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Plus Size Spring Style : 13 Easy Tips to Refresh Your Wardrobe

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As we ready ourselves for the Spring season (can it be here already, I am freezing) the newest trends, collections, and magazines are teasing us with the new and it’s getting me super pumped!

BUT, if you are new to playing with fashion, feeling in a bit of a rut, or if you’re like me – noticing that your personal style is evolving, you might need a wardrobe refresh to get your plus size spring style together!

Sometimes, stepping out of your box, or knowing what to do or where to start, can be a daunting task.

Well… to help you out, I have rounded up a few tips for you to own and embrace your personal style. So you and your style can bloom just in time for spring.

For me, this process has been a colorful one, (hello bold prints) and a revealing one as I grow into owning and discovering my personal style! It’s been a journey but I’ve loved every step!

Plus Size Spring Style

So, I am inviting you to take these steps with me!

Take a read and let me know what you think! Make sure you share with your friends and loved ones who may be looking for a few ways to refresh their Spring style!

13 Fashion Tips to Refresh Your Plus Size Spring Style

This journey is an ever evolving one, and one that may take a bit longer than you think! So don’t stress if you can’t breeze through each one of these! I’m definitely still working on a few myself!

The beauty is learning who you are or realizing WHAT you want to say with your style, along the way!

Which ones resonate the most with you? Which ones are you excited to start working on? Let’s chat!

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Written by Mayra Mejia

Mayra Mejia (She/Her) is a fat-positive, queer Salvadoran-American editor, writer, activist, and content creator. Passionate about fostering strong and inclusive body positive spaces, she founded PLUSH DMV, a DC-based fat-positive community.

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  1. Thank you so much for this. I am trying to learn to dress for myself and my confidence. I need to purge my closet and consider what gaps there are. I have a little reward coming in a couple of weeks and I’m thinking Yellow Cardigan….

  2. I understand that the category of “Plus Size” has been revamped to include those who are a size 10 and up!! PATHETIC actually. Anyway, I am begging you PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do not fall into the typical catalogue model image as it is a very easy one to fall into. PLEASE do not get away from the REAL plus sized women and start show casing and focusing on the size 10 PLUS SIZE model. Us REAL plus size women need to see REAL plus size fashion on models who we can relate to. There is nothing more upsetting then going through a store catalogue for plus size women and finding all the models are anything but a plus size. Please remember us and don’t ignore us because the definition of the PLUS SIZE has been incomprehensibly lowered to include the perfect size women. Cloths don’t look the same on the perfect shape as they do on more curvy larger girls .

  3. I am so interested in the latest fashion. I believe every woman can be beautiful on the outside as well as on the inside. Your tips will help us all to get there! Thanks for sharing your insights with us. I love color, and I am going to use most of your suggestions.

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