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Plus Size and Proud

Jul 9, 2013

by Linzee McCray handmade and vintage goods

Pick up any fashion magazine and you’ll find advice on “flattering” styles. Big derriere? Avoid back pockets. Not wasp-waisted? Stay away from horizontal stripes. Arms less than sculpted? Long sleeves are your friend.

A growing number of women are refusing to anguish over not being a size 2, and they’ve abandoned these commandments of “flattering” fashion. In fact, a new generation of body-positive fashionistas have taken to blogs and social media to pose in their favorite outfits, promote acceptance of body diversity, and show that people of any size can wear trendy threads; on Tumblr, these blogs are commonly known as “fatshion.” Gabi Gregg sums it up on her blog GabiFresh: “Women can look great regardless of their weight, and they deserve to feel great too. I am all for people striving to be happy, healthy, and comfortable in their skin.”


Gabrielle Gregg

The blogger and fashion personality GabiFresh.

These body-positive blogs encourage sartorial self-expression and are populated with photos of confident, curvy women in neon colors, cropped bustiers, and stripes both vertical and horizontal. Though the average woman in the US wears a size 14, finding fashion-forward pieces in sizes 10 and up can be a challenge. Gabi says that shopping online provides her with the greatest selection of plus-sized clothing, and she especially appreciates Etsy’s offerings. “I love that you can find one-of-a-kind items, or get pieces custom made; that’s such a big deal when you’re sized out of stores.”

An Etsy shop owner who’s helped Gabi on her fashion quest is Diane-Marie Brache Smith of Miss Brache. She’s made about 3,000 dresses in the past five years, but started thinking about plus-sized clothing years before, when shopping with a “curvy bestie” for lingerie. “She was going on her first weekend getaway with a boyfriend and couldn’t find a single bra that fit and was majorly bummed,” remembers Diane. “It left me wondering why on earth couldn’t she find something that wasn’t matronly to wear. I told myself I would never let that happen if I got to design clothes someday.”

Diane emphasizes that no matter one’s weight, garment fit is key and accurate body measurements are far more important than the size you think you should wear. “Many women hate the numbers they get when they take their measurements,” says Diane. “But stuffing yourself into a size that is smaller just so you can say it’s a size-whatever is dumb and not comfortable — everything starts pinching, and riding and bunching up. Forget sizes and shop by fit!”

Designing for curvy women isn’t all that different from creating clothing for “straight-sized” customers. “You might need to provide more support in the bust area or a slightly longer hem,” says Tennille McMillan of naKiMuli. “But I really don’t alter my designs too much. I design for the girl who is not afraid to march to the beat of her own drum, and that crosses all shapes and sizes.” Emily and Amanda, who include plus-sized clothing in their shop Ureshi, add, “We think in terms of silhouette and proportion. Some part of an outfit should be snug to the body, otherwise the eye has nowhere to land.”

Etsy shop owners say their curvy customers are definitely not shrinking violets. “We find that our plus-sized girls are more adventurous, style-wise, than customers who buy our medium and small sizes,” say Emily and Amanda. Tenille echoes that sentiment: “My customers are bold, creative, and unique. They love colors, prints, and interesting silhouettes and are not afraid to be noticed.” She appreciates that her customers provide feedback, helping her perfect her plus-sized offerings.

This exchange with designers is something customer Gabi Gregg enjoys as well. “I love Etsy because people are so willing to do custom sizing, which is amazing. I always encourage people to message an Etsy shop owner if they don’t offer your size and ask to see if they’re willing to make you a custom piece. In my experience, people are happy to.”

Communicating about fit and style is especially important when it comes to clothing for special occasions — proms, graduations, and weddings. Sharon Seleb, a former bridal consultant in Chicago, got tired of telling brides-to-be, “You’re going to have to hold this gown up and use your imagination, because we don’t have it in your size” and started Real Size Bride. “More and more women are proud of their curves, and we’re trying to change the thinking that all plus-size bridal gowns need to be A-line, empire waist, and look like a curtain. We offer shorter styles, plunging sweetheart necklines and mermaid cuts to flaunt curves, not hide them.”

Designers making clothes for curvy women see themselves on something of a mission. “Victoria’s Secret models are gorgeous, but it’s unrealistic to think everyone can look like that,” Sharon says. “We are doing our part to expand the fashion industry’s archaic view of what is beautiful.”

And changing those views means challenging fashion’s rules about what’s “flattering.” Says Diane of Miss Brache, “Wear what makes you happy and what you are comfortable in. You shine when you’re wearing a print, color, or design you adore.”

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2 Featured Comments

  • WetDesert

    MJ Toops from WetDesertVintage said 7 years ago Featured

    Awesome article! Our shop, WetDesert, showcases small size like 0-2 and plus-sizes. This happened simply because my best friend and I run the shop together and those are the sizes that we wear. I love this approach because it gets rid of the dreaded "you can't shop here" feeling. People are all shapes and sizes so stores should cater to that truth.

  • bonnieAK

    bonnieAK said 7 years ago Featured

    Nicely done! Just because I'm a large woman doesn't mean that I have to give up colors and wear black all the time. I take pride in dressing well. And I agree that we spend more -- once we find something that fits and looks good we are gonna buy it in several colors!


  • RetroRevivalBoutique

    RetroRevivalBoutique from RetroRevivalBoutique said 7 years ago

    *Slow clap* Bravo! I love everything about this article, from the models to the designs shown. No matter what size you wear, you've gotta fight for your right to look fabulous! :)

  • greengrass2

    Liz from greengrass2 said 7 years ago

    What fabulous curves & beautiful bodies!!! A fabulous article

  • inspiringanchors

    Megan Braswell from inspiringanchors said 7 years ago


  • TandRHandweaving

    Martha from ThistleRoseWeaving said 7 years ago

    Rock Those Curves Ladies! Awesome Article no matter what your size or your age.

  • inspiringanchors

    Megan Braswell from inspiringanchors said 7 years ago

    I think custom sizing would be much more flattering on all women! It is a shame sizing is so narrow in stores. We are all very different.

  • tigersanddragons

    tigersanddragons from TigersandDragons said 7 years ago

    Great Article, shopping for plus sizes is always challenging! I hope more Etsy designers will consider making larger sizes, and shooting photos using curvy models. Many times I've seen a dress or top that isn't available in my size, no larger than medium or large.

