When it comes to clothing, black is best. I like simple, clean designs and black and white are my go-to’s for every season. You can go really simple and chic with minimal jewelry or you can play it up with chunky, funky jewelry and other accessories.
I’ve chosen some of my favorite picks in black and white for plus size ladies! Check them out below.
Black Sheath Dress- This one is by Jessica London and incorporates leather and suede. You can wear this to work or out for an evening with the love of your life. Either way, you will look chic and polished.
Black & White Color Block Dress- This dress is by Fashion Love. It’s a fun little number that’s perfect for a night on the town with friends, but depending on where the length falls on you, it could be appropriate for work too!
Colorblock Jacket & Ponte Pants- These Labworks pieces are a match made in heaven. The awesome thing about Labworks is that they make their pieces (for Target at least) in ALL sizes, so you can get this outfit in XS Petite all the way to a 4X! The pop of color is welcomed against the black and the leather detail is just the coolest!
3/4 Sleeve Dress- Talk about sexy and flattering! The cut of this dress will give you a strong emphasis on the womanly figure and the length will help elongate your legs. It’s also the perfect length to pop on some tights under and wear your knee high boots!
Geo Zip Back Sweater- This is by Nic + Zoe. I LOVE over-sized sweatshirts! This one is perfect for those who love to be comfy and still look cute. (ME!) It’s got quite an edge when paired with black pants (like the ones below,) but can be paired with jeans or leggings for a more relaxed look.
Waxed Skinny Jeans- These are by Eileen Fisher. I live and love in black pants. Whether they be dress pants or leggings, I think they are spectacular. These are just a major step up from the regular old pants since they are waxed jean! They can take a plain shirt and make it suddenly look edgy and chic. It’s a simple way to put some umph in your wardrobe.
I hope you guys like this little guide I’ve compiled! I am going to try to get my hands on some of these for myself. What are your go-to’s for the fall?