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GLEORIA
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Great suggestions.



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Fashion to Fit and Ashley Stewart for plus size women.

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Jeans that fit right have always been the hardest to find. I get the Gloria Vanderbilt Amanda jeans from Kohls. For shorts I get the Danskin Now brand from Walmart.



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I like Woman Within for the fit but not for the price. I didn't know there was a Kohls.com no.

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Great ideas Thank You emoticon



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I was reading the posts and just heard about Simply Be. I scrolled on over and I'm now in the process of ordering 2 dresses from their sale section. They've got some cute clothes that don't just look like giant sacks. Great tip! emoticon

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thanks for sharing this info.



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The Avenue and Lane Bryant



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I have heard of simplybe.com. In fact, I have their catalog.



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I have really enjoyed a website called simplybe.com. Tthey are in the uk and you need to watch for specials but the clothes are great quality and really cute. I have a thing for "Skater" Dresses and they have the largest selection of anyone by far. They aren't really cheap thus the need to look out for coupon codes but well worth it for style and quality!

For workout clothes, WalMart is getting better but you have to go on-line to find the plus sizes and get the deals. Free shipping with $50 purchase, I love their yoga pants, they fit great, not too tight and a good price. $50 goes a long way!!

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I work in a high school as well and have to watch what I wear....especially at my age! lol Dress Barn has always been a favorite of mine. I have sweaters from them that I bought about 15 years ago that are still in style and I have not worn them out yet! Best bang for the buck. I agree that Lane Bryant is a little too trendy for me. I have found some decent work out clothes at Cato. I cannot find a thing at Target or Kohls. We have a store named 'Steinmart' here in NC and they carry some nice plus sizes. Also Belk is a good place to find some nice clothes. I, for one, am working hard for the day, when an XL fits! Keep on working towards your goals, ladies!

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Lane Bryant, Just my size, and Avenue



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Yes, Thank You... GW Boutique is what I call it, and I am happy to shop there. Best Wishes on Your Goals and Life's Journey.
Hey everyone we could always Sew our own.. Great way to teach grands too.

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I didn't know there were so many different places to shop! So happy I stumbled on these posts! emoticon



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I wear various brands wearing with whatever feels good and looks good on my body. Lane Bryant, Ashley Stewart, Cato, Macy, etc.

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I like to shop at www.dorothyperkins.co.uk or www.bravissimo.com www.figleaves.com or www.sizeappeal.com or www.yoursclothing.com which also have big shoes and WIDE big shoes for that matter. I love that having size 9EEE myself.



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i have found some amazing things swakdesigns.com
and mizrak.com is so inexpensive its scary but very nice in the transition period when you just don't want to spend a lot. very nice for the price.


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Popular fashion designer Dannii Minogue also offers best designs of clothing for plus sized women.

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Dress Barn carries both misses and plus sizes. In fact, I think they started with just misses then added plus sizes.





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Swimsuitsforall is a great place to get bathing suits in all sizes---and for us well endowed ladies, they really have good support and large enough cup sizes---I do water aerobics and their aquabelle suits hold up nicely in chlorine---I got my 2 from the clearance section and only paid 52 dollars---can't beat that for really good suits.

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I had good luck with shopping online at specialty shops like iGigi -- www.igigi.com/ -- and Kiyonna www.kiyonna.com/.

I was pleased with most of what I purchased from both of these places both at my highest weight and as I lost weight. (A few Kiyonna wrap dresses got me through most of my biggest losses with style...)

I agree that Macy's and Nordstrom's generally have a good selection, as does Lord & Taylor. I loved that Athleta has up to size 2X, though they are a little spendy if you're planning on losing substantial weight (and thus changing sizes in the near future). I got a few pieces from them, but mostly went to Target or JCPenney for my plus-size workout gear. I did love Athleta's casual dresses, though (still do)!

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i like deb Shop its an online store debshops.com



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Sorry new to board accidently posted here ignore

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I just found forever21 plus. Several local stores and online. As a senior citizen this place for youthful people does offer evening styles, and basics at a cost that makes dressing as I slim down reasonable.





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I always find great clothes at the Goodwill and rummage sales in good neighborhoods.

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Some of my best pieces came from yard sales in high end neighborhoods.

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I go to goodwill for pants. i get 2-3 pairs for the price as 1. and i get my choice od several different brands.



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You're right! Thrift stores are great but I never seem to find what I want there!
Another great idea are the churches who have "clothes closets" where you can get clothing and return it when you move to the next size.


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Wow. This thread is a blast from the past. I've decided to stick with thrift store clothes until I hit certain milestones. If the weight comes off like I want it to, I'll be switching sizes every couple of months. No need to get fancy with the clothes in my case. I just need something that'll keep me from being naked and is comfy. LOL

Although... I will miss Lane Bryant and Torrid.

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I really love onestopplus.com you get so much in one place and you can find deals so you don't feel like you are spending your life savings on clothes.

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When I wore larger sizes I always shopped at Dress Barn, the Avenue, Lane Bryant, and Kohls.

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I Like department stores that carry Alfred Dunner clothing. It stays like new for years.


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I don't know if any body has posted this one, Cato is a reasonable priced one. I think Wal Mart owns them. They are always close by one,



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Hello All. I am still in a state of mind that i refuse to believe i am plus size, mostly since i am petite first. for that reason, i detest shopping for clothes. so, i don't know any good brands.