  • WetDesert

    MJ Toops from WetDesertVintage said 7 years ago Featured

    Awesome article! Our shop, WetDesert, showcases small size like 0-2 and plus-sizes. This happened simply because my best friend and I run the shop together and those are the sizes that we wear. I love this approach because it gets rid of the dreaded "you can't shop here" feeling. People are all shapes and sizes so stores should cater to that truth.

  • finethreadz

    SharonH from FineThreadz said 7 years ago

    Great article!!!

  • mattyhandmadecrafts

    Matejka Max from NattyMatty said 7 years ago


  • haruaki

    Tiffany Key from resinjewelryHARUAKI said 7 years ago

    Oh my, yes! I am always happy to see beauty redefined and embraced on Etsy. We don't fit into S, M, and L so why would our bodies?

  • takeapicturedesigns

    Lynne from RiverSpring said 7 years ago

    Wow!! Majorly stylish clothing; I love it! Congratulations on your article and beautiful shop. from Lynne at River Spring Cards

  • onepennysparrow

    onepennysparrow from onepennysparrow said 7 years ago

    Such a refreshing piece! Thank you so much!

  • WillowandQuinn

    Kate from WillowandQuinn said 7 years ago

    Kudos!! Love the article. Embrace who you are!!

  • lunaqamar

    lunaqamar from lunaqamar said 7 years ago

    Thanks for writing this! I had never heard of any of these bloggers/sellers, and they are all really great.

  • ebkriley

    EBK Riley from DeeAndFee said 7 years ago

    This is a great article to see on Etsy because it doesn't relegate anyone to "shape prison" by declaring who should wear what. I love the advice to ignore the numbers and pay attention to fit. Thanks again for such refreshing and helpful words.

  • FluffyFlowers

    FluffyFlowers from FluffyFlowers said 7 years ago

    Thank You! I've been asking folks in the forums for years to start producing handmade plus size clothing. :)

  • Concertino

    Carol from Concertino said 7 years ago

    Bravo! This is exactly why l open this small shop on Etsy to custom made clothes for plus size ladies! You just say my voice!

  • jessgreenleaf

    Jess Greenleaf from GREENLEAFblueberry said 7 years ago

    I really liked seeing this article- fabulous photos!

  • H88255

    H88255 from HillarysSuperfoods said 7 years ago

    Wonderful article for women of all shapes, sizes, and ages!

  • awwyeahshop

    Maki from AwwYeahShop said 7 years ago

    Great piece! Fabulous clothes!

  • valeriephoto

    Valerie from valeriestitchery said 7 years ago

    There are also many great vintage shops on Etsy that have figure-flattering and fashionable clothes from other eras. I'm small but curvy, and I find that a lot of vintage clothes look better on me than modern ones.

  • DarburyCottage

    Rosemary Wascher from DarburyCottage said 7 years ago

    This is such a great article. It is soooo time for all women to look and feel good in there clothes..Bravo.. And the model's, they look fantastic.

  • thefinishingtouchllc

    thefinishingtouchllc from thefinishingtouchllc said 7 years ago

    I'm so inspired by this article! I'm ready to go design some more jewelry pieces that will compliment the bold fashions.

  • auntjanecan

    Jane Priser from JanePriserArts said 7 years ago

    Gabi is so beautiful! Wonderful fashion.

  • ourfrontyard

    Julie Schnebelen from OurFrontYard said 7 years ago

    Gorgeous Gals! Beautiful Clothes! I Love the Swimsuit with the flowing top.

  • mermeydele

    mermeydele said 7 years ago

    Great article! I would love to see more clothes in larger plus-sizes on Etsy - above size 20, 22, and 24 in multiple genders - there are plenty of fabulous fat people out here who are bigger than he typical plus-sizes and are looking for great clothes that make them feel awesome!

  • agebo

    Ann Cosgrove from acbcDesign said 7 years ago

    Great article, beautiful clothes and fabulous models! Glad to see body positive articles - no matter what your size! No matter what your size, the key to looking good is wearing clothes that fit. Easy to forget if you are not a size 2 :)

  • cayennepeppy

    Amy Hernandez from cayennepeppy said 7 years ago

    Amazing article!! Great encouragement to NOT hide from fun and trendy clothes cause you've got curves!!

  • GrowingOldTogether

    GrowingOldTogether from GrowingOldTogether said 7 years ago

    Awesome! Fabulous looking girls modeling beautiful clothes. Well dressed, well done.

  • Macramaking

    Ellen from Macramaking said 7 years ago

    Fantastic article! Curvy & proud here too :)

  • KMalinka

    Natalia from KMalinkaVintage said 7 years ago

    Аwesome dresses!

  • patspottery

    Pat Parker from PatsPottery said 7 years ago

    Now I wish the add people wold get the message. I am sick of looking at anorexic girls in all the clothing adds. It is not healthy and give the wrong message to the young.

  • BambuEarth

    Amber from BambuEarth said 7 years ago

    Wow, I really love that bathing suit, and really, all of those styles. ♥

  • Oquilty

    Betsy Lewis from Oquilty said 7 years ago


  • Sparkleandswirl

    Hillary from Sparkleandswirl said 7 years ago

    Wonderful and beautiful dresses! Time to go shopping!

  • teatimeandroses

    Beverly J from teatimeandroses said 7 years ago

    Absolutely Beautiful!!

  • theindiehandmade

    Ombretta from IndieLab said 7 years ago

    gorgeous! beauty can be in every size :)

  • indielabhome

    Carla from MammaItaliana said 7 years ago

    fantastic! beautiful pics!

  • fantasygarden

    Anna Kikute from fantasygarden said 7 years ago

    This is wonderful that you have something for bigger ladies. And it is so feminine .

  • abstractang

    Angel Garten from AbstractAng said 7 years ago

    Wonderful, beautiful! So great to see some super fashionable pieces that I can imagine myself in! Keep it up, ladies!

  • thisislullaby

    Vicky Brown from ThisisLullaby said 7 years ago

    Those models look so gorgeous. Stunning all round, well done!

  • ThreeBarDGifts

    Monica from ThreeBarDGifts said 7 years ago

    Great article! Shopping for clothes should be exciting for everyone!

  • debvasbinder

    Deb Vasbinder from BabyCuteBaby said 7 years ago

    Most important is to Be Comfy ! Sizes are like your age -just a number. Thanks for the lovely article.

  • TreadleLady

    Donna Kohler from TreadleLady said 7 years ago

    Great article! Curves are so sexy, glad to see them showing in all the photos.

