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3 Great Ways to Save on Women’s Plus Size Fashion Clothing

The plus-size fashion industry is now generating millions of dollars of revenue, and if you are wearing plus-size clothes, you know the actual cost of fashion all too well. Unluckily, plus-size fashion is sometimes priced at a premium, making it hard to stay within your personal budget. According to the general public survey report, the average American woman has a waist limits of 36.5 inches and a dress size of 14, which is usually considered plus size. It is clear that ever more of the population is needing that plus-size fashion be offered to the people at a decent price.

Obviously, while you wait for the world of fashion to catch up with real life, you still may have to get innovative with your budget if you wear plus sizes. There is any number of reasons for higher prices, including high-class brands and premium quality fabrics. Fortunately, if you know where to find it, you will never have to pay a high price for the perfect fit. Here in this article, we are going to share the most valuable shopping tips for plus size clothing to make your way straight to the savings.  

Go for Shop Online

If you are unsatisfied with the lack of sizing and selection in brick-and-mortar stores, check online inventory. Because online stores have the ability to maintain inventory from some warehouses, you will be able to score an extensive collection of sizes by checking online store websites instead. Just make certain always to check a retailer's sizing chart before you purchase to your perfect fit. Here is keep a list of online retailers and our current size in a notebook, so you’ll always know which size to buy from each. Here are few stores that carry a plus-size range online:

  • Lane Bryant: Carries up to 14/16 to 6/28
  • H & M: Carries up to size 28 or 3XL
  • Avenue: Carries size up to 14 or larger
  • Asos Curve: Carries up to size 24
  • Forever 21: Carries up to size 20 or 3XL
  • Old Navy: Carries up to a 30
  • Macy’s: Carries up to a 24W

Each of these stores has a huge range of plus-size clothes and regularly offers sales and coupon codes to cut down costs even further. For example, if you’re going to purchase a dress from Lane Bryant online store then you can take advantage of most recent Lane Bryant coupons to save extra dollars. Similarly if you’ve decided to buy a beautiful top from Avenue then never forget to check Avenue coupons and promotional deals. Always remember to check shipping and return policies before ordering from an online store.

Check Discount Stores

One great source for lower-cost plus-size fashion clothing is discount stores, such as TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Burlington Coat Factory, and Ross. These stores buy out-of-seasons or overstocked goods from brand-name and department stores, and then sell them at a deep discount. And additionally, these discount stores regularly have more collection regarding plus-size fashion at the cheap rates. Even if you are totally in love with one specific brand of clothing and then you can also get something for you from discount stores.

Be Loyal

Often, staying loyal to one retailer or brand is a way for overspending, especially if it causes you to miss great promotional deals elsewhere. But there are moments when loyalty can pay off in shopping. Points programs and Loyalty cards are ideal if you like to shop at one particular store. Retailers such as Torrid, Lane Bryant, Maurices and all offer some types of loyalty perks in the form of points redeemable for coupons, cash, and special members-only discounts. These incentives can genuinely add up, offering huge savings on the stores you would be shopping at anyway. Never be afraid to ask about loyalty cards and incentives during the checkout process.

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