Plus size is not the end of the world, plus size women can look very professional when dressing for success. Some fashion designers have taken extra care to make sure that we look our best even though we are not a size 2.
Fashion Designers that have not crossed over its way overdue. The average woman's size is 12 and up so let us take the bull by the horn and look out. The one set back that I truly have found is that the larger the size the more fabric is used and higher the price. There is a upside to this most department stores like Sears, JCPenny's have stepped up to the plate to make sure we are able to find nice professional jackets, skirts, pants and blouse at a price we can afford. Size shouldn't matter when it comes to the business world even though in some circles it does.
Some businesses are health conscious and they look at being a larger size is a sign of unhealthiness. When others welcome larger size professionals with open arms.
If you are a full figured woman please take full advantage of what fashion designers who have taken that extra step to create pieces that can be worn professionally. Fashion designers who design pieces for Lane Bryant, Catherine's, and Romain's just to name a few, have spent years concentrating on what women who wear sizes 18W-up look for and need in clothing from the way a blouse fits around the collar to how a dress falls across the waist. Suits and dresses seem to be a focal point for the professional look so designer make sure that the correct fabric is used when creating these pieces.
Business attire is a very important part of the corporate world for any woman whether she is a size 5 or size 22.That's why its important that all who are in the clothing industry are paying attention to the wants and needs of all professional women.
As long as the designers can stay away the large flowers and shapeless dresses to concentrate on designing clothing that compliment the size oppose to always attempting to hide it. They can never go wrong.