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Full Figure Fashion: From the Red Carpet to Your Closet

by ErinStieglitz on May 02, 2018

Red carpet, here we come!  Full figure fashion has never been more fun than this fall!  We’ve been on the prowl to bring you the best plus size fashion looks from your favorite celebs.  Today we’re taking a closer look at fashion veteran Oprah Winfrey and newbie Rebel Wilson.  We love both of these women for their raw honesty, rockin curves and notorious senses of humor.  And now we’re loving their senses of fashion too!

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Oprah’s latest movie, Lee Daniels’ The Butler, had O out on many a red carpet lately.  And a red carpet doesn’t get much better than when Oprah shows up!  We always love Oprah’s style choices, from hair, to dress to shoes.  Her recent appearances are no exception.

Oprah showed us how full figure fashion should be done in this hot pink knee-length dress.  The pleating at the neck and waist lines are perfectly placed, while the crossover skirt and peek-a-boo knee slit add a sexy touch.  This form-fitting dress is ideal for any season and shows off curves marvelously.  Oprah’s styling, with natural curls, large hoop earrings, silver peep-toe shoes and of course a bling ring, is impeccable.  Bravo, Oprah!

Yes, stop in the name of fashion.  Oprah, once again you look fabulous!  Our second favorite Oprah look this season was a grey-tone color-blocked Escada dress.  The hourglass pattern creates a beautiful silhouette and the neckline slit is right on trend for the season.  The simplicity and versatility of the dress may be its best features, however.

For both of Oprah’s outstanding runway looks, we recommend our Molded, Padded Seamless Full Figure Bra, which is available in a variety of colors, and in wirefree and underwire.  This smooth bra offers outstanding support for all-day comfort and doesn’t show under form-fitting clothes.

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Television’s queen can now make way for a new princess in town, Rebel Wilson.  She stars in a new series “Super Fun Night.”  And super fun on the red carpet, she is!  Check her out on the red carpet in a stunning red dress.  We love, love, love the rose cap sleeves, an elegant touch to this shimmery red straight-cut dress.   To support Rebel throughout the night, we recommend Leading Lady’s Molded Seamless Wirefree Full Figure Bra.  It offers seamless full coverage and thick padded straps for extra support.

Taking notes from Oprah, Rebel went with a blue and black color-blocked dress at a recent press conference.  Her royal blue selection is an on-trend hue for fall and winter, and the blue panel with black edges creates a sliming, tapered look.  An elbow-length sleeve is also a flattering choice.  We would pair this awesome dress with our Wirefree Full Figure Bralette in black to let a bit of lace peek through at the top.

Rebel, we give you two thumbs up on your full figure fashion selections.  Welcome to U.S. television!

If you’re emulating any of these rockin’ red carpet looks, take advantage of our 25% off site-wide sale, going on now through October 7!

That’s all for today, fashionistas!  Share your favorite looks with us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

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