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Plus Size Mini Skirts – Maximum Style

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There’s a long list of clothing items that people would like us plus size babes to consider “off limits”. Fashions that most people readily have access to somehow magically aren’t available to fashion forward fat babes. It’s almost like clothing manufacturers are making the decision about what does and does not look good on our bodies. But we all know, there’s nothing that can hold the fatosphere back – we will find a way to wear what we want! And we want plus size mini skirts!!!

I made it nearly the entire way through last Summer without wearing any mini skirts. When Fall began I realized I had barely showed off my adorably dimpled legs when I had the chance. [/wc_column]

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Not this year! This year, I’m ahead of the game and have already got this perfect utility skirt from JDWilliams. [wc_row]

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Keep reading for a list of all the plus size mini skirts on my “to buy” list this Spring (scroll down for outfit details from the photos above)!

The Denim Mini

I can’t imagine going through life without this staple piece. All of my inspiration comes from dreams of deserts and denim and warm sun. Pair this perfect denim skirt with boots, booties, or sandals, and a white tee, and you’re effortlessly cool. If you’re wondering how this skirt fits you can check out the Youtube video down below!

The Embroidered Mini

Sweet little festival vibes with this embroidered mini skirt from Eloquii. When you’re done being a hippy rockstar at all your festivals, this skirt will transition perfectly to work wear!

The Fringe Mini

Spin around, and twirl to your hearts content with fringe flowing around you! I mean… who doesn’t like a mini skirt you’re meant to dance in?

The Cutout Mini

Is there anything hotter than this cutout mini skirt from Forever21? Well, that depends… how do you feel about leather?

The Leather Mini 

Don’t worry, it’s not real leather but it’s still just as sexy! Gone are the days of boring black pleather skirts, City Chic is stepping up the game with this super cute color block number! Of course, we can’t forget the ultimate classic…

The Plaid Mini

The ultimate in 90’s girl cool, a plaid skirt looks cute with damn near everything, and every fat babe deserves one. Live out your grunge rockstar babe dreams in the this plus size plaid mini skirt from Eshakti. The best part about this skirt? Eshakti products are fully customizable so you can go as short as you want! Show those legs baby!!!

 

So what mini skirts are landing on your “to buy” list this year? Let me know in the comments below! And check out my try on haul with both the plus size denim mini skirt and the green utility skirt featured above!

Shirt | Skirt | Hat | Bag (similar) | Booties (similar)

 

 

 

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Miranda Nahmias

Sunday 16th of April 2017

Never thought mini-skirts would work for me but you are rockin' them!

fatgirlflow

Monday 17th of April 2017

thank you!!!! I'm sure you would look killer in one!!!

Casey Alex

Friday 31st of March 2017

Where is that choker from? I think it's so cute!!

Sheila

Sunday 3rd of March 2019

K, so I recently joined the plus-size club & have totally fallen in love with this miniskirt I saw online. It's super colourful and has characters from Fraggle Rock and I love it! But I'm nervous to buy it cos, on top of not having worn a mini for years even before I gained weight, I'm just not used to all this... It's encouraging to see bigger girls looking pretty great in minis, but I worry that the skirt will ride up badly, or my thighs will rub badly, or I'll otherwise be uncomfortable. Any tips?

fatgirlflow

Saturday 1st of April 2017

I think it's from SimplyBe or Torrid!

Dena

Friday 31st of March 2017

Carissa I love your style and I love you!

fatgirlflow

Friday 31st of March 2017

Thank you so much Dena!!!! <3

Deb jacobs

Thursday 30th of March 2017

Oh! And they were called "poorboy" shirts.

fatgirlflow

Thursday 6th of April 2017

lol that's cute, why were they called that?!?!?

Deb jacobs

Thursday 30th of March 2017

In th sixties, ribbed tshirts were IT! The sleeves were longer and fitted. BIBA did a lot of them!

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