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If you have no idea what to wear you're not alone, and plus-sized model Rosie Mercado is here to help!
Rosie once weighed 420 pounds. She's worn from a size 36 to a size 12-14 and every size in between, and she knows that things look different on our bodies at different sizes.
Her first tip is to take a risk! She explains to ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork that women need to willing to try something new. Jeans and a T-shirt are comfortable and safe, but it doesn't hurt to change it up a little. Model Erin Hutchinson shows off an outfit that puts a twist on this casual classic.
All-black layers don't showcase curves, so model Veronica Pomee demonstrates a sleeker all-black outfit with a peplum and tailored pants.
Rosie herself shows off a basic wrap dress that's flattering to a bottom-heavy figure, with cutouts that draw the eye upward to her face. A dress like this ups her confidence and lets her walk with her true authentic beauty.