Hailing from the plus-size category of women doesn’t mean that you can’t find yourself a good-fitted pair of jeans. So, if you’re an average woman who is anxious about whether or not you can get the best-fitted jeans for yourself, fret not!
The first usage of the term ‘plus sized’ was found in a Lane Bryant ad in the late 1920s.
Up until the late 1800s, we all made our clothes from home. There were no Forever 21s or malls to buy the latest trends. Everything was tailored to our exact shape, and we weren’t defined by what brands considered to be a size 6 or 8 that year. Thanks to a developing fashion industry and industrial growth, mass manufacturing took over the job of making our clothes.
Finally, the global trend for thinness, bordering on a swoon, ended, and designers began to take into account the interests of women of different complexions. And the oversized trend is direct proof of this fact. However, in this article, we will not talk about oversize, but about the plus-size style and fashion trends that will dominate this spring.