snugly and isn’t restrictive. Never moisturize your legs when wearing thigh highs as this will make them fall.

How To Style A Maxi Dress Plus Size

How To Style A Maxi Dress Plus Size

Maxi dresses are the perfect choice for a plus size outfit and you get to feel confident, comfortable, and gorgeous all at once. But if you’ve been wearing them the same way for a while, it might be time to mix it up a bit. How to style a maxi dress plus size? Here are some ways to style a maxi dress like a fashionista!

Here are some quick tips for how to style a maxi dress plus size:

  1. Go for flowy fabrics like linen and chiffon. These will help create a flattering shape and make you look slimmer.
  2. Add some heels! This will elongate your legs and make them look longer, which adds height to any outfit. And if you don’t wear heels often? Don’t worry: you can wear flats too!
  3. Wear a belt! Belts are perfect for creating curves on any body type, so go ahead and cinch that waistline with one of our belts that come in all colors of the rainbow

Plus Size Maxi Dresses For Summer

Maxi dresses are a perfect choice for summer because they’re lightweight and flowy. The first thing to think about when choosing a maxi dress for summer is what color you would like it in. The summer is a great time to wear those fun and colorful maxi dresses.

Plus Size Maxi Dresses For Summer

Plus Size Wrap Maxi Dress

The wrap style creates a flattering, elongated silhouette that looks great on any body type. Made from a lightweight, airy fabric, this dress features a beautiful floral print and adjustable straps to help you feel comfortable and confident.

Plus Size Wrap Maxi Dress

Solid Off Shoulder Slit Dress

Get your flirt on in this dress, featuring an alluring off the shoulder neckline and a side slit to highlight your legs. Keep the jewelry and footwear subtle. Add your favorite pearl earrings and strappy sandals to complete the look!

Solid Off Shoulder Slit Dress

Floral Asymmetric Plus Size Maxi Dress

It’s time to put away the dark and dreary clothes of winter. The floral print is so pretty and feminine that you’ll want to wear this dress everywhere! The asymmetric hemline will have you feeling like the most stylish girl in the room.

Floral Asymmetric Plus Size Maxi Dress

Checkered Plus Size Long Maxi Dress

This checkered plus size long maxi dres is very beautiful and flattering, a great choice for party wear. It will quickly become one of your favorite pieces in your closet! Pair it with sandals, heels or wedges for a look that’s sure to turn heads.

Checkered Plus Size Long Maxi Dress

Plus Size Long Maxi Dresses

If you’re looking for a colorful dress for a beach day or a day out, we have something that will make you look and feel amazing. You can wear this pleated plus size long maxi dress with any type of footwear from heels to flats.

Pleated Long Plus Size Maxi Dress

What tops to wear with maxi dresses?

If you want to wear your maxi dress to work, simply smarten it up with a blazer, belt and ankle boots. Bright floral or tie-dye print maxi dresses are great for adding colour to a daytime look.

How can I make my maxi dress more flattering?

Layer with a short jacket This is a great way to add structure too. You can opt for a jacket that ends at your waist (for a 1/4 – 3/4 silhouette that makes your legs look extra long). A longer jacket will work too which creates the usually very flattering 1/3 – 2/3 silhouette.

How do you wear a maxi dress if you are short and curvy?

Should a maxi dress touch the ground?

The hemline should nearly touch the ground or at least make it to you ankles. Any shorter and it looks like you purchased the wrong size. Look for dresses that use less material instead of more.

If you are short – wear heels with the dress to give you a little extra length.

Can you wear a cardigan with a maxi dress?

Unless it’s specifically a sundress, flowy maxi dress, or a dress made of a thin summer fabric like linen, you can totally get away with wearing certain dresses all season long. Just pair one of your favorite dresses with a warm cardigan in a heavier fabric, thicker than a cardigan you’d wear in spring or summer.

How long should my maxi dress be?