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I'm new to the board, but not new to plus size clothing. Sad to say that two of my favorite brands has either gone out of business or is going out of business:

Silhouettes and Cold Water Creek emoticon

Cold Water is wonderful for its quality. For those of you who are looking for good bargains in quality clothing, I urge you to get on their site and buy your little hearts out. This was a wonderful brand and I'm so sorry to see it go. Everything is 40% or more right now. I'm sorry but I can't write this without feeling sad all over again. (In my not at all humble opinion, it was the ugly styles that are popular today that killed off this brand (along with the Great Recession.)

Silhouettes went out of business with narry a whimper.

I am older than many of you, I think, but I am finding one of the few brands left with decent quality at fairly good prices (pricier than Kohl's and Penney's but better, I think) is Ulla Popkin: www.ullapopken.com/

And don't forget Nordstrom's. I have clothes that are still in style, breautiful, and just as beloved today as they were when I bought them in the way back time machine. emoticon

You can't go wrong when you get things at Nordstrom's. I agree that Junonia is good, too, especially when you want good clothes for exercising, swimming, traveling.




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Sorry to those who've said it, but why would a plus sized woman ever lower herself to shopping at a place called "Dress Barn"? How degrading can you get, really! They are more or less calling us all cows.

I love Layne Braynt and Torrid, but they're too pricey, especially now that I moved to Aus where shipping from the states costs more than the actual item.

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I order a lot of my clothes on the internet site call OneStopPlus shopping which includes 7 different catalog companies like Roamans, Woman Within, Jessica's, Silhouette, etc. The clothes tend to fit right and as I need a 30" top, I can find some there when the stores don't carry the longer tops.

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Appleseeds.com has very good quality, lady-like clothing, with most styles available in plus sizes. If you need clothing for work, this is definitely worth a try. They often have very good sales,OR free shipping offers. When they both coincide (which is rare, but does happen!), it is possible to get excellent buys.



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I like the Dress Barn.......



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For nicey-nice dresses I like HolyClothing. Be sure to measure yourself and check measuents of each dress style though.

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CJ Banks is good too

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I am with you LECATES about the stores in my area, But I do like Lane Bryant I am not a showy person (in tops), but the tanks under your shirt work great I don't know were there is a Catherine's in my area I have never ordered online To afraid about right sizing emoticon

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I like to buy my clothes at Penningtons and Sears. Target just opened here in Canada last fall and I haven't been to one yet that has a plus size section. I was very disappointed.



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Thanks for the information. I am going to check out their brand. I am between sizes and often find a hard time getting things that fit properly.



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For active-wear, I shop Kohl's online and buy their Tek Gear brand - love it! The capris wear extremely well and are flattering; however, they do run about a size too big. The t-shirts are cool and comfy, and they run true to size. The colors coordinate well. I have four pairs of capris, a couple pairs of shorts, and several tops to mix and match. I have gotten many compliments while wearing them at the gym. They go on sale often, and when you pair the sale price with a 20% or 30% off coupon, it's a deal!

And, BTW, I bought a pair of Tek Gear flip-flops that have a great arch support, which is a must for me. Super comfortable!

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I love Old navy for plus size clothes! They offer relatively decent prices, great basics, and trendy options! it's my go-to store!!!

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Hmmm, some of you must have stores that carry more than my area does---I don't find clothes at kohl's, Target, etc in my size in styles I like---very few choices here. And Lane Bryant stinks unless you are a teen---all their things are not geared to all ages. I really hate trying to find tops that do not show my breasts---I work in a high school and it is just not appropriate to wear revealing clothing---and honestly, I don't like to see it on people that are working either. For nice professional clothes and good quality, I love Catherine's---wish there was a store closer to me but have also ordered online thru them.

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I buy clothes depend on style and mood. I almost didn't insist what brand.



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On the pricey side but I love http://www.junonia.com. They have terrific quality so they last forever. They also have a wide variety of active clothes you don't see for plus size as usual like ski suits, scooba, tennis and others.

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I LOVE LOVE LOVE Gwynnieebee.com-because of this website I rarely have to buy new clothes for work. When I do shop I love: Cato, Ashley Stewart, Ross, Old Navy, Target (for workout clothes), Torrid (a bit pricey to me), Woman Within (for skirts), Forever 21 (has an awesome cute plus size line with very nice prices). For real though-check out gwynieebee.com....

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Yes,I do get the Woman Within catalog and also Blair and Haband. emoticon



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Zulilly, GwynnieBee, Just My Size... there are good things about all of them.

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Catos. They are excellently priced. Wear like iron and have wonderful clearance racks.



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Hi everybody,
I'm new to this forum and I'm actually new to the USA, too - I'm a Spanish expat working in Seattle. I wonder where to shop plus size fashion over here. In Spain I used to shop online because there are no special plus size fashion shops.
Currently I've bought clothes at:

www.maxana.com (the fashion looks quite old-fashioned but their trousers and jackets fit like no others - they are designed especially for chubbies, plus what I appreciate the most - they don't have any problems to tailor the item for my very short legs).

www.igigi.com (I love their dresses but sometimes have problems with fitting in the bust area)

Can't wait for your replies - I need to ruin my credit card a bit :)





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I read your comment and noticed that we have several of the exact same issues...I was 115 pounds in high school and my calves were ALWAYS large and I hate it when you get a pair of jeans that slide over the hips just to have a 10 inch gap at the waist...YUCK!

I have done okay looking for boots that have the stretchy material to fit over my calves and recently have found 2 pairs one was from Avon and one was through Ruff Hewn

As far as Jeans are concerned-The Venezia Brand at Lane Bryant, JMS (just my size), Fashion Bug and Gloria Vanderbilt have worked for me...there are several styles for each brand but for the most part they fit the best.



 
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