The 20 Best Plus-Size Clothing Subscription Boxes for Sizes 12-32


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From cute dresses to cool workwear, these clothing subscriptions make it easy to shop for stylish plus-size clothing. Maybe you’re looking for a membership-based plan that lets you shop exclusive looks for less, or maybe you’re curious about rental subscriptions, which give you unlimited access to a library of on-trend clothes from your favorite brands. Learn about all of our favorite options in this list, and start exploring chic plus-size lingerie, jeans, workout clothes, and beyond!

Our Favorite Subscriptions for Plus-Size Dresses, Plus-Size Lingerie, & More

1. Stitch Fix

4 examples of stitch fix plus outfits, from casual to workready

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Cost: There is a $20.00 styling fee to order a box, but that fee goes towards any items you decide to buy. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Stitch Fix asks for your unique style, sizing, and preferences, then sends you five clothing and accessory items from a variety of brands to match! Try everything on in the comfort of your home, keep what you love, and return what you don’t for free. We like that you can get Stitch Fix “Fixes” on a one-off basis (say, if you have an event coming up) or on a recurring, subscription basis (a great idea if you’re looking to evolve or refresh your wardrobe). Did you know? Stitch Fix offers maternity, kids, and mens clothes, too.

Ships free to the US. For more info, read our monthly Stitch Fix reviews!

2. Dia & Co. Style

Cost: There is a $20.00 styling fee to order a box, but that fee goes towards any items you decide to buy. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Dia & Co. specializes in plus size styles for women, from workwear to jeans and activewear (more on that in a moment…). They offer a lot of cute dresses, tops, jackets⁠—everything you need for a fun, well-rounded wardrobe—from a variety of brands. You can shop their site like you would a regular store, but their personal styling service is great for putting together unexpected outfits and finding the right fit for your body. Dia & Co. lets you try your picks at home and return whatever you don’t plan on keeping. Your $20 styling fee goes towards what you decide to buy, and if you keep everything in the box, you’ll get 25% off.

Ships free to the US. For more info, read our monthly Dia & Co. reviews!

3. Dia & Co Active

Cost: There is a $20.00 styling fee to order a box, but that fee goes towards any items you decide to buy. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Dia & Co. offers a personal styling service for activewear, too! This plan works just like the company’s regular styling service, except they’ll ask for fitness-specific info like the support you prefer and the level of compression you like in leggings, etc. You’ll get a box of five items from a variety of brands that match your needs⁠—try them on at home, decide what you want to keep, and return the rest to Dia & Co. using their free shipping label. Your $20 styling fee goes towards whatever you keep, and you’ll get a 25% off discount if you keep everything in your box. FYI⁠—unlike Dia & Co. Style, which can be set as a one-off order or a recurring subscription, Dia & Co. Active only offers boxes on a one-off basis.

Ships free to the US. For more info, read our monthly Dia & Co. reviews!

4. Gwynnie Bee

Cost: Plans start at $49.00 per month. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Gwynnie Bee is a clothing rental subscription for women sizes 0-32. How does clothing rental work? First, you’ll browse Gwynnie Bee’s expansive online catalog, which includes a variety of brands, and add your favorite looks to your “closet.” Then, Gwynnie Bee will send you up to 10 of those items (depending on your plan) to wear as long as you’d like. Wear something once or over and over again⁠—whenever you’re ready for something new (be it after a week, two weeks, or two months), use Gwynnie Bee’s free return label to send your order back, and they’ll send along a new set. You can purchase items you can’t live without, too. Everything arrives looking and feeling good as new, but you can send your items back dirty⁠—Gwynnie Bee will handle the dry cleaning!

Ships free to the US. For more info, read our monthly Gwynnie Bee reviews!

