For a woman who is generously endowed it is often easier to "give in" and agree with those who tell her what she should and shouldn't wear. It's easier for a number of reasons - mainly to do with preferring not to get into an argument, and even moreso losing what we think is a caring or friendly relationship with that person.
But there comes a time when we all have to be accountable to ourselves. It's no good "giving in" to other's demands or perceptions of how we should live our lives, when those perceptions and standards don't fit in with our own. For we are intelligent women and have instincts that will prove beyond doubt that we know best, and sometimes we forget it.
If you want to dress in a certain style - romantic, nostalgic, conventional, trendy, quirky, loud or sassy, then that's your decision and you should be allowed to choose your style without having to justify it with anyone else.
I think this is why in recent times, many curvaceous women have taken a stand, and society doesn't always like what they now see in us. They don't like the thought that we won't do as they say, but prefer to make our own decisions. In other words they've lost the power to control us, either by innuendo or straight out domination.
So if you see clothing that fits YOUR idea of personal style and choice, go ahead and wear it. Don't be held back by people who like to think they know best. In the long run, you'll be a much happier person.
The above outfit is from The Cupboard, New Zealand. In sizes up to 16 - BUT they can meet your requirements as they make to measure.