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NEW at Gwynnie Bee – Designer Hemant & Nandita + Free 30 Day Trial

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Gwynnie Bee has announced a collaboration with Hemant & Nandita! The print and pattern expert’s designs are available exclusively at Gwynnie Bee in sizes 10-32. Take a look at some of the new designs from their blog:

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What do you think of the new Hemant & Nandita pieces at Gwynnie Bee?

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Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

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  1. I really like that they are getting a designer name in that goes across the whole size range.

    This stuff is not my particular personal style but I hope some people love it 🙂

  2. Wow! While the maxi dress has somewhat flattering lines, those loud, wide horizontal color block lines on the tunic emphasize all the wrong parts! Even the arms. If a plus size woman really wants to play up her breasts, waist, and hips this is the shirt. Who designs plus size clothing? I have yet to see a “designer” who actually knows how to design clothing for plus size AND be attractive, on trend pieces. It seems it’s always one way or the other. And while the material looks rather light and breezy it’s probably polyester.

    • Look at Joe Brown at His style is very unique, but he definitely designs great clothing for the plus-size woman. The other place that I buy a lot from, although it’s not a designer, is Eshakti doesn’t specialize in plus-size, but they actually make clothes to your exact measurements.

      • Thanks, I will check them out. I didn’t necessarily mean designer designer but it would be nice to have a few sources when I need something nice. And I don’t know why everything is polyester! Generally when I fibd the perfect whatever it’s in polyester. I live in hot and humid Texas. ?

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