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Finding the perfect outfit for the new university or school term can be a big ask. Here, Style369 give top tips and ideas to students helping them with their wardrobe for the new academic year.

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Getting ready for school, college or university is an exciting time of year and once August arrives the preparations for the new academic term begin. But we’re not talking about stationary and books! Change is on the horizon, giving the perfect excuse to re-vamp that capsule collection with key pieces from the upcoming season’s trends. is packed with plus size clothes and looks that’ll set term off with a stylish bang. After all, every girl wants to be turning heads on her first day back.

Student Plus Size Fashions’s fabulous range of trendy plus size clothing includes plenty of statement-making pieces for the new academic year.

The palazzo style pants in caramel or bottle green make for a dramatic foundation to those on-campus looks. Their extra wide cut is comfortable as well as stylish making them ideal for sitting through classes as well as gliding down the street. Style them with one of Style369’s brightly coloured or printed plus size going out tops for a look that’s cool and fresh.

Coloured jeans are big news right now. Playful and provocative bold denim is bound to grab attention at the start of the new term. Style369 has gorgeous coloured plus size jeans and leggings that make the perfect addition to any plus size fashion wardrobe. Colours range from fair weather tones of lilac, coral and turquoise to wine, dark pink and purple.

Another fabulous way to underpin a new term outfit is with’s pretty, plus size skirt in a polka dot print. It has a mid-length and a gently flared shape. To get a smarter look – perhaps when trying to impress that tutor or teacher – pair it with an easy-to-wear and popular bubble hem top. They’re available in purple, green or various prints.

A plus size maxi dress is suitable for almost any occasion but their versatility is something to be cherished at the start of term especially when the weather can unpredictable. Lovedrobe dresses are renowned for making a statement and their gorgeous Zig Zag Print Maxi Dress is a striking piece not least because it takes on this season’s monochrome trend. Pop it on with one of’s plus size jackets for an outfit that’ll go straight from summer to autumn.

Cool Wide Fit Shoes

The start of term usually involves lots of walking around to work out where you’re classes are and discover your new college or university campus – not to mention all that partying! has lots of trendy wide fit shoes and boots to do the job.

For wandering around and trying to find all those new places, wide fit pumps are a must. Style369 has some gorgeous pairs of basic ballerinas in nude, turquoise and cobalt blue. Bringing an injection of colour to plus size dresses, skirts and jeans, they’re essential for all day time wardrobes.

September and October herald the beginning of the colder weather so it’s time to invest in some boots. Luckily, Style369 has recently had an influx of trendy wide fit boots as part of their brand new footwear range. Inspired by the new season’s key footwear styles, there are Chelsea boots, elegant riding boots, biker boots and more.

About Style369

All about fashion and fit, Style369 is an exciting, online-only store for style-conscious girl’s size 14 – 16.

The Style369 collection incorporates trend-led pieces from some of the UK’s freshest plus size brands (including Lovedrobe, Not Your Daughter’s and Curvy Kate) and the Evans’ high fashion range, to ensure a perfect fit and high impact look.

Including everything from cut-to-flatter jersey basics to new season dresses, lingerie, shoes and accessories, Style369 has every occasion covered. Detailed fit guides, a forward-thinking blog and fashion-focused editorials give Style369 even more of a distinctive edge, making it a go-to destination for the style-savvy.

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