We thought we would have some fun and go on a hunt for some fabulous green plus size pieces to get us in the mood for St. Patrick’s Day this Saturday. Finding fabulous green pieces wasn’t as easy as we thought it would be; we found that a lot of retailers carry a very limited selection of green clothing pieces or none at all (except for ASOS CURVE who had many pieces to choose from). I guess it is just not that popular of a colour. What do you think, are you a big fan of green or do you just save it for St. Patrick’s Day?

1. ASOS CURVE: Midi Dress With Peter Pan Collar, Was $98.48 Now $68.93 2. Macy’s: DKNYC Sleeveless Ruffled Belted A-Line Dress, $129.00 3. Sonsi: ‘Miranda’ Draped Jersey Gown by Monif C, $242.05

4. Nordstrom: Ellen Tracy Short A-Line Jacket, $122.6 5. Torrid: Doe – Green Keep Calm Drink On Tee, $28.50 6. Addition Elle: Slub Hoodie, $49.99

7. ASOS CURVE: Exclusive Pencil Skirt With Pleat Waist, $53.72 8. Dorothy Perkins: Green pleat waist dress, Was £35.00 Now £20.00 9. Nordstrom: Not Your Daughter’s Jeans® ‘Alisha’ Ankle Jean, $118.45

3 Comments

  • I like most of this but why sell clothes on skinny models when the audience is plus sized … Numbers 7-9 in particular.

    • We know! Unfortunately with some companies and brands those are the models that they choose to use. It is up to plus size women everywhere to write these companies and tell them how they feel and try to make a change! It is hard though, especially with UK models (ASOS), even though to us they seem skinny, they are still considered plus size. It seems like a long road ahead but so much is happening in way of changes, especially with the number of brands offering plus sizes, which is amazing!

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