The air is getting colder as the winter season approaches. Time to whip out the winter outfits you have stored at the back of your closet. It is now the time to wrap yourself on those warm sweaters, coats, leggings, and boots to ward off the cold from the chilly wind. But do you know how to be on trend anytime this season? Don’t worry because we have prepared some tips for you on how to create early winter fashion styles for plus size women.
Rocking the Knits
Knits are definitely a winter staple so load up on these to mix and match with your skirts, pants, or dresses. You can also wear knits on knits like a knitted sweater with a knitted skirt. Just make sure to wear fancy shoes to increase your style meter. The long-sleeve, knitted top over a black skinny jeans and brown suede/leather boots is a good start. Check out this Chloe Tunic from Comfy USA
Glam up with Tights and Leggings
Tights and leggings are perfect for plus size dresses for women including skirts and shorts but they are not flattering to wear as pants. You can wear tights and leggings with boots, stilettos, flats, or wedges.
The cold season calls for layering clothes to keep the body warm. Use simple basics like a long sleeve top with skinny jeans or leather pants and style them up with statement pieces like vest, jacket such as this Art of Cloth Adi Jacket, and accessories.
Accessorize Plains and Prints
Invest in fabulous accessories like jewelery, bags, shoes, boots, hats, and scarves. Scarves in winter colors are great in accessorizing outfits whether pants, skirt, shorts, and dress ensembles.
Experiment with Fall/Winter Colors
The figure-flattering tones of mauve, cobalt, gray, black, and white are the trend for plus size women. So, let your inner fashionista come out this season and play with these color combinations to stay pretty all the time.
Being smart and well-dressed for the early winter show how much you love your full figure as you are confident to show off your voluptuous assets. The hefty price tag or the designer brand is not important, what matters most is how great you look in the well-chosen ensemble.
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