If you have been wanting to get your curves in high end designer plus size fashion, now is your chance. How about an 11 Honoré sale? Oh yes, 11 Honoré has recently dropped a sale and pieces are moving fast!
If you do not know, the luxe and contemporary retailer has been quite the busy brand! Through plus size collaborations and exclusive collections, 11 Honoré has provided a platform for high end plus size fashion to flourish.
So, when we heard about the 11 Honoré sale, we knew we had to share this fun news with you. As with most higher end brands, these sales do NOT come often.
As we are on the edge of the spring season, this is the best time to snag the best deals from the season before! Essentials, transition pieces, and standout looks that you have been watching all season?
BUY. THEM. NOW
In true TCF fashion, we are here to share our favorite sale finds, that you have to check out!
The 11 Honoré Finds to Shop
Want to Get Your Hands on Plus Size Designer Options? The 11 Honoré Sale to Shop this Weekend
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Adam Lipps’ signature pants are beloved for their flowy cut and fitted high waist. This version is made from a glossy bronze and black jaguar print — perfect for a summer night out or an an fresco brunch the next day. The flat front works to flatteringly contour to the hips and abdomen while the wide leg is as comfy as it gets. Fits true to size.
Tailored from fluid tangerine crepe with a jagged print motif, these pants are cut to sit high on the waist, flattering the midsection and hips. Their wide-leg silhouette pools at the hem for a languid, drapey effect. Style yours with a fitted tee and white sneakers.
Adam Lippes commissioned the famous Manhattan florist Putnam & Putnam to create the vivid, romantic print on these cotton pants. Double front pleats give the cropped wide legs structure while the optional belt can be worn fitted at the waist for a cinched, paper bag silhouette.
Dappled with fluttery 3D flower appliqués, this powder blue Marchesa Notte gown is pure poetry in motion. The comely off-the-shoulder neckline gives way to bishop sleeves and a fitted silhouette, supported with boning at the waist. A swishy mermaid hem makes for the perfect romantic ending.
This Brandon Maxwell gown is cut from black velvet fringed with metallic fil coupé threads in an eye-catching grid pattern. The faux wrap silhouette has a décolletage-framing V neckline and falls beautifully over the figure, narrowing at the torso with an elastic waistline and tie belt to accentuate curves.
Zac Posen’s diffusion line, ZAC, channels the designer’s genius for tailoring. A rhapsody in burgundy, the “Vaille” gown features Posen’s signature seaming along the fitted bodice, a figure-flattering technique that’s made him a red carpet favorite.
It’s the sweetheart neckline that gives this best-selling jumpsuit an extra dose of pretty. Of course, the vivid crimson hue helps too. Brandon Maxwell’s expert tailoring is at work in the silhouette, which narrows with a banded waistline and flares into a flattering wide leg.
Cut from a soft cotton twill, these Derek Lam trousers offer a comfortably stylish alternative to jeans. They sit high on the waist for a flattering fit, with a structured bootcut leg that hits right below the ankle. Contrast navy stitching underscores Lam’s expert tailoring and adds an extra bit of polish to the look.
With a background in architecture, Chromat designer Becca McCharen is known for her structural aesthetic and geometric cutouts, both of which are at work on the striking “X Bustier” one-piece. Rendered in a poppy juxtaposition of crimson and hot pink, the suit offers not one, but two detachable strap options: a statement-making shoulder harness and a more subdued halter string.
Prabal Gurung’s black tuxedo blazer mini-dress features the designer’s signature split bell sleeves that he does every season. This time, they’re lined with the glossiest of satins — matching the notched labels and front buttons. The silhouette is more streamlined than fitted, adding to the look’s tomboy glamour.
Cozy up to this luxurious cotton canvas parka, lined throughout with ethically-sourced Mongolian lamb fur. The best winter coats combine comfort and utility, and this piece does just that with its downy soft inside and sturdy, military-inspired, camouflage shell.
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