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Plus sized women are usually conscious about everything they wear because, it almost always looks like they’re “exposing” too much of the body shape or skin when they wear certain outfits. Society encourages them to wear baggy clothes or loose clothes just to they keep their bodies hidden so they aren’t sexualized.

The one thing I love about Moesha Boduong is the fact that she’s unapologetically her and she always wears what is comfortable for her. If the body is too much for you to see, close your eyes. She doesn’t listen to anyone and she’s comfortable in her skin and that’s the gospel I’m preaching today.

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Your body is yours alone and you should wear what is comfortable for you. Stop listening to what society says. If you want to wear a bodycon dress, go for it. You just need to make sure it’s decent, especially for the office.

Below are 5 outfits for each work day to give you inspiration for this week. If you have similar outfits in your wardrobe, pair them up the way you see in these pictures, get your work shoe and bag and you’re ready to go.

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1. Monday

It’s the first day of the week and it’s likely to be filled with a lot of meetings so it’s best to go very official.

Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram
Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram

2. Tuesday

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To be on the safer side, you need to still be official on Tuesday. There may be more meetings to attend but you can sprinkle a little colour to your outfit.

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Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram

3. Wednesday

Wednesdays are a little more laid back in some offices but you can decide to still be official, or loosen up.

Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram
Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram

4. Thursday

Some offices allow you to wear semi casual looks on Thursday since it’s almost the weekend.

Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram
Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram

5. Friday

In most offices in Ghana, Fridays are usually for African prints.

Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram
Image via @moeshaboduong on Instagram

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