This post on my plus size wide leg pants has been highly requested after I uploaded the outfit picture on my Instagram yesterday. If you have noticed, I am trying to focus more on putting out personal development articles but then I guess I shouldn’t divert too far by not giving any attention to my fashion, food, and faith related posts. Hence, I promise to do better. You all can assist me by dropping blog post suggestions in the comment section below.
PLUS SIZE WIDE LEG PANTS -STYLING OUTSIDE THE “TRENDS”
Actually, when I was putting together this outfit, I initially thought the whole idea wouldn’t work. Thanks to my personal stylist – Idayat Sanni, a Style blogger (Check out her page here; her styles are too diverse and interesting). Anyways, she encouraged me to style outside of the “TRENDS”. Thus, gave birth to pairing a midi-length skater dress and plus size wide leg pants together. Great right? I know!
Looking at the dress itself, one could have assumed that the flare going on around the waist area would have been a hindrance to the whole concept. But, it actually complimented the entire look with the plus size wide leg pants.
Therefore, I concluded that there shouldn’t be a restriction when exploring your personal style. The point is, if you don’t try it, you will never know if it will make you feel and look good.
Being a plus size fashion blogger, it is quite challenging working around society expectations as to what kind of outfit I can/should wear. No, I refuse to be limited!
Lastly, simplicity is the ultimate sophistication (I read this somewhere). The midi-length skater dress and plus size wide leg pants already have its own complexity. Thank God, I was gifted this gorgeous crinkle scarf by Veil Identity. I felt the colour not only matched my pants but it also embraced the nudeness of the wide fit heel sandal. So, really didn’t want to bother with any accessories that will complicate the look.
Conclusively, as I said, this post was highly requested which is why I had to get something up ASAP.
Remember, you are all that matters. If it makes you feel good, then wear it. Regardless of it doesn’t conform with the normal trends in vogue.
Love, Sekinat Sanni.