Modcloth’s New Collection Features Figure-Flattering Dresses for All Sizes

It’s not every day we can come out and say that a collection hits all of these notes:

A. Works for nearly every body type, from petites to plus-size.

B. Totally wallet-friendly.

C. So incredibly stylish that you won’t be able to settle on just one piece.

So it’s with great excitement that we introduce you to Modcloth’s first-ever branded clothing collection. The 13-year-old retailer of vintage-inspired apparel and housewares has brought its signature quirky, girly flavor to the line, whose pieces all retail for under $150 and are available in an impressive size range of XS to 4X. The brand went to great lengths to offer the right proportions for different body types, even hiring two fit models to fit the collection (most brands use just one).

The brand took to its fans on social media to add features they were looking for, resulting in pockets in all dresses and silky linings that are smooth to the touch.

Here are some of our favorites from the new collection, including colorful blouses, belted coats, and fantastic printed dresses that can work for the office, a date, and the weekend (the fashion trifecta!).


The Festive Frondescence Dress, $140


Team Leader top, $50; Saturday Sojourn Skirt, $60


Fiore Your Entertainment Dress in Flora, $100


Bonbon Nuit Dress, $90


Teacher’s Top, $40; Profound Pizzazz Skirt in Garden, $60


Archive the Power Dress, $100


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