Plus Size Palazzo Pants

I guess this is my first “Spring is Here” outfit! And no better place usher in the Spring then to highlight a look from JC Penney!

For as long as I could remember, I’ve always wanted to try Palazzo pants. My only beef I had with them was how tight they got around my bottom belly. Typically, it would take away from the slim top/wide leg look. After Googling “Striped Palazzo Pants,” I was too motivated to find my own pair of plus size palazzo pants. After all, these ladies killed it, so why don’t I try a little slaying of my own?

Plus Size Palazzo Pants

It’s been a while, but I had to go to the catch all of plus size clothing: JC Penney. As soon as searched the term “plus size palazzo pants,” I struck gold! The first pants that came up the Bisou Bisou Floral Palazzo Pants. As soon as I saw them, all the doubts about my smiley face belly getting in the way of perfecting the palazzo pants look disappeared. Like VANISHED! The only vision I had in my head was PERFECTION.

Since the pants had a slit, stripes, and floral design, I thought I could pair it with a plain shirt. And get this, it only costs 5.00 dollars for a 4x! I sized up so I could play around with the top a little bit!

Lastly, I had to break out striped sandals from Shoedazzle. Although they are sold out, I found two options, on Amazon, which are just as cute: Abie Stipe  and closed toe heels.

So if you are anything like me and you like to hesitate whether you’ll “nail the look” or not, just know that you already found it in your size–that’s 90% of the battle. We are so conditioned to believing that a specific look accompanies certain clothing. Don’t fall victim to hype!Plus Size Palazzo Pants

Plus Size Palazzo Pants

Plus Size Palazzo Pants

Plus Size Palazzo Pants
Plus Size Palazzo Pants


Pants (wearing size 3x) : Bisou Bisou Floral Palazzo Pants  Shirt: plain shirt   Sandals: Sold out, but here are replacements at Amazon: Abie Stipe  and closed toe heels.


Til next time, Chardline