With more brands getting on board with plus size ranges, there are more than a few fashion friendly options. Companies like Cotton On and The Iconic are local options, while the likes of Spanish retailer Mango make wearing the latest trends a cinch. Plus, designer collaborations seem to be picking up momentum; the latest of which, Rodarte x Universal Standard, sees a slew of pretty-as-a-picture dresses at affordable price ranges. Below, we’ve rounded up our favourites.
Going up to a size 26, Mango offers a range of chic, fashion forward pieces. For trend driven styles made from good quality fabrics, Mango is your go-to.
Releasing their first capsule collection with Universal Standard, Rodarte proved their pretty patterns and sweet colourways work in every size. The range, which comes in sizes 00 to 40, features whimsical dresses, pretty skirts and gorgeous frilly tops — we’re hooked.
Cotton On Curve’s affordable takes on jeans and basics are now available in a curvier range, catering for women up to a size 24.
ASOS has some of the best plus size clothes on the market, and their dedicated offshoot brand ASOS Curve is the place to find them. From bridesmaid dresses to jeans and workwear, ASOS should be your go-to.
Perfect for laid back staples and everyday pieces, 17 Sundays is dedicated to making comfortable plus size clothing.
Making most of their items available in bigger sizes, Boohoo has gained a reputation for one of the better affordable retailers for plus size ladies. And with prices like that, what’s to stop you?
With a dedicated section to curvy clothing, The Iconic has the best from designers all over the world. From the perfect running tights to a snuggly cardigan, The Iconic has it all.
With sizes up to a 24, Pretty Little Thing has long been a champion for women with curves. Top that with seriously affordable prices and you’re onto a winner.
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