Tired of searching through the category pages of online retailers in search of your size? Same — so we took it upon ourselves (and our bank accounts, oops!) to put together this exhaustive guide to the best places to shop for plus-size clothing online. Ahead, you’ll find a retailer or ten that fits your budget, body, and style.
In the more than five years since Forever 21 added plus sizes, the assortment has continued to grow and even expanded into some stores. The hottest pieces tend to sell out very quickly, so if you see something you like, scoop it up stat. The athleisure and workout gear is especially on point.
Double-Breasted Womens Trench Coat, $47.90, forever21.com
H&M+ is pretty conservative when it comes to trends, and basics is where they really shine. The cut can be generous, and you’ll find sizes up to 4x. It’s only available in limited locations, so the online selection is your best bet for getting the best pieces before they sell out.
V-neck Jumpsuit, $49.99, hm.com
Once owned (and closed) by The Limited, ELOQUII relaunched in 2014 with a focus on fast fashion. The brand is known for workwear, but fashion-forward pieces like faux leather culottes and fringe skirts are right on trend.
Studio Faux Suede Culottes, $99.90, eloquii.com
When it comes to the sheer number of store locations, Macy’s can’t be beat. The assortment ranges from casual to special occasion, with brands like Michael Kors, City Chic, Harper and Liv, and Seven7 by Melissa McCarthy.
Jou Jou Colorblocked Faxu Fur Coats for Women, $79 macys.com
Hey Gorgeous co-founder Aimee Cheshire has an eye for selecting the best from brands like Junarose, BB Dakota, Carmakoma, Rachel Pally, and Persona by Marina Rinaldi. There’s also a great mix of accessories from labels including Baggu and Quay Australia to top off your look.
Carmakoma Clash Cardigan, $165, heygorgeous.com
ASOS is a fast fashion powerhouse, so it’s no surprise that their plus size assortment, known as Curve, is a trend-lover’s delight. In addition to the ASOS Curve brand, they also carry selections from brands Boohoo Plus, Junarose, New Look, Alice & You, and more. ASOS Curve also offers accessories like belts, body chains, rings, and necklaces.
Peg Pants in Mono Check, $40, asos.com
Lane Bryant has stepped it up in a big way, with collaborations from designers like Christian Siriano, Isabel Toledo, Lela Rose, and Sophie Theallet, plus upgraded styles from in house brands 6th & Lane, Livi Active, and Fast X Lane. Keep an eye on their new arrivals section for the trendier items, like fringe skirts, as these tend to sell out in a flash.
Plaid Coat, $159.95, lanebryant.com
This UK import’s approach to fast fashion is cheeky, bold, and often irreverent. Their sequin dresses can’t be beat — look no further for proof than Gabourey Sidibe at the Teen Choice Awards. Plus, their sizing is quite inclusive with sizes 8-28.
Dungaree Dress, $67.50, simplybe.com
Monif C’s designs are not for the faint of heart, and that is exactly why we love her. Bright colors, body conscious styles, and maximalist designs are the reason this independent designer is celebrating her 10 year anniversary. In the warmer months, keep an eye out for the swimwear collection. It’s just as bold as her clothing designs.
Tamara Pleated Skirt, $46.80, monifc.com