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Anthropologie Introduces Inclusive Sizing

It’s finally happening: more brands are moving to inclusive sizing.  Because why should women who wear sizes bigger than 14 be denied the fashions the rest of us buy?  The latest store to offer a plus-size range is Anthropologie.

The plus-size range isn’t huge.  But I thought this Bellamy shirtdress was a nice weekend, casual Friday piece.  I also liked this simple black printed dress and this gorgeous floral wrap skirt.  The pieces are also available in standard sizes, and some in petite.  Don’t miss out!

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  1. ChicaJay says:

    This is an awesome move and happy to see it taking hold against many retailers. Unfortunately, petite sizes are becoming fewer and fewer. Hope I am joined by my fellow inclusive sizing enthusiasts in reminding retailers and influencers about the importance of petite inclusion, too.

    March 21, 2019/Reply
  2. POMPOM says:

    If you follow Anna from Glitter and Lasers on Insta, she (I think?) is doing a whole lookbook of the plus line on her feed/blog.

    Tangentially, Anna was moved forward in the Sephora influencer thing, if you end up liking her vibe!

    March 21, 2019/Reply
  3. Anna says:

    If you don’t already, I definitely recommend listening to the podcast “Dressed.” It’s all about the history of fashion. I’m not a fashionista by any means and find it fascinating. The latest episode is about the history of “stout wear.” Did you know Lane Bryant is over 100 years old?!?! They also post really cool historical photos on their insta!

    March 21, 2019/Reply