One question we hear is this: How long should a maxi dress be? On a petite woman, the ideal length for a maxi dress is somewhere between the ankle and the top of the foot. Go longer and you end up having to carry your dress all day. Go shorter and you look too boxy.

How do you wear a maxi dress over 50?

Older women can wear a maxi if: Keep it simple. Keep it light. Don’t overload on accessories! Pay attention to proportions. Cropped jackets and sweaters work well with longer length dresses. Mind your fabrics. You want a fabric that drapes and flows nicely. Fit counts. Wear appropriate footwear. Sandals are perfect!

Are maxi dresses frumpy?

Loose, baggy maxi dresses with no waist definition (think mu-mus) are frumpy and aging. … For example, a long sleeve maxi wrap dress crisscrosses at the bust and carves out a waist, giving you a very feminine, youthful shape. Maxi dresses with elastic waists or belts also give you more of a beautiful hourglass shape.

How do you wear a maxi dress if you are petite?

Do long dresses make you look taller or shorter?

This might sound surprising to you at first, but maxi dresses actually can look very flattering on shorter women. One of the key factors in styling short girls is to create a column of colors. Because of its continuous color and pattern, a maxi dress can effectively elongate your body frame.

How do you wear a maxi dress to a wedding?

Wearing a maxi dress with leggings, a matching jacket, or a shawl is good for staying warm when an extra layer is needed. Cool for spring and summer: Be pretty in pastels, prints, and delicate lace for warm-weather wedding venues. Choose an a-line dress or a free-flowing chiffon shift maxi with a loose airy fit.

Bridal Hairstyles For Plus Size Women

Bridal Hairstyles For Plus Size Women

Are you a plus size bride who wants to look great on her special day? A wedding is always a very memorable event for any girl. And every girl tries to be the most beautiful princess on her wedding day and that needs a perfect hairstyle to complete her look. Bridal hairstyles are as trendy as wedding dresses. Girls usually specialized in hair. Here you will get some best hairstyle ideas for plus-size brides. Just be with the post and choose a hairstyle as per your taste.

As most people say, hair is the ultimate glory. You can make or break an appearance. Therefore, handling hairstyles can sometimes be quite difficult, especially for special occasions. Especially, if you are a prospective groom, you should pay attention to hairstyling as you spend a lot of time in wedding dresses, entourage, settings, and buffets.

Open Hair Hairstyle

Open Hair Hairstyle

When it comes to hairstyling, not everyone can rock a bunch of flowers or a smooth bun. So, for brides who want to lighten their hair, one of the most elegant looks this season for plus size bride, the open hair look. If you want to keep your hair as natural as possible without wearing heavy hair accessories, this lovely bridal hairstyle is for you.

Hairstyle with Floral Tiara

Hairstyle with Floral Tiara

You want flowers in your hair, but don’t want a bun? Here’s how you can get the best of both worlds. This fun and casual hairstyle is a great choice for plus size brides looking to drop their hair for their wedding day. Add a floral tiara to your long beach waves to make you look like a princess.

Braided Bun with Tiara

Braided Bun with Tiara plus size bride

This beautiful braided bun with a diamond tiara is a fabulous bridal hairstyle inspiration for your wedding reception. Even better if you are planning to wear a gown with this hairstyle! You are sure to look like a royal princess in this one.

Simple Bridal Hairstyle with Maangtika

Nothing looks more luxurious than tying your hair up with a hair dryer perfectly without accessories. With this hairstyle, you can wear a beautiful mantika or a simple matta patty! Pairing this hairstyle with a beaded dress and warm colors is heaven.

Braided Updo Hairstyle

Braided Updo Hairstyle

Brides like to look elegant on their wedding day, so it’s a good idea to choose the same hairstyle. An elegant hairstyle for the plus size bride, this elegant braided updo is perfect to wear with a reception gown or designer sari. Match the flowers to complete the bridal look!

One Sided Loose Curls

One Sided Loose Curls

Here’s another plus size bridal hairstyle for those who want to lay their hair down on an important day. This side-swept loose curls hairstyle with flowers looks elegant and can be worn on any wedding occasion. The best part is that it goes well with any outfit.

