Clubwear is clothing that is worn to nightclubs featuring a sensual atmosphere with a very relaxed dress code. There are different types of clothing items that could be worn to clubs based on the location of the club, the club’s dress code and the weather. Jumpsuits play right into this varied dress code. Jumpsuits can be revealing or can enable you to err on the cautious but sophisticated side of clubwear. There is something for everyone in the jumpsuit club wear category…. especially plus size ladies.
A jumpsuit is a garment that incorporates both the top and bottom in one piece. The first ever jumpsuit was designed in 1919 by Florentine Thayat, as a futuristic outfit! Later on, this design became popular among skydivers, parachutists, and aviators. It was, however, Elvis who popularized the jumpsuit. Many women today still love to wear this comfortable and adaptable fashion piece. There are different variations of jumpsuits, from pants jumpsuits to halter rompers, and with so many types and designs available today, almost any woman find a jumpsuit that will make her look great!
However, not every woman can wear just any jumpsuit and look stylish. All women need some tips to find the best jumpsuit clubwear for them. Today, we are going to focus on the plus size ladies out there (because people often fail to realise that we want to learn how to pull off these clubwear outfits too!) So here are our top tips:
- Jumpsuits come in varying lengths. Taller women can get away with sweeping, floor-length pieces, while shorter women should consider jumpsuits that cut off above the knee.
- Sleeve length can also vary. Women who have shapely arms should go bear with halter tops or sleeveless tops. Long-sleeved jumpsuits look elegant, and can also hide some feature we don’t really want on show. For plus-size ladies who are petrified of showing off what they consider ‘bat wings,’ this could be a great option.
- The right fit is essential when purchasing any piece of clothing, and even more so when it comes to jumpsuits. An ill-fitting jumpsuit can highlight unsightly bulges and imperfections, and may cause some embarrassing situations (especially in too-tight nether regions). So plus size or not, don’t be scared to go a size up if it fits better.
- Ankle-length, solid-colored jumpsuits look flattering on tall plus size women, while a cute, short jumpsuit can lengthen the legs on shorter plus size women. A plus size woman should try on different pieces and styles to see what works and what doesn’t for them.
Finally, don’t be afraid to get a jumpsuit. Especially if you feel as a plus size lady you can’t wear one. Experiment! Try different one on in the privacy of your own changing room. No one will ever have to see you in it if you don’t like it!