Forever 21's Plus Size Collection Is Expanding To Include Lingerie & Swimwear — PHOTOS
One look at Forever21's Plus Size Collection and you'll find trendy pieces like floral-print dresses, crop tops, and ripped jeans, but it's about to get even better. According to WWD, Forever21 has expanded its plus size collection to include swimwear and lingerie, on top of even more trendy outfits and accessories. This has been a longtime coming, and fans are already excited to shop the selection.
There's no denying that Forever21's plus size line is one of the trendiest out there. Established in 2009, the brand offers everything from jeans and shorts to trendy tops in sizes XL to 3X. Although the size range is staying the same, the brand has officially added swimwear and lingerie into the mix. The entire new line is up and ready to shop on the website, and there's everything from bold printed one-pieces and mesh cut-out bikinis to fishnet jumpsuits and lacy robes. The pieces are super affordable, as usual, ranging from $7 to $58.
“We launched Forever 21 Plus in 2009 as we felt that there was a big gap in the market for trend-driven, plus fashion at a great value,” Forever 21 vice president of merchandising Linda Chang told WWD. “Our instincts were right and now ‘plus’ is a key category for us. We’re relaunching Forever 21 Plus in response to a growing customer demand for more styles and fashion.”
The line is getting a few new faces too. Plus size models Barbie Ferreira and Lulu Bonfils are starring in the campaign. A video promoting the new line is up on YouTube right now to give you a small look at the trendy outfits that have already hit the site. There's a whole lot of '90s-styled chokers, off the shoulder dresses, and moto jackets.
People are pretty excited about the new additions too. The lingerie and swimwear lines are getting a lot of praise on Twitter thus far. Here's what fans have to say about the Forever21 Plus revamp.
The lingerie line is a hit already!
Don't knock it until you try it.
They're loving the new faces too.
Yes, all caps is necessary.
Needless to say, people are pretty excited about this change.