First Look: Cut for Evans Plus Size Collection Look Book

It has been a minute since we have seen something make such an amazing wave of excitement from EVANS! Yesterday, Evans debuted their collection online and at a blogger event in London to rightful excitement. Cut for Evans is the latest venture “unveiling the future of plus size design.”

This capsule collection features two students’ collection and design from Bournemouth and Kingston Universities. Both universities are known for their strong print and knitwear design divisions and two students, Alice Farrow and Rebecca Partington entered the competition to see their designs launched online and at Evans’ flagship store.

And it is HOT. From EVANS, this is a refreshing take on plus size fashion! The excitement reminds me of the excitement around the Beth Ditto collection!


First Look: Cut for Evans Plus Size Collection Look Book

Well, The collection showcases Alice Farrow’s contemporary and bold prints and Rebecca Partington’s fun and unique knitwear pieces. NOT for the shy, at all. While there are pieces you can temper with white or black, for those who are not afraid of being daring and bold can rock these patterns head to toe!

Here are the individual images for you to be wowed by!

There are 11 pieces that make up the collection between the two designers! Available up to a size 28, the entire Cut for Evans Collection is available to shop NOW!

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I want the jumpsuit and the midi skirt and matching top! STAT. As a matter of fact, let me go and buy this now…

What do you think about the collection? Amazing? Too much? Not enough? Let me know… Share then let’s talk about it!

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  1. MD – did you end up buying anything from this collection? I’ve been eyeballing it for a while, then went on the Evans website where all the pieces are now 50% off….do you think people were put off by the vibrant prints? I happen to love it but realize it’s not for everyone. Just wanted to get your take….love your blog!

      1. Yeah – I’m thinking about the abstract print tapered pants…I’m going to London in the spring and think they would be great for that….

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