How many times has it happened, that you wish to try on something new but always get turned down by those crazy fashion police or advices trash on internet that says that plump people aren’t supposed to dress-up?
It’s the time of the era where people are constantly judging others on the basis of looks. What looks good on one doesn’t really look good on other. They say slim petite women can carry of everything well; right from smokey eye-shadow to sexy stilettos. What about the ones on the heavier side of the scale? “Nah you can’t wear that, you’re fat!”
But hey, being plump doesn’t mean you can’t look gorgeous. All it takes is a dash of confidence teamed with the right outfit and make-up. Tada! You’re ready to show-off those curves and rock the world. The following are some styles that stereotypes claim plump people can’t wear, yet should be worn with pride.
The most typically heard saying is, “Short skirts, oh no! Your thighs will look so fat!” duh! They are already fat dude how does it make a difference? On the contrary, long flowing skirts can outline your curves more than the mid-knee one does. Go for a printed one like Sona has or the semi-formal plain one from Stalkbuylove . Team it up with a shrug or with a three-fourth sleeve top, nude makeup and a long chain with a pendant.
We always hear, plump people are advised not to wear high-waist jeans or even low-waist ones for that matter. Some say it makes their fat look more pronounced or the stomach bloated, etc. Everyone has a different opinion, do you want to listen to all or yourself is the question. Skinny jeans are skin-fit tight jeans. A skinny jeans not only looks classy but even adds to the sexy quotient. Wear them with flats if you’re heighted or wedges if not.
According to some people, plump women can’t even wear dresses. Why? Well it will look-ill suited and drab err let’s get out of the negative zone and focus on flaunting the curves. Fitted tight single colour dresses with v-necks or slight cleavage look amazing as opposed to the loose fitted or frilly frock ones.
Be it any occasion, weddings to soiree, Saree has always been an epitome of beauty and grace. Petite or curvy, anyone can pull it off only if you know how to. It isn’t fussy nor would anyone dare to tell you, you shouldn’t wear one. And if they do, oh pity the fault in their fashion stars. Although take care not to wear sleeveless blouse, a three-fourth or mega sleeve one would look classier.
Which woman doesn’t love wearing heels and makeup? Everyone does. But anything in excess can be disastrous. First comes hair then comes makeup. If you have short hair, leave them down and straighten them. Long hair can be coiled in a fancy plait and hung on one shoulder or simply curl them and leave them be. Once all this is in place, let your eyes and smile do the talking. Light smokey eyes to a lipstick of your choice, red looks sexy any day. A big dial watch and a clutch and yo! Girl you’re ready to rock.
Fat or thin doesn’t matter, what does is how you portray yourself. Be proud and flaunt your curves.