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New JustFab Plus Size Collection + First Month Offer!

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Exciting news! JustFab has launched their Plus Size Collection! Sizes go up to 3X. Here is a look at some of the pieces:

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What do you think of the new JustFab Plus Size Clothing Collection?

JustFab is a monthly shoes, clothing, and accessories subscription service. Every month on the first they release new styles, and you can pick any item you want, or skip that month. ($39.95 a month)

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Written by Liz Cadman

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  1. I’d love to see extended sizes in the fabletics department!

  2. Overall, I’m interested because I want an affordable plus size clothing sub that isn’t “rented” clothing. On the other hand, I’m going to wait to see what they put out because I know a lot of places where I can get clothes I actually like, in my size, for less than $40/month. So we’ll see… *shrugs*

  3. Sorry if this is a dumb question I’ve never had a Just Fab account. But are these purses available for purchase on there site? And if not does anyone know where they are from (the brown one with fringe, I love it)

  4. Hurrah! I’ll keep an eye on this, but right now, it looks like a lot of boring “safe” stuff to me. (That I can get very similar styles of elsewhere for cheaper.)

  5. It’s interesting to read the different I’m a size 14 /16 (the same size and height as their model) depending on the garment and in department stores shop in “regular ” sizes. As a Just Fab member I have their jeans, some sweaters and a cute dress, interestingly none of these items were purchased as ‘plus’. I would love to spend my $ to golden tote, etc., however if they don’t want my business by ‘expanding their sizing’ that’s their choice. Ultimately, as a business professional any company that limits their customer base when their competitors don’t is destined for failure. I enjoy supporting ‘start-ups’ and ‘independent’ companies and hope more wake-up to the reality that those of us who have disposable income to purchase their products come in all beautiful backgrounds, shapes and sizes.

  6. I’m just thrilled to have another option for cute, stylish clothes!! The selection is limited for now, but I imagine it will increase as time goes on. FYI: Most of the plus sizes are already sold out. I really wanted the denim jacket and skinny jeans, but both were already gone by the time I hopped on to order. I ended up choosing the blue/green wrap dress. I really hope it fits because I don’t own a single dress that fits me.

    As for being called “plus size”, I could honestly care less. Heck, you can call me fat and it won’t offend me. (In fact, I am liable to accuse you of pointing out the obvious and demand you come up with a more creative insult!)

  7. That’s a very limited selection.

  8. Now if only Golden Tote would do this!

    • Omg I so wish Golden Tote would extend sizes!!! I always have box envy when I see it reviewed!

      • Me too!! SO much box envy. They will have to come around eventually, right?

  9. I don’t know whether I find it sad, amusing or disgusting that this model is considered “plus size”. ((sigh))

    • Yeah. Kudos to them for expanding their sizes (in either direction) but why put a label on it?

      • They kind of have to put a label on it, right? How else do you know the sizing? Unless you are referring to adding a plus-size category and therefore 3 additional sizes to EVERY piece already in their collection? That seems crazy. I think companies do a lot of research and marketing to understand their audience and know what is going to sell. The majority of women like to dress for their body type, so plus size clothing needs to be cut differently than an XS, I would assume; it also takes more fabric. I don’t think it is feasible for a company to add 3 sizes to every piece of clothing already available.

        I wish everyone would stop getting upset about the term ‘plus size’ … having a negative reaction makes it a negative term. It literally defines the clothing as a larger size. Should we not call a shirt a Large? Or an Extra Small? Because it offends the wearer?

        • I think you misinterpret my original comment. When I say “I don’t know whether to find this sad, amusing or disgusting”, I’m referring to the fact that this model does NOT look plus size. This woman looks like a healthy normal women. When I see plus size, I consider it a much larger person. I’m not “upset”.

    • Seriously!! If I looked like this model I would feel super great and very skinny! She’s not plus size, she’s curvaceous! Huge difference!

      • Are you implying that this model doesn’t feel great? She is a plus-size model. VS models are technically ‘curvaceous’, ya know? I think people tend to forget that models have beautiful faces, which is why they are models. Even if I had a VS model’s body… I still wouldn’t have a model’s face… Same with the model pictured above.

        • Is directed to me? Because I was agreeing with the original thread about how ridiculous it is that this model is considered “plus size”… I can’t imply over her personal feelings, since I don’t even know her, but if I looked like her, as a plus size woman, I would feel great with my body! I would feel great about myself. This model is probably a size 10…. Which is what the industry considers “plus size”….. And I would have to disagree with you… You don’t have to be “beautiful”… To have to be a model… Beauty is subjective….. You do have to be photogenic and striking… And there are lots of models that ARE NOT curvaceous… Twiggy for example wasn’t curvaceous at all and she was a SUPERmodel.

      • Interesting article, people love to point out that Marilyn Monroe was a size 12. She was also very thin, it’s not the same as today’s normal American size 12.

        • I think she had something like a 24 or 25inch waist? She was tiiiiiny!

    • This woman IS plus size:
      Her 45″ hips would put her at a size 16-18 at Lane Bryant. Is she “fat” or “curvy” or “healthy”? That’s a different discussion, to me, but considering that “plus size” has at least a relatively objective definition (size 14+.. yes, there are exceptions, which I’m aware of as a size 12-14 woman!!), this woman is objectively plus size.

      I feel like whenever there is a plus size model’s appearance involved in a discussion, everyone starts debating on what size she is. What I learn from these discussions is that women are absolutely terrible at gauging another woman’s clothing size. That’s because all we have to use is our own point of reference and go from there. I once had a very tiny woman at a thrift store show me something she’d found “in my size” that was a size 8.. I was a size 16 at the time.

      I really like because it showcases how different women can look, even at the same weight and height. Check it out.

      • I love this post. We as a society obsess over body size too much!

        • I agree. I read somewhere I think the fashion industry considers any model over a size 10 plus size. In the real world, a size 10 is not plus size. I’d actually like to see real plus size people modeling clothes, like Tess Holliday, then you could actually see what something may look like on you vs someone who’s a size 10-14. It’s not going to look the same on someone who’s a size 18+ vs someone who’s a size 14.

          • Exactly!

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