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Five Retailers to Shop for the Inbetweenie Plus Size (10-16)

Five Retailers to Shop for the Inbetweenie Plus Size (10-16)

Edith Dohmen Plus size Debut Collection

The Inbetweenie Plus Size. You know, sized out of straight sizes and sometimes (most) too small for straight sizes… an interesting predicament that I am quite familiar with, spending most of my life here and then in plus. But shopping and community can be quite difficult, but no worries! I am here to assist and to help you out! You are most welcome and I have heard your comments on the blog and on my Facebook page!

Five Retailers to Shop for the Inbetweenie Plus Size on The Curvy Fashionista

(Dress from Simply Be USA)

Related: Inbetweenie Plus Size Designer- Edith Domen

So what we are doing today is giving you a few places that you can shop your heart out at- with varying price points, styles, and options. I know you are probably asking me, whyyyyyy are you sharing or catering or helping- now before you go getting all frustrated, finding clothes and a sense of belonging is a place we all know too well. And quite a few plus size retailers and designers are noticing this too- and hey, if we can be more inclusive, WHY NOT? Especially, as the straight size stores stop or limit a size 10 and/12 in their inventory…

Come on over boo! The water is warm over here!

Five Retailers to Shop for the Inbetweenie Plus Size (10-16)

Edith Dohmen Plus size Debut Collection

(image from Edith Domen)

Dorothy Perkins

This UK brand gives really great fashionable finds that are tailored, sophisticated, with a little bit of edge! Up to a UK 20 (US 16/18), there are great price points and fashion to match! Here are a few favorites!

Simply Be

This is probably one of my favorite retailers, as they have so much for every personality style of plus size woman! Starting at an US size 8, Simply Be caters to such an amazing range of sizes and fashion! With collaborations with Anna Scholz and varied designers exclusive to the brand, you are sure to find something you love here!

Related: Plus size designer Anna Scholz Spring 2014 (starts in a size 10)

Madison Plus Select

Online plus size boutique, Madison Plus Select is an online boutique with select pieces starting at a size 8 up to a size 24! Featuring inbetweenie designers such as Edith Domen and Robyn Lawley, there are a few pieces here that you can find in your size!

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Boohoo Plus

New to the plus size arena, this junior plus brand splashed into the US and has been giving ASOS a run for their money. Starting at a size 12, BooHoo offers plus size fashion forward pieces that cater to us in a variety of ways! This newer fast fashion brand is heating things up in fashion! Keep your eyes peeled!

ASOS CURVE Spring 2014 Collection on the Curvy Fashionista

(Image from ASOS Curve)


One of my favorite plus size fashion haunts, at ASOS even some of the Curve range pieces are cut fuller, where the plus size woman can find herself sizing down in a few pieces and silhouettes! I am there more than a few times a week! LOL.

These are only five, but make sure you check out the other retailers I share as there are quite a few designers who cater SPECIFICALLY to the inbetweenie plus size woman! I am so serious! I will have a post coming soon on this!

Where do you shop, those of you on the smaller side of plus? Which designers are your go to, to help your closet and curves stay fab?

View Comments (8)
  • Thank you SO much for compiling this. And, because of you, I discovered the yummy goodness of, which has swimsuits that go down to a size 8. So, thank you, thank you, thank you!

  • My issue is that I am a 20 on bottom and 16 (if that) on top. I really wish that plus size designers would realize that not all of us have size EEE breasts

  • I just found some great pants at New York & Company (goes up to size 16), Gap (goes to size 18) and Old Navy.

  • Maurices. Sizes 0-26. They cater to all women, all styles. There’s dressy, casual, shoes and accessories in varying price points.

  • Thanks for this blog post Marie! Being an “in-betweenie” myself and always having difficulty finding great quality pieces that fit well, I launched my own line late December specifically for in-between sizes (you may or may not remember?)… thought there might be some relevance here, although I am an independent designer and not affiliated with any major retailers. PS. Keep up the awesome work, love your blog!

  • Just wanted to send a quick thank you for your help with the above links. I have been looking for a dress for my daughter’s wedding and you helped me find it with one of the sites. Another site to add to what you have is Have a beautiful day!

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