Full-figured women rely on Skinny Jeans Black jeans as an essential part of their casual attire. There are many varieties and colors of jeans that are available for this group. If you are a plus size lady you can find jeans that are made for your specific body type whether you are tall or short, pear-shaped or well-rounded. There is a jean available that will emphasize your best attributes and camouflage your flaws. The right fitting jean is a great addition to any wardrobe.
It is important to accept the shape and size of your body, and get over the fact that you are not a size 6 or 8, before you go shopping for a pair of jeans. When you do not accept yourself, they are negative thoughts, and they will make you have a negative image about yourself. Focus on the fact that you are a healthy woman. This will make it easier to find a pair of jeans that is so you!
It depends upon the manufacturer, of course, but larger size jeans usually come in sizes 14 to 28. Size 14 in a plus size garment generally corresponds to a 16 regular. Larger size dungarees are offered with “Misses” measurements and with “Junior” measurements. The former term means that the legs are looser, the hip section is wider, and the waistband sits higher than it does in the Juniors.
Jeans in a “junior” cut fit snugly in the leg and sit low on the waist. They are rather form-fitting, and full-figured shoppers should try on both jean cuts, taking into consideration their comfort and style, as well as the look. Model the different cuts in a full-length mirror, or, better yet, a three-way mirror, so that you can evaluate the fit from a number of perspectives. Make sure you are completely satisfied in every way before you buy. There is no best cut-it is a personal choice.
Full figured women who have a “pear” shape prefer boot cut jeans. A pear shaped body can be described as being biggest in the middle section (from the lower part of the stomach to the upper thighs).
Boot cut jeans are popular because they de-emphasize the longer part of the body, which is a slimming look. Boot cut jeans generally look better with shoes with a heel or even platform shoes instead of shoes with a flat heel.
Tapered jeans usually do not look good on a plus size woman and should be avoided, unless you really want to draw attention to the least liked parts of your body. Tapered style bottoms should really be reserved for the very thin girls.
Plus size garter belts have been around for a long time, but you don't hear about them very often because when people think of "plus size" they envision someone who is hugely overweight tromping around in some sort of humorous situation. While this can be funny to think of and watch in a movie, it's also a misconception of what plus-size really is.
Some of America's hottest stars are considered plus-size. Take Britney Spears for example who at recent shows was seen wearing several different plus size garter belts throughout the show. Kim Kardashian would also count as plus size; both women are thought of to be extremely sexy and while you may not see them in plus size garter belts most men probably wish they could!
Women like this help break down the stereotype of what plus-size really is and if you're a plus size woman you can do your part by being bold and sexy whenever you get a chance. Just because your ribs aren't showing doesn't mean you're not sexy!
Part of the reason for this stereotype is movies and magazines depicting the sexiest models and superstars as being extremely skinny. While they can also look very beautiful this definitely doesn't limit sexiness to this alone.
Plus garter belts are a good example of how to show off your sexiness in the bedroom no matter what size you are. You can find them online or in stores. While most women won't feel comfortable going to the store in person to purchase this, you can always try them on in store once, then once you know your size you need purchase them online.
Spring 2007 is here. If you've got flab you'd like to hide, this is your season. Tight fitting clothes are out. Loose clothes are in. That means, clothes are so much more forgiving this season, with plenty of room to hide that extra pint of ice cream you'd just eaten.
Some of the new clothes, though loose are best avoided. You want to hide the excess, not make your hips look even bigger than they are. That means a tulips skirt is out.. that is unless you have a really small waist.
A look I particularly like at the Spring 2007 shows in Milan is the wrap top over loose pants. It skims the figure, hides the flab and less than perfect legs yet hints at curves with subtle sexuality. Another look for spring that is forgiving on real women is the slouchy dress. Yet another is the baby doll long dress with a high waist, but flows loosely to the hem of the skirt. Watch out for huge, puffy sleeves though. They might make you appear even larger than you are. Then again, you might be able to carry them off. Try them and scrutinize yourself in the changing room before you decide whether to adopt that look this Spring.
If you have flabby arms, then indulge in those dresses with long sleeves. I saw some gorgeous ones that skim the figure forgivingly and hide the arms completely. Dresses like these would give a svelte illusion.
Also great for plus size women is the A-line trench coat. That is the most flattering cover all you can buy as it hides the flab and hints and a womanly figure.
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To update your wardrobe for Spring 2007, you need these.
- Loose pants in a neutral color
- A slouchy dress
- A belt to define your waist
- A flowing long dress with bell sleeves
- A wrap top
- A trench coat [http://www.women-plus-size-clothing.com/plussizetrenchcoats.htm] that is either A-line or one that is belted at the waist.