ASOS Gives Us The Raddest Plus-Size Collection Ever

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    All too often, “plus-size fashion” can be an oxymoron — more unflattering-garments-designed-to-hide-your-body fashion. So, thank goodness for the retailers and designers who don't stand for that. The fall line from ASOS Curve is filled with figure-flattering picks, none of which skimp on style.

    The collection, available now on ASOS, is made up of embellished jewel-toned slip dresses, leather accessories & separates, and structured coats. It’s a definite departure from the baggy, shapeless plus-size options of yore, and we are very into it. Bonus points: All the pieces in the line are under $200 bucks. Fashion-forward, flattering, and affordable? Okay, ASOS. Now you’re just showing off.

    Photo: Courtesy of ASOS

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