Finding (and refining) personal style can be a struggle; we're the first to admit it. We've all been there at least once, if not multiple times, as we gaze into our closet full of clothes and need something for the post-graduation to professional transition (so, platform sandals don't work in office?), landing the big promotion we've worked so hard for, or dressing after having a baby (suddenly all those dry clean only silk blouses aren't so practical). Instead, opt for some in style womens attire, a great track suit that comes with a strong fitted look in fun colors and rich fabrics like velour or terry. Eight out of ten women wear the wrong fit, size or shaped bra. A pashmina or sarong is a versatile item that you can use for sun protection or to 'glam' up the simplest of outfits if you feel like a change.

If you're looking for women's discounted outdoor clothing we have a huge selection online from jackets and footwear to t-shirts and fleece, so you can kit yourself out for less. In wartime Britain it became 'unfashionable' to be seen wearing clothes that were obviously showy, yet women were frequently implored not to let 'standards' slip too far.

However, I have seen that most women who are curvy, and yes, bigger than the rest, tend to wear clothes which are really unflattering. Some women swear by hiking skirts , regardless of the weather or the trail. Whether you're a size 12 or a 22, finding clothes that fit your body and your budget shouldn't be too difficult.

Packer turned to her blog, which was becoming a community space for women to talk about topics that interested them, from ageism to how to find clothes that were stylish but still comfortable. Ballet slippers, like the ones pictured here, look equally as chic when styled with denim or cropped pants as they do with that little black dress, of course.

Memorial Day, for instance, is a great time to stock up on outerwear. Peplum jackets, tops, dresses and skirts will create the illusion of an hourglass shape. This outfit is an easy one to stay comfortable in AND dress up in a pinch. Most Moroccan women (though culture is changing, especially in the big cities) tend to wear tops with sleeves past their elbows.