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Not exactly 'Plus-size', but a little bigger and looking great!

(http://stockholmstreetstyle.blogg.se/)

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Another plus sized style inspiration is beth ditto of the gossip!



sources from pitchforkmedia, myspace, citypaper.net, www.border.se, jaghetermoa.blogg.se



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It would be nice if we could stop arguing about what's plus-size and what's not, and pointing out every person in every post that we don't think is plus-sized. It's already been stated that they are just the largest people featured on whatever websites these pictures are coming from. Can't we just ignore the label "plus-size" and look at some pretty pictures please?

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Yeh it would be nice if we could stop arguing about that

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Ack, I've totally abandoned this thread! I tend to go on crazy posting sprees in one topic and then all of asudden stop

I'll try and post more pics soon!

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Marjorie G. Raein (the blonde in the tunic and silver sandals) is probably one of the few "socials" who could be called plus-size. I like the tunic look. In a Vogue "shape issue" profile on her a couple of years ago, she wasn't specific, but she said she hadn't been smaller than a 12 as an adult. It seems that she may be a "friend of the house" and get clothing that her favorite designers don't offer to the masses.


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New Look in England are really catering for plus sizes now , aside from them I can't really think of any plus size ranges that are trend led or based which must be frustrating for anyone who is a plus size. I find it hard enough buying clothes to fit me properly and I'm a 12/10.

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this thread needs to come back. its so hard to find pictures though. the street style people just seem to favor skinnier people

anyway, here are a couple from facehunter




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^I can't see the pictures

But you're right, this thread needs a comeback, I'll see if I can find any pictures!

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Again, you can't really say it's 'plussize' but I guess these are ok. I think they all look lovely, but I really don't like the shoes.

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^ i agree with kanita, don't like the shoes either excluding the last pic

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^^ I really like the first outfit! You would think that the boxy shapes would be unflattering, but it actually works. Thanks for posting

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I think dresses looks very good on curvy girls.

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