AbbeyPost Plus Size Marketplace
I’m a plus size girl. I find it incredibly frustrating that the majority of plus sized clothing falls into one of three categories: Janice from the Sopranos, Queen Elizabeth, or too expensive. Sure, there are times I wish to go the more demure route (God save the Queen!) but most of the time I just want to let my personality shine through without feeling like I’m wearing an ill-fitting or unstylish… thing, or looking like I belong on RuPaul’s Drag Race.
I’ll be honest, I was skeptical when I was asked to check out AbbeyPost.com. I have seen the range of plus size clothing on the interwebs through the years, and there are a few places I know I can shop at. I shy away from places like eBay because half the time it’s just too much drama. There are chains now that carry some plus sized stuff, and it’s totally cute (cough-oldnavy-cough) however, the sizing can be so wildly inconsistent that it just becomes a huge headache.
So ANYWAY, I was tickled when I logged on and immediately found myself saying “I would totally wear that.”
AbbeyPost isn’t just a retailer – they’re an entire marketplace of online plus sized clothing. You can find items that are both new with tags OR gently loved. You can find everything from dresses to sleepwear to accessories and even SHOES. (Hello shoes? This is Nicole calling and she loves you. Come live with her.) You can even shop by brand, size, or color. The prices aren’t outrageous, and there is really a healthy dose of something for everyone.
Here are a few things I found that I definitely wouldn’t mind hanging in my closet:
What are you waiting for? Head on over to AbbeyPost.com right now – make a free account – and start shopping!
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