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Most of us obsess over working on our summer
bodies to wear all those cute dresses we have been forever dreaming of. But, trust me, whether it is wearing a bikini,
one-piece, shorts, or skirts – dressing those curves is a lot more fun and an art
in itself. Thanks to designers and brands who are inclusive
of all body types and breaking the stereotype of a “summer body.” In fact, I think it’s great fun to play
around with patterns and silhouettes to arrive at outfits that are swoon-worthy and not making
you feel like you are losing out on having fun with interesting outfits. Still wondering what we mean, exactly? You should watch the Full Video! Before We begin.. Don’t forget to Subscribe and hit the Notification
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from us! #1. Jumpsuit With Sleeves
Summers mean playsuits, jumpsuits, and all things fun. However, plus size women steer clear of jumpsuits
because that’s how we have been conditioned. But show off those curves in a body-hugging,
full-sleeved, vibrant jumpsuit, and ring in the summer in style. #2. Shorts And Printed T-Shirts
Yes, we are going to talk about all the outfits we stay away from, but we are going to remind
you time and again in this post that you don’t have to. Please wear those shorts, will you? Aren’t you done wearing jeans and trousers
and being all covered up in the dark winter months? If you are shy, choose shorts that are not
entirely tight but still have a little definition. Finish it with an oversized shirt, but for
the way it looks and not to hide behind it. #3. Skater Dress
Getting an invite to a summer wedding is very exciting. But it also means wearing something that is
comfortable and does not choke your skin. This skater dress in soft, wrinkle-free fabric
not only sits well on your body but also keeps you calm through the day-long event. Details like the one-sided shoulder are little
things that make this twice as appealing. Sling-back sandals and a chignon updo are
perfect accompaniments for this outfit. #4. A-Line Tea Length Bridal Dress
Bridal dresses in plus sizes have come a long way. In fact, this is the very first clothing category
that started the inclusive movement. If you want to break the stereotype of the
big fat wedding and the usual long dress that leaves a train behind you, here’s a dress
that does just that. Considering that it is summer, it will be
breathable and airy too. #5. Slit Dresses In Summers
Summers are synonymous with all kinds of dresses. If you prefer being fully covered, do it in
style. Choose a linen dress with slits that make
it both breathable and bearable in the heat. Style it with bold accessories in a contrasting
color. #6. T-Shirt Dress
T-shirt dresses have practically taken over all online and offline stores because they
are brilliant and we don’t want to miss an opportunity. If you are conscious about flab showing up,
throw on a layer – like a kimono – that’s both stylish and comfortable. #7. Kaftan Beach Dress
Going to the beach means wearing clothes that are flowy and short. Take dresses that serve as a bikini cover-up
and something you can head to the bar or an event in. Kaftan dresses are turning out to be more
than just loungewear and are a big part of casual dressing. Go for vibrant colors like blue, coral, white,
or anything beachy. #8. Cocktail Dress
Headed to a party? A little conscious of wearing an off-shoulder
dress? Cold shoulders are here to your rescue. In fact, it’s not just camouflaging but
also a pattern that makes for great silhouettes. Since we are looking at cocktail dresses,
go with one solid muted color and bump it up with accessories. #9. Animal Print Short Dress
Most of us have a love-hate relationship with animal prints. However, all said and done, these have been
around since the 40s and continue to be a classy choice. But you need to know how to deal with them. Otherwise, the outfit may look unpleasant. Opt for smaller and simpler prints over bigger
prints, especially if you are choosing short dresses. When it comes to shrugs, tops, or scarves,
big prints work well. #10. Strapless Jumpsuit
We need clothes that are breathable and comfortable and have a flattering silhouette. Here’s a dress that does it all for you. This classy chambray jumpsuit with stripes,
a sweetheart neckline, and wide-cut hemline is irresistible. Curl your hair in light curls, and wear hoops
and white converse shoes for a day out in summer.

James Carver

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