Fashion is personal and continues to evolve.
The plus size fashion industry has changed, even if it has been slow-coming. And the latest campaign from plus size fashion retailer Roaman’s is proof of that.
Roaman’s is the perfect example of a brand that has evolved over the decades. And it continues to grow. This is an ad from 1961…
Fast forward to 2019. Their latest #IAMRoamans campaign features customers and influencers who are visibly plus in a range of sizes, showing that plus sizes do not stop at a size 18.
If you look good, you feel good and seeing models that reflect a range of sizes being offered inspires women to buy more because they can get a better idea on how that outfit will look on their body. Also, seeing a body that looks like yours can be empowering and confidence-building.
“Roaman’s is a brand that my mom and I grew up wearing. It wasn’t a go-to brand for me when I was younger since there was a lack of trendy junior-plus options, so I made it work. Now I’m so happy at everything coming full circle and that I can be a part of their evolution to offer more fashion that’s on-trend and accessible to women above a size 24.
It was an honor to be a plus size black woman who wears between a size 18 to 24, front and center in a major fashion campaign. I think many brands are afraid to showcase larger sizes. I hope this campaign shows that women a size 16 and above can market to customers and have them react positively to seeing someone larger. We deserve to see ourselves and I hope more brands follow their lead.”
And we’re sure you noticed that our own Editor-in-Chief Maddy Jones is one of the faces of this campaign, along with blogger/influencer Dani Sauter of Blonde in the District, plus size model Christina Mendez and Roaman’s customers Stacy and Brenda.
Here’s some additional images from this empowering campaign:
Click here to see more of the #IAMRoamans campaign.
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