The beautiful actress, author, and entrepreneur Gabrielle Union has done another collaboration with FTF. The first one happened Winter of 2020. The collection was full of holiday looks with velvet, satins, and bold, beautiful fashion.
Union’s first collection with New York & Company was in Fall 2017, which went up to size 20. Her vision was to create clothes for the modern woman who desired affordable prices that were “cool, fly, and dope.” Union has since continued to empower women through fashion with her new collaboration with Fashion to Figure.
This continuing union makes so much sense since NY & Co and FTF are sister brands. Once this happened, FTF has made some major changes with their brand. As an avid shopper, one of the noticeable differences is the heavy-hitting collaborations and the new trendy luxury line.
“Fit is a huge Priority to me, as is varitety. I wanted to create a spring collection that could be worn by many different kind of people, that could fit a spectrum of occassions, and that made you feel ilke the ultimate boss. And at the core of this, I wanted to ensure that these clothes fit plus -size women the way they’re intended to, because we’re designing with their figures in mind.”-Gabrielle Union
The Gabrielle Union x FTF Spring collection consists of 14 pieces with a price range of $69.95-149.95. Similar to all FTF clothes, the sizing is 12-28. The collection provides a beautiful assortment of floral prints, pastel hues, and even a neon maxi dress.
What stands out is the fit of each piece with the beautiful execution of style and elegance. The collection has sexiness with cut-outs and is classy with a ruffle floral sleeve dress. The Ladan print button-up shirt and pants set is something every plus size women need in their wardrobe.
This collection gives me runway vibes. The unity of the palette, prints, silhouette, and complete feel is simply perfect. It feels like a fantastic spring day with just the right amount of sun and breeze.
Our Faves From The Gabrielle Union x Fashion To Figure Collection
Nothing makes my fashion heart happier than fantastic options in plus sizes. This new collection embodies sexy, classy, chic, and fitted pieces to enhance your wardrobe. I also enjoyed the collection has an aspect that, as plus size women, we are told to shy away from – bold colors, fitted dresses, cut-outs, and busy prints.
Let’s chat: Do you love the new collaboration? Is there anything that your spring wardrobe must-have? Are you copping or passing?