Monday, June 24, 2013

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HuffPostStyle (@HuffPostStyle) tweeted at 7:30 AM on Mon, Jun 24, 2013:
Women who primarily wear plus-sizes are twice as likely than those who wear standard sizes to shop online

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1 comment:

west majinney interiors said...

Great article, and timely, as I just plunked down over $600 online for new clothes for Spring. Not a huge chunk of change, but for me, that's quite a bit.
Retailers are really missing out, for one, because plus size women usually spend more money per item, need better fit and more structured clothing, and would enjoy that "shoppers experience" especially with an alterations service.
Clothing for plus size in-store are bland and boring, rather matronly, unless you go to Torrid and then you look like a dominatrix.
Give me stylish and classy clothes in a variety of colors any day. I'll continue to shop online until somebody wakes up and offers in-store plus size.