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Tips To Find The Perfect Wholesale Plus Size Clothing

There is no denying that fashion and comfort go hand in hand. You must feel comfortable in whatever outfit you are wearing and you should be able to carry it with grace and confidence.

One golden rule about fashion is that there is no ideal body type. You can be skinny or you can be curvy- you are perfect just the way you are. Plus-size is a rapidly growing market niche in today’s fashion industry. So what if you have curves? You can look stunning with the right choice of clothes. You can visit various online portals which sell wholesale women’s clothing for cheap.

 

However, there are certain tips you need to follow which will help you choose the right type of clothing which will look most flattering on your body type. Here are some amazing style tips for all the plus size beauties which can be used to make their own style statement.

 

While purchasing wholesale women’s plus size clothing, your objective should be to opt for clothing which hugs your curves and does not make you look bulky. Your clothing should help you look less wide and curvy.

 

The most common mistake plus size women make is that they opt for layers of clothing to hide their curves. Embrace your body. Learn to love it the way it is. The more you layer, the bulkier you look. You should opt for attires which compliment your body and fit you perfectly rather than making you look even larger.

 

It is also advisable to go for vertical prints rather than wearing outfits which have horizontal prints. This will make you look less wide. Before you head out for shopping, you must make sure that you know your body type really well. You can be short and curvy or you could be tall and curvy.

 

Thus, it is important to know your body type and shop accordingly. Depending upon your body type different style strategies would work on you. Once you are aware of your body shape it will be easier for you to find the right clothes and accessories. You can downplay the prominent areas of your body and make your body look well proportioned.

 

While deciding the type of clothing, you need to pay attention to the vertical frame of your body. Are your legs tall or short? Is your torso longer compared to your legs or vice versa? Is your upper half well proportionate with your lower body?

 

These are certain questions you must ask yourself. Having long legs elongates the body giving the perception of a tall and thin body. However, if you are short and curvy, you need to opt for petite plus size clothing. This range of clothing is specifically designed to match the needs of short and curvy women.

 

It is advisable to opt for knee-length skirts if you have long and muscular legs. You must avoid wearing something that extends to the area of your calves, this will make you look stubby. You can also go for deep necklines and pair it up with a short skirt which will make your figure look slimmer.

 

Along with your clothes pay attention to your footwear and accessories. Wearing heels can make a world of a difference. However, if you are not comfortable wearing high heels you can always go for heels which are just one or two inches high.

If you decide to pair your outfit with some jewelry make sure you don't go for statement jewelry. This will bring unwanted attention to your neck area. You can rather opt to style multiple delicate necklaces and layer them.

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