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Oversized looks can be a little tricky but nonetheless  fun. I know a lot of people shy away from silhouettes like this because they believe it not to be very flattering. Let me tell you, sometimes you need that feeling of freedom where nothing is clinging to your every curve. I’m calling that the ‘overflow’ situation.  The situation where you’ve got a lot on but it feels like there’s nothing on you. It doesn’t get any more comfortable than this.

Going oversized doesn’t take away from your beauty. When it comes to dressing up you need to have an open mind. You need to sometimes venture outside your comfort zone. Try other silhouettes…test the waters. Like I always say, fun is the motive here. The freedom and flexibility I feel in this outfit makes me confident to take on anything the day brings and for me that’s a 10/10!

Have an amazing week! Ada X

 

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I’m Wearing;

Coat; M&S Similar HERE

Pants; M&S Similar HERE

Top; Zara Similar HERE

Shoes; Adidas Similar HERE

Scarf; Zara Similar HERE

4 comments

  • I’ve never been the one for ‘overflowing’, maybe it’s because of my body weight and height, I feel like I’m going to drown in the clothes I’ll be wearing. Your ‘overflowing’ gives me the confidence that maybe just maybe I can pull it off. I’ll try with one or two outfits then take it from there.

    • Editor Ada

      Aww I know what you mean, but all you need to do is find that oversized outfit thats got the right proportions for your frame and you are half way there. 🙂

  • I’ve never been the one for ‘overflowing’, maybe it’s because of my body weight and height, I feel like I’m going to drown in the clothes I’ll be wearing. Your ‘overflowing’ gives me the confidence that maybe just maybe I can pull it off. I’ll try with one or two outfits then take it from there.

    • Editor Ada

      Aww I know what you mean, but all you need to do is find that oversized outfit thats got the right proportions for your frame and you are half way there. 🙂

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