5 NYFW Trends to Rock in Plus Size
New York Fashion Week is the time to see what fierce fashion we can look forward to in the new season. It is a chance to stand out and break free from fashion monotony and get some style inspiration. This year we saw a lot of hot trends roll out from tassels and fringe to glittery socks and hosiery but there are some trends we are keeping an eye on.
The best part of NYFW trends is being able to make them your own and what better way than with stylish pieces that fit your budget and fit your body. We have some trends we would love to try in plus size and City Chic has statement pieces that we can see on the runway.
Here are the top 5 NYFW Trends in Plus Size we love this year:
It is time to shine ladies. Sequins are all about being fierce, confident and eye-catching and what better way than with a dazzling sequin dress to rock at the next cocktail party or event. The pulled in waist and the v-cut neckline is flattering from every glimmering angle. We saw sequins all over the runway during fashion week and with this dress, you will be on trend and feeling like you can strut on the catwalk yourself.
We know, denim is not a new thing, but working it in new ways is all the rage. During NYFW we saw patchwork and different cuts and fits that are tres chic and one of those trends is, you guessed it, overalls. They aren’t for farmers and toddlers anymore, pair denim overalls with a feminine top and killer heel and you revamped the look to NYFW status in no time.
We have seen the sexy cutouts on tops and dresses but now it is all about geometric shapes and patterns. The geometric cutouts provide fierce angles that frame the face and provide an eye-catching detail. For this dress, it is a perfect way to add some attitude to the soft floral print and give the look an edge.
Prints come and prints go but graphic prints that mix and match are here to stay. We saw plenty of big, bold floral and geometric prints on the runway and this top from City Chic provides the best of both worlds. The vertical stripes and bold florals provide an aesthetic texture and the self-tie waist a bonus to show off those curves with comfort.
Androgynous looks and pantsuits are making a comeback from the days of women’s shoulder pads and David Bowie. The understated lady-boss look of this classic blazer is right on trend with the suited up looks of NYFW. You don’t need to be all in with the pantsuit to rock the style, with this Drapey Blazer you get the impactful look without those shoulder pads.