  • threadlady58

    Robin McSwain from TangledThreadShoppe said 7 years ago

    Hallelujah! Finally clothes that don't look like 'old lady' clothes just because we are larger and possibly petite. I hate buying clothes because they all have elastic waist and button up shirts.

  • kadydesigns

    Denise Vining from kadydesigns said 7 years ago

    I'm so glad to see this!! I'm a size 14 and I don't think I'm a big person at all. Not everyone is a 0 -2 and really I like my curves!!! So thank you for showing that everyone should feel comfortable in their on skin!!!

  • PinesVintageClothing

    Pine from GoodOldVintageOnline said 7 years ago

    Great post! I have found in my retail store that far too much emphasis is placed on tag size. Tag sizes vary from store to store and most definitely from decade to decade. It's all about the fit and looking and feeling good. I have two skirts I plan on hanging on the wall at my store. One is size 0, one is size 8 and they are exactly the same measurements! Any size is a good size to be. The number is an illusion. These women look amazing no matter the tag size. Confidence is always the best accessory!

  • shardsofelegance

    Lindsay Gehring from shardsofelegance said 7 years ago

    Yay! I often find that the other sellers here on Etsy don't make clothes big enough for me, but I'm not shy about asking them if they'll do a custom item. (I'm not curvy though --- just big).

  • cagedpeople

    Dani K from DisownedClothingCo said 7 years ago

    As much as I think it is a beautiful thing to love our bodies just as we are and just as nature intended, I also think that there is a fine line to walk between celebrating natural human bodies and beauty, and glorifying a culture of unhealthy lifestyles and obesity. I believe that as long as you live a healthy life, and your body is the best that it can be from the inside out, because you take care of it, size doesn't matter. But let's not run around saying "hey, I'm beautiful even though I live on cheeseburgers and soda!" Because even if you are tiny, that kind of lifestyle is not taking care of yourself, and that's not beautiful.

  • mlezcano

    Mary Lezcano from BellaBboutique said 7 years ago

    Love the movement, embracing yourself is such a joyful homecoming. We can all be fab no matter the age, no matter the size.

  • bettyfloored

    Betty Floored from bettyfloored said 7 years ago

    I love this post so much! Love your body, because you are beautiful just the way you are. My shop, Oh Sew Betty! specializes in plus size retro styled dresses for ladies in all shapes and sizes. It is refreshing to see so much more being offered to fit my big ol booty in.

  • Maeg8

    Maegan Heise from UndertheStars8 said 7 years ago

    Gorgeous clothes on gorgeous ladies. The confidence is so refreshing to see. I'm plus sized and wish that I had the confidence that these women do.

  • Railin

    Mel from Cuteling said 7 years ago

    Nice article! I make all my hats for adults in 4 different sizes, because there is no "one size fits all" when it comes to hats, despite how many times you see it used!! A lot of my customers, especially taller and bigger guys, really appreciate to finally get a hat that is comfy and slouchy for them, tired of trying on hats in department stores that are much too tight for their large heads.

  • opendoorstudio

    Martha Layton Smith from opendoorstudio said 7 years ago

    lovely fashions! beautiful models!

  • mouserrano

    Lisa Serrano Diaz from PrincessMouseyCards said 7 years ago

    Wow! Beautiful Clothes! Love the models with actual curves! Wonderful Story! Thanks Etsy for promoting! Thanks Shops for making nice clothes for Curves!

  • lizz9111

    lizz9111 said 7 years ago

    OMG! So beautiful and inspiring! I am so happy to see the trends changing :)

  • novavintage

    novavintage from NovaVintage said 7 years ago

    I get so many requests for plus size vintage!...and try my best to stock never lasts long!....Thanks for the great article! xo

  • novavintage

    novavintage from NovaVintage said 7 years ago

    I get so many requests for plus size vintage. I try to keep it stocked, but it never lasts long! Thanks so much for the great article!

  • studiorandom

    Dana Seilhan from studiorandom said 7 years ago

    I'm surprised but pleased that only one commenter here has felt the need to lecture all the fat women as to when it will be OK for us to feel pretty again. For the record, there are slender people out there living on things like cheeseburger-and-soda or Cheetos-and-Mountain-Dew. No one notices, because they're not fat. I know. I was one of them. My weight didn't change for the worse til my hormone balance did--first going on the pill at 21, then going through two pregnancies (almost nine years apart, but still). I may or may not have been able to mitigate the weight gain with good diet; I know I've met several vegetarians and vegans by now who are also overweight. These days I skip the sugar and the buns and just eat the cheeseburger (among other things, and yes, I do eat vegetables), I've lost some weight, and my labs are normal and I feel better. The only reason I don't dress to the nines now, while I'm still overweight, is I don't have the money. I think that if you wait til your habits are perfect to decide you are worth it to feel and look beautiful, you will live in sackcloth and ashes for the rest of your life. Don't let someone else's "tough love" opinions scare you away from enjoying your life. If they think they have to hurt you, they don't love you.

  • gail1794

    Gail Lyn Walker from BlackCatAntiqueShop said 7 years ago

    Bravo!! The clothes are awesome and I love the "real" models and the "real" clothes that they wear!!

  • themefragrance

    Theme Fragrance from themefragrance said 7 years ago

    Great to see! I am only 4 feet 11 inches tall and was always sent to the kids department for clothes as a teenager and adult, until somebody wised up that not everyone is the same size. When you look good, you feel good! Everyone should have the same opportunity to feel stylish no matter how big, small, tall they are.

  • riskybeads

    Lori from riskybeads said 7 years ago

    Great article. We need more of this!

  • PyxusPassionProject

    Michelle Maynard from SimonesRoseBoutique said 7 years ago

    Well done! I love all the shops featured here.. great photography and gorgeous models. I don't agree with some of the comments calling the models "real" women because.. hey - were all real no matter what size we are! The point is, Etsy is a great place to find just what you're looking for - in just the right size.

  • CrystalsDesignMind

    Crystal from IKANDiiAccessories said 7 years ago

    Love this! I used to work in the plus size section at Macy's and this is definitely an under appreciated market. These women love to shop just like the size 0 to 2's if not even more. Glad to there are more variety of styles of clothes for plus size women. Great feature.

  • sarahmoon503

    Sarah from Birchmoonrocksfibers said 7 years ago

    I loved this article! such beautiful photos too. You go girls!

  • SheEarth

    SheEarth Crystals & Creations from SheEarth said 7 years ago

    This is the future of fashion. I love how there are so many etsy sellers that cater to real women sizes, and as a short but very busty girl I know all to well how difficult mainstream fashion has made it for not wafer thin surfboard flat girl to find cloths. Great article nice to see this snowballing movment get even more momentum.

