Party City Saves Money On Models, Just Makes Photos For Plus-Size Items Wider

Party City Saves Money On Models, Just Makes Photos For Plus-Size Items Wider

If you’re a costume store and have both misses’ and plus-sized tights and leggings to sell, there are two things you could do. You could hire models who fit into each respective product line, and take photos of their legs in each item. Or you could take pictures of a misses’ size model wearing the tights, then stretch out the images to create the illusion of a plus-size model. Party City did one of these. [More]

Why The Fashion Industry Can't Make Clothes That Fit Actual People

Why The Fashion Industry Can't Make Clothes That Fit Actual People

Another week, another article about brick-and-mortar stores phasing out their plus-sized clothing lines. (Edit: And here’s another!) For those who missed it, Tatiana the Anonymous Model over at Jezebel posted an interesting essay on the economics of women’s fashion, comparing pattern development issues designers face when developing both petite and plus sizes.

Go To The Black Macy's If You Want Plus-Sized Formal Dresses

Go To The Black Macy's If You Want Plus-Sized Formal Dresses

Amanda couldn’t find a fitting formal dress at Macy’s. Macy’s said they don’t cater to her plus-sized demographic, she should go to another Macy’s, which caters to more black women, who tend to be larger.