There are plus size healthy, happy women and model sized unhealthy, unhappy women. Taking care of our bodies by eating sensibly and exercising is the key to a “perfect ” size body. It has nothing to do with the label size on our clothes. Common sense is the name of the game.
You don’t have to be shy about your dress size, your shoe size or your age, wear them with pride.
Being mysterious is an appealing attribute that makes people gravitate to you.
Let’s face it curvy girls are here to stay. The plus size girl has survived diet fads, exercise gimmicks and has risen like a phoenix from the ashes throughout the decades.
Divas with curves have the advantage of looking regal so don’t be a shrinking violet, get to know what suits you, cultivate your own unique sense of fashion style and strut your stuff with pride.
STRUT YOUR STUFF ON THE BEACH
Beach wear for the fuller sized women is exciting and sexy.
Choosing the correct size clothing is very important for the full figured woman.
Nothing is less flattering that a plus size girl squeezing into smaller size, it will add extra pounds and not only make your figure more noticeable but create extra curves.
A good quality heavy jersey is best, it has stretch and conforms to the natural shape of your body but is not transparent and does not emphasize excess curves.
It’s important to aim for the perfect fit. Not too tight.
Investing in good shape wear is very important.
The fuller size figure can glam up with shimmer and shine, in simple lines and style, emphasized with accessories.
Curvy girls can wear most any style her slimmer sisters wear, if it’s worn in proportion to her size. Layers or scarves draped over the shoulder are very elegant on a larger figure, also caftans if you are over five feet six.
One of the advantages of the Curvy Girl is accessories. She can wear bold and dramatic necklaces, bangles, handbags, shoes and flaunt them with style, while her underweight sisters can be overwhelmed with too dramatic accessories and have to pay close attention to scale and size.
Yes, curvy girls can wear monochromatic. No more hiding behind a black dress or sweater.
If you think you have lost the battle of the bulge make it work for you by selecting the right clothes and be a “Regal Diva with Curves”
Fabric should also be given careful thought, heavy tweeds, bulky knits, or flimsy stretchy fabrics are not flattering for the curvy girl. You can have fun wearing denim with colour and layers.