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Not long before I wrote a post about bridesmaid dresses again. But I actually made two: one regular and another keeping in mind different (not mine) body type, I was writing about dress for tall people. I actually really liked playing a stylist and think not only about myself as of possible model. Today I wanted to write about prom dresses again, this time making it even more challenging for myself: I am going to think about curvy ladies. The topic for today is Plus Size Prom Dresses. I hope it sounds exciting for you too! After all each body is beautiful and being so far apart from myself it's an interesting blogging experience. What dress would I wear for a prom night if I were plus size? Curious! You bet! I started with thinking of beauty of plus size models and only after opened the section. there were lots of possible options so it wasn't easy. I also thought not only about the cloth but also about emotions. Most of all I should feel comfortable in the outfit, no matter how sexy or outstanding I might look. I think it is even more important for plus size people. But long story short here are my top three choices from wonderful and always delivering Suzhoufashion.com!
https://www.suzhoufashion.com/i/v-neck-beading-brilliant-a-line-chiffon-plus-size-prom-dresses-22438.html
How cute this is! Great color (my favorite) and it must be sparkling just right!
https://www.suzhoufashion.com/i/newest-cap-sleeve-a-line-tea-length-plus-size-black-jewel-prom-dress-20468.html
A lot of girls prefer black dresses and I totally don't blame them - always stylish, always on point and practical. Easy to wear again (add a jacket here or a cardigan for simple and working version). Also a lot of plus size girl feel more confident if darker colors as black is said to make you look smaller.
https://www.suzhoufashion.com/i/burgundy-straps-lace-v-neck-mermaid-plus-size-prom-dress-25345.html
This one is for confident and busty beauty. I love the burgundy color a lot too. This dress is definitely standing out. Super stylish!

I can't wait to read your comments!
P.S. I hope you are not offended by the theme of the post, I did really mean no harm.

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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