With the holiday season upon us, chances are you will be looking for plus size fashion inspiration. Thanks to the influx of love from designers out there for the full figure model, there are many of beautiful faces and bodies that you can look to. Finding the right style muse will be all about who matches your mood and fashion sense.
For the past few years, Full Figured Fashion Week has been the place to head for what is on trend and what is to come in full figure fashion. 2017 was a phenomenal year for the weeklong celebration of everything from clothes, to lingerie to how to dress your man! The week was inspiring for designers and ladies of fuller sizes. Here is a look back at our favorite events and favorite new styles.
Becoming body positive is about embracing your shape, curves, highs and lows and loving every bit of you, because you are you. From Instagram to Twitter to runways across the country and in the pages of mainstream magazines, powerful women who wear sizes 14 to 30+ are confidently showing off their curves. These women are spreading the #bodypositivity social media movement with wit, charm and OOTD (outfit of the day) photo journeys that everyone can relate to. If you are starting to embrace who you are, particularly through social media posts, be sure to follow these five ladies for major #inspo when it comes to curating a body positive inspirational news feed.
Finding ways to stay healthy can be difficult. We all know that we feel better after a workout; getting motivated to start is more challenging. Here are three of our favorite plus size fitness bloggers to help you stay motivated and body confident.
Investing in high-quality and comfortable lingerie will allow you to look and feel your best. When making a purchase, think about your favorite bra and why it is your favorite. Use your experience as a guide to the features that matter most to you, and see if you can find these same features in a new look. Make sure you are truly satisfied with your choice and use the option to exchange the lingerie until you get it right. When purchasing lingerie, consider following these tips and you should have no trouble choosing the option that feels and looks the best on you!
There are so many choices when buying a bra, it can be overwhelming. For curvy women, fit and function are more important, but not always used within the more fashionable styles. Must you settle for a less attractive bra that is shaping and supportive, or sacrifice comfort for something fashionable? When you know which features to look for you can find the right bra that fits you perfectly and looks great too!
There is nothing better than waking up, slipping into your clothing and feeling great about how you look. Your clothing says a lot about you and your personal style - and the perfect outfit begins with your intimate apparel. Properly fitted plus size lingerie is comfortable to wear, compliments your curves, and make your clothes look even better. This is especially true for plus size bras sized 46C and up, where the post-purchase disappointment level is extremely high. How do you find the perfect plus size bra that is comfortable to wear, makes you look amazing, and is pretty? Read on!
Full figure Bras. Can't live with them, can't live without them. Especially if your figure is on the curvy side - 40C or better.
How many times have you walked into a lingerie store to see all kinds of cute bras, but the two in your size come in nude (which doesn't match your skin) and white and look like something out of the 1950s? Plus size lingerie and "pretty" never seem to go together.
Which is why so many full-figured women have bra envy - whether it's envy of the cute lace number that doesn't come in your size or envy of the fortunate who can actually go braless without feeling as if they're going to sag to the center of the earth.
There’s no denying it - that feeling of relief when you arrive home and finally have the chance to unclasp your bra and kick back for the night is a cherished moment that every woman looks forward to. Most likely, the discomfort felt while wearing your bra comes from how it was designed and then fitted. A poorly designed, uncomfortable full figured bra can actually be bad for your health. To follow are some potential health issues that can arise from wearing the wrong full figure bra.
Ladies, push aside the push-up bra - there’s a new it-item busting out as spring’s hottest pluz size lingerie trend: the bralette! Yes, the dainty bralette with its wireless and minimalist construction, light padding (if any) and minimal support has primarily been a petite woman’s weapon of mass seduction - until now. Supportive bralettes for full figure women do exist and have become a game changer in the lingerie industry.