Plus Size Tunic Dress Lagenlook Style

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100% Heavyweight Cotton Plus Size UK 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 Click the image to go to the listing
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Lagenlook Plus Size Linen Trousers Gypsy Boho Style
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Plus Size Linen Trousers

UK Size: S  16 18 20   L  22 24 26
Available in 7 different colours
Elasticated waist band
100% Heavyweight Linen
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Lagenlook Plus Size Clothing
The New Lagenlook style is becoming extemely popular worldwide but What is it?

Well the word 'Lagenlook' means layering in German. So the style of dressing Lagenlook is to layer clothes according to you own personal choice to give a casual, easy to wear, comfortable outfit for any occassion.

Using materials made of natural fibres, cotton, linen, silk, wool etc. to create an image that is unique and stylish. Starting with a base layer of trousers or a skirt with a basic top then building your next mid layer with a long tunic top/dress and then a jacket, coat or cardigan to top it off. Accessorised with a scarf and necklace and accompanied with a bag and hat you have gained the layered look with a few simple garments. The magic also is that it is so versatile you can mix and match until your hearts content. The list is endless.

I love this look. I like that I can become my own 'character' and stand out from the crowd with something different. It is so comfortable to wear. Experimenting with colours and designs I would maybe not have dared try before but now that I have I'm hooked!

The wide range of garments is amazing. Clothing is made oversized to enable the layering effect and can also be worn as maternity wear. Great for our ever changing body shapes!!

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