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The Best Luxury Brands For Plus Size Women

February 16, 2023
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This article showcases our top picks for the Luxury Brands For Plus Size. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Tanya Taylor

This product was recommended by Kelly-Lynne Russell Guy from TheLowLowStyle

Tanya Taylor has some of the most consistently luxurious clothing for plus-size bodies. When I shop from her site I know the item will fit me perfectly and will be made with the shape of actual bodies (not sized up from a straight-size model). Her designs continue to be timeless assets season after season in my closet. A dress I bought four years ago continues to be one of my favorites –despite getting caught in a literal flood once– and despite my body changing.

Wray NYC

This product was recommended by Jennifer Jones from Beginner Guitar HQ

A graduate of California College of the Arts followed by extended studies at Parsons School of Design, Paris, Wray Serna cut her teeth at Issey Miyake and Rachel Comey before venturing out on her own. Born of Serna’s interest in art and design, each season builds on influences from sculpture, painting, and beyond to create clothes which are focused on both form and function. While her collections are designed and developed in NYC, every garment is created ethically at a fair-trade operations in India, Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Peru. Wray resides in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and two dogs.

Pari Passu

This product was recommended by Jennifer Jones from Beginner Guitar HQ

Pari Passu brings equality to what has been a very one-sided conversation but, we need your voice too. We want to hear from you—what you want and need. Tell us how we’re doing—only you can tell us what will make you happy. And at the end of the day, that’s all we want to do!

J Jason Wu – Fashion

This product was recommended by Caitlyn Parish from Cicinia

When you are voluptuous, it is more challenging to find the right fit. Fortunately, if you have the budget and wish to look gorgeous and sophisticated, Jason Wu is here to the rescue. He collaborated with QVC to make his plus-size collection more accessible to the market. His designs will surely flatter your curves which will boost your confidence.


This product was recommended by Scott Krager from WODReview

One of the best brands I have come across for the plus size is Henning. The rise of made-to-measure plus size options has been a slow burn and most brands don’t offer the precise collection and quality of that while Henning is a brand founded by a plus size model and fashion editor. In my opinion, this is every plus-size woman’s answer to go for when it comes to luxury staples.

The Hour London

This product was recommended by Dan Farrant from Hello Music Theory

This brand was developed especially for women to embrace themselves with stylish outfits. The Hour London makes outfits of sizes up to US32. The main aim of this brand is to frame the figures by their outfit. The Hour London makes* all types* of dresses for every occasion.


This product was recommended by Emilia from UK Bad Credit Loans

When Lucas Zunz was operating a luxury brand’s womenswear eCommerce business in 2017, he kept acquiring requests for sizes ranging from 16-20 US, which it didn’t make at that moment. He believed the minimal and clean aesthetic, which is accurate in straight-size brands, was non-existent. Other brands’ plus-size categories are more like an afterthought instead of being accepted as part of their business model and offering. However, the shortage of elevated options in the plus-size market from this category, representing more than 60% of Americans, encouraged him to build this brand.

Big Bud Press

This product was recommended by Steve Anderson from Junk Yard Near Me

In addition to opposing sweatshops, Big Bud Press emphasizes ethical and regional production. Their unisex collections include well-designed fundamentals, including thermals, overalls, printed jumpsuits, and wrap shirts. The apparel brand in Los Angeles offers information on fit, materials, and color to internet shoppers.

Tamara Malas

This product was recommended by Steve Anderson from Junk Yard Near Me

The Tamara Malas line features bold statement items, quilted designs, velvety soft fabrics, and knits that exude major main character energy. Tamara Malas, the company’s founder and namesake is a fellow plus-size friend whose designs are ethically produced. Bold prints and accessories should not be avoided.

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