The early arrival of Christmas decorations at shopping malls is a great reminder that you should start hunting cute outfits for the upcoming holiday parties. Shopping isn’t always an easy task, especially for women with bodies on the extreme end of the sizing scale. I’m not only talking about XL plus. Super tiny women, like XXS and smaller, have trouble too.
Many brands don’t offer sizes smaller than XS while their littlest size is still too loose on petite ladies. But all hope is not lost. There are a few childrenswear lines that can pass as womenswear for those who wear XXS! They’re even cheaper than adult clothes. To shorten your trip at the mall, here are a few top-notch tiny pieces from the kids section you can wear to the holiday parties this season.
For those who prefer to keep it casual and chic, this french-inspired sweater is for you (especially if you’re heading to a potluck). It would be adorable with a mini skirt and tights but will still go with your favourite pair of jeans. Sweet!
Here’s a mini that can be worn during the holidays and last throughout the year. It’s basically a two-in-one.
Reveal your wild side with this cheetah print bodysuit. It’ll spice up any party you go to.
Nobody could be more sophisticated than the one rocking this pair of plaid pants. It’s great for the office party and everyday!
Want to wear something that boldly screams, “Happy Holidays!” so you don’t have to? Pick this red cable-knit dress that’ll keep you cozy all winter long.
We get it. You have to stay modest and look profesh at some parties, like the one at your in-laws or at the office. They won’t be able to resist promoting you in this classy dotted black blouse.
Play Santa’s helper in this green plaid dress. Or, just be the cutest party hostess this season!
Stay true to your edgy self by layering a pair of black ripped denim over fishnets. Add a Santa Claus hat and you’ve got yourself a “bad santa”.
Not ready for the festivities? Scoop up this red gingham top to help you transition from the fall into the holidays.
Instead of being in the spotlight, be the spotlight. No one will be able to take their eyes off of you in these sequins.
Shopping from the kids section might feel embarrassing to you. It was to me too until I saw how great my ass looked in a pair of jeans from Abercrombie Kids. In the end, it doesn’t matter who the clothes are made for. Brands just care about profit. And you just need to find your best look in your perfect fit.