I’m plus size and found the perfect NYE dress from H&M – it’s party ready, goes from day to night and SO comfy | The Sun
28th December 2022

NOW THAT Christmas is behind us it's time to focus our attention on New Year's Eve.

And while you may not have worked out what to wear yet – one fashion fan has got you covered.

The plus size fashion whizz found the perfect jumper dress from H&M to celebrate the new year.

Vanessa, from Seattle, US, is a size US 14/16 and often shares fashion inspiration on her TikTok account.

This time, the fashion whizz decided to test out a New Year's Eve outfit for plus-size women using a sweater dress from H&M.

The black dress has glitter running through it and comes just above the knee.


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She paired the dress with a silver bag, black tights, and black knee-high boots.

The jumper is currently listed on the H&M website for £34.99 and also comes in beige.

Vanessa captioned the post: "We comfy but party ready with this super cute glitter sweater dress from H&M."

The adorable dress is perfect for New Year's as the sweater material will also keep you warm throughout the night.

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The short clip went viral with over 176k views and 20,000 likes.

And viewers couldn't wait to get their hands on it.

One wrote: "Omg!!!! I love this look!! Perfect to be cute and comfy!!"

A second person added: "The way I ran to H&M to buy that sweater dress!!"

"Okkk running to H&M I’m such a sucker for these sparkly sweater dresses," penned a third.

Meanwhile, a fourth said: "I love this!"

Another person commented: "So cute."

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