J.Crew Becomes More ‘Size Inclusive’ With Women’s Clothes Going Up To 5X
J.Crew became more “size-inclusive,” launching a collection of clothes Tuesday that go up to size 5X.
Clothing retailer J.Crew teamed up with brand Universal Standard to create clothes for diverse body types ranging from sizes XXS to 5X, according to Glamour magazine. The new collection showcases minimal designs with prices running from $50 to $150, according to J.Crew’s website. (RELATED: You Can Now Buy Feminist Shirts For Boys At J.Crew)
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J.Crew previously caused attention for their boy’s collection with brand Prinkship, which included pink shirts with the caption “I’m a feminist too” in May.
Other popular clothing brands launched size inclusive clothing options. Shoe brand Jeffrey Campbell also created a size inclusive boots, designed for women with thicker legs in June, according to Refinery29. Eco-friendly clothing line Reformation launched their first plus-size clothing line in March, according to Fashionista.com.
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