Best for: Contemporary day-to-night essentials
Beyond their well-known and coveted shoe collections, Vince Camuto also has a loyal following for their Plus apparel. The fashion-forward pieces include dresses that easily transition from desk-to-dinner, flowy blouses that can be worn for date night and the office, and seasonal buys that will instantly update a tired wardrobe. Prices start at $69 for blouses and cap off at $169 for dresses.
Best for: Easy, trendy casualwear
This classic family-favorite is known for its trendy casual-wear and reasonable prices. The store's Plus offerings include stylish weekend essentials and everyday staples, like the perfect summer eyelet tee or printed maxi dress. Best of all? Everything is priced below $60.
Best for: Designer for less
With two ongoing designer collaborations and an exclusive runway-inspired collection, 6th & Lane, Lane Bryant has mastered designer clothing at an affordable price. Included in the collections are day-to-day work staples, as well as lingerie, swim, and activewear, reasonably priced between $60 and $158.
Best for: Sophisticated work staples
A trusted resource for professional dressing, Talbots consistently stocks polished and feminine dresses, skirts, and blazers in work-appropriate silhouettes and prints—paying close attention to fit and price. An added bonus: In addition to their mainline plus section, they also have a category devoted to petites. Suiting prices range from $69 to $219.
Best for: Premium Denim
With a bevy of washes and cuts, ranging from ankle-length skinny jeans to wide-leg flares, Lucky Brand is a go-to for plus denim. The jeans are flattering and on-trend without skewing too young. Monochromatic washes and minimal whiskering lend a leg-lengthening effect. Priced all under $100.
Best for: Fashion-forward one-stop shopping
Torrid has transformed into a plus-size shopping mecca: stocking on-trend closet staples ranging from weekend essentials to formal wear, swim, and even a full range of accessories. Adding to the appeal, prices top out at $130.
Best for: Wardrobe basics
Want a few pieces to round out your fall wardrobe? H&M is a go-to for basics ranging from an A-line skirt to palm-printed joggers, plus a wide array of cotton tees. The season-less prints and transitional solids will work for years to come. And who can argue with price points below $70?
Best for: Seasonal buys
Looking for the perfect summery white dress? Or a 70s-inspired peasant blouse? Avenue curates their pieces according to trend and season, allowing you to build a cohesive wardrobe from the ground-up (or just sprinkle in a must-have or two), all priced below $100.