Fashion Brands spending the Moolah on Plus Size Clothing


A few fashion retailers have taken in to the new plus size craze.

Retailer Modcloth has started to sell a lot of plus size clothing, launching the larger sizes last year.

Their plus size offering now has gained 8 percent of sales because customers who purchase plus size clothing spend more than people that purchase smaller sizes.

The label talked with the Wall Street Journal, saying:

“New plus-size customers spend 25 percent more per order, buy 17 percent more items per order than regular-sized shoppers, and are 66 percent more likely to spreak the ModCloth gospel via social media.”

The size of the average U.S. woman is around size 14, but most fashion labels’ largest size is a 12. But because of this, there is a demand for nice clothes for larger women.

Just recently, retailer Mango announced that they too will launch a plus size collection.

And H&M was also praised for casting a size 12 model in a swimwear shoot without mentioning plus size in the ad. They too joined in the demand, now selling both plus size clothing and swimwear.

Fitness Correspondent: Hannah Townsley

Photo Credit: Daily Mail


Beyonce Upset Over Photoshopped H&M Campaign Pictures

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We all love Beyonce for not being shy about being booty-licious and curvaceous.

Beyonce was reportedly upset that H&M tried to photoshop her curves in their recent Spring/Summer 2013 campaign together.

A source told The Sun newspaper that Beyonce was furious once she found out H&M edited the way her body really looked.

An H&M spokesperson then admitted they had “discussions” about the pictures, but Beyonce made the overall final decision.

Beyonce also told Shape Mag;

 “Not everyone is supposed to be the same. Be healthy and take care of yourself, but be happy with the beautiful things that make you, you.”


We definitely support you. Way to go Bey!

Fitness Correspondent: Hannah Townsley

Photo Credit: H&M