Plus Size Fashion Week Proves Style Is For Everyone

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  • New York Fashion Week has been and gone, and London Fashion Week is almost upon us. It can only mean one thing – crowds of style mavens will descend upon London in all their finery to showcase the hottest new trends for next season.

    And this year, there really is something for everyone. No longer will the average women feel disscociated from fashion week’s long limbs and high heels – thanks to Plus Size Fashion Week, women everywhere can feel that they’re being represented on the catwalks.

    Plus Size Fashion Week was created in 2012 with the objective that plus size fashion should run alongside mainstream, and is dedicated to to showcasing and supporting plus size women’s fashion and promoting a healthy and positive body image. High street brands showcased their latest collections – and we fell for them all! But it wasn’t just us – over 300 guests including press, buyers and bloggers gathered to prove that plus size clothing most certainly has a place in the fashion world.

    Evans showed they know their trends for this season – showing a range of gorgeous knitwear, boho dresses and evening styles that will really stand out. This grey roll neck jumper has definitely made it onto our wishlist!

    Evans know the power of colour blocking, as seen on this gorgeous dress.

    And don’t forget about boho! This trend is going nowhere – as this flattering sleeved shift dress proves.

    Online retailer Very showcased some stunning paisley prints and stand-out bright colours. Who says you can’t have fun with fashion?!

    Ready to brave the textured trend? Eleven60 showed this stunning coated dress – perfect for switching it up at your next occasion.

    The Loey Lane collection proved that clashing prints can look gorgeous on everyone. We love the Breton top and floral skirt combo.

    Can’t wait to see what you’ll be wearing in spring/summer 2016? Our fashion team will be bringing you updates as they happen from this year’s London Fashion Week on our Twitter and Instagram pages – follow us @womanandhome to join them.

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