Simple Bridal Hairstyle

Simple Bridal Hairstyle

Nothing looks more luxurious than tying your hair up with blow dried hair perfectly without accessories and rest hair flaunting naturally.  With this hairstyle, you can wear a beautiful gown and a light neck piece. This hairstyle looks stunning on a plus size bride.

Cute Plus Size Bridal Hairstyle

Cute Plus Size Bridal Hairstyle

Drop your hair into soft waves with this cute bridal hairstyle. This hairstyle is simple yet give stunning look on your special day.

Side Fringe Hairstyle

Side Fringe Hairstyle

Fans of Indian hairstyles for weddings have a voluminous blow-dried side fringe with an elegant bun adorned with beautiful flowers. A takeaway from this looks amazing with a gown.

Open Hair with Light Curl

Open wavy hair plus size bride

Keeping your hair open on your wedding day is a great idea, especially if it’s your day. Take this bridal hairstyle photo for your inspiration and wear bouncy curls with small tiara matching your bridal outfit for a graceful bridal look.

Bridal Hairstyle In Bun

Buns are very common when styling a wedding day look. But what stands out is the way the accessories are used. Absolutely love how this bride wore a bun with dried hair at the front.

Some Ideas for Bridal Hairstyles

  • A very common hairstyle for brides is an up-do. It is suitable when you want a more elegant and formal look.
  • The chignon, made by twisting your hair into a bun and fixing it at the nape of the neck, is also a very pretty classic choice.
  • Recently, many brides choose to have their bangs down. If you have short hair, light curls that give it a bit of body will look great.
  • If you have long hair, you can create a versatile look with a soft perm with natural curls.
  • Consider putting on hair accessories to accentuate your hairstyle. Fresh flowers go well with the outdoor theme, and the tiara gives off a princess feel. The crystal-studded Diamante hair accessory adds a shimmery effect, especially if you’re hosting an evening banquet.

The bridal hair should complement the face shape, wedding dress, wedding theme, and makeup. Every bride deserves to be most beautiful on her important day, and so are you! The most important recommendation here is to listen to your intuition and taste. You can’t already imitate. All you need is to match your personality and bridal hairstyle. Do not rush or fall into despair.

Fashion For Plus Size Over 50

Fashion For Plus Size Over 50

Crossing 50s calls for a celebration. You have completed half a century. You have probably accomplished all your goals and are thinking about your retirement. Or maybe you are a hustler and still working towards your dreams or creating goals to achieve at this age. Whichever defines you as a 50-year-old, we have the right fashionable clothes for you. In this article, we will discuss plus-size 50 years old dressing style. Let us see what these are. Below is the fashion for plus-size that you can wear after crossing 50.

Go Floral

Florals are welcoming. Rock your 50s by wearing floral pants, tops, or even dresses. The best part about florals is you can wear them anywhere.

Be it a party or an official meet, florals can handle it all. If you missed florals in your 20s because they look old, this is the time for you to wear them.

Go Floral

Everyday Pants

Who is stopping you from wearing your favorite pair of pants? The pants are comfortable to wear and look super classy. Challenge your younger generation with your fashionable pants and matching top.

Everyday Pants

A-line Skirt

You are never too old to wear a skirt. If short or tight skirts make you uncomfortable because of age or size, try a-line skirts. They are comfortable to wear and are fashionable.

A-line skirt goes very well with plus size.

a line skirts for plus size women

Dress Young

You don’t have to change your dressing sense because you are ageing or you use plus size clothes. Go young! Live your 20s and 30s again with mini plus size skirts, crop tops, dresses, etc.

Repeating clothes that you first wore in your 20s will make you feel alive and young again. Grab the opportunity of feeling young by wearing plus size fashionable clothes that you find the younger generation wearing.

Midi Dress

Embrace your 50s by wearing midi dresses. Midi dresses are fashionable and look elegant. Wear a plus-size midi dress of your choice and rock the event.

