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Anthropologie adds plus-size clothing

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Anthropologie is upping its fashion game with a new plus-size category, APlus by Anthropologie.

The spring collection features the brand’s signature fun, charm and romance in sizes that include 16 to 26. The sizes are in select stores and at anthropologie.com.

With more than 120 styles, the new APlus selection features many of the store’s favorite labels such as Maeve, Pilcro and the Letterpress and Essentials by Anthropologie.

"This is an exciting starting point for Anthropologie. Our goal is to be a destination for everyone wanting to express their personal style and to feel like their best selves,” said Richa Srivastava, Anthropologie managing director of design. “At launch, we'll offer a great range of options and an exceptional shopping experience. We'll evolve both as we move forward, adding more styles and locations as we learn from customer feedback.”

"It's a joy to see APlus by Anthropologie come to life. We've been working toward this moment for a long time,” said Aly Kauffman, Anthropologie specialty sizes buyer. “We approached it in a considered way, taking the time to design a collection that would truly make our customer happy. APlus by Anthropologie is debuting with a vast assortment of styles and product categories – an assortment that we look forward to growing as our customer shares her wants and needs.”

Plus sizes will be featured in more stores later this year. Anthropologie’s size range now includes 00-16, petites 00 to 14 and plus-size 16 to 26.

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APlus, a new clothing collection at Anthropologie. Photo courtesy of Anthropologie, photographer Dan Martensen

APlus, a new clothing collection at Anthropologie. Photo courtesy of Anthropologie, photographer Dan Martensen

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