Plus Size Dress Styles for Your Wardrobe

There’s a huge array of different dress styles, colours and fits. Each dress will look different on each and every person that tries it on. If you’re a woman with curves, getting a plus size dress used to be difficult, but not anymore. In-fact, most dress styles, are available in plus sizes, meaning a hell of a lot more choice.

Every wardrobe should consider having the following dresses, a must-haves:


When summer is here, you can guarantee you’ll be wanting to wear one of this. However, you can also wear it during the slightly chillier spring and autumn months. Just accessorise with a cardigan or light-weight jacket. A warm winner in my book. Excite Dresses have the most amazing collection of plus size dresses!


Looks great with a floral pattern, especially now as the vintage look takes hold. These dresses are ideal for garden parties and slightly more formal occasions. Feeling brave? Try a bigger and brighter floral design. If this isn’t for you, you can always tone down, using more pastel colours in a floral pattern.


This great longer number can be used in almost any occasion. Think more empire-waist and halter maxi dresses. If you have something more formal, you’ll look amazing. If you’ve something less formal to attend, try dressing down with wearing flats with a strappy bag.

Party frock

A night on the town is sometimes all we need to cheer ourselves up. This can be achieved by wearing a no hassle, slip on and zip up party frock. Don’t be afraid to accessorise with jewellery, shoes and bags, depending on the occasion and venue.

Mini dress

Have you got a bold, bright personality that you want to shine out in what you wear? Then the mini dress is perfect. It’s a great dress for those flirty nights out with the girls, a weekend with friends, or just to wear around the house to bring a smile to your face.

Bombshell dress

Every woman needs a dress that makes heads turn, and the bombshell dress does just that. The best of all is that a bombshell dress can be whatever you want it to be. For example, below the knee sequined number could do just that, or a to the floor satin dress. It’s your call on how you want to turn those heads, and be the centre of attention.

Little Black Dress

The classic little black dress still looks great. It’s been around for years, and it’s because it works so well.

Little White Dress

Something of a curve ball, and has been gaining a lot of popularity over recent years, is a little white dress. You may think that it’s just the colour that is different, but a white dress can look a lot more flattering than its black predecessor. Remember, the dress should very much compliment the occasion that it’s intended for, and sometimes this little white number will do you a lot more justice.

These are just a few styles that are essential in your wardrobe during the next year.

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