Plus Size Fall Black Jeans Outfit

Neutral tones don’t have to be boring.  Add a neutral print like this scarf {on sale!} or some texture like these suede booties.  Add a biker jacket to this look to keep it going all winter long.  This outfit features my favorite plus size tees that I’m always raving about in a new dark grey color.

Plus Size Fall Black Jeans Outfit - Plus Size Fashion for Women - #alexawebb

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8 thoughts on “Plus Size Fall Black Jeans Outfit

  1. I love your outfits and I noticed that you style a lot of looks with H&M skinny jeans. I have had trouble finding jeans that fit comfortably (especially skinny jeans). I want to look cute but I want to be comfortable as well. Any thoughts on how these jeans feel or fit?

    1. H&M jeans are cut small. You will definitely want to check their sizing chart if you decide to order.

      To be honest, my hands down favorite skinny jeans (as well as my friends & family’s fav) are from Torrid, their jeggings: They are super stretchy (comfortable) but do not bag out! I don’t know how they do it. My mom who is apple shaped has never had jeans fit so well. And I am pear shaped and in love with these jeans.

      They come in all different colors, washes, and lengths. My favorite 2 washes are Dark: and Black:

  2. I notice you love Yours Clothing! I’ve not shopped there, but am wondering if when they say to order US size, are they true to size? I wear a 22 (US) top and a 24 (US).
    Thank you so much!

    1. Hi Linda,
      I do love Yours Clothing! I think they are good quality and very reasonably priced. Although they are based in the UK, their US website is converted to US sizing automatically. So the sizes listed are US sizes.

      I wear the same size there as I do Torrid. But I know both Torrid and Yours run larger than most, like H&M, for example, which tends to run small. All that said, I always recommend looking at the size chart before ordering. If you don’t know your measurements, you can always compare Yours’ size chart with a brand/retailer’s size chart that you know fit to see if the sizing is comparable.

      I hope all that helps! 🙂

      1. Thank you SO much!! I shop at Torrid quite a bit, so that does help. I’ve really enjoyed your outfit sets and look forward to seeing more!

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