Navabi offers one of the biggest ranges of designer plus-size fashion in the world, with styles available in sizes 12-32. The designer labels means it's pricer, but if you can afford to invest in some wardrobe staples, you will find them here.
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PrettyLittleThing's plus-size range came onto our radar after curve blogger, Chloe Elliott, sang their praises. Not only have the brand extended their sizing to a 26, but as Chloe points out, they are offering something we have never seen in plus-size ranges before.
BUY NOW Black woven button front belted jumpsuit, £35
BUY NOW Snake vinyl trench coat, £60
In times of crisis we turn to the Boohoo plus range. Not only is the entire line incredibly affordable, but we just love that they offer the exact same clothes but in bigger sizes. Just because we are a bigger size, doesn't mean we want to spend our life in kaftans, am I right?
BUY NOW Kimono sleeve dress, £25
BUY NOW Ruffle leopard wrap midi skirt, £17.60
Not many people know that Mango have a plus size range but it's really worth a look. While the other famous Spanish retailer, Zara only goes up to a size 18. Mango offers their high quality designs up to a size 26.
5. ASOS Curve
ASOS Curve is always going to be our number one curvy girl shop. It's our first destination whenever we're in need of a new outfit, because we know they will always come through with the classics and more trend lead pieces. With sizes ranging from 16-30, we wish more retailers would follow suit.
BUY NOW Long sleeve twist front top in snake print, £32
BUY NOW Denim blazer jumpsuit, £40
Elvi is a brand that we first discovered through ASOS Curve and it's quickly become one of our favourites. It's a mix of high quality wardrobe staples and high fashion pieces that you wouldn't expect from a plus size brand. Our favourite thing are their skirts, from pleated, to metallic, to faux leather, they have everything. Plus they have some pretty cool collaborations, like Hayley Hasselhoff.
BUY NOW Slip skirt, £42
BUY NOW Printed smock dress, £75
7. River Island
When the River Island Plus range finally launched, it didn't disappoint. Although the selection isn't as large as ASOS, the well curated line goes up to a size 28. This should be your go to shop for each seasons key trend pieces.
BUY NOW Stripe knit jumper, £42
BUY NOW Paperbag wide leg trousers, £46
8. New Look
Props to New Look for being one of the first shops to carry a plus size range. Their Inspire line, has been relaunched as their "Curves Range" and we can tell you, it's giving ASOS Curve a run for their money.
BUY NOW Pale pink ruched front frill strap bodysuit, £14.99
BUY NOW White zebra print long sleeve shirt, £14.99
9. Simply Be
Simply Be is a plus size treasure trove. You want a sports bra, they got it. Swimsuit, they got it. Wide fit boots, you've come to the right place. Ranging from a size 12 - 34, this is one of the most inclusive fashion sites you will find.
BUY NOW Statement fashion blazer, £25
BUY NOW Blue stripe high-low hem shirt, £28
Like all good plus size brands, this is another one we discovered through ASOS Curve. Offering the latest trends, as well as flattering, tailored cuts. You will be sure to find some classic pieces to update your wardrobe from here.
BUY NOW Loose fit sweater, £35
BUY NOW Floral print midi dress, £45
11. Chi Chi London
If you've been looking high and low for a full on, no apologies party dress, you have come to the right place. From embellished, to lace, to metallic, to rockabilly, these dresses are definitely not for wall flowers.
BUY NOW Morghan dress, £80
BUY NOW Alisha dress, £50
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