The 1970s are back this fall and there are a number of gorgeous pieces hitting the racks. Whether it's shirts, dresses or great boots, those that love laid-back style will love this trend. Personally, I'm thrilled to see the great patterns and cuts that the new season has to offer. Even plus-sized women, like myself, have great pieces to choose from. Here are just a few great fall pieces for plus-sized women.
Textured V-Neck Tees
I absolutely love tees, but hate crew neck tees. I was so happy to see that one of the trends for this fall was v-neck tees that have a bit of texture. These tees can be dressed up or down and come in a variety of beautiful colors. I can see wearing these tees with jeans or even layered under fitted blazers in funky colors for something a bit more dressy.
Wrap Dresses in Funky Patterns
Wrap dresses are such a great look for plus-sized women because they hide problem areas. What I really love about this year's wrap dresses is that they're available in awesome patterns, including paisley print - which I love.
I love, love, love flare jeans. I love how they hug my curves, yet open up for different styles of shoes. They're probably the closest thing we'll ever see to bell bottoms and, honestly, that's a good thing. Just think of flare-cut jeans as an updated version of bell bottoms.
Leather Buckle Boots
While ankle boots are still quite popular, I have to say I hate this style for plus-sized frame. However, what I do love for the upcoming season is leather buckle boots. These aren't your prettied up dress boots. These are your classic, motorcycle-style boots that are hot, hot, hot. Pair them with flare jeans and a v-neck tee for a cute look that is incredibly comfortable.
There are so many great looks for fall. Whether you want to get dressed up in a wrap dress or have fun with leather buckle boots, you can create a look that you not only love, but looks great on your plus-sized frame. Personally, I can't wait to get started putting together a new wardrobe filled with great cuts and fun patterns. What about you? What will be the first piece you reach for when shopping for a new fall wardrobe?