The ideal form of the body is curved
back in the 1800s. According to Lauren Downing Peters of Chicago Columbia
College, assistant Professor of Fashion Studies, things changed in the 1900s.
With technology more advanced and garments no longer ordered, mass production
meant that the clothes they preferred could be found in fewer variants of a
body’s form. Initially, big wear was isolated from plus-size to overcome our
culture’s problems when shopping, from shops not selling larger customers.
The revolt took place in the 1960s. Taking proof of Vietnam War marches, women joined in a radical fat acceptance campaign to eradicate weight stigma and prejudice. Even if it was not fashioned, it paved the way for the change in the industry’s approach in the next decade. Fashion was more about embracing plus-size bodies in the 1970s than attempting to conceal and disguise our natural forms.
Nowadays, plus-size models grace
magazine cover and take the lane, with actresses of every size playing on film
and television. There is no lack of incredible plus-size mode bloggers looking
to or admiring body-positive champions. We still have a long way to go for even
more common plus-size models. Some more-sized fashion brands are still
referring to their pieces’ ‘slenderized’ strategies, 14-size women are still
under-represented in media, and the same number of dress choices are not equal
for all women. And more effort should be put to move fashion forward before it
happens every day. Plus-size women make up 68percent of shoppers.
Here are reasons plus-size options are popular in the fashion
The evolvement of different clothing
The evolution of cloth brands in
today’s world has made plus-size fashion more realistic; buying clothes is made
easy for curvy ladies. These brands give numerous tastes to everyone, depending on
their choice and size.
Various fashion taste
Many people have come up with
different fashion sense to help develop fashion and bring to light plus-size
women out of their shade to their taste.
people are free to wear whatever they
want. There is no law to what you put on as long as you are comfortable with
what you are wearing; this enables plus-size people to choose what they want.
Below are the opinions of two women of greater size in
today’s fashion setting
- Chastity Gardner Valentine
“With the range of price points
offered, there is still a major issue. In the world of straight dimensions,
patterns emerge from above, inspired by pathways, and then flow through
lower-cost products. Moreover, it looks like it comes from below. Our clothes
are usually 100 dollars or below, which is perfect because it’s affordable. But
we can still not wear so many styles and fabrics as so few contemporary brands
are making our choices. In addition, for [stylish, quality clothes], women will
pay $250, even $500.
- Liz Munoz
For a decade, plus women have been
perceived as post-baby, post-menopausal or older women, and the opposite of all
women’s ages wants to look trendy, young, attractive, and put together in
clothing that suits.” “This industry needs to change its point of
view, plus means aged.