  • emilysmeese

    Emily from onewomancatpack said 7 years ago

    Heeeeellll yeah!!!

  • desireeling3

    Desiree Ling from MamasLittleMarket said 7 years ago

    well done. absolutely marvelous!!!

  • msbusyboss

    Diana from Moxie2RunwayVintage said 7 years ago

    What a great article, full of “need to know” info and insight. As two very busty, Vintage-obsessed women, my daughter & I are well aware of the frustration of searching thru mountains of Vintage garments to find something that fits. So when we decided to share our passion for Vintage clothing with the world, we made a heartfelt promise. To dig a little deeper, and search a little longer, so ALL of our Clients would get to experience the fabulousness. We carry a huge variety of colors, textiles, shapes, styles AND sizes. Response has been amazing! We’ve expanded our vision & are now in the process of design & production of “Curvy Plus Vintage” ---a line of clothing inspired by Vintage Design. True Vintage clothing typically runs very small, but the shapes & styles are typically very flattering. So it’s a natural progression to create modern Vintage! THANKS ETSY for helping to make dreams come true... Pam ♥

  • LuckyZelda

    Catherine J. Esera from LuckyZelda said 7 years ago

    Super great article! Thank you!

  • emilyanne125

    Emily Krause said 7 years ago

    Love it! Everyone should be comfortable in their own skin. Curvaceous women should love their shape, they are different and beautiful because of it.

  • bluemoonkatherine

    Katherine the Great from bluemoonkatherine said 7 years ago

    I really appreciate seeing this article -- as a designer, creating beautiful pieces that allow people to feel good about themselves and how they look is a foundational principle of my business. People of all sizes appreciate things that fit, and I hope more designers are inspired to create things that fit every-body, not just the sizes that mainstream shops cater to, in some average-that-fits-no-one proportions. Etsy provides us with a great opportunity for distinguishing our brand and offerings from what the mainstream offers -- let's take advantage of it!

  • gilstrapdesigns

    Debra Gilstrap from gilstrapdesigns said 7 years ago

    Great article with beautiful models wearing modeling beautiful clothes.

  • GeorgieGirlLLC

    D George from GeorgieGirlLLC said 7 years ago

    Love this article, the photos and models are fantastic!! Thanks for sharing!!

  • CrystalFox6

    CrystalFox6 from CrystalFoxTreasures said 7 years ago

    I'm glad that there are finally some beautiful clothes out there for curvy and/or plus size women. Even when I was really thin, I was always curvy and finding clothes was impossible. Thankfully both my mother and I sewed - it was the only way I had anything that fit. You go girls!!

  • MollyRoseBalms

    Molly Levine from MollyRoseBalms said 7 years ago

    Great article! Though I have to say, I still find plus sized clothing EXTREMELY hard to find on Etsy. Most "plus-size" clothing sellers have a 0-20 range, usually with the 20 being an enlarged version of the smaller sizes with no changes to the cut (which is NOT what real plus-size means), or it's totally shapeless and poncho-y. Hopefully some great designers will be inspired by this article!

  • richdon1

    Rich and Dona from TheCottageMouse said 7 years ago

    Love featuring all size women on Etsy. I am a size 2, very under weight and I struggle with weight gain. But you never see that on Dr. Oz or Oprah. All women have issues, not only heavy ones. I am just sick of hearing about over weight women. What about the under weight people out there who can not gain weight.

  • TropicArts

    Patricia from TropicArts said 7 years ago

    Thank you for this article! I'm plus size and it was really nice to see the comments from plus-size clothiers here on Etsy and go check out shops. Dona, I know what you mean.. I helped a friend of mine not too long ago find clothes for her tiny size 0 frame. She is not even underweight, just a small woman (under 5'), and it was a real hassle to find adult clothing that hugged her frame and emphasized that she was a woman, not a child. But unlike shopping for plus sizes, most stores did carry her size, even if they were few and far between. If it helps you- her clothes are easier to find on the sale racks!

  • lizsee4043

    EL (Elizabeth) Chaz from lizsee4043 said 7 years ago

    It's so exciting to see designers on Etsy selling plus size. I'm tired of plus size stores closing up and expecting plus size customer to buy online. We can't try the items on and if they don't work out, we have to mail the items back, sometimes at our own cost. There is such a hard push against making clothes for plus size but I'll tell ya'll something VERY IMPORTANT to know: WE PLUS SIZE FOLKS NEED TO DRESS AND IF WE CAN'T FIND WHAT WE NEED TO PURCHASE, WE WILL GO NAKED OR WEAR SWEATS EVERYWHERE!!

  • sabrosavintage

    Carrie Williams from sabrosavintage said 7 years ago

    I just thought today (as I have many days) that I wish etsy would feature more plus sizes on the site. BAM!! Awesome. Some of my faves are included. I have recently (again, TODAY!) decided to focus all my energy on growing my vintage business, and one of the main features will be the unleashing possibly of one of the largest collections of larger size vintage clothing (modern 12-26) in the world. I've been collecting for over ten years, and I can't wait to showcase the amazing plus size fashions of the past that fit in so well with modern style. I look forward to being another quality option for my fellow fatshionistas to turn to online, and I love seeing more and more sellers on etsy that cater to a variety of sizes.

  • willowfairedecor

    Daniele from willowfairedecor said 7 years ago

    Love this article!!!! Thank you so much for this!! And such fabulous finds! :)

  • lizsee4043

    EL (Elizabeth) Chaz from lizsee4043 said 7 years ago

    Thank Etsy for all of these plus size designers and the push for stores to stop trying to force us to shop online only by closing their stores, and trying to shame us into fighting our weight. Not everybody is fat because they eat McDonalds and watch Honey boo boo crap on tv. And I'll tell y'all something else very important: If we can't find something to wear, we'll just go naked. Then you'll be sorry!! Thank you for the wonderful article!!

  • Scentsibles

    Allyson Michelle from Scentsibles said 7 years ago

    Awesome post! I have been a GabiFresh fan for quite some time now.

  • henandchick

    Rachel Linquist from HenAndChick said 7 years ago

    Way to go Etsy for featuring fatshionistas! We big girls don't need to shrink and hide in baggy muted colors anymore. Adorn yourself in clothes you truly love! Thank you to all of the Etsy sellers that make that possible!

