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TallylynLake Wed 19-Aug-15 14:10:54

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RachelZoe Wed 19-Aug-15 14:31:16

My SIL is bigger and she gets most of her clothes, smart and otherwise from ASOS curve and H&M plus. Both of them are online only but she always looks very nice! She also gets quite a lot in Primark. Her trick is to wear very basic things that fit and then top up with non size dependent accessories.

blodynmawr Wed 19-Aug-15 15:37:20

Phase Eight and Boden for dresses - I am the same size as you OP and whilst large of nork I don't like billowy skirts (as they are not flattering) so mainly get size 16 dresses in stretchy viscose materials. I wear with cashmere cardigans from M&S or Boden (which last years).
Boden wool work trousers also good, which again last me many years, as are their Chelsea turn ups.
Agree M&S Autograph and John Lewis good for tailoring, some bits from Next and Monsoon too.

hellsbellsmelons Wed 19-Aug-15 15:57:02

ASOS curvy range
Also Roman Originals. They have shops and are on line.
this sort of thing is very flattering

iseenodust Wed 19-Aug-15 16:12:07

I am the same size as you and 5'4. For work I look best in below knee fitted shift dresses or straight skirt with a fairly fitted jacket. Best hunting grounds are M&S, Jaeger boutique line from outlet store, Laura Ashley (it's not all flowery these days) & tops from TKMaxx. I hate clingy viscose/polyester so tend to go for wool/linen/cotton bottom halves.

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RandomFriend Wed 19-Aug-15 16:41:17

I have a number of Jacques Vert outfits that are suitable for office wear. The matching skirts and tops, together with a jacket, can look very elegant and some of the colours are suitable as workwear.

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