It’s a celebratory year for plus-sized women since a variety of elite fashion designers have retorted to designing lines and magical tips and tricks that accentuate curves. None the less, indie brands have been dedicating their cause to fight body-shaming with their aesthetic yet sophisticated clothing lines. However, many bloggers and stylists have acknowledged the dire need of Work Outfit Ideas For Plus Sized Women, and have mentioned various ways to look chic, respectful and professional at the same time. It is not just the outfits that you need to pay attention to but also every other detail of your personality matters. Check out the hairstyles you may need to hide that annoying double chin.
In order to dress up for almost every occasion, it is highly important for you to be comfortable in your skin, and of course, your wardrobe. For starters, it doesn’t matter how many leggings, hosiery, button-up blouses and midi-skirts you own. The key to pull off a perfect work outfit, or any outfit for that matter, is to style and coordinate different items of your clothing perfectly. While perfection might still be a long way to achieve, we can still try to get a knack of styling our outfits before getting off for work.
Work Outfit Ideas For Plus Sized Women
Mentioned below are 5 upscale work outfit ideas for plus-sized women, that we think are here to stay, and therefore could cast a heavy impression on your professional reputation.
An All-Black Outfit:
Fall allows us to welcome denim into our wardrobe like a bad habit. Surprisingly, black denim, leather or biker jackets can help you pull off a chic outfit at work, provided you top it off with a black pair of denim jeans or trousers.
Since we are trying to go all black, a little bit of black eye-shadow, or a smudged eye-liner with a pulled back hairstyle could help you resonate within your cabin or cubicle at work. In order to add a little twist to your work outfit, pair your all-black persona with a pair of red heels, or strapped on sandals.
Pro-Tip: A vigorous blow-dry before work could do wonders for your hair – allow them to lay back, and settle against the current of the wind. Remember, your main goal is to look neat and tidy, which is why you’d need to carry your outfit with grace and elegance.
We would like to apologize for the inconvenience, but denim might, and very rightfully, could take over the fashion world. Since pencil/midi skirts are quite common as work outfits, how about giving your wardrobe an overhaul by considering the option of pairing a denim midi skirt with a yellow overtone blouse, a striped monochrome t-shirt or a button down plain white shirt?
Pro-Tip: It is impossible to wear pencil skirts without the bare necessity of a pair of heels beneath your feet. Try going for court-shoes – nothing matches the aura of pencil skirts like a good pair of suede court-shoes.
Wide-Legged Striped Monochrome Culottes:
While basking in the shadow of striped horrors, we would like to present you another rad outfit idea by yours truly – wide-legged striped monochrome culottes and a matching or a plain black or white blouse to top off the look. While ankle boots would be the best option to lug around under these culottes, you can always pay heed to a pair of white sneakers (read: Canvas) as well.
Plaid Pants And A Plain Button-Down Shirt:
We have a superb word of advice – plaid and checkered culottes can never get old. Plaid separates look best with a plain counterpart. Therefore, plaid lines can always be supported by a matching overcoat or jacket, and a plain white button-down shirt. Straighten your hair, and support a pony-tail, even if you have shoulder length hair.
Flaunt That Cape:
While we would totally imagine us patrolling our office lobbies in a matching suit and clattering heels, there is no doubt to the fact that a plain ol’ black blazer could add fire to the outfit if hung as a cape over the shoulders. Even little red riding hood would have never imagined her style to be as viral as that of today. While you’re at it, don’t limit your capes to plain blazers, and let your imagination run wild with plaid, striped and checkered sets as well.
Pro-Tip: Button down shirts, simple yet monotone ruffled blouses are perhaps the real MVPs of our work wardrobe. You can pair a single yet plain button-down shirt with a midi skirt, a pair of embroidered jeans, plain trousers and culottes. Once you start wading your wardrobe, you realize that the options are actually endless.