  • simpleeluxx

    Ivonne from heatherhazelcouture said 7 years ago

    One of the best articles I've read on the etsy blog. Finally this topic about real sizes was addressed. Beautiful article, designs, and lovely models : )

  • TheFuzzyPineapple

    TheFuzzyPineapple from TheFuzzyPineapple said 7 years ago

    Love this article! From my own experience, I didn't want to get and look healthier until after I was already comfortable in my own curvy girl skin. Having a larger selection of affordable plus size clothing options allowed me to accept myself as beautiful. Although plus size clothing also glorifies unhealthy weights, I also think that it helps people to at least make the first step to becoming healthier by allowing us to see that we are already beautiful; healthier lifestyles no longer becomes a hardship for superficial reasons but instead a therapy that encourages happier lives, self worth, and identity. Plus size clothing takes away the drama of proving to the world that you are trying to become healthier for health's sake and not for the accepted standard of beauty. ♥

  • HandmadeNailpolish

    Tanya from IndiePolish said 7 years ago


  • AntoinettesWhims

    Antoinette from AntoinettesWhims said 7 years ago

    Clothes for real women!! Yea!

  • carlamchu

    Hawthorne said 7 years ago

    One more reason I love etsy! I love this article, the models and the shops. Being a plus size beauty, it's so hard to find clothes that express the spirit and the personality that's on the inside. Bravo to all the stores that provide beautiful clothes for beautiful women.

  • manikgrl

    elisa from manikgrl said 7 years ago

    AWESOME article!

  • flauntdesignsjewelry

    Lin from FlauntDesignsJewelry said 7 years ago

    Isn't it funny that if you look back through history and art, a beautiful woman in a Reubens painting is softly, vivaciously curved, and a woman with a healthy, strong, curvy body was considered a sign that the family were fortunate to have money to eat, whereas these days everything has been turned on its head and the very lean silhouette is glorified in the media. Reubens would not be happy - and the majority of us just aren't built that way! I'm a 5' 8" curvy size 10 and one of my YOUNG size 4 colleagues the other day - not knowing my size - was telling a patient that she thought size 10 was fat, lazy and grotesque, and now considered plus size. WHAT?!! Thank you for bucking the trend and sharing gorgeous clothes that give us a choice, no matter what our size or shape.

  • CreativeManifesters

    CreativeManifesters from JSSShepherd said 7 years ago

    Completely agree with the comment about petite clothes looking "old lady-ish". Two of the three of us are short and curvy, and we have a heck of a time finding clothes that look younger than 60 (unless their for teenie-bopper stick figures). The same goes for shoes! What is with this trend of super narrow, toe-pincher shoes? OK, so if your going for "fashion" and you choose high heels with pointy toes that's one thing (you've already decided to torture yourself by wearing pumps in the first place) but how 'bout some size 8 tennis shoes and loafers/clogs/etc. with a little wiggle room for your toes? they don't have to be longer, just a little wider. Custom shoes, like custom clothes are awesome! Etsy is truly the best! :- )

  • msbusyboss

    Diana from Moxie2RunwayVintage said 7 years ago

    I also think this sort of article shows that ETSY IS LISTENING to the pulse of it's shop owners and customers, who are a powerful & talented group, indeed. Etsy needs to continue to keep their ear to the of many areas of improvement & growth potential available to them......may I also suggest they work on weeding out the shops that are not real "shops", but instead ghost shops for mass produced, rock-bottom discounted-price merchandise that is NOT hand-made NOR Vintage NOR made in properly collective settings--all of which are NOT allowed on this site, yet continue to proliferate wildly, taking business away from passionate artisans! I applaud Etsy for the gains it is making, but please don't lose sight of the original Etsy vision. THANK YOU! Pam ♥

  • untamedwillow

    Willow from WondersByWillow said 7 years ago

    As someone who has battled with my weight my whole life, it's nice to see that someone is listening....i've felt like i've been ignored for so long...thank you!!

  • soeur6180

    soeur6180 from sometimesanotion said 7 years ago

    So nice to see an article about plus sizes! Joining in with the woman who worked at Macy's in their plus size department - YES, we will spend more than our straight sized counterparts once we find something worth buying! I love dressing in beautiful clothes. Its very much an untapped market right now. Lots of opportunity! My one piece of advice is to sellers who list Plus Size as a searchable term but their clothing only goes up to XL! XL is NOT plus sized! It makes me not buy from you at all, even if you might make me something custom sized. It also clogs up my search list with unbuyable merchandise, which is annoying. Anyone know any other great plus size Etsy shops? I'd love to support them!

  • irinisklavounou

    irini from IrinisWorld said 7 years ago

    Angsting about eating is so the wrong way to go. Under eating, over eating, eat this, don't eat that. Mirror mirror on the wall please tell me what i am so desperate to know..... Freedom from anxiety and a moderate balance in ones habits are the key to being healthy in mind and body and the result is a natural feel-good smile without which any attempt at an 'appearance of beauty' is like whistling in the wind no matter what size you wear. First beauty, then of course it would be nice to find some suitable clothing.

  • donnieleandro

    Donnie from DonniesDiscounts said 7 years ago

    nothing wrong with curves

  • irinisklavounou

    irini from IrinisWorld said 7 years ago

    Off the subject, i know but i will take the opportunity to agree with MsBusyBoss about the proliferation of 'pretend artisans'. Search 'Mens engagement rings' and you will get reams of catalogue stuff that is quite clearly pushing the rules and results in genuine artisans getting moved down the line and losing focus of attention. It is like finding yourself geting lost in the wrong shop window. Some seo savvy 'sellers' take up whole pages and are clearly not what a discerning customer wants to trawl through to find a genuine piece of creative work. If Etsy wants to tolerate that there should be some kind of categorisation like Ebay has for 'auction or buy it now'. Please excuse me for being off subject.

  • istrianchic

    Ivana from IstrianChic said 7 years ago

    Love it, well done!

  • amabito

    Roberta from amabito said 7 years ago

    Great article!

  • bonnieAK

    bonnieAK said 7 years ago Featured

    Nicely done! Just because I'm a large woman doesn't mean that I have to give up colors and wear black all the time. I take pride in dressing well. And I agree that we spend more -- once we find something that fits and looks good we are gonna buy it in several colors!

