New York Fashion Week is a magical yet chaotic cultural phenomenon where the fashion industry comes together while creating impactful moments in time. Dreams can genuinely come true overnight with a well-executed, attention-grabbing visual presentation that takes teamwork to build. With that being said, Curve and Plus Size models alike were showcased at this year’s
You know that feeling when you spot the perfect jacket for fall or that dress you’ve been coveting, but it is just not in your budget at the moment?
How about being a soon-to-be mom and suddenly needing to buy a new wardrobe every month to accommodate your upcoming bundle of joy?? This is where clothing rental and plus size subscription services like Nuuly come in.
Even cooler, plus size model and fashion queen, Maxey Greene is partnering with Nuuly and curated 100 of her favorite fall pieces!
It’s wonderful to see a pregnant and plus size woman featured prominently in a campaign like this! Maxey Greene is rocking her bump and glowing while doing it!
Unfamiliar With Nuuly and how clothing rental works?
With Nuuly, you can pick 6 items from over 150 different brands every month for $88. You keep the items for the month, return them all, or keep any items you fell in love with! It’s a great option for people that love to rotate the wardrobe for the season.
Listen… what they are serving, gives us options across our lifestyle needs. Nuuly offers everything from “premium denim and everyday dresses to seasonal outerwear and coveted vintage pieces, including substantial selections of petite and plus-size apparel with options in sizes 00-26 as well as maternity options.”
Nuuly’s options allows us to find the perfect options for whatever occasions we have that month, wearing the items as often as we’d like and providing us with a tremendous amount of flexibility and in our wardrobe.
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I’m so happy to share with you guys that I’ve partnered with @nuuly! The moment I found out I was pregnant I started hunting for my best clothing options for when I eventually needed maternity clothes. We’ve talked about this before, but to be totally honest- our plus options aren’t great. But as I thought about it more– I realized I didn’t really want to buy a whole new maternity wardrobe for the couple months that I needed it. That’s when I thought about @nuuly. I’ve been renting from them since they launched over a year ago and I’ve always loved them. But now I REALLY love them. I love the ease of sizing up in clothing while my body is changing so quickly. I also love that they have a maternity feature that filters all the pieces that will work perfectly for your growing body. PLUS, my guest edit launched today too. I shared 100 of my fav pieces on their sight! (All plus, most bump friendly ✨ link in bio). Reminder they aren’t just maternity- they’re for everybody. Sizes 00-40 plus, petite, and maternity. And they carry vintage selections! . . I unboxed my latest @nuuly selections on my story this morning and I instantly fell in love with everything I chose. So much so- that I threw this linen trench on for our day out (we’re going grocery shopping ?). Check out my story to see other pieces I rented this month for just $88. If you’re interested in trying out @nuuly- now’s the time! Use code MAXEY20 for $20 off your first month. ✨ #ad
But let us get back to Maxey Greene’s edit and a little bit of style inspiration!
Maxey Greene’s Guest edit for subscription rental service, Nuuly!
This lightweight poplin swing blouse paired with this edgy snake print jacket and jeans is just effortlessly chic!
Shop the jacket: Sharona Snake Printed Jacket.
This Mauve by Anthropologie maxi shirt dress is in such a fun print, and it’s available on Nuuly up to a size 26w!
Shop the dress: Janae Maxi Shirtdress
How sexy is this soon to be momma?!?!
This is the perfect day to night look. The vibrant violet hue of this Anthropologie Bias Slip Dress is perfect for a date night! Just slip on some heels!
Shop Maxey’s Plus Size Fashion edit at Nuuly.com!
We love the versatility of all the pieces and the focus on mixing light and heavier fabrics and layers!
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