7 brands for curvy girls you need to try
As it gets warmer outside, it’s time to embrace the thot weather and wear as little as possible.
But if you’re a curvy babe like myself, you sometimes struggle with finding brands that cater to your shape, are cute and are not expensive af.
Through lots of social media research and asking around, I’ve created a list in no particular order of seven perfect brands that cater to girls with thick thighs. Check it out below and let us know of any other brands to check out!
1. Fashion Nova
Everyone literally knows about Fashion Nova, but I don’t think many people are hip to their “curve” section.
I’ve been shopping at Fashion Nova since they launched a few years ago, but about a year ago they introduced Fashion Nova Curve, and I love it. Their clothes already have a lot of stretch but if you’re one of those curvy girls who need a little more, this is definitely for you.
Most of their items go to 3XL and all their fabric gives you an additional stretch, and unlike some brands who hike their prices on their extended sizes, there’s no increase for larger sizes.
Plus they have so many items and are updating their items daily and always have a sale, or maybe one of your fave Instagram girl has a discount code with them. Either way you will never pay full price for FN if you do your homework. Win/win!
2. Shop Love Yourz
Shop Love Yourz is such a cute everyday brand for jackets, tops & jeans or leggings for curvy girls only.
Their owner, Cat Li, is also a model so she knows just what’s popping at the industry at the time.
Their sizing is more junior plus size in comparison to other brands. So if you’re like a 14, 16, or 18 in jeans and medium/large in tops this brand will fit you perfectly.
Don’t forget to check the brand’s tagged images. Many women will tag their outfit, especially bloggers, so you’re able to see how the items look on their actual customers.
3. Forever 21
F21 Plus is a great reliable brand to go to when in doubt.
Although you can’t really find super cheap stuff like you can with their regular items, they’re still pretty cheap. I’ve gotten a few pairs of jeans that fit me perfect in the thighs and waist, which is damn near impossible to achieve.
Their clothes are great quality and I’m so glad they finally have a section in every store at this point, so you’re able to try things on, which you can’t do for the previously listed brands because they’re online only.
ASOS is probably online shoppers’ favorite brand because they literally put everything on sale at some point.
It’s more like a marketplace because you can get different brands, items, accessories and clothes. They also have a wide selection in their ASOS Curve collection.
I personally don’t love their jean fit because its wider in the waist, but I could easily get them taken in if I wasn’t so lazy. They have sales often, student discounts, and their shipping is pretty fast. Returning items isn’t a hassle so if you aren’t hip to this brand you’re a good five years behind.
5. Pink Club Wear
Pink Club Wear is a brand I’m recently learning about that carries sizes 1x-3x and carries daytime to nightlife fits for an affordable price.
Judging from their social media, they don’t have sales too often, but they do have a sales page on their website were select items are being discounted. PCW is online based only and has a large online customer based so you can see how their items fit.
6. Fashion to Figure
Fashion to Figure is the ultimate brand not only because they carry sizes 12-16, but because all their items are lit.
If you see something on their Instagram you can shop their feed instead of having to search all through their website for that one cute top or whatever. They have over 25 store locations and feature women who make being curvy look good.
They’re getting ready to drop their swimwear line and new clothes for summer so this is the perfect time to check them out.
7. GS Love
This is a new brand that I recently tried and love. Beware that they’re junior and plus, so some items may run small. I ordered one XL top and it wasn’t true to size. All my other items were perfect but it can be easy to mix up what’s junior adult and what’s strictly plus size.
Their price range is a little higher but their items are similar to other boutiques who charge double, so this is definitely the plug. I saw a dress from GS Love on another site for $70, I got it for $30. So it’s cheaper than other brands but can easily add up.