  • marmamamma

    Marmen Raquin from FrenchAtticFinds said 7 years ago

    yes!!!!!! i am a plus size, and really tall and small chested. it is mission impossible finding clothes that fit right, so I used to sew a lot. Love all these shops and am inspired by their commitment to dress all women, all sizes, with considerable flair :)

  • sukkulaati

    Giulia from LoquitaVintage said 7 years ago

    Great article! I really appreciate "promote acceptance of body diversity", that's right, each body is different! Because it's not just size 0-2 or plus size, inside each size there are different shapes! (and sometimes even 0-2 size can't find clothes that fit properly!) thanks! :)

  • meropisart

    Meropi Toumbas from MeropisArtJewelry said 7 years ago

    Lovely article!! Is all about acceptance of our selves. We have to love them and nourish them. I am a plus size too and for long time I was struggling with that, but no more!!

  • OliveLongstocking

    Gumtree Gallery from GumTreeGallery said 7 years ago

    great to see real models that look great xxxx

  • marygottin

    Maria Zheliezniak from YourSleepingEyeMask said 7 years ago

    The models look wonderful! I really like the fashion and girls - just hold together!

  • Hookedonhoney

    Hooked On Honey Vintage from Hookedonhoney said 7 years ago

    love this article!! I have designed for many plus size brands here in nyc and always try to stock my shop full of plus size vintage!!! you go girls and keep rocking those curves!!! xo

  • Innytoes

    Lizzy from StudioFroezel said 7 years ago

    Lovely article! I'm not the skinnies, though I'm not sure US size-wise where I fall, and I can get my size in Dutch clothing shops. But I don't look like the average advertisement and keep thinking: Yeah, but how would that look on me? That's what I love about Etsy, it has diverse models in all shapes and sizes and ages and colours, even for non-custom-size items, which helps me realise, hey, that lady has a figure similar to mine and she looks amazing, I should totally buy that.

  • Fimigal

    Voneen Pryce from Woolby said 7 years ago

    The models are beautiful. The outfits are gorgeous!

  • Fimigal

    Voneen Pryce from Woolby said 7 years ago

    The models are beautiful and the outfits are gorgeous!

  • candychik9

    Tovah said 7 years ago

    So great to see such positivity. We need to stop assuming that being 'big' is synonymous with being 'unhealthy'. I know girls who exercise heaps and eat well, but stay upwards of size 12 because that's just their body shape. Not everyone can be petite.

  • Iammie

    iammie from iammie said 7 years ago

    Great post!

  • CraftsByKeri

    Keri from CraftsByKeri said 7 years ago

    Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. It's wonderful to see such stylish clothing. Great article!

  • gprprosperity

    Gail from SimplyGailVintage said 7 years ago

    Love it all! Big is BEAUTIFUL!!!!

  • TheRareBird

    Chris from TheRareBird said 7 years ago

    Great article! As far as vintage clothing goes, I have found that larger sizes are harder to find, and vintage clothing almost always runs smaller than today's clothing. So I do my best to seek out and find vintage clothing in size 12 and up... They are out there!


    TATISHA MARIE from LACEn80s said 7 years ago

    Great Post!! The models have a classic beauty about them ♥

  • WoodlandCottage

    WoodlandCottage from WoodlandCottage said 7 years ago

    Beautiful--the models, the clothing, the attitude! Thanks for sharing with us!

  • AlternativeBlooms

    Alternative Blooms from AlternativeBlooms said 7 years ago

    There is always the assumption that petite people are petite everywhere! Sometimes we are short with curvy hips! Sometimes we are short with with a large bust! What a nightmare trying to find a simple white blouse that will fit in the bust and not be overly long in the arms and torso! The only place left to shop are granny clothing stores .. I can hear the echo of my husband "you look like your wearing my grandmas clothes" Don't even get me started on quality! ONE wash and it is all over! Thank goodness for Etsy Custom!

  • ThankfulRose

    Sally from ThankfulRose said 7 years ago

    Great article!! I carry plus size in my shop as well. I am always getting requests for more! These ladies are definite proof that we don't have to be size 2 to be beautiful!

  • riesys

    Alisa Ries from RiesysDoodleBugs said 7 years ago

    I was delighted to read this article. Thank you so much for sharing. Most of the people showing off their curves are young and that is awesome...but I am 57 years old. Too young to be old and too old to be young. I am so very young at heart. I have gained weight due to menopause and had begun to feel I can never look good again..or feel good about myself. I am single, also..and sometimes can't dare to think that a man would be attracted to me anymore. I am so self doubting. But no more!! This article and photos made me realize YES I CAN!! Age and weight have nothing to do with looking awesome and your very best and loving yourself. Thank you so much for this uplifting article. God bless and hope to see you around Etsy.

  • lauramcgdesigns

    Laura McGuinness from lauramcgdesigns said 7 years ago

    I know it's not clothing, but I make jewelry, and I am happy to make a bracelet or necklace to fit you. I can't stand going shopping and not finding anything. I am plus-sized myself, and I know how hard it can be to find something that looks great and fits well.

  • hissyfitoly

    Lucy from hissyfitoly said 7 years ago

    Huzzah! great article. (now, I'm off to celebrate my 7 year etsy-versary for this shop, where I design & hand-make plus-size clothing = never get featured by the etsy blogs, but alway sell well &, what's better, get awesome feedback from customers. Figured since there's so many TVP's in the comments, I might as well just come right out with it ;-)

  • PrayerNotes

    Prayer Notes by Cynthia from PrayerNotes said 7 years ago

    What a great article! This shop and other shops that cater to women of all sizes, are an inspiration. They affirm that being the size you are, is okay. We do not have to be a certain size in order to be worthy. Praises for this shop and similar shops on Etsy!

  • danitajc

    DJ from MidcoastMiscellany said 7 years ago

    Thank you for a well presented article! I have a model sized daughter and I am a plus sized grandma. I sew EVERYTHING and I totally agree that the fitting makes all things beautiful! I love the fact that the Etsy community is so welcoming and encouraging for larger size woman! YEAH!

  • debram315

    Debra McElroy from BrickHouseBeads said 7 years ago

    From the bottom of my big, beautiful heart THANK YOU to all of you Etsians out there who have taken up the cause of designing for non-standard sized women (big or small). I'm so grateful to finally feel like there's a place where I belong! A truly inspiring article.

  • WhisperingOak

    Quality Handmade Items from WhisperingOak said 7 years ago

    Great article. The human form is beautiful in male and female. A great dress and topped with confidence makes a person look so beautiful. I don't think anybody is looking at the size

  • recycledwares

    Nerrissa W from RecycledWares said 7 years ago

    You go girls!

  • patriciapovoa
  • vintagediva60

    vintagediva60 from VintageDiva60 said 7 years ago

    Awesome Article!!! The ladies are Diva's and all are Va Va Vooim!

