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Beth Ditto's Plus-Size Clothing Line is Finally Here

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Remember when we heard that Beth Ditto and John Paul Gaultier were collaborating on a fabulous plus-sized clothing line? Well, it's here! The line is inspired by Beth Ditto's rad thrifting skills, and is a decidedly un-boring addition to plus-sized fashion. She writes on her website that "we deserve the option to shop for ethically produced clothes that will last, pieces we can look incredible in season after season. Plus size fashion can and should include curated vintage and embroidery, beautiful silks and soft rayons in custom prints not chosen out of a mass-market manufacturing catalog!" The line starts at size 14. Dresses start at $198, skirts at $165, and shirts at $65. Join us in gazing at this beautiful, plus-friendly garments from heaven.

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Images Via Beth Ditto/bethditto.com

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