Retailers are finally catching on to what plus-size women shoppers really want to see in stores,...
Retailers are finally catching on to what plus-size women shoppers really want to see in stores, ditching the older-looking loose look for trendier lines. It's a segment increasingly in focus with sales toppling $19.4B and claiming 32% of all women shoppers looking for apparel, according to data from NPD Group. Leading plus-size players: Torrid (HOTT), Limited (LTD), H&M, Lane Bryant (CHRS), and Lucky Brand (LIZ).
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