Plus Size Striped Sweatshirt Outfit

This ultra soft french terry sweatshirt is all about comfort but still stylish with a navy blue stripe and curved hem.  It comes from L.L.Bean, which as I have said before, is one of my favorite stores for its incomparable customer service and generous return policy.  In this look, I added some casual denim cut off shorts.  But, if shorts aren’t your jam, just throw on a pair of your favorite jeans.  Keep it classic with these preppy af Tory Burch earrings and a Longchamp Tote.

Plus Size Striped Sweatshirt Outfit

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*H&M’s plus sizes run small.  Check size chart.

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2 thoughts on “Plus Size Striped Sweatshirt Outfit

  1. Alexa, why is it that designers make horizontal stripes in plus sized clothing? I actually love this top as it’s a reminder of Chanel’s boat/scoop neck shirt, but I’d never be caught dead in it because of the stripes. These days, with graphics as they are, you’d think they’d look at the overall pattern…in the 20th century the pattern was woven into the fabric and horizontals are easier to “keep straight” that way, but they can’t use that excuse anymore…

    1. Hi Andrea,
      I understand where you are coming from. I used to have a stripe-phobia. I feared they would make me look wider or “lumpy,” but I decided not to let that hold me back from something I really love. And I love to rock a lot of stripes these days. If you want my thoughts on plus size women wearing stripes, check out this post from a couple of years ago: and if you have time, read the linked “Are stripes making you look fat?” post. It was really helpful to me.

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