PRLog - Feb. 14, 2013 - HOUSTON -- Plus size designer clothes - Despite the fact that the average American woman is a size 14 and one third of all American women wear a size 16 or larger, there remains a lack of plus size designer clothes.
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You may be disappointed that your favorite designer does not extend their range to include larger sizes. If you know where to look, however, there are many options for you larger ladies. The internet is the place to start and you may stumble across a designer you love whose collection you weren't familiar with.
Most people have heard of Marina Rinaldi, who trained with Max Mara and seems to effortlessly create top quality, classic yet contemporary clothing. At Marina Rinaldi website you can enter your city to find your nearest store and view the latest collection.
For another Italian designer collection which is perhaps aimed at a younger, trendier plus size woman, Elena Miro offers a substantial range in size 12 to size 26 in casual wear through to special occasion and cocktail wear. At the moment her collection isn't available in the US but is often available on eBay.
Another superb designer of plus size designer clothes is Anna Scholz. She herself is a beautiful size 26 woman who has created a name for herself as a designer of adventurous, vibrant youthful clothes.
For plus size designer clothes from France, Alain Weiz is a designer who really seems to know what fuller figured woman are looking for and his collection covers every possible occasion. His exciting, abundant use of print, beading and embroidery results in truly fabulous designs. Rondissimo Paris provides up to date information and a list of cities where his collection is stocked.
You should also check out the online showcase for long-established designer Diddier Parakian. He designs with passion and sensuality in mind and the great news is that he has recently launched Anathea, his collection for plus size women. The bad news is that customers from the US can only buy online at the moment.
Gradually more and more designers are acknowledging that not all women are a size 8 and the options available for plus size designer clothes should continue to grow.
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