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Trendy Plus Size Clothing Stores Online: 29 Boutiques & Designers Worldwide With US Delivery

read how to find plus size designer clothes from all over the world

by Tina Boomerina (Christina Gregoire)

Here is my second list of groovy, trendy, plus-size clothing sites and fashion designers from around the world who deliver to curvy women in the USA (and other countries). This article is an update of my first list from two years ago, Plus Size Clothing for Women With International Shipping, and it’s about flipping time I added these new sites.

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Casual Plus Size Outfit Slink Boutique

A lot has changed in the last two years. Tons of clothing sites in the UK have gone global. And, a bunch of innovative fashion designers have finally realized that:

  • There are a zillion chicks who have inherited the same full-figured bodies that their mothers have.
  • And... these younger "sexy mamas" don’t want to look and dress like their mothers.

In other words, you and I are not going to have to learn to sew, after all.

No matter what size you are, no matter what age you are, you’re going to find something online that’s perfectomundo for your bod.

(Note: You should read my other article, too. I couldn’t fit all the good sites on here without creating a ridiculously unwieldy list.)

Designer Plus Size Clothing for Women Over 40, 50, 60:

This article is mostly for older women over 40, 50, or 60. If you’re a teenager or a 20-something, I’ll let you keep reading, because I know you’ll like some of these sites. But, you'll have to promise me that you won't blast my brain with rap music.

I'm a Plus Size... Bite Me:

For the first half of my life, I was so skinny that I couldn’t find trendy clothing that flattered my flat-chested body. Then, I had two children and I plumped out. Then, I took a hideous medication for a thyroid problem and I blimped out. The doctors said my body would go back to its normal size but it didn’t. Accckkk!

Well, I’ll never be a size 4 again... and... the point is that I’m used to finding designer duds (and cute knockoffs) in my size. And, I’m NOT happy when I can’t find what I want.

Hip Upscale Designer Fashion for Full Figured Women Worldwide:

This article is somewhat skewed towards the types of clothing I like. You’ll have to look around on these, and other, websites to find exactly what you like to wear. If I knew exactly what you were looking for, I'd put it on here. But, I don't.

I mean... I'm smart but I don't read minds. So, some of the following links go to Pinterest examples of what I like on these designer sites:

1. Wallis Live Unlimited: Up until recently, I was unfamiliar with Wallis, but then I saw some of their lookbooks and I started swooning. Bummer... nothing looked like it would fit me. Then, last week I noticed their new line of plus-size designer wear. Oh happy day. And, I thought you might like their stuff, too, so I decided to write this article. The first outfit in the main photo (at the top of the page) is a black plus-size tunic and a pair of plus-size floral trousers from Wallis. The look is a little bit boho and a little bit casual... in a chic, wear-it-out-to-dinner-in-Beverly-Hills kind of way. (Shipping to over 100 countries.)

After I saw that Wallis started a plus-size line, I started looking around in earnest. And, I'm happy to report that I found a bunch of other great websites you'll love that ship internationally.

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Colorful Plus Size Fashion

2. Anna Scholz: Anna is one of the first designers to steer away from all-black ensembles for curvy women. And, Anna has a brilliant sense of color. These photos (directly above) are from Marisota courtesy of prshots.com. (Shipping to 26 countries and the EU.)

3. Beige Plus: I had read about Beige when it first opened a few years ago, but I couldn't find anything about international shipping on their site. If you're in London, you should check out one of their stores. They mostly have conservative threads that are great for work, casual weekends, or cocktail hour, but these high-end goodies are true investment pieces. (International shipping. Click "My Location" in upper left to see shipping destinations.)

4. Slink Boutique: Slink is an online boutique with a tasty assortment of plus-size clothing from some of the best designers on any continent... many of them from THE continent... as this is a UK site. The blonde in the yellow sweater (in the photo near the top of this page) is modeling one of their outfits. (Worldwide delivery)

5. Melissa Masse: Check out MelissaMasse.com for some beautiful plus-size dresses, look around online, or contact Melissa for a custom-made piece at her Los Angeles studio: 323-653-2941. (International shipping)

High End Designer Clothing Plus Sizes Around the World:

Here are more great places to shop for designer fashions.

If you find a site you like, but you aren't sure if the website ships to your country, look for a flag at the top of the page. The flag icon is often where you can change the country and the currency. If you don't see a flag, look for words like shipping, delivery, customer service, or help.

plus size women's brands

Designer Brands Plus Size Nic n Zoe, giggi, Chesca

6. Nic n Zoe Plus Size: These designers have always come up with adorable, flattering cardigans that are perfect for travel, but I just realized they sell plus sizes, too. And, they have a line of beautiful, wrinkle-free separates that will take you anywhere from San Francisco to Paris in style. (Really. I don't just say that.) See their Seamed Riding Jacket in the photo above. (International shipping)

7. Igigi.com: I have always thought of this site as a designer of beautiful party dresses (check out the cute mulberry-print dress above), but Igigi's designers also create casual clothes that are perfect for work or travel. Igigi's fashions look like they are designed to flatter your curvy hips... and I have a feeling that her groovy threads will look absolutely, totally, exceptionally perfect on your pear-shaped or hourglass-shaped curves. I will be looking around this site in a bit to see what styles they recommend for my body type. (Shipping to over 70 countries)

8. La Redoute Taillissime: Check out the main photo at the top of this page. The burgundy parka, the fuchsia top with gray skirt, and the burgundy dress are from LaRedoute.com. (Taillissime is their in-house plus-size brand.) La Redoute is the only French site I have found that is easy to use. Hopefully there will be more. (Worldwide delivery)

Oh, flippingflusterballs! I need to continue this on another page. (Article continues.)

Click to finish reading about plus size brands with international shipping on page two.

Tina Boomerina (AKA Christina Gregoire) is a Baby Boomer born at the end of 1952. Her mission is to make the internet a kinder and gentler place for Baby Boomer women around the world. Tina's specialty is fashion for women over 50.

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  1. Stephanie Marlowe

    Another great article Christina! It's always been so hard to find cute, plus sized fashion. I usually buy most of my clothes from Lane Bryant, but you can bet that I'll be checking out a bunch of these new places, especially since I'm so cold now that it's getting closer to winter!

  2. Tina-Boomerina

    Dear Readers,

    Apparently some people didn't like my fat jokes. I assure you I am not making fun of you. I am laughing at the people who think there is some shame in not being a size 2.

    I would never laugh at you. And, I am upset that some people do not understand my humor.

    When I said that chubby chicks have big fat American Dollars burning holes in their big fat pockets... I meant that we are frustrated by the lack of good designer clothing... and the minute we see something good that fits our bodies we will pounce and buy it.

    And, I made fun of rap music. Duh. I'm a baby boomer. I prefer Nirvana and Hendrix and Clapton. Well... Nelly is good.

    Oh well, I took those "offensive" jokes off my article.
    Tina Boomerina

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  4. Laurie Rempp

    The pink winter coat at the top of the article (with the fur trim hood)...who makes that? It is soooooo pretty. Thanks!

    • Tina-Boomerina

      Laurie, it's from La Redoute (French design) but it's probably from last season when I wrote the article. You should see if they have something similar this season.

  5. EvelynSherdon

    I hate when find an ensemble and can't find where to buy it. Why put it there if you can't purchase.