How to Dress Stylishly in Plus-Sized Clothing

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Dressing stylishly in plus-sized clothing involves taking a look at both what you're wearing and how you're wearing it. Dress stylishly in plus-sized clothing 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 give you a few tips of how to dress stylishly if you're a plus size woman and the key to looking fabulous is layering and going into Fall and Winter this is the perfect time of year to try out some new pieces. As you can see here, I have one, two, three, four, five pieces to this outfit. You add shoes, you add a handbag, you have seven pieces. You look through all the great trendy magazines, count the number of pieces they have. I bet they have at least five. Why this works, plus size women want to be comfortable but they also want to look put together and that key is the details and the styling of this. I have a simple pair of black leggings here paired with a simple black T shirt. But what adds the drama and the detail to this and makes it extra stylish is this really cool little jacket overlay. It's got this great cowl neck here, really opens up the face. I added a belt at the smallest part of this woman's body. I love this, it's a great way to give a little accentuation to the smallest part of your body. The little sweater thing kind of floats away from the body here so it tightens in here, floats away from the body. All of these pieces together create a dynamic look that you could go drop your kids off to school in this, you could go out to dinner with your husband in this and the nice thing about this too, it's a nice neutral palette so you can pop any color of jewelry, any color of shoe, any color of handbag. So the key when you're dressing for the plus size woman to look stylish is layering. So try a whole bunch of different layers and see what it is you like. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style. Thanks for watching.

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