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plus-sized

adjective Referring to a large, typically overweight person.
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The range has been designed in conjuction with plus-size fashion blogger Danielle Vanier, who models the standout black frock and looks smoking hot in it.
Similaly in June, the online shopping website Amazon was condemned by the users when the retailer Arrive Guide allegedly showed a slim model advertising plus-size leggings by wearing it in such a way that both her legs could easily fit in one leg of the clothing.
Designer Rodricks was on a mission to smash stereotypes at the Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai with his latest collection from his plus-size label, all Primero.
Many plus-size women are also fervently pushing boundaries and demanding beauty to be all-inclusive.
com, where there are lots of reviews from plus-size women who'll let you know how the grading is and provide other useful pattern information.
Jenny Taylor: "Didn't realise size 18 was a plus-size.
News of IMG's new offering came just days after Ashley Graham, arguably the most famous plus-size female model on the planet dubbed the term itself as 'outdated'.
Awareness of the strong demand for plus-size clothing in Israel and the general need for womenswear retailers to offer a wider range of sizes is likely to continue increasing over the forecast period as social protests against womenswear retail chains that offer clothing in a limited range of smaller sizes continue to build.
Ashley is one of the world's highestpaid plus-size models and is currently gracing the cover of the American Sports Illustrated magazines - one of the most coveted covers in the world.
Telling women they're plus-size is sending the wrong message there is something wrong with them.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 18, 2015-Apax-Advised Funds to Buy Majority Stake in Plus-Size Apparel Firm Fullbeauty
Demand for plus-size women's clothing is expected to increase strongly through 2019, according to researcher Ibis World, due to factors including rising per capita disposable income, a decline in healthy eating, greater designer collaboration and greater availability of premium products.