  • Fontee621

    Tiffona from ShopTiffonaFontee said 7 years ago

    Love! These ladies are beautiful and an inspiration! Great article.

  • NellywithWings

    Nelly V from NellywithWings said 7 years ago

    I enjoyed this article because the words and photos were very well chosen to build and not to bring down, to encourage, and not to judge, AT ALL. It is excellent, for once, to read a smart and matter-of-fact article about the human body. Thank you!

  • SoulCysterCreations

    Christina Ohler from SoulCysterCreations said 7 years ago

    Love!!! :) I know all my Cysters who suffer with the side of being heavy due to PCOS love articles that show you are still beautiful no matter your size :)

  • msculit

    Ria Coleto- Cervantes said 7 years ago

    Hooray! Finally, someone realized that fashion is across all sizes. :) Thanks for this. I hope it's okay if I featured this article in my blog. I'm just too happy that Etsy understands the real meaning of fashion.

  • brenda45

    Brenda Smith from BrendasJewellryBox said 7 years ago

    Great read!

  • SquishTish

    Joana from SquishTish said 7 years ago

    I particularly love the bikini photo from naKiMuli with a perfect non-edited model! We are so often showered by irrealistic body images that we forget that some details are natural and, therefore, must be embraced :)

  • nativestrandsjewelry

    Rachel from PeppersJewelry said 7 years ago

    That eggshell dress looks amazing.

  • NicolasKnitKnacks

    Nicola and Jessica Belton from CelticKnittingCo said 7 years ago

    Great read and some beautiful items. We need to celebrate the plus size women as well as skinny! We are all beautiful in are own way!!

  • misschristiana

    Christiana Odum from YarnDarlin said 7 years ago

    That dress is FABULOUS! omg. SOOOO Glamorous!

  • handmadebycecilia

    Cecilia Escobar from HandmadebyCecilia said 7 years ago

    I love the patterned dress! This collection gives me confidence, love it!

  • turnernpooch2

    Kristen Turner from TurnerandPoochDesign said 7 years ago

    Great article!!! I have gotten more inquiries on plus size clothing that I'm making than anything else! I've said for year that I wanted clothing in "MY SIZE" and now I'm making it! I so excited that finally these ideas are catching on, LOVE IT!

  • verityunmondoaparte

    silvia beneforti from vumap said 7 years ago

    Fantastic article for fantastic dresses, wonderful pics for beautiful women! ^_^

  • janeeroberti

    Jane E Roberti from janeeroberti said 7 years ago

    This made me happy. Beautiful fashions on confident, beautiful women.

  • FascinatingHobbies

    FascinatingHobbies from FascinatingHobbies said 7 years ago

    great article as usual from you Linzee, Bravo you have the talent to make everyone happy when we read you as well as your beautiful choice of photos, a great pleasure to follow you

  • catherinemaria

    Catherine Maria Charalambous from BouncyTree said 7 years ago

    So glad we are starting to move away from the idea that twig figures are sexy. I love my curves, what kind of a Greek would I be without them? Loved this article

  • cathrionacleary

    Cathriona Cleary from CathrionaClearyArt said 7 years ago

    Love who you are ,Big ,Small or itsy bitsy , we are all beautiful ladies! :)

  • revampedfashion

    revampedfashion from Gypsyplantation said 7 years ago

    Fabulous article! My shop features plus size one of a kind lagenlook linen and cotton clothing.. I am a plus size gal that got tired of clothing companies that evidently think us EXTRA CURVY GALS are boring and frumpy! .

  • FemaleFatal

    Milica Ristic said 7 years ago

    Hi Dears , I'm not Plus Size but I love and I'm so proud, of this article , the models are amazing and clothes combinations are just gorgeous !!! I love it !! Congradulation !!!

  • LesleyWilsonArt

    Lesley from LesleyWilsonArt said 7 years ago

    My best friend is plus sized, whereas I am very thin with lanky limbs, so when we go shopping together we both have a fair share of problems. The best is when we find a store that carries both of our sizes, but that is few and far between. P.S. Please stop calling larger women "real women", thin people are not unicorns. Thanks :)

  • susio

    Susanne Ryan from TheFeltedGnomeKnows said 7 years ago

    Clothing sizes are the bane of a woman's existence, it is nice to see that Etsy is focusing on the idea of fit. There was a time when a good tailor or seamstress could be found and was willing to make alterations but that is seems to be going the way of the telephone operator, still in existence but limited in what they do. Women come in all shapes and sizes and it is good that the fashion world is starting to acknowledge it. The movement to showcase women with normal BMIs is still controversial among the designers, I for one applaud the variety. Having once been a "thin person" and now being considered a "plus" size I have been on both sides of the of the rack. It is great to have more choices and to feel beautiful again.

  • wornwires

    Ashlee Moore from WornWiresJewelry said 7 years ago

    I absolutely adored your post. I spent the vast majority of my life wearing baggy, unflattering clothes simply because I believed there was nothing else for me to wear. When I learned to shop for my body, all of that changed. Finding what flatters your figure is an amazing experience. I love that this experience can be shared with Etsy shop owners and buyers!

  • aressa

    aressa from OriginalBridalHanger said 7 years ago

    Love this! I am a plus size and just love the post....

  • DeEscalaArt

    BEATRIZ DE ESCALA from DeEscalaArt said 7 years ago

    Well Done...Congratulations..

  • jreed31009

    Vivian Reed from VJRSCARVES said 7 years ago

    I love this article. It's all about what you feel inside and that will translate to how you look on the outside. I am so glad that larger women are feeling more empowered because they should. Congratulations on a wonderful article!!!

  • Pixie2428

    Doris C. from SewBeautifulbyDC said 7 years ago

    Great article and beautiful creations ! I love the wedding gowns. Congratulations to you !

  • selkielassie

    Jennie from SelkieMum said 7 years ago

    I am plus sized, and I'm nervous to buy clothes online that I can't try on, but I hope some day to try some Etsy fashion, as well as trying my hand at some creative altering. :] I only wish it had been around when I got married so I could have had a dress I really loved.

  • plentty

    Tonya from plentty said 7 years ago

    +size women who are also indie designers producing +size clothing rock! We are the ones making the decisions on what's acceptable for us to wear - not other people who don't really understand what we want and need. Hosting a panel to talk to +size women about fashion....$5k Corporate brands foraying into plus size...$50k Being a plus-size women designer...priceless #shopindieplusdesigners

  • beheriyah

    Marie Davis from Riashatsandscarves said 7 years ago

    Great article! Yeah for us plus size women.

