I’m plus-size with an apple body shape – my Target finds in 3X & size 28 from the ‘Future Collective’ fit me so well
AN INFLUENCER shared styling tips for women with apple-shaped bodies while showing off a shopping haul from Target.
They showed off how they styled pieces from Target’s latest “Future Collective” collection to their 28k TikTok followers.
Angelina (@fiercefatfemme) is a model, speaker, educator, and self-proclaimed “fat liberation neighbor” who hopes to spread knowledge and body positivity.
Before starting their haul in the dressing room, they shared their size measurements: 57″ bust, 47″ waist, and 59″ hips.
Angelina also shared that their usual sizes are 24-26.
The first item they picked out was a leopard print dress ($45), which they tried on in a size 26-28.
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“Most, if not everything, was generously sized,” they noted about the collection.
Next, they tried on a zipper corset ($30) in its black and white colorways with a size 3X silver skirt ($32).
They took an immediate disliking to the corsets: “I’m not a fan, I feel like it needs to be cropped more.”
They then swapped out the top for a cropped, puffed-sleeved shirt ($30) to go with the skirt.
“This cute little shirt had some velvet detailing going on and it was very precious and very cute, I was really in love with it,” they raved.
Next up was a size 2X geometric orange two-piece ($32), which hugged their curves.
“I was very confused because I don’t wear 2X these days, so like I said, the sizing seems to be generous,” they explained.
The star of the show, however, was a black duo: a pleather skirt ($30) and an asymmetrical cut-out top ($16).
Next, they tried on a black corset top and a silver skirt[/caption]
“I’ve been trying to be Gen-Z and I really wanted the off-center button and I think this is really giving it,” they added.
Despite not being a huge fan of black-and-white, they had their own B&W moment and created an additional outfit using the same top by adding a midi skirt with a side slit ($34).
Finally, they tried on a pair of mid-rise, flare, yellow-and-purple plaid pants ($38) that they loved but couldn’t budget into their haul.
Their viewers were blown away, and offered up their favorite combos and pieces in the comments.
“The silver skirt with the cropped puffy sleeve top,” said one follower.
“I hope you got the cropped puff sleeve top, pleather skirt outfit, black and white skirt, and pants! They looked AMAZING,” said another.