5. Stylogic

Cost: There is a $20.00 styling fee to order a box, but that fee goes towards any items you decide to buy. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Stylogic takes your style and sizing preferences and curates a “set” of clothing and accessories that can be worn separately or all together as an outfit. It’s literally built to be ready to unpack and wear right out of the box! You can choose to get new sets at your convenience or get them on a recurring basis as part of a subscription. They offer a variety of well-known and smaller brands to try. Your styling fee goes towards any of the items you decide to keep from your set, and if you keep all five items, you’ll get a 20% discount.

Ships free to the US. For more info, read our Stylogic reviews!

6. FTF Closet by Fashion to Figure

Cost: $54.95 per month to rent unlimited sets of 3 garments at a time. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Fashion to Figure’s clothing rental subscription lets you explore a variety of the brand’s trend-conscious looks without crowding your closet. For a flat monthly fee, you’ll be able to rent sets of three items, including dresses, jeans, tops, workwear, and more, on an unlimited basis. That means you can keep a set for as long or as little as you’d like. If you find something you really love, you can buy it for a discount. Start by signing up and adding your favorite items to your online “closet”—FTF Closet will pick three of those items to send your way!

Ships free to US.

7. Unique Vintage Dress of the Month Club

woman wearing a black gingham dress of the month club fit & flare look

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Cost: $50.00 per month + shipping. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Unique Vintage is all about retro glamour. Through their Dress of the Month Club, you can get a new Unique Vintage design every month for a set price. If the look isn’t your style or doesn’t fit, you can send it back for a full refund. We love all of the vibrant colors and patterns featured in the dresses in this subscription. Which look will you get? It’s always a surprise!

Ships to US for $7.00. For more info, read our monthly Unique Vintage Dress of the Month Club reviews! 

8. AdoreMe

three women wearing adoreme bras under comfy fall clothes

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Cost: Depends on what you buy each month. Make a purchase of your choice by the 5th, choose to skip the month (and avoid a charge), or wait to shop and have a charge of $39.95 saved to your account as store credit. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: AdoreMe is a membership-based subscription program that offers a wide variety of lingerie, sleepwear, activewear… we’ve even seen them do swimwear! You can buy their designs a la carte, but their specialty is coordinating sets of lingerie. When you sign up, you’ll share a little bit about your sizing and style, and each month, AdoreMe will curate a collection that suits your needs. (How convenient!) Place an order within the first 5 days of the month, or log in and hit the “Skip” button in your account to avoid any charge. If you take no action, AdoreMe will charge you $39.95 and save that amount in your account as store credit.

Ships to US and Canada ($5.95 shipping for Canada). For more info, read our AdoreMe reviews!

9. Fabletics

4 women of all different sizes wearing bright, colorful fabletics looks

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Cost: Depends on what you buy each month. Make a purchase of your choice by the 5th, choose to skip the month (and avoid a charge), or wait to shop and have a charge of $49.95 saved to your account as store credit. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Fabletics makes some of our favorite activewear. It’s a membership-based subscription that lets you shop, skip, or wait to shop each month. (If you skip the month, you’ll receive no charge, and if you wait, you’ll be charged $49.95, which saves to your account as store credit for future use.) Fabletics makes great leggings in a variety of compression fabrics, bras with low to high-impact support, athleisure looks like tees, jackets, and sweats, and even sneakers and accessories. We love the variety of cool colors and styles that Fabletics offers, as well as their lasting, high-quality pieces.

Ships (free for orders $49.95+) to the US. For more info, read our monthly Fabletics reviews!

10. Shoedazzle

woman wearing a button-front wrap dress and cute hat from shoedazzle

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Cost: Depends on what you buy each month. Make a purchase of your choice by the 5th, choose to skip the month (and avoid a charge), or wait to shop and have a charge of $39.95 saved to your account as store credit. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Shoedazzle is another membership-based subscription that lets you pick what you want to buy each month. While they’re known for their shoes, Shoedazzle also makes dresses, tops, jeans, swimwear, jackets and outerwear, workwear, and more. They have a huge trend-conscious catalog with new items added every month. Make a purchase within the first few days of the month, log in and choose to skip the month to avoid any charge, or take no action, and have $39.95 saved to your account in the form of store credit.

