Anthropologie Is Launching A Plus-Size Collection And It’s About Time

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Let me start off firstly by saying that I’m not plus sized. That being said, there are folks in my family who are and when I’ve gone shopping with them, I’m appalled at the lack of style found in most plus sized stores.

I’m not sure what it is but it seems that brands seem to have brain fart after brain fart when designing their plus sized lines. I hate to say it but it really feels like they save all the chic and stylish options for thinner crowds and it’s seriously messed up.

Fortunately now-a-days there are more options than just stretchy pants and tent dresses. Brands like Premme, Forever 21+, and, Addition Elle all have chic collections that are inclusively sized and now, Anthrolopolgie does too.

Take a peek at Anthropologie’s first plus sized collection that’s set to  launch on March 15 in Canadian and U.S stores and online!

anthropologie plus size collection
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Anthropologie’s new inclusive collection is set to consist of over 120 pieces from dresses, to skirts, and pants. This line will be a blend of their in-house labels like Pilcro and other outside brands like Cloth & Stone— all in sizes 16W to 26W. I’m also giving Anthropologie major snaps too because they’re not making us consumers shell out major cash. The prices for this line run from approximately $60 and cap out at $340 CAD.

anthropologie plus size collection
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Styled as A+nthropologie or APlus by Anthropologie, either way you look at it, this new launch has been a long time coming. This collection brings a breath of fresh air to the plus size fashion world with Anthropologie’s easy breezy mentality.

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