Refinery29 asks: “Why Is Shopping For Vintage Plus-Size Clothing So Hard?

Shopping When You’re Plus-Size Isn’t Therapeutic, Just Ask Plus-Size Women.

This was also an interesting read: “For Fashion To Be Truly Inclusive, There Needs To Be Plus-Size Education.”:

“But the key to a size-inclusive future is not only through demanding change from pre-existing brands. Rather, it is through preparing the next generation of game-changers to be inclusive from the start, while they are still in school. That requires an increase in size-inclusive education, a topic that is still heavily lacking at many fashion colleges.”

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Nemosmom thinks this stylish couple in their seventies are simply the best.

She also thought this was another fab footwear choice by Kamala Harris.

Runcarla was intrigued to see Lululemon bucking the trend, and actually looking to expand their brick-and-mortar presence.

She was also pleased to see that another Jil Sander for Uniqlo collection is in the works.

JAileen found this article about Ruth Bader Ginsburg discussing her collars and what they meant fascinating.

Vildy says: “There seems to be a perennial ’70s revival trend, but I wouldn’t have guessed this one: the ’70s sleazy guy.”

“If you’re coming up in a time where you’re told your body is not fashionable or you can’t find nice clothes to buy because brands aren’t making clothes for you, are you really going to keep your clothes?” Nuancedream adds: “This article is from 2018, but it clearly explains why there is a dearth of plus-size vintage clothing.”