ASOS to launch plus size range – ASOS Curve

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The wonderful girls from ASOS broke the brilliant news on Twitter today that ASOS – the folks responsible for the fab (non plus-size) items above – will soon be branching out into the plus size market with new called ASOS Curve. It’ll cater for sizes 20 – 26 and they’re currently looking for fit models, so if you’re a Big Girl who fits the criteria, you could be one step away from ensuring an almost custom-made collection!

ASOS need someone who can spare a couple of hours a week to try on ASOS Curve clothing. They’re looking for someone who’s 5ft 5″ tall with the following measurements:

Bust: 116cm
Waist: 98cm
Hip: 124cm

If you fit the bill, check out the listing on ASOS for details of how to apply. I’ll keep you posted as soon as I hear more details about the range. Judging by the mainline collection, this should be a trend-lead, stylish and affordable range so I can’t wait to see what they come up with!

  • http://alexandragoldstein.co.uk Alex

    Even though I’m now a 14 and don’t generally need to head for the plus size ranges, I’m still really keen to hear news like this as I remember how hard it was to find decent, youthful, attractive clothes, cut properly for a fuller figure when I was a 16, 18 and 20.

    Sometimes even the plus size ranges get it wrong, with too narrow sleeves and or items that are too short(though thank God I think we’ve seen the last of the tents and smocks that make even some skinny people look heavily pregnant).

    Sounds like ASOS is on course to create something actually useful – I’ve forwarded the model details to some people I think might fit the bill.
    .-= Alex´s last blog ..This week on BitchBuzz: simple recipes and women’s resources =-.

  • http://alexandragoldstein.co.uk Alex

    Even though I’m now a 14 and don’t generally need to head for the plus size ranges, I’m still really keen to hear news like this as I remember how hard it was to find decent, youthful, attractive clothes, cut properly for a fuller figure when I was a 16, 18 and 20.

    Sometimes even the plus size ranges get it wrong, with too narrow sleeves and or items that are too short(though thank God I think we’ve seen the last of the tents and smocks that make even some skinny people look heavily pregnant).

    Sounds like ASOS is on course to create something actually useful – I’ve forwarded the model details to some people I think might fit the bill.
    .-= Alex´s last blog ..This week on BitchBuzz: simple recipes and women’s resources =-.

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  • http://www.pasazz.net/blog Sarah

    Very much looking forward to this launch! Have never bough from here before, as though sizes were too small for me, so definitely looking forward to this :)
    .-= Sarah ´s last blog ..Introducing Plus Size Fashion TV =-.

  • http://www.pasazz.net/blog Sarah

    Very much looking forward to this launch! Have never bough from here before, as though sizes were too small for me, so definitely looking forward to this :)
    .-= Sarah ´s last blog ..Introducing Plus Size Fashion TV =-.

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