Junior plus--for *all* ages

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Posted by HSG on June 18, 2005 at 22:15:08:

In Reply to: Dillard's junior plus posted by Emily on June 18, 2005 at 01:16:04:

The junior end of plus-size fashion consistently produces the most attractive items in the industry, which is why many self-confident full-figured women are looking past the "junior" label, and purchasing items in this category, even if they do not fall into the "junior" demographic.

Here is the cute dress that Emily mentioned:

Dillard's did everything right with its plus line: it bought its apparel from the same designers that Torrid often uses (the above dress is from Ruby Rox, and the top that Emily mentioned is from Eyeshadow, another designer that creates very attractive feminine fashions), and it is promoting them on genuinely full-figured models.

Note in particular that Dillard's did not make the above model wear any kind of figure-constricting "shapewear" in promoting this fitted dress. That kind of "body gear" is always self-defeating; it compresses the figure into a visibly unnatural shape, and it draws undue attention to itself (the wearer always looks like she is wearing some kind of stiff cardboard underneath her clothes). The shapely silhouette of a fitted dress, as it embraces the body's natural contours, is infinitely more attractive.

(As others have pointed out here before--all curves are beautiful.)

And speaking of natural curves, that is why Torrid continues to be the junior-plus leader: it continues to showcase its designs on the industry's most genuinely curvaceous models, a practice which inspires tremendous loyalty on the part of its customers.

Torrid princess modelling another lovely "skin-baring" style:

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