Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Pieces of clothing that look good on EVERYONE Whether you are a size 2 or a size 20, petite or tall, these clothes are for you!!!

Hey All,

The Spring is approaching really fast, and..... IT'S TIME TO UPDATE OUR WARDROBES!!! Woooooohoooo! Now tell me which one of us doesn't like to shop. I mean there's always a good reason to refresh our wardrobe. I have for you few pieces that actually work for every body shape. I was surprised reading this article, but they are so right.

Have a look yourself and let me know what do you think.

1. Crop Tops 

That's right, crop tops. They are flattering on absolutely everyone and you don't have to show even a hint of your stomach to pull them off. Crop tops draw attention to your waist without actually cinching you in and make your legs look super long, while tops that end around your hips often hide your waist and make your legs look shorter.

Pink Crop Top, ASOS CURVE; Pink Crop Top, NASTY GAL

2. Collarless Blazers

The smooth lines allow the front of the jacket to flow over your chest without any awkward bulging.

Black Blazer, ELOQUII; Black Blazer, FOREVER 21

3. Bodycon Dresses 

Even if you don't like the idea of wearing something bodycon, that doesn't mean it won't look good on you. The  trick is sticking to thicker fabrics that help shape your body, instead of just clinging to it. 

Gold Dress, ELOQUII; Gold Dress, TFNC

4. Jogger Pants 

The way they skim over the body and taper at the ankles makes joggers super flattering no matter what size you are. Wear them a little low on your hips, and pair them with something loose and easy on top to help balance out the general looseness of the pants themselves.

Marled Gray Knit Joggers, FOREVER 21; Heather Gray Joggers, SUNDAY BEST 

5. Skater Dresses 

The way these dresses fly out from the waist creates a flattering and feminine shape whether you're curvy or not.

6. Pencil Skirts 

To create the most flattering silhouette possible, consider having your pencil skirt tailored so it hugs your body above your hips and just skims your legs the rest of the way down as it tapers in.

Embellished Pencil Skirt, ASOS CURVE; Polak Dot Skirt, TORN BY RONY KOBO

7. Shift Dresses 

Shift dresses have a somewhat mixed reputation, but the truth is they work on absolutely everyone. The key is making sure they are big enough to skim over the largest part of your body — be it your chest, hips, or butt — without a lot of excess fabric ruining the smooth, clean lines of the overall silhouette. When shopping for a shift dress, make sure it fits your largest part and then take it to a tailor to have it taken in where necessary. Even if they end up having to take in a lot of fabric, it's a very simple procedure and shouldn't cost much. 

White Sequin Dress, ASOS CURVE, White Mesh Dress, RIBBON 

You can find more in here. When I read that article first I was like... what??? You can't be serious, but looking at the girls, cosmopolitan is actually right. I'm UK size 10, so even though I'm not big, I find it hard to find clothes that either fit right or are long enough. Plus size girls should take cosmopolitan's advice and rock some pieces, like pencil skirt. 
Hope you enjoyed this as much as I did 

Ewelina xoxoxoxo



  1. Stunning selection of clothing. Great picks.

  2. I actually like all of them! Especially the skater dresses :)

  3. I really love the wide selection of body sizes you featured in this post! I think all of these trends look so great on both body sizes! I love crop tops and wearing them over longer shirts for great layering!

    <(') Hoda | JooJoo Azad

  4. Great post! I so want a pair of jogger pants was just thinking this today.

    Allie of ALLIENYC

  5. I really enjoyed looking at this post. I love how you featured these awesome style on both body type.
    Perfect point of view, dear

    1. cool. Nice to her that you liked it xxxx


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