Whether you’re looking for a staple piece or a statement piece, Dia & Co. has you covered. Not only does the brand offer quality pieces at a fair price, but they also offer the Dia Box, which is your own personal clothing set chosen by an in-house stylist.
ASOS continues to prove that it represents fashion for everyone. The brand fits perfectly on plus sizes and offers a wide range of fashion-forward clothing.
Whether you want to look sophisticated or add a touch of glamor to your look, Eloquii has you covered.
Finding plus size activewear seems rare, but luckily Fabletics has it covered. Its sleek designs let it be known that athleticism isn’t defined by size.
The days when plus size clothing would apparently cost more are so long. Torrid offers affordable clothing without sacrificing design.
I don’t know if there is much to say about luxury boutiques specializing in plus sizes. How can you even resist a little luxury?
If you’re looking to invest in quality, premium brands, Nordstrom’s plus size division is the place to go. From Vince to Michael Kors, you are bound to find your happiness.
No other plus size store leads the way in size inclusiveness like Universal Standard. With sizes ranging from 00 to 40, rest assured that you can find any wardrobe essential in your size here.
The best plus-size fashion brands understand that stylish pieces should be accessible to everyone, which is exactly what Good American is all about. Whether you’re looking for an edgy piece or something on that sultry side, you’ve got you covered.
This post was originally posted on an earlier date and has since been updated. Next, 12 lesser-known plus-size brands you should know about Stat