7 Pretty Pieces of Plus-Size Clothing
Let these reimagined essentials breath new life into your spring wardrobe.
This thick knit fabric creates a smooth appearance that won’t show any lumps or bumps and is versatile enough to pair with jeans or your favorite workwear staples. But the best part? The tie waist that lets you customize the fit. (Pro tip: Belt the top as shown or behind for a more minimalist look).
To buy: $69; nordstrom.com.
What’s not to love about this frock? Fitted through the bodice with a fun full skirt, it creates a shapely, feminine silhouette, and a wide-set V-neck helps bring proportion to fuller busts. Did we mention that fresh, eye-catching print?
To buy: $80; lanebryant.com.
Take a walk on the wild side—these snake print sandals have a two-inch stacked heel and a wide width, so you can comfortably walk around in them all day long.
To buy: $45; torrid.com.
Chock-full of great details, like the crisp poplin fabric, subtle pinstriping, and oh-so-ornate embroidery, this sweet skirt works equally well with ladylike heels or laid-back white sneakers.
To buy: $100; eloquii.com.
A black blazer is the ultimate wardrobe essential (it can go from desk to dinner in a flash), and this one, made from a soft, drapey material that works with your curves instead of fighting them, may just become your new favorite piece. Also available in red.
To buy: $139; macys.com.
Up the ante on your weekend style—replace basic boyfriend denim with a pair that has embroidered cuffs. The neat detail adds an effortless element to even the easiest ensemble.
To buy: $30; target.com.
A classic white shirt, but better. This one has slight peplum tailoring, which creates a more figure-friendly cut (read: not boxy!). It's made with a bit of stretch, too, so it moves with you—and fits flawlessly. Also available in pink.
To buy: $63; talbots.com.