5 Plus-Size-Friendly Workwear Brands You Should Be Shopping

Working 9-to-5 (or in today's landscape, 8-to-7), comes with enough challenges. Finding work-appropriate clothes that fit — and fit well — shouldn't be one of them. When you're downing a coffee and racing through your commute to make a morning meeting, peeking down to notice your boobs have caused your ill-fitting shirt's buttons to pop open (again) should be a thing of the past. Luckily, the five brands ahead have launched new workwear collections meant to help curvy and plus-size women get through their day sans wardrobe malfunctions.
From blazers to leather dresses, button-ups to cropped trousers, these labels have all of the workwear basics (with style-friendly twists) you need to build the perfect fit work-appropriate wardrobe. Fire your too small button-front shirt and promote yourself to one of these plus-size picks ahead.
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LOFT Plus
This past winter, LOFT announced it would be premiering a new extended sizes collection. The extensive offset, LOFT Plus, carries basics, current trends, and work-appropriate garments ranging from sizes 16-26.
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Eloquii
On Thursday, Eloquii introduced its Premier Work Kit, a Monday-through-Friday-focused collection featuring office approved separates all priced between $37 to $120. They're currently running a deal where you can save 10% off your order of two items from the collection, and 15% off three or more items.
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Rachel Roy Collection
Curvy women will already be familiar with Rachel Rachel Roy, Rachel Roy's lower-priced brand that is available in plus-sizing. Starting September 17, she'll be launching a new line, Rachel Roy Collection, that's all about thoughtful tailoring and polished designs that will be available in contemporary and curvy sizing. Expect work basics like blazers, trousers, loose-fitting blouses, and dresses that all have a modern twist, be it in color, print, or silhouette. RRC will launch exclusively in select Nordstrom stores, Nordstrom.com, and RachelRoy.com.
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CoEdition x Hutch
CoEdition, a curated style destination that exclusively carries sizes 10 and up, have released a capsule collection with NYC label Hutch. Here you'll find more fall friendly pieces that double up well for your office wardrobe.
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Prologue
If you're not running to Target yet for its new Prologue launch, now is a good time to consider doing so. The all under-$50 brand just launched today and is a mecca for corporate-friendly clothing that still reflects an element of personal style.
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