Animal in Berry: Business Look with Lipedema - The Plus Size Girl Boss

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I love to dress chic. I would rather be overdressed than underdressed and be well dressed, which gives me a really good body feeling. You shouldn't do without this feeling in everyday working life. It gives you self-confidence, exudes style and dignity and, above all, competence. So come on with the plus size business look!

How does the plus size business look work with lipedema?

In my opinion, one of the most important rules is that the individual pieces of clothing can be built on top of each other. Make sure that you can combine many things with each other to create a new look again and again. Good plus size business fashion is often an investment that has to be well thought out. With the right construction kit, you are perfectly equipped with just a few pieces.

Make sure it's the right fit for your silhouette.

If you have a great waistline, emphasize it as often as you can. Shift dresses, fitted blazers, Marlene trousers - play with your great curves.

If you have a stomach, try loose tunics and shirt blouses with tight-fitting pants. A long blazer can also help you straighten your upper body and give you a loose fit. Remember that you want to focus on really important things throughout the day, without the discomfort of being too tight.

Should it not be so formal, you always have the safe bank: Jeans and blazers. Casual chic is a great interim solution for a respectful appearance without being too bulky. You will never go wrong with it!

Business fashion with
Lipedema and lymphedema

Unfortunately, with lipedema and lymphedema there are still additional challenges to master. If you have problems with the fit of the blazer sleeves due to bulky upper arms, choose stretch fabrics or try a few kimono cuts. Such cardigans are often very classy and elegant enough for the office. There are also batwing sleeves for blouses that give you enough freedom.

If you don't want to show your legs, Marlene trousers or loose-fitting trousers are a perfect solution.

But be careful: If it is cut wide at the bottom, a silhouette must be created at the top to compensate for it. Combine wide trousers only with tight-fitting tops and fitted jackets. Otherwise it can quickly look baggy. The wollemer, of course, net.

If baggy trousers aren't your thing, maxi and midi dresses with peplums might be something for you. Try your hand at colorfully through the variants!

Here you can find more business looks with lipedema:

When things get wild in the office

It is important to me that my outfit looks serious, but not boring. I was inspired by my mediven550® with the fashion element Animal in berry. If you show the wild pattern sparingly, it serves wonderfully as a stylistic device and maybe even a small declaration of war for one or the other negotiation.

In order to take up the pattern in color, but to bring some calm into the outfit, I combined a simple top with a matching handbag. The pearl closure on the blazer is my personal highlight. If you also combine pearl earrings, you have created a perfect look that you can combine with any compression tights.

In these online shops you will find plus size business fashion

So that you can always find something that goes with your compression stocking, also in large sizes, I have my favorite online shops for you here:

Discover the business look with lipedema


This outfit was created in cooperation with Medi.
Pictures: Michaela Kern
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Author: Caroline Sprott

I'm Caroline, born in 1989 and live in Augsburg. Why did I start the lipedema fashion blog? At the beginning of my diagnosis I was completely helpless before an uncertain future. Now, a few years later, through active participation in self-help groups and a lot of research, I have accumulated a wealth of experience that I would like to make available to other affected persons in one place - without the detour via private groups on Facebook. The fashion component is of course due to my hobby. At the time, I promised myself that I would never be restricted by compression stockings. This attitude gives other patients courage and so Michaela advised me to start a blog.

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