Have you ever thought about certain denim street style looks that you think should be made into plus sizes? Well I’m back with another post where I show y’all street style looks that I would love to see/make for plus sizes. The first post in the street style series is here. Sidenote: If you are someone who wants your clothes to be flattering, this isn’t the post for you. I am from the f*^k flattering school of thought. If I like it, then I will wear it. 🙂 OK. Moving on. These are the looks I really love. I can’t wait for plus size designers and plus size women to start taking more style risks.
I recently graduated from fashion design school, and am starting to cultivate what I want my line to be like. In the mean time, I still see items that I would like to see made in plus sizes regardless of whether I make them or not. Creating a plus size line is hard. Trying to develop a decent size chart and patterns to match is stressful, and trying to fight people’s stereotypes and misconceptions about themselves and how they should dress and/or how plus size women should dress in general is even more stressful. I get why developing a plus size line is hard, but come on…some of us want cute styles too.
I’m just trying to be this carefree and fabulous this summer. Photo from here.
I love street style photos. They give me outfit inspiration. I saw a bunch of jeans that had the bottom cut off of them last season, so I just cut the bottom off of my jeans as well. This look right here is perfect for those crisp, cold days. There is something very 70s about it. 70s style trends were all over the NYFW runways. Now I need to find a blanket, so I can get my 70s on. Photo by Tommy Ton for Style.com.
I saw this picture while looking at the Paris couture street style slideshow on The Cut. The colors look so amazing together. The striking pink shots with the clear ombre heel. The white dress with the red ruffles, and then you have the blue fur. The blue fur?!?!? It is just gorgeous. I don’t know who this woman is, but she has some serious style. Paris Couture Fashion Week. She couldn’t have picked a better place to show off her style. Have a great weekend! 🙂
Photo by YoungJun Koo/Youngjun Koo/I’M KOO and seen on The Cut.
Even though the industry tries to act like we don’t exist, we in there! Thanks Tommy Ton for showing the world that black people love fashion too! [SOURCE]
The New Balance Classics W574 from Zappos.com are great for working out, running, and walking. What you might not know is that people are wearing brightly colored and retro style sneakers with dresses, skirts, and dress pants now. The look is still chic and sophisticated, but the sneaker adds a bit of pop and fun to the look. Check out these street style stars and their sneakers. The New Balance Classics W574 is the perfect shoe to try this trend. It usually costs $67.95, but now it is on sale at Zappos.com for $54.99. Get you a piece of this shoes. There are a ton of colors to choose from. [SOURCE] [SOURCE]
Miroslava Duma is one of Russia’s, and now the world’s, biggest street style star. I have been following her looks for a while now,and I am always impressed with how she dresses. She always manages to put things together that I wouldn’t necessarily think would go together like a cheesy sweatshirt and heels or a bright neon shirt with jewels and denim cutoffs. She makes everything work. I am particularly enamored by this metallic and glitter ensemble worn here at London Fashion Week with the Swiss Miss braids. Love it![SOURCE]
I love Nast Magazine! I can’t say that enough. Now the perfectly French magazine shows us how fashion’s insiders dress for the Paris shows. Oh and I am still typing without an A key. It am getting impatient waiting for my key to come in the mail. Thank God for my new netbook. This is torture!