1920s Plus Size Dresses from Great Gatsby


Plus-size women who are bigger than most women have a hard time finding clothes in general, and it’s even harder to find costumes or dresses that fit a theme.

Plus-size women can find great Great Gatsby dresses, though, if they know what to look for and where to look.

How to Choose Your Plus Size 1920s Dress

One of the best things about 1920s fashion is that there are many different styles of dresses that can fit almost any body type.

Dresses with short sleeves, dresses with long sleeves, full-length dresses, and mini dresses were all popular in the Roaring Twenties.

Plus Size Roaring 20s Dresses

If you ask me, Unique Vintage is the best brand for Plus-size 1920s dresses.

They have so many options, it’ll blow your mind!

Look at these gorgeous plus-size dresses from the 1920s!

Plus-size women had a lot of great options in 1920s fashion, but you need to know your body shape and how to dress for it before you can choose a great dress that will look great on you.

CurveGirl for Girls Who Are Bigger

CurveGirl is another great brand of dresses for girls who want to look stunning and elegant.

Their selection is amazing, but my favourite is this plus-size dress from the Roaring 20s.

If you like designs with a lot of detail, you will probably like it, too. Both the front and the back of the dress have a combination of fancy beads and sequins. The neckline is round, and the fringe at the bottom is hand-woven.

The embroidery work on this dress is one of its best features. Because of this, delivery might take an extra day or two, but it will be worth it!

This 1920s-style plus-size dress gives off a party vibe and is a stylish alternative. My friend loves theme parties and this dress is perfect for her. She also looks great in it, and I love how glamorous and full of life she looks.

As you can see, white is the colour that stands out most on the dress. But it is also elegant because it has a pattern of sequins and tassels. The fitted shape will make sure you look great. The dress is always comfortable because it has a zipper on the back. Like all other CurveGirl dresses, this one is well-made and easy to take care of.

And here is another CurveGirl dress. If you like the colour maroon, you will love this piece of clothing.

What’s better than a flapper dress to show off the style of the 1920s? Yes, there is, and it’s a maroon dress from the 1920s.

The sequins and tassels on the fully lined poly crepe and net fabric look great. The zipper is on the side, and the shape of the dress follows the body’s curves.

You can choose from the sizes that are already set, or you can change the chest, waist, and hip sizes to fit your body. You can also choose how long the dress should be. So, you can change any of the CurveGirl dresses to suit your tastes.

Here are the main body types and my best tips for how to dress for each one so you can look like a fabulous flapper girl.

A Gatsby dress that fits your shape

Apple Form

You are apple-shaped if most of your weight is in your upper torso, your body is rounder, and your legs and arms are slimmer.

Your upper half is more balanced than your lower half, so you should draw attention away from your upper torso.

Most likely, you also have a bigger bust.

You look great in scooped necklines and V-necklines.

Geometric prints and knee-length skirts will show off your slim legs and break up the line of your torso.

If you have an apple-shaped body, this flapper girl dress from Prettyguide will look great on you.

The sheer sleeves and knee-length cut show off the arms and legs, while the geometric patterns break up the bright green and draw the eye down to the hips.

The round V-neckline draws attention to the face and away from the middle of the body.

The apple-shaped flapper got a beautiful dress in a lovely colour.

Pear Form

If you are pear-shaped, most of your weight is in your lower torso, hips, and thighs, and your upper torso is slimmer.

Your bust is probably small to average, so you should show off your waistline and highlight your upper torso to create balance.

Wide necklines, like a boat, ballet, or square neck, will make your upper body stand out.

Asymmetrical hems and empire waistlines help draw the eye up and away from the lower body.

Here’s another great choice from Prettyguide for people with a pear-shaped body.

The way the neckline is decorated draws the eye up.

The beaded waistline has a clear line that divides the body into two equal parts, the upper and lower torso.

The colour of this dress is the same all over, so it doesn’t draw attention to the lower body. This gives it a great art deco Gatsby flapper girl look.

Straight Shape or Rectangle

If your upper and lower body are about the same size and you have little or no waist, you most likely have a straight body shape.

Your body looks just like a rectangle with straight lines.

Like an apple body shape, you want to make it look like you have a waist.

Deep scooped necks or V-necks with a high waistline will help you tighten your middle. Fit-and-flare dresses look great on this body shape.

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