There’s no denying that plus-size fashion has improved tremendously over the last few years. Young curvy women are no longer forced to choose between matronly, ill-fitting clothes, and embellished everything; plus-size clothing is finally...stylish!
And although we have made progress in this area of fashion, there are so many full-figured women that still feel forced into to the same old stores that fill our malls,-you know, Lane Bryant, Torrid, Target, etc.
Lo and behold they're plenty of trendy brands, that are not only filled with unique stylish designs, but they are also more size-inclusive.
Here are a few labels that are super trendy and size inclusive that you should definitely check out:
By Nadia Aboulhosn
Fashion blogger Nadia Aboulhosn launched her eponymous label in January, offering signatures from her own closet — matching sets, lace-up mini skirts, and oversized hoodies — in sizes small through 3XL!
Courtney Noelle is for fashion-forward women who are ready to embrace their bodies. Although the line offers a very inclusive size range of 2 through 28, Noelle purposely shoots her styles solely on larger models who are, as she puts it, more than pretty.
Rebdolls is easily the go-to for on-trend designs. With an applause-worthy inclusive size range of 0 to 32, this unapologetic brand embraces the fact that fashion is not an exclusive club; admission is easy when you can find something for every body, style, and budget.
If you consider yourself a minimalist, then Universal Standard should be your first shopping stop. Universal Standard was created due to the lack of sleek plus sized minimalism. Offered in size 10 to 28, it stocks edgy, zipper-embellished sweatshirts, perfectly slouchy jeans, and layering dresses.
If you’re a fan of flirty frocks, playful bikinis, and statement-making prints, then Rue107 is definitely for you. The size 2 through 24, NYC-based line is a big hit among fashion-focused celebs like Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Serena Williams, and Amber Riley.