Our low priced leaders have fashionably stepped up their game for the discerning plus size fashionista! With some splashes and some underthe radar finds, I wanted to share with you some steals and scores both leading low price leaders bring to us, especially when are pockets are stretched but our appetite for fashion leaves us Hungry!
Target (pronounced tar-jay)
Target has become infamous in the designer frocks- for- less arena. While we have yet to see their Go International extend beyond a size 15 (I am patiently waiting for the day) lines such as Pure Energy and Merona bring the perfect compliments for your high-low fashion mixing!
- Are you familiar with Pure Energy? Think a little flower child, a sophisticated does of boho, and florals galore! Newly launched addition to Target, Pure Energy is fashions fits specifically for the Curvy.Confident.Chic. plus size fashionista!
- Merona is Targetâ€™s private label, and with the exit of Issac Mizrahi, Merona has amped the fashion factor to include fierce frocks for us full figured!
For a while, Walmart was a destination for household goods, electronics, and groceries, but now, Walmart has stepped into a new fashion frontier! With the addition of famed designer Norma Kamaliâ€™s line exclusively for Walmart and the newest addition, Just My Size, Walmart dares to fashion the latest in plus size fashion and is giving Target a teensy run for your money!
- The infamous Norma Kamali. No stranger to the fashion scene, the one who gave us the sleeping bag coat many years ago, partnered with Everlast, now dazzles at Walmart with a few fierce finds (check out Chasityâ€™s review of Kamaliâ€™s dress!) for the curvy fashionistas up to a XXL!
- Just My Size splashed into the world of ready to wear for the Fall with its exclusive deal with Walmart! Great pieces of casual sophistication, Just My Size delivers great foundations of fashion- no matter your budget!
Mixing a few scores from these fashionable low priced leaders with your designer investment pieces are sure to amp your wow factor!
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