Brands That Do Plus-Size Better
When it comes to plus-size fashion, brands are far from created equal. Some still don’t offer plus-size options at all, even though the average American woman is between sizes 16 and 18. Other department stores start plus-size lines that suddenly disappear. And some just don’t seem to be hiring the same designers for larger sizes as they have for their other sections because their plus-size lines aren’t always as cute.
But some brands have the right idea in mind. These labels understand fashion and do it at the right price and for a greater array of sizes. So whether you’re at the mall or shopping online, these are the brands that are doing their thing in 2016 that you should check out.
Now that they’ve revamped their line by signing on designers like Lela Rose and Christian Siriano, Lane Bryant makes classic staples that aren’t dated or boring.
English store Carmakoma specializes in cool, quality pieces (especially for ladies that love all things lace and black) in sizes up to 24.
Forever 21 keeps it’s signature style (and friendly prices) up to size 21.
Another great place for basics at prices it’s hard to beat (and sizes up to 30).
The store that got its start with The Limited has branched out on its own with great colors, prints and styles that make it a great one-stop shop.
Plus-size fashion that’s bold and beautiful and swimwear that’s just as much fun.
Gwynnie Bee lets you rent high-end pieces from every line for a monthly fee and you can swap them as often as you like.
When you’re looking for a look, this is the place to go. Rock star Beth Ditto delivers showstoppers in her signature line.
The only problem with being a fan of RACHEL Rachel Roy Curvy means wanting to break the bank and buy every piece in every color.
One of our favorite things about Universal Standard? They design every piece in each collection to go together for easy and chic shopping.