Are you looking for more contemporary brands to step into the plus size fashion space… fully? Committed to fashion for all? Well, today we have some more fun news to share! L.A. based contemporary brand, Sanctuary Clothing has made a stance for inclusion with their latest spring collection. Woot!
Starting this month and moving forward, every collection of Sanctuary’s easy and feminine pieces will be offered in the wider variety of sizes. And with creative director, Debra Polanco, at the helm of these changes, Sanctuary Clothing is making waves with offering sizes from XS to 24W! Gone are the days for Sanctuary Clothing cherry picking which pieces will be made in plus, if at all…
“Our clothes are ageless; it’s always about attitude and style.” Ken Polanco- CEO Sanctuary Clothing
Sanctuary Clothing’s Inclusive sizing is a great way for every brand to approach its fashion, at least we think so… Ken and Debra Polanco believe their products should be an extension of their brand and making a look that “both mother and daughter can shop under” is their new goal.
“A lot of retailers had wanted separate collections designed for different sizes, but we always felt it should be an extension of the products under the Sanctuary brand,” Debra Polanco shares.
Now, you can find their cool camo print dresses and comfy hemmed skinny jeans in one click on their website. Being a clothing company that prides themselves as the perfect provider of apparel for women on the move this could be a great way to incorporate all sizes.
With a new contemporary brand coming for the plus size shopper, this is a great change of pace… ranging from $99 to $500 prices all under one umbrella.
You can shop the collection and find more at sanctuaryclothing.com
We do appreciate that designers are opening up their brand to include plus sizes and how each brand does it, is a little different. But with Sanctuary, we can appreciate the inclusion and the integration of plus size models throughout this range!
It is interesting that only on the Inclusive collection, will you see plus sizes offered and represented throughout. While the collection is a step forward, we would like to see a full integration of plus sizes next to the straight size offering… right?
While we have expressed our frustration with the whole “plus size” label conversation, as brands do give us the fashion we have been asking for, is there another term you’d like to see use when merging sizes?
How much longer do you think getting designers and brands to buy into an “all inclusive” way of thinking, will change in the future?
Let’s talk about it! Sound off in the comments below!