10 Plus Size Brands to Know

With fall finally here, I’ve been looking all around to see what is new in plus sizes.  And I have to say, some of it is really exciting!

I just love when a brand, new or old, steps up and brings it!

Below is a list of brands that I think are really bringing their A-game right now.  These brands give me hope about the direction of plus size fashion.

So, if you don’t know about them or haven’t taken a look in a while, now is the time.  Because, gurrrl, this ish is hot!

Also, check out some labels that have recently launched plus size lines here!

And if your style is preppy, here is a list of brands that you need to know. 

10 Plus Size Brands to Know

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1.State’s curvy line goes to 3X or 24. There are limited plus size garments available on their website, but other retailers such as Nordstrom and Macy’s carry a larger selection. 

You can shop 1.State at Nordstrom and Macy’s.

Addition Elle

Addition Elle is a Canadian brand carried by Penningtons. They are quite size-inclusive, going up to size 5X or 32.

Go to the website for the complete collection.

Anna Scholz

I have been a fan of Anna Scholz for awhile now.  I have one of her tunics and every time I wear it, I get compliments.

As always, she is bringing us hot pieces and quality clothing that can easily go from the office to happy hour.  Some are pricey but there are some more affordable pieces mixed into the collection.

You can shop Anna Scholz on her website.

City Chic

I know that I feature City Chic a lot, but I just think they have a wonderful collection of fashion-forward clothes for plus sizes.

And that is rare!  I also appreciate that many of their pieces have some sex appeal.  They have clothes that you can wear to work or rock at a concert and adorable dresses perfect for daytime or formal occasions.  They even have sexy lingerie!

You can shop City Chic at ASOS, Avenue, Bloomingdale’sCoEdition, and Nordstrom, in addition to their website.


Eloquii brings it every. damn. time.  They have designs considered “daring for plus sizes,” that I see no other brands carrying.  Bold prints, bright colors, modern silhouettes!  Bravo!

Most of the collection goes to a size 24, with many pieces in sizes 26 and 28.  They also have “viola” cuts meant for pear-shaped women with hips 1 – 2 sizes larger than their bust.

You can shop Eloquii on their website.

Good American

Good American is a Khloe Kardashian’s brand which features mainly denim, but also sweats and bodysuits.  ALL styles are available in sized 0 to 24.  Can I get an amen?  You can read the review of Good American in a variety of sizes here.

You can shop Good American on their website or at Nordstrom.

The Reformation

Reformation is an environmentally conscious brand that sources sustainable fabrics, such as TENCEL™. 

Celebrities including Meghan Markle, Jennifer Lawrence, Rihanna and Taylor Swift have been seen wearing Reformation pieces out and about.

Clothing sizes on select items go to a 22 or 3X. 

You can shop Reformation on their website.

Universal Standard

Universal Standard is a modern and fashion-forward collection in sizes 00 – 40. 

They have a core collection called Universal Fit Liberty, which allows you to return a piece that no longer fits due to a size fluctuation and replace it with your new size within a year. 

That is brilliant!  Considering I have a collection of clothes in 5 sizes (no joke) due to weight fluctuations, that is a really great idea.

You can shop Universal Standard on their website.

Violeta by Mango

I really love the modern style of Violeta by Mango. Recently they have begun to carry select pieces up to a size 4XL.

You can shop Violeta by Mango on the Mango website.

For more shopping suggestions, check out my Plus Size Shopping Directory.

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21 thoughts on “10 Plus Size Brands to Know

  1. LOVE winter clothes in hot pink and bright yellow ……just makes you feel a little warmer. Thank you for the heads up on exciting new places to buy plus sizes.

  2. Hi Alexa! Another great site to check out is eShakti.com. They do semi-custom clothes for up to size 36W, and the prices and selection are great! Definitely worth a look. I’ve gotten many dresses from them and have really liked it–I haven’t tried their custom measurements sizing yet, but I’ve had good luck with their sizing–and they often give you options to change certain things like neckline, hem length or sleeves for a small fee!

  3. Love these sites! I am researching various brands that I might like to carry in my new boutique and this is very helpful! especially the plus size categories. It’s difficult to find unique and cute fashions in the plus size category!

  4. I just discovered your blog today and I’m so happy I could literally cry. For so long I’ve wanted to change the way I dress (I know I look sloppy) but I didn’t know where to start. Your blog gives me the courage to try again. I love everything I’ve seen so far! This is such a huge help that I can’t thank you enough.

  5. I live for City Chic. Full beauty sells this brand on their website along with Violets by Mango. Thank you for the suggestions. I’m going to check out the other brands too.

  6. Hi Alexa , I do love all your ideas, but do you have any ideas for overweight short people, my weight is 148 and also have my Lowe belly problem, how I can dress!
    Thank you much

    1. Hi Eliana,
      Do you know what your shape is? Are you an Apple? Pear? Hourglass? That is really helpful. Also, how short are you? Are you considered petite? That brings about more issues. I’d love to help, but need more info.

    1. Hi Fraun,
      It was from Mango. But, it sold out several years ago. I’m sorry. I looked to see if I could find something similar for you. But, since it’s nearing the end of winter I couldn’t find anything.

  7. I just found out that at Talbots, which carries plus sizes, has recently made all sizes the same price! So no more price gauging us plus size women!

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