How to Choose Plus-Size Clothes

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When choosing plus-size clothing, there are a few things you're going to want to keep in mind. Learn how to choose plus-size clothes with help from a professional image consultant in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style. And today, I'm going to teach you how to choose clothing for the plus-size woman. First, let's start with the pants. A wide-leg trouser is a perfect fit for most plus-size women. If the hips are your trouble area, what I recommend is fitting the widest part of your body and having the pants go straight down from there. So, a wide-leg trouser such as these is going to be a great option for women that their hips are their trouble area. Next, let's talk about this blouse. This is a great little sweater, and the reason I love it for the plus-size woman is that it has this great bar down the middle. This center panel here that is black creates this long vertical line down the center. Plus, this has a nice wide waistband here that's going to fit securely to your hips, and if your tummy is your trouble area, this is going to blouse up here and hide your tummy. Next for the plus-size woman, a v-neck - you can't go wrong. Any time you find a shirt that opens up, just like this does here, it's going to open up your face, and have all the attention drawn up here. Plus, it gives a great opportunity to showcase a really fun piece of jewelry. Next, the sleeves. I love this sleeve for the plus-size woman, because a lot of women don't love their arms. So, this has a little bit of volume here, and kind of creates a three-quarter-length sleeve. So, this is great for the office, it's great for going out. You could pair this with a pair of jeans as well. But, for the plus-size woman, what I recommend is really finding the right fit for you. So, if it's your hips, go with a trouser that's more of a wide leg. And, up top create a nice vertical line down the center, and open it up with a v-neck. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style. Thanks for watching.


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