Ships to the contiguous US (for free) and Canada ($6.95). For more info, read our monthly Shoedazzle reviews!

11. JustFab

two women in on-trend justfab clothing, incl. denim & animal print pieces

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Cost: Depends on what you buy each month. Make a purchase of your choice by the 5th, choose to skip the month (and avoid a charge), or wait to shop and have a charge of $39.95 saved to your account as store credit. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: JustFab is another popular membership-based subscription, where you get to decide what you’d like to buy/spend or not spend each month. Make a purchase at the beginning of the month, or log into your account and skip the month to avoid a charge. Do neither, and JustFab will charge you $39.95 and save that amount as store credit that you can use later. JustFab makes a wide variety of on-trend looks, from shoes and accessories to work clothes, casual styles, and even pieces for parties, weddings, or special occasions.

Ships to the US for free, Alaska, Hawaii, and APO/FPO for $9, and Canada for $6.95. For more info, read our monthly JustFab reviews!

12. Wantable Style Edit

a folded stack of wantable clothing

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Cost: There is a $20.00 styling fee to order a box, but that fee goes towards any items you decide to buy. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Wantable’s stylists take your sizing and style preferences and curate boxes of 5-7 items from a variety of notable and lesser known brands to match your needs. You can try everything on at home and send back anything you’re not feelin’ using their free return shipping label. Your styling fee goes towards whatever you choose to keep, and if you keep everything, you get 20% off the total!

Ships to US for free. For more info, read our monthly Wantable Style Edit reviews!

13. Infinitely LOFT

three women in colorful floral print infinitely loft looks

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Cost: $64.95 per month. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Infinitely LOFT lets you rent beautiful pieces from Ann Taylor LOFT for one monthly fee. Add your favorite items from the Infinitely LOFT catalog to your virtual “closet,” and receive three of those pieces to rent for as long or as little as you’d like. When you’re done with a set, just return it to get a new set sent out to you. It’s a great way to keep you wardrobe feeling fresh without crowding your closet with quality pieces you’ve only worn once or twice. Infinitely LOFT thoroughly dry cleans everything before sending it back out, so pieces arrive in pristine condition. (You can return things dirty, too.)

Ships to US for free. For more info, read our Infinitely LOFT review!

14. Trunk Club

woman in sleek wide leg jumpsuit from trunk club

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Cost: There is a $25.00 styling fee to order a box, but that fee goes towards any items you decide to buy. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Trunk Club is Nordstrom’s personal styling service, meaning it’s a great source of higher-end looks for work, special occasions, or every day. Give them your sizing and style preferences (they have a survey, plus a few other convenient ways to connect with your stylist if you’re interested), and a Trunk Club stylist will pick out several pieces of clothing, accessories, or even shoes from a variety of quality brands. Try everything on at home, and send back anything you don’t want to buy. Trunk Club offers a few cool perks—use a Nordstrom credit/debit card and they’ll waive the styling fee (and price-match), and all members get to preview/edit what’s in their shipment before it heads out.

Ships free to the continental US and to Alaska and Hawaii for a fee. For more info, read our monthly Trunk Club reviews!

15. Nadine West

nadine west package and two sheer bags of silver jewelry

Image via our review!

Cost: There is a $9.78 styling fee, but that fee goes towards whatever you choose to keep. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Nadine West curates looks from brands that are stylish and affordable. Each pack includes an outfit made up of 4-6 pieces curated to suit the style preferences and sizing info you submit when signing up. That includes jewelry as well as clothing! Try everything on and return anything you don’t love. The average cost per item is around $20, so it’s a fun way to explore your style without stressing your budget.

Ships to US. For more info, read our monthly Nadine West reviews!

