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A PLUS-SIZED woman who used to cover her figure in formless clothing has shown how she overcame that impulse and gave her wardrobe a major makeover. Printed Shirts
Women come in all different shapes and sizes, and content creator Jules Black knows that whether you are petite, plus-sized, big-breasted, or small-chested, many people have insecurities that they try to bury.
Jules, who goes by @juleskadenblack on TikTok, first revealed that she used to be one of those plus-sized shoppers who would buy baggy clothes to hide her body.
However, she said that she ditched that behavior and started to dress more stylishly - and she urged her followers to do the same.
“This is your sign to stop dressing lazy. Plus size edition,” she began.
While Jules began the video in baggy sweatpants and a sweatshirt, she quickly changed into a sexier look.
She wore a fitted plaid mini skirt, which costs $28 on Amazon, and paired it with a tight t-shirt, which costs $19 on Amazon.
Next, Jules switched to a more work-appropriate look.
She elevated a pair of basic blue jeans by pairing them with a grey turtleneck, which costs $16 on Amazon, and a long camel overcoat, which costs $117 on Amazon.
Her third look was perfect for a chilly afternoon.
She looked chic in faux leather leggings, which she got for $69 on Amazon, a pair of black booties, which costs $100, and a cream-colored sweater, which costs $37.
Under the sweater, Jules wore a fake collar, which costs $10, for an added flare.
She changed into a more New York-inspired look, pairing a $29 black mini dress with a $190 long leather blazer.
Jules went for an office-appropriate outfit next, wearing a $35 black midi skirt and the same grey turtleneck she wore before.
Continuing to re-style the basics, she wore the same black mini dress, but instead of pairing it with a long leather blazer, she wore a $22 houndstooth cardigan vest.
As for her last outfit, she went for something more elevated: a $35 one-piece jumpsuit with a $56 white blazer draped on top.
“Just because we are big doesn’t mean we have to dress baggy,” she captioned the clip.
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