2013 Spring Plus Size Trends


2013 Spring Plus Size Trends

As the weather begins to warm up it’s time to start thinking about the fashion trends ahead of us. I’m talking about 2013 spring trends for plus size women. Whether you embrace all of them at the same time or one at a time, following this guide will keep you looking fashionable for the entire season.

With Sheer, Anything Goes!

This spring, designers are daring plus size fashionistas to give sheer a try. You won’t see anything too racy but a sheer back or arm never hurt anyone.

Stripes, Stripes & More Stripes!

This spring it’s all about being bold in stripes. Whether you’re wearing them with denim or they’re standing alone in a maxi dress, nothing says crisp like this nautical classic.

Abstract Prints, Abstract Thoughts!

Abstract prints are giving floral prints and pastels some competition. This year designers are pushing the envelope by introducing bold prints that are reminiscent of the 60’s & 70’s.

Black & White All Over!

The term, “opposites attract” is an understatement.  The black & white trend makes it’s way to the forefront by being co-dependent on each other.  Alone, both colors are pretty neutral but together they’re magic.

This should get you started as you begin to build your spring/summer wardrobe.  Next week we’ll uncover colors that are hot this spring.

About Editor-In-Chief, Stephanie Penn

Stephanie Penn is the Editor-In-Chief of DailyVenusDiva.com. She spends her days and night finding plus size news to share with you and interacting with the DailyVenusDiva.com readers. She loves music, writing and anything with a positive vibe to it.


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