The gray skies and cold winds that seem to go on forever are signs that winter is upon us, and are dreaded by many women. However, contrary to what many women think, this doesn't mean that one should have to cover up in big, warm, bulky, unappealing clothes that do nothing for one's figure. Plus-sized women struggle more with this issue as many plus-sized clothes are bulky and unattractive to start with. Yet you can still look stylish in the winter if you know what items you should be shopping for. Keep in mind that there is no substitute to layers when it comes to staying warm in the cold when you are inside and outside. Get rid of those thick, itchy sweaters and opt for several layers of thin clothing. Clothes that conform to your body are more likely to make you feel warm. Seek out clothing that is long sleeved or stretchy and combine these with a sweatshirt or zipped jacket when you are indoors. Styles like these are ideal for being indoors or shopping in town for your holiday gifts. One thing that you can do if you're looking for a bit of style is try a pair of thick opaque tights paired with a skirt. Depending on how thick your tights are and how bad the weather is outside, think about a shorter skirt paired with thick tights. Black tights are a great way to show off your legs and emphasize your curves, and with the addition of weatherproof, sturdy leather boots, you're all set for the snow storms. You can also wear thick tights under trousers or jeans to get some more warmth. If you have thin slacks that look great and you don't want to put them away for the season, consider pairing them with some tights to make them winter-ready. Plus sized women might want to avoid coats that only come down to the waist. For a wonderfully sophisticated fashion statement, think about a thigh-length peacoat. This is a great style and quite warm; you can go with a basic black wool, or try for something a little more extravagant. Remember to suit your own tastes; if you feel good in it, chances are, you look good as well! For a more sweeping style, think about getting a long wool coat, one that goes down to your ankles. Once again, check the cut. Is there a little bit of flare at the bottom of the coat? Does it fit well without wrinkling? While it is very easy to get a coat that is a bit boxy in this regard, remember to look for one that has a good drape on you; essentially find one that isn't cut to look like a tube! Winter's a time to be worried about icy roads and snow ins, not your wardrobe!
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