  • candlesbynature

    candlesbynature from candlesbynature said 7 years ago

    Beautiful article...and beautiful models!

  • verdancyhime

    verdancyhime said 7 years ago

    I love that the models in this look gorgeous, including the woman who has cellulite, which is super common in even slender women. As far as the fact that plus sized girls are more willing to try "out there" fashion, my theory has always been that trying to hide is just going to be silly. I'm six feet tall in heels, a ginger, and my butt is wider than the average flat screen monitor. People are going to notice me, and I hope when they do, they say "Dang, she looks good!"

  • leeannasjewerybox

    Leeanna from LeeannasJewelryBox said 7 years ago

    Thank you for this article. There are so many women looking for something to fit when all the plus sizes are sold out in stores. There needs to be much more product for a market that is so scarce.

  • ASParkerJewellery

    Amy Sarah Parker from ASParkerJewellery said 7 years ago

    Really interesting blog, I love all of the featured cloths! :D x

  • metroretrovintage

    metroretrovintage from MetroRetroVintage said 7 years ago

    Love the article, and love the models. Bravo for writing this article.

  • ariella42

    Ariella Carver from HausofAriella said 7 years ago

    I absolutely love the fact that the models for the plus-sized clothes for these are actually plus sized and beautiful! In the fashion industry, so many "plus-sized" models are actually a size 6 or 8, which infuriates me. Women can be beautiful no matter what size they are! One of the fabulous things about Etsy is that seller's don't have to feel confined to norms and stereotypes when choosing models, especially when they model their items themselves. Real women rock!

  • thewomensrepublic

    Sara Brazil from SararaVintage said 7 years ago

    Fantastic, I often try to carry plus size and larger vintage. I came across a whole collection that I am still listing. I loved seeing the shops, the models were beautiful, and -let's face it every shape is so different it is hard to imagine a standard size. Each body type is so different maybe it is best just to be our own healthy size.

  • chuleenpote1

    Pauline Aponte from PaulinesJewelryDen said 7 years ago

    Great article! I am a curvy woman, and find that it is hard to find nice fitting clothing without looking like a grandma.

  • snpgirl

    snpgirl from SNPGirl said 7 years ago

    Just stumbled upon this article and I thank you. As an older woman, close to 6 ft. tall and who has worn all sizes between an 8 and a 24, I can tell you it has been a long struggle both finding clothes and accepting myself in all my varying sizes. My fashionista days are behind me, but I am happy there are now more options available for women who don't fit the mold.

  • fairyshadow

    Tania Prosser from fairyshadow said 7 years ago

    Wouldn't be great to shop by body shape as well as by size, to see a model shaped like you wearing the product because one gal's size 22 can be shaped so differently than other's. Any plus size vendors willing to create sections for all us apples and pears?

  • halliefranco

    Hallie Franco from HallieJohanna said 6 years ago

    Stunning! I made my first plus size clothing piece, and now have to find a beautiful model like the gorgeous ladies above. I love the styles pictured too! Great article!!

  • EmmaJosephineDesigns

    Emma Otu-Brown from EmmaJosephineDesigns said 6 years ago

    You go girls! you all look good. Informative blog.


    SIZEisJUSTaNUMBER from SIZEisJUSTaNUMBER said 6 years ago

    Wonderful article!! We're on board!

  • topvistama

    topvistama from KleponDesign said 6 years ago

    Wonderful article. We should be who we really are, of all shapes and sizes.

  • 1AEON

    1AEON from 1AEON said 6 years ago

    hell yeah! I'm so glad started my plus size line:) go girls!

  • lboatmanwatson

    Lorraine Boatman-Watson from VintageLorr said 6 years ago

    This is a wonderful article! I hope everyone reads it. Our shop carries only PLUS SIZE CLOTHING along with other items. It has been difficult for curvy women to find lovely clothing. I am so glad these ladies are now available on ETSY. Keep the article up for a longer time so more can see it.

  • dominna

    Katrina Dzerkale from Dominna said 6 years ago

    This is just amazing. Im so proud of woman showing off their curves. Lets leave 'vertical stripes only' to those who care.

  • judy13141

    Judy from Sidepass2Showmanship said 6 years ago

    This is a great article, I'm glad that you wrote it.... I sew and sell Western Horse Show Clothes, and many of my customers are Plus size. So many of them can't find what they are looking for because a lot of the beautiful things are made for the smaller woman. There is no reason the Plus woman can't be as beautiful as she wants to be.

  • kl3forman1

    kimberley forman from BASKETCASEFINDS said 6 years ago

    A nice job ,its about time woman can find clothes that look HOT!

  • 1plussizegown

    Chong Mei said 6 years ago

    amazing i love your post

  • shannonkristina

    Pat Larson from shannonkristina said 6 years ago

    Love it, So glad to see kudos for all of us that aren't a size 8!!

  • 1plussizegown

    Chong Mei said 6 years ago

    I love plus size girls. There is a new site called that I shop also. They have some cute clothing for plus size women!

  • UniqueCatVintage

    Shiloh from MixyMitzy said 6 years ago

    I try to use models of different body types in my store. Body positive because every body is beautiful :)

  • 3DBeddingSet

    Freya Lan from 3DBeddingSet said 6 years ago

    LOL. this is really an interesting topic. plus size is common among moms. I love them:)

  • Bluetopez

    Bluetopez from BLUETOPEZ said 6 years ago

    I love the black and white dress and the bridal dress; this is a great shop.

  • sueferrin

    Sue Ferrin said 6 years ago

    This shop is really helpful for the plus size ladies .The dresses are specially designed by keeping their sizes and comfortability in mind ...The dresses shown above are charming and pleasant ...Check out for more collection for plus size women..

  • rtduncan

    Randall Duncan said 6 years ago

    We sell girls dresses and boys suits along with communion dresses, baptism outfits, flower girl dresses, bridesmaids dresses, girls gowns, Plus size clothing, jewelry and accessories at the best price in Australia. Now we start selling our products through online at cheap rate. Offer is limited.

  • ximafaeryx

    Chloe Henderson from ChloeHenderson9 said 5 years ago

    So glad to see etsy embracing the plus size!

  • korenkwan

    Koren Kwan from GarasuWonderland said 5 years ago


  • derekford2

    Derek Ford from PondviewSystems said 3 years ago

    Va va Voom!

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