Plus-size-friendly workwear brands to know about!
01/12Looking for comfortable clothing to wear to work? Your search ends here!
Working 9-to-5 (or in today's landscape, 8-to-7), comes with enough challenges. Finding comfortable clothes to wear all day can be a bit of a task for almost anyone. And for curvy girls, it could be a little more of a feat to find brands that will cater to ‘plus size’ women. Lucky for you, we have done our homework and here are the plus-size-friendly workwear brands to know about...readmore
LB has been a plus size staple for as long as we can remember. The reason we’re putting them in the “work wear” category is because we think that’s what they do best. Though they carry a lot of different kinds of clothes, we believe that the biggest bang from your buck from this store comes when you’re s hopping for something a little more professional.readmore
If you’re looking for something affordable (who isn’t?) and you’re on the smaller side of the plus spectrum, this store has a few great pieces every season. sizes up to 24.readmore
Macy’s has been a staple in a lot of people’s daily work wear for years. Even if you’re not accessible a Macy’s store, did you know that they have even more options online? From affordable tailored suits, to sleek clean knee length dresses, Macy’s has plenty of options for everyone’s work wear needs! Sizes from 14-26!readmore
The brand is just a year old, but has already found a place in the top. It’s started by Nicolette Mason and Gabi Gregg, who are well-known plus-size bloggers. Premme doesn’t believe it playing safe. Their clothing range is quirky, tend and fashion forward. They cover sizes 12-30 and we’re sure you’re bound to find more than a few favoruites!readmore
Personally, we think ASOS is now one of the big guns because of their highly-chic plus size line.While most of their collection is usually a take on the popular trends, you will find capsule pieces which you can work around your entire wardrobe. The line also carries statement accessories, in case you like playing up a simple outfit.readmore
If you like wearing dresses to work, you’d like to check out Dressbarn. Although not an entirely work-appropriate line of clothes, their work wear line is pretty neat. The brand often does collaborations with designers like Carmen Marc Valvo, Heidi Weisel, Adrianna Papell and DB fashion Studio. But they’re also super affordable, making them our favoruite!readmore
LOFT recently announced that they would be introducing to us their plus-size collection and sure enough, it’s one we are more than glad about. From basics to work-appropriate garments, this brand has it all. We love their ‘Herringbone Modern Blazer’ the most!readmore
09/12CoEdition x Hutch
CoEdition x Hutch’s ‘Camila Dress’ is perfect if you want to take your office look into the night for an after-party. Their sizes go from 10 and upward and you will find pieces that will suit all body types here! We absolutely love this grey shift midi of theirs. Style it with a pair of chic black heels and you will be sorted for the day!readmore
If you are looking for a nice blazer suit, we suggest you go with Eloquii’s ‘Premier Bi-Stretch Work Blazer’ and their ‘Premier Bi-Stretch Work Pant’. Eloquii recently introduced its Premier Work Kit and we’re so glad about it! Style this suit with a sharp shirt and you will have yourself a sophisticated boardroom look.readmore