In many women’s professional life, wardrobe is an essential component where first impressions count for everything and appearance and clothing are so important. Designers, fashion stylists and other experts say women make an array of mistakes in their big size wardrobe, from dressing too casually to not paying attention to fit.
Women are advancing in the workplace, yet deciding what to wear to meetings, business dinners or just to the office is a challenge. It is important for women in business to dress professionally but at the same time express their personalities and fashion sense. Their women’s plus size clothing should reflect an intelligent, smart and organized image and above all be comfortable.
When shopping for office wear, most women discover the best strategy is to find a designer that works for you and stick with them. Especially for big size gals, when you find an online store that provides you with timeless women’s plus size clothing outfits that are up to date, but not too trendy and fit you well – why keep looking around? You will not be making the right impression and your comfort may also be sacrificed.
|As for the rest of the week, if business casual means skipping the suit in favor of slacks and a blouse or sweater, just remember that you never know when a meeting with a client will pop up or when you’ll have to drop into an unscheduled evening event with co-workers.
While it’s important to avoid looking too trendy, this doesn’t mean wearing dowdy clothes. Women can still express their own plus size women’s clothing style. Don’t be afraid to take a risk now and then with color, prints and fabrics. You’re a woman so you don’t have to dress like a man.
All fashions shown here are available at www.generousfashions.com where we are dedicated to quality and excellence. Generous Fashions’ mission is to offer unique product, exceptional design and outstanding service in plus size women’s clothing.
Stephen, Your Designer
“There is an amazing feeling of artistic accomplishment when all the parts come together into one harmonious aesthetic. It's a connection with who you are and the elements you choose to express yourself visually. This is what making clothing is all about for me. It's like when a songwriter hears his first written notes from a voice or a baker who has practiced a recipe and nails it or a figure skater who exceeds her own expectations. I express my sense of art in clothing. I see things in color, shape and texture. I react to the touch of silk on my skin and my eyes are aware of how color combinations make me feel. My goal is to bring all of these intuitive notions to garments that are sized for larger women. If I can accomplish this then I have reached my goal.” – Stephen