You can further style your midi by adding a long blazer.

midi dress for plus size old women

Do We Have to Change Our Clothing After Crossing 50?

If you are confused about whether you have to change your clothing styles after crossing 50 or not, we are here to help you. Let me break this myth for you.

You don’t have to change your clothing style after crossing 50 if you don’t wish to.

That’s right! There is no compulsion to change your style. You can wear whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident.
However, if you are looking for a change in your clothing, you can follow the below styles:

  • Wear more vibrant colors
  • Don’t wear too much makeup
  • Many 50 years old don’t prefer dresses that show cleavage
  • Wear clothing of the right fit

To conclude, above are some of the styles to try in your 50s. The article also consists of details on what a plus-size 50-year-old prefers wearing. However, there are no limitations and boundaries because you have reached a certain age.

You don’t have to follow the societal expectations of a 50-year-old if you don’t wish to. Go bold and bossy or go cute and adorable, it is your choice. What is your favorite plus-size 50-year-old outfit?

What should I wear over 50 plus size?

  • A wrap or shift dress always looks good.
  • Tunics.
  • Jeans or jeggings.
  • Tailored outfits.
  • Curve-hugging pencil skirts.

How do you stop frumpy at 50?

Get a great haircut for your face shape and get regular trims and a hair color that flatters your eyes and skin tone. As they age a lot of women go too light with hair color which makes them look washed out and older… especially if they don’t wear makeup. Use conditioner and keep your roots done!

How do you look hot when your fat?

Highlight your chest, arms, and legs if you’re apple-shaped. Try tops that show a bit of skin on the shoulders and chest. Wear tailored skirts or pants to make your body look more sleek and smooth. This will create balance between your midsection and the rest of your body.

How can I dress over 50 and overweight

Opt for longer tops to flatter your midsection. Instead, stick with long, flattering tops that cover your entire waist and that go down to your hips. For example, you could wear a long tank top or t-shirt for a casual look. Try a long sweater or tunic-style blouse for something a bit dressier.

Can a 60 year old wear distressed jeans?

You don’t have to ever stop wearing ripped jeans. You can wear ripped jeans over 50, ripped jeans over 60, and even ripped jeans over 70 – you just need to be aware of the number of rips.

Which Type of Dresses is Suitable For Fat Women?

  • Choose Dark colours like black, navy blue and deep brown that have a thinning effect on the body.
  • Dark, prewashed denim look amazing on your figures.
  • Maxi dresses are other great options to try.
  • A-line skirts and dresses are your new best friends and never make you fail.

What should you not wear after age 50?

  • Cleavage.
  • Baggy and Oversized Clothes.
  • Light, neutral colors.
  • Heels.
  • Crop Tops and Hot Pants.
  • Too Many Old Fashion Styles.
  • Fleece.

How To Style A Midi Skirt Plus Size

Plus Size Midi Skirt Outfits

Midi Skirts are a popular choice for Plus Size ladies because of their breezy style. You may confidently show off your legs while remaining in your comfort zone. For summers, wear them along tops with bright color and cute prints. For winters, slay with them along with high neck tops, scarves, and turtleneck sweaters. Here is a curation of plus size midi skirt outfits along with some styling tips and reference pictures.

Plus Size Ruffle Midi Skirt

This plus size ruffle midi skirt features a flattering ruffled hem, an elastic waistband and subtle leopard print. Pair with a solid color top and your favorite heels for a look that’s both on-trend and fun! You can also wear sneakers or canvas shoes for comfort.

Plus Size Ruffle Midi Skirt 

Plus Size Dalmatian Print Midi Skirt

Prints are everything right now. Try this plus size dalmatian print midi skirt in a monochrome print for a trendy look. Add a thin waistbelt to accentuate your waistline and finish the look with solid black boots.

Plus Size Dalmatian Print Midi Skirt 

Plus Size Printed Midi Skirt With Sweatshirt

Full of feminine flair and sure to be your favorite printed skirt, this plus size printed midi skirt with sweatshirt outfit is a must try for every fashionista! Pair this skirt with a sweater and tuck it into the waistband for a cute style.

