Women have a strong message for the designers of dressers. Women love shopping and they just want their new outfits to be perfect and embrace them with grace.
However, for most of the women, gaining weight is inevitable and that is when the shopping becomes cautious and choosy. All of a sudden, the dresses don’t fit and things turn on them.
And then they all start to browse ‘fat girl’ catalogue, but nothing seems to work for majority of them. Therefore, the women want the businesses to which they paid for over the years want to address their issues.
There are many who feel let down by the high street shops and the so-called designers who develop their ‘plus size’ ranges. They need to design versions of their clothes with curvier women in mind.
It’s simple – size 18 women are a different shape to size 8 women.
And yet in most of the cases, the dresser have waists in the wrong place, unflattering neck lines, lack of space for breasts and what not. The trousers are ridiculously long, the skirts don’t stop at the most flattering place on the leg and you can pretty much forget about jeans.
Interestingly, some women have started to move over to men’s section, which surprisingly has satisfied them. It turns out that their sizing isn’t just forgiving but the shapes can look pretty good on women too.
Now, it is important for manufacturers to concentrate on women with different sizes and come up with the perfect fit. Hopefully, the designers take the struggles of these women seriously and come up with something that pleases them.