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J. Crew Finally Expanded Its Clothing to Include Plus Sizes

This story originally appeared on by Ruthie Friedlander.

Today, July 10, marks the first step toward J. Crew breaking down the walls that have for so long kept tens of millions of consumers from being able to shop in their stores. While definitely long overdue, we're excited to announce that J. Crew has teamed up with size-inclusive brand (and basically size scientists who make sure design is never compromised for the sake of fit), Universal Standard to rethink the brand's entire approach to sizing and fit across all categories. (Related: ThirdLove Added 24 More Bra Sizes and They Now Have a 1.3 Million-Person Waitlist)


Photo: J. Crew


Photo: J. Crew

“Because great style and great fit are important to all of our customers, thoughtful sizing and attention to fit are at the center of our design process," Lisa Greenwald, J. Crew's chief merchandising officer tells exclusively. "We’re honored to have partnered with Universal Standard, experts in the field, on this collection which kicks off a much larger rollout of extended sizes, new fits, and fabrications across the brand. We’re on a mission to make great style available to everyone." (Related: Model Hunter McGrady Just Launched a (Sexy, Affordable) Plus-Size Swimwear Collection)


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Expect to find what you always find (and love) at J. Crew, but now in sizes ranging from XXS-5X. Yes, that's right. You won't get different offerings based on your sizing from this capsule. All items will come in all size runs: amazing stripes, serviceable sundresses, and workwear pieces you'll actually want to wear outside of the office. Imagine that. And get this: nothing is over $250. (Related: 11 Chunky "Dad Sneakers" That Will Actually Look Cute On You)


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You can shop the entire collection on now.


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