Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Why the search for a plus-size wedding outfit almost drove me crazy

Plus-size shopping is no longer a real problem. But as a maid of honor for a wedding? The pure horror! The experience report of a plus-size model.

I stand in the locker room and look down at myself. I don't like what I see there. Not at all A knee-length skirt without any contour and a pair of chunky shoes with block heels. Dreadful. As a plus-size girl, why can't I look just as classy and chic as others at weddings ? The search for my wedding outfit in size 48 almost drove me crazy! formal dresses for women


"I just don't look fancy!"

When I imagine myself, it is usually in a size 38. All the clothes that I see and find beautiful, I do not imagine in a large size, but as they hang on the dollIt has always been like this. Although I've always been tall. But of course it doesn't work that way. Pencil skirts and pointed pumps look neither chic nor classy on me, they just look impossible. So far so good. But I still don't see why I have to change to wide Walle-Walle skirts and flat shoes.

It starts with the shoes : I have big legs and big ankles. So actually every shoe looks much too filigree in relation to the leg . Actually, I don't have the option of wearing a coarser shoe as a counterweight to my leg. Chic stiletto heels definitely fall out of the way.

It continues with tight clothes: a body-hugging dress quickly looks overly sexy, especially in plus sizes. Not that I wouldn't like to wear that too. But a wedding is not the right place for me to dress sexy.


"Black stretches - but is out!"

And first the color choice: black is out . Actually my favorite color for any festive occasion. With red lipstick and the right jewelry, black always looks classy. But since weddings are mostly in summer, dark colors like black, dark green and dark blue actually fall out. And let's be honest: black at a wedding is somehow inappropriate. After all, it's not a memorial service!

So let's be clear: Even if I love my pounds and usually never have problems with shopping to find a chic outfit for a wedding in size 48, it almost drove me crazy!

Plus-size dresses are mostly casual and suitable for everyday use or emphasize feminine shapes so much that they are absolutely unsuitable for weddings. No more, dear designers! long sleeve formal dresses

I want light summer dresses that offer support and flatter my figure. And I would like to have chic, light shoes that don't look tiny even on a wide foot and ankle. It hasn't worked out so well this year. But I am very confident that next year I will finally find the perfect wedding outfit in size 48!

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Plus-size model Ashley Graham shows off in sexy lingerie

 Plus-size model Ashley Graham is super sexy. We and your fans have known that for a long time.

But how sexy the beauty really is, you can see at least since Ashley started her own lingerie collection . And this shows once again that women with curves can also wear really beautiful and sexy underwear. formal dresses online

"Provacative" (German: provozierend ) is the name of the line that the model developed together with a fashion label. And that's exactly what the sharp parts do: They provoke. Because the hot cut-outs, straps and transparent lace are anything but good. And that's exactly what Ashley wants to get across. Because she puts her collection under the motto: "Sexy is a state of mind",which means something like " Sexy is a matter of attitude" . Ashley wants to convey to women: No matter what size you wear, you can be sexy in lingerie.  formal dresses with sleeves

You can order the beautiful lingerie now from the plus size label NavabiThe collection pieces are available in bra sizes 85D to 100E , panty sizes and neglig├ęs range from 42 to 52 in double sizes Have fun wearing and seducing!

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Maite Kelly on plus-size fashion: "Fashion should be about my figure and not the other way around"

 Maite Kelly looks great and that's why we love the thoroughbred woman. She designs chic and modern plus-size fashion in large sizes for Bonprix.

Maite Kelly feels good in her skin. So why not in her clothes too? The 36-year-old mother designs fashion for the Bonprix mail order business. And with great success! No wonder, because the collection is perfectly tailored to plus-size women. Fashionable pieces that range from casual to chic. Every woman feels comfortable in it - no matter what size. And that is exactly what is important to Maite Kelly: fashion should do something for every woman - even in plus sizes.

Maite Kelly's new collection has been available at Bonprix since October 6th . Parkas, vests, or cardigans are perfect for plus size women. But still, Maite's collection is anything but boring. The sizes go up to 56. You can find the online shop here. formal dresses for women


And because Maite Kelly is a real expert on plus size fashion, we have collected her best advice for plus size women:

 “Clothes make me feel good to arm myself for the challenges of everyday life. I feel strong in certain items of clothing and feminine in others. It is important that you dress in a good feeling. "

“When it comes to fashion, I'm very diverse. Sometimes I dare to be more fashionable, sometimes I just like to wear a sweater and jeans - depending on how I feel for the day. "

“Comfort is important to me. But I don't want to forego a certain fashion factor and elegance. Because I still want to feel like a woman. "

"Fashion should revolve around my figure and not the other way around."

“Like most women, I have items of clothing in my closet that I don't wear. For example a silk blouse. It is not particularly suitable in everyday life with children. "

“I like to make myself beautiful for my partner. But above all for me too. "

“I take the liberty of putting on what I want. Even clothes that my husband doesn't like. I am completely myself. "

“I am very well prepared when it comes to clothing for upcoming events. I don't like going out without knowing what to expect. That's why I plan very foresight and put complete outfits together. Pack my suitcase in the same way. I also always have an emergency dress with me. "

“My favorite piece from the collection is the military coat. It turned out particularly beautiful and a real it-piece. The buttons are great. In combination with the rocking fake leather leggings, the outfit is perfect. We wanted to break new ground with the look. " long sleeve formal dresses

“The multiple possibilities of fashion are what is fun.

Monday, September 7, 2020

Nike in XXL: The cult brand now makes sportswear for large sizes

 Sportswear manufacturer Nike is launching plus size fashion for the first time in its history and is being celebrated online for this. This is what the plus-size collection from Nike looks like.

Nike has long been THE brand for everyone who is passionate about sport - at least for those who fit in standardized sizes from XS to L. After that, it was the  end of the sportswear manufacturer's size range. It's as if women over size Ldidn't do any sports and therefore couldn't use cool shirts, leggings and hoodies.

The fact that this is incredibly stigmatizing and simply wrong has now finally reached the clothing manufacturer, because Nike clothing has recently also been available above size L. For a plus-size collection , Nike has now designed training wear up to size XXL and is promoting it strong power women. 


Why a plus size collection?

If you are wondering why Nike is not simply introducing larger sizes for existing collections and instead designing an entire plus-size collection , Helen Boucher, Vice President of the women's sports line, gives the ultimate explanation: the weight distribution is different for larger sizes, which is why they would oversized sizes of the usual models don't look good. Months of research have gone into the plus size collection to ensure that the clothing fits properly .  cheap formal dresses online

For the new collection various known advertise plus-size models  on their blogs and Instagram accounts for the new line, including fashion blogger Danielle Vanier and vlogger Grace VictoryThere are plenty of likes for this - including from us, because Nike shows one thing very clearly with its new collection: Beauty knows no norm.