16. Rent the Runway

four women of different sizes in colorful rent the runway looks

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Cost: Rent one-off pieces starting at $30 per item, rent month-to-month for $89, or rent on an unlimited basis for $159 per month. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Rent the Runway makes it easy to make high-end designer styles part of your everyday life. Choose a plan that works for you, whether that’s renting on a one-off basis (great for special occasions) or paying a flat fee to get unlimited sets of looks as often as you’d like. Items arrive in pristine condition, and Rent the Runway handles all the dry cleaning for whatever you send back. (Go ahead and return it dirty!) We love the unique, luxury brands you can get from Rent the Runway (like Kate Spade New York and Badgley Mischka) and the fact that you can rent accessories like jewelry and sunglasses, too.

Ships to the US. For more info, read our Rent the Runway reviews!

17. CHC Vintage

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Cost: Plans start at $80.00 for a 3-month membership. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: CHC Vintage (which stands for “Crazy Hot Clothes”) offers a myriad of subscription options, including plans for lingerie, tees and accessories, and even full outfits. Their one-of-a-kind vintage finds are curated to match your sizing and style preferences, and each shipment comes with a hand-written note from the CHC stylists. It’s a great way to expand your collection of vintage treasures without spending hours scouring your local thrift stores.

Ships to US. For more info, read our monthly CHC Vintage reviews!

18. My Fashion Crate

Cost: Plans start at $20 per month. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: This monthly clothing subscription sends you a new set of accessories, clothing, and more (depending on your plan) each month from a variety of brands. Unlike many other clothing subscriptions, everything in these crates is yours to keep. We think this is a fun option for treating yourself, especially if you find it hard to make time for traditional retail therapy!

Ships to the US for $5.95, Canada for $13, and internationally for $19.95. For more info, read our monthly My Fashion Crate reviews!

19. Savage X Fenty

3 women of different sizes in lilac leopard print fenty looks

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Cost: Depends on what you buy each month. Make a purchase of your choice by the 5th, choose to skip the month (and avoid a charge), or wait to shop and have a charge of $49.95 saved to your account as store credit. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Rihanna’s lingerie brand was designed to help make all women feel sexy. Each month, VIPs have the opportunity to shop a wide variety of her Savage X Fenty lingerie styles and curated sets, from understated basics to downright scandalous styles. You can also skip the month and avoid a charge, or wait to shop and have $49.95 saved in your account as store credit. This membership-based subscription occasionally also offers exclusive sets to their VIPs, including Savage X Fenty merch and accessories. We love the bold, unique patterns and silhouettes featured in these pieces!

Ships to US. For more info, read our monthly Savage X Fenty reviews!

20. Splendies/Volupties

3 pairs of volupties underwear with lace and floral details

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Cost: $16.99 per month. Sign up here!

Why We Love It: Splendies makes it simple to stock up on cute, comfy underwear. Each month, you’ll get two pairs of the brand’s affordable designs in the size and style you set when signing up. We’re fans of the soft fabric and ever-changing array of patterns they provide!

Ships to US (free), Canada (free) and internationally ($10). For more info, read our monthly Splendies reviews!


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Have you tried any of these subscriptions before? Share your experience in the comments!

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

5 Comments

  1. Thanks for compiling this list!

  2. Which box would you recommend for business casual office wear? I’m starting a new job and not sure what to wear.

      • That blue and black trim/fringe dress under Gwynnie Bee is GORGEOUS!!! I’m never very good at clothes, but the clothing subs seem like a good idea, but then having to return a lot of items, or if I want to keep this or that seems to get confusing when I start reading about each of them. I had a friend try Gwynnie Bee almost 2 years ago and the clothes they sent her were horrid. Mostly the cuts and how they hung on her….us big girls are harder to dress because our bodies are so different, yet a lit of the cuts of the clothes are funky…so I dont know…I’m so on the fence about trying it.

    • I’d recommend Stitch Fix. They tend to send (me) much more classic business casual styles. It depends on what you set your profile up for, of course, but you can also leave a note for the stylist that you are specifically looking for that.

      Dia, I have found, sends more trendy clothing that didn’t work for me. Your experience may be different, of course.

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