Plus Size Printed Midi Skirt With Sweatshirt 

Pleated Midi Skirt With Solid T-Shirt

If you love the idea of a flippy little skirt but want something with a bit more coverage, this combination of pleated midi skirt with solid t-shirt is for you! This midi-length skirt has pleats that sway around your legs as you walk, giving you a sophisticated silhouette.

Pleated Midi Skirt With Solid T-Shirt 

Plus Size Checkered Midi Skirt

Well, we know that you don’t want to look like everyone else, and that’s why we’re so excited to present to you this Plus Size Checkered Midi Skirt. Pick the one with colorful checks and pair it up with a solid top and bright heels.

Plus Size Checkered Midi Skirt 

Plus Size Printed Tiered Midi Skirt

The hemline for this plus size printed tiered midi skirt is just below the calf and flares out in a flirty way. We recommend this skirt because it’s perfect for a night out with some boots or even for a day at the office with a blazer. It’s beautiful and versatile!

Plus Size Printed Tiered Midi Skirt 

Plus Size Abstract Midi Skirt

This Plus Size Abstract Midi Skirt is a sweet and breezy skirt, with beautiful abstract patterns all over. It’s the perfect length, and the flouncy details make it a fun piece to wear. Pick a solid top or a front knot shirt for a contrasting look.

Plus Size Abstract Midi Skirt 

Plus Size Leather Midi Skirt

Exude a chic silhouette in this plus size leather midi skirt. It’s perfect for work, parties, and everything in between. Whether you’re showing up to the office or just getting ready for a weekend out with the girls wear it with your favorite pair of pumps or flats to complete the look.

Plus Size Leather Midi Skirt 

How do you wear a midi skirt without looking frumpy?

Are midi skirts frumpy?

Midi skirts don’t have to look frumpy. Midi skirts are a new season staple and knowing how to wear them can be the difference between a style hit and miss. Here, we give our tips on the best way to wear midi skirts for spring.

How do you style midi skirt?

What length should a midi skirt be?

The term “midi” applies to any length from two inches below the knees to just above the ankles. The easiest lengths for most women are just above the swell of the calf (a couple of inches below the knees) or just below the calves (so that a few inches of ankle show).

How do you style a midi skirt casual?

Pair a wide-brimmed sun hat with a button-up midi skirt and a loose blouse for a boho, feminine finish. Add balance to a fitted skirt with a snug top by adding statement jewelry like bangles or a pendant necklace to your look. Midi skirts are cute and classic style choice for any season.

Are midi skirts still in style?

Are midi skirts still in style? Midi skirts are still in style; in fact, they are a wardrobe staple. This is true, especially for the winter months. When it is cold outside, be sure to embrace chunky knits, turtleneck sweaters, and button-down tops.

How do you style a midi skirt?

The midi skirt has fuller coverage, so wear it with a contrasting little top – like a crop top or little tank – or a tucked-in blouse for waist definition. Wear midi skirts with sweaters and coats in the fall and winter, and little tops in the spring and summer!

Can you wear a midi skirt if you’re short?

Midi dresses, on the other hand, is sort of an awkward length, because it does have the potential to make your legs look cut off since it ends on the calves and it can also make your calves look thick. You CAN wear midi dresses if you are short!

What boots go with a midi skirt?

If you’re hesitant about how to round off, a pair of black ankle boots are a tested option. Why not consider wearing a black knit turtleneck and a midi skirt? Both pieces are totally comfortable and look nice when worn together. Black ankle boots will be a stylish addition to your look.

How do you wear a midi skirt in the summer?

How to Wear a Midi Skirt in Summer. As for a summer midi skirt outfit, I love wearing a tank top and sandals. One example below is a much more casual look with a tied cotton tank and fun accessories to complete the ruffled leopard midi skirt. Another is an all-blush look that is totally a work-appropriate outfit.