Plus Size Feminine Pantsuit In Real Life
I love a subtle sexy fashion look. The mix of feminine and masculine of a women’s suit can’t be beaten. In a post, I recently wrote about this sultry look How to make a plus size black pantsuit sexy! I knew I was going for this look a while ago. I actually was going to go for this look in blue but this black suit just fell into my lap.
Plus women can wear any look or trend. The key is confidence. If you feel good inside you’ll look great on the outside. I make sure to encourage myself with affirmations and daily goal setting, I use affirmations like daily pep talks and small goal settings as a way to ensure a win. Leave in the comments what you do to build your confidence.,,,
To complete the look I wand curled my hair and used OUAI Texturizing Hair Spray to keep my curls looking fresh. I then added Urban Decay’s Naked Cherry Eyeshadow Palette to my eyes. I completed the look with Rihanna’s Fenty beauty stunna lip paint in the rosy mauve shade Uncuffed on top of All Fired up. My body glow is a mix of BECCA prosecco pop and OUAI rose hair & body oil.
All photos by DeeXDee. Styling by TFGOF,
I received the featured look compliments of the Universal Standard, however; All opinions are my own.
Hope this post helps with a little style inspiration. It doesn’t take must to rock a pantsuit. If this look is too sexy for you there are still options. To achieve a similar look pair the suit with a blouse for a more traditional look. Or add it with a graphic tee for a modern twist.
SHOP THE LOOK
MEG SHORT BLAZER – Universal Standard
Satin Trim Pants size Medium – Universal Standard – Nordstrom
Woodrose Cross-Dyed Lace – Cacique – Lane Bryant
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I like seeing posts like this. I was a plus size for many years and I always would get depressed going shopping because I never liked the way anything fit me. Your posts gives motivation and inspiration for others to push past the insecurities and rock what you have. You are beautiful and glow through your confidence and style.