These queens came out to play.
1. This simple but cute summer outfit. A tube top and a knee length graphic print skirt. A lot of bigger women fear crop tops because they have larger stomachs therefore they have a perception that crop tops don't suit them. Pure lies. Look at how beautiful this outfit looks on her body.
2. One shoulder bodycon dress.
This look looks so sophisticated. She looks like she didn't even try but looks so good. Maxi dresses that hug the body make you look stylist and trendy. Don't shy away from this type of fashion.
The following dress is similar but there is a sheer difference. You can still see the illusion of a uniformed look. Also, these dresses show the body's silhouette which shows that the queen is confident about her body
3. A jumpsuit.
Jumpsuits give you that, "I'm comfortable in my body and I'm ready to play," look. These really hug and outline your entire body. You can wear them with heels for a more classy look or with sneakers for a more relaxed look. 4. Two piece sets
A crop top and a mini skirt or a crop top and a maxi skirt. This look works as long as it's the same fabric that was used. It initially gives the illusion of a dress then the two piece shows itself.
5. Short bodycon dresses.
These are a lot similar to maxi bodycon dresses. As a woman, they hug your body ironing out the cellulite under your clothes. They also hug your body to give you a highlighted shape.
Similarly to the next dress. We can see that this queen has cellulite but the way the dress hugs her makes it look ironed out. That's the power of a bodycon dress. Many plus sized women are afraid to wear it but it's actually a clothing intem that's very much necessary in their closet.
6. The shirt and leggings.
This is a chilled simple outfit perfect for errand day, chill, date, shopping, concert or wherever because of the comfortability.
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