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Women’s Plus size ¬†are just like fine wine. As they get older, more mature, and more beautiful, their inner woman seems to gain a sense of assured confidence, brought on by the years of experience in life. I have always admired women over 50 who carry their age with a sense of pride, style and class.

As women get older their sense of fashion seems to mature along with them. What is trendy and ‘in fashion’ might not necessarily be the apparel of choice any longer. Why does this happen? Probably as women get busier and have more responsibilities they seem to opt for items which are comfortable to work in not necessarily stylish.

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However I think women should not give up their sense of style, just because their day got busier and a few gray hairs are showing up here and there. On the other hand as women get older they should adjust to their age, by choosing items of clothing which enhance their beauty and their figure.

Plus size women who are over 50 have every reason to dress in a stylish manner. Stores which cater for their needs might not necessarily be easily available, that is true. However that is no reason to compromise. Especially with the Internet being so widely available these days, a multitude of store are suddenly available to cater for a mature plus size woman’s needs.

For instance some stores have a great selection of plus size clothing available which is great for the mature woman’s needs. Prices are reasonable and sizes are vast.

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Mature plus size ladies should be careful to choose items which make the most of their curves, and also their age. Some tips to abide by are the following –

1. Be careful to choose the right size to fit your body. Don’t go for items which fit too tightly, the idea if for clothing to hug your body so that is gives it definition and enhances the curves. Choosing items which are too tight will not look too classy. At the same times items which are too baggy should also be avoided. Your dress of choice does not have to look like a tent! Just because you’re plus size, does not mean you have to hide your body. Show off those beautiful curves in a classy and chic manner.

2. Avoid fussy prints. Fussy fabrics have the tendency to make plus size women look even bigger. While we are proud of our curves, the clothing we choose should make the most of our full figures, enhancing them instead of giving them wrong definition.

3. Stick to classic designs and clean cuts. Just as fussy printed fabrics make us look a little bit bigger, so do fussy designs. For example avoid too much frill and things of the sort. Such clothing does not help define a full figured body to the best of it’s shape. Instead stick clean cuts and classic designs which work best for our curves.

4. Try and avoid wearing anything that is too short. If you have beautiful legs, be proud of them and by all mean show them off whenever you get a chance however, do this with taste, style and moderation. Do wear skirts and shorts. However avoid anything that is too short.

5. As we get older, some parts of our body tend to lose some of that useful gravity. This is nothing to worry about, as when choosing clothes and underwear with good support, things can be kept up to the necessary heights at all times. However I would suggest not to exposure the arms too much.

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Being over 50 does not mean women have to give up on having a sense of style. Especially not plus size women! On the other hand women should make the most of this time in their life. With the right clothes any plus size lady who is over 50 can look and feel like a million dollars!

As mentioned earlier, a well designed plus size swimwear would detail your body curves to make you look more attractive and give you comfort while spending your day at the beach or on a cruise. Make sure that the cuts are not too revealing especially under your arms or high leg cut because the extra fat will bulge out from here and there, and it will make you look unflattering. Some good styled swimsuits such as empire waist, large straps, under wire are highly recommended if you have a large bust; avoid unfitted swimwear which will give you discomfort when you are in or out of the water.

There are many different colours or patterns (prints) for swim wear but you should choose the colours and prints that suit your real size shape. Choosing colours for plus size swimwear also depend on your skin colour; if you have a pale complexion and you choose black swimsuit, it definitely would not look good on you. There are some colours that all skin types (pale, dark, fair skin... ) can wear i.e. dark purple; red; emerald green; turquoise; blush (light pink, nude). Since you are a plus size woman, you should not choose blush colours as they will not give a trimming image but you can choose one of the other colours above. If you are short, swimwear in solid colours will make you look taller and slender.

With plus size swimwear prints, stay away from bold prints on areas you don't want to emphasize, instead, wear large prints on the best area which you want to drive the eye to. For instance, if your bust is smaller than your hips (pear shape), large bright patterns on the bust line combined with plain or darker colours on the lower part of the swimsuit will emphasize your bust and give your hips a trim illusion. Busy all over prints in bright or dark coloured swimwear can flatter your appearance and they will distract the eye from stopping on your least favourite area.

Plus size swimwear has become popular in the fashion industry with a variety of styles as a lot of designers realistically recognise the market. But again, many of those designers are experts in making tiny swimwear for stick thin models, it does not mean they would do a good job in making swimsuits for plus size women. You should go for brands which are made by designers who specialise in plus size because they have experience in that particular field.

If you follow the above guidance, you would find that buying a flattering plus size swimwear, which would make you look flatter and younger, is not a difficult thing and you would be proud of wearing it on your favourite holidays.

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Retailers all over the country are abandoning the plus size woman when it comes to stylish and trendy plus size fashions. Part of the reason that the plus-size apparel market is problematic for most retailers is because often times they are more expensive than "regular" sized clothes. This is because plus-size collections are expensive to make as much as 10% or more than standard lines. Experts estimate because they require additional fabrics and special fit models and patterns coupled with a dismal retail environment.

The sad part is that plus size women have very limited options for large women clothing. The designers and manufactures do not seem to mind just putting together old and ugly fashions especially for young people in their twenties and thirties who are overweight. Most plus size women do not mind buying clothes that are marketed as "plus size" if they did not have to choose from tent-like clothes or clothes that are designed for smaller frames just made bigger. When this happens it is not fashionable nor flattering.

The fact is being a large size woman does not make you ugly. But fashion designers have virtually forgotten about this market to the extent that even the models are so called plus size when really they only wear a size 12 at best with flat stomachs and toned body parts. This is not what the average plus size woman looks like. If fashion designers start making clothes with actual plus size women in mind, they might find more success.

Both women and men over the past 5 years have become increasingly more obese which means the demand for stylist, great colors, flexible sizes for the large size woman has extended far beyond what is now available. Plus size women feel more hopeless when they go into store only to find sizes meant for small women along with drab colors and ugly styles. Retailers should realize that plus size women are here to stay and they will buy if clothes meet the demand.

Unfortunately, plus-size shopper options are getting fewer each day. Even though large size women are the latest victim of the recession, the demand is still there. It is almost like retailers have ignored the demands of these customers and abandoned them. However, there are buying options that the plus size woman can have to stave the retail fashion standoff. Most of the plus size women have turned to catalog and internet buying with great success.

There are great catalogs and internet stores that provide great fashions and clothing for the plus size women that fit and have flexible styles, colors, and sizes to fit the large women. Maybe in the future the retailers will realize that their fashion buyers and designers have made a crucial mistake by ignoring the plus size clothing market.

Spring 2017 Fashion For Plus Size Women

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