The New Trend Perfect For Plus Size Women: Oversized Coats

God bless the genius trendsetter who made this oversized trend a thing again. But finding the right oversized coat for plus size women is the new task. Most oversized coats for plus size women are way too big and personally remind me of a modern-day Yogi Bear (if that’s even possible). And who wants to wear that costume this winter. Not I!

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Lucky for us there’s an easy fix that will not only flatter our bodies but boost our self-esteem too. I haven’t bought anything but a size 18 in over three years, but this fall I am shopping in the straight section thanks to this trend! So what shall it be–pink, patterns, black & white–there’s so many to choose from. There goes my paycheck!


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Ty Alexander is an experienced lifestyle writer with a portfolio covering a broad range of topics including fashion, beauty, health, fitness, bridal and celebrity. She's gained experience through working with notable publications like Style.com, Huffington Post, and XOJane. With a bubbly personality and a sassy voice to match, Ty is a seasoned online content editor eager to win the heart of every fashion and beauty girl.

2 Responses to The New Trend Perfect For Plus Size Women: Oversized Coats

  1. Tamika D. says:

    That yellow Oasap is FIERCENESS. Love the color & adore the fact that many designers have cute/edgy/trendy coats for us curvy divas. It doesn’t matter if you spend your whole pay check, honey. At least you’ll look fab ’til the next one. Loves it all!

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