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    Question Clothing stores for plus-sized women

    Does anyone know of any good discount stores that have high-quality clothing for plus-sized women?

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    I have ordered from womanwithin.com. They have nice stuff at real good prices.

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    Thank`s for shareing ladies.

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    here is another
    http://www.alight.com/

    some of their prices are higher, but there are some things that are not bad. I found a nice place on ebay that sells cute shirts. I am not thrilled with their pants selection, but the shirts are really cute. The name of the seller is Funfash.

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    silhouettes.com plus size
    linen wears like iron. I buy classic linen pieces and they last for years.

    i always have good luck at walmart as well.

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    Don't forget JC Penney. They have a great selection, and the clothing is well made.

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    Believe it or not... Lands End.

    Sears bought out Lands End and I know they were recently having 70% off the off-season clothing, and go up to a 3x...

    Check out the site at home (Overstock area) and... If you order it on the computers in Sears, you even get free-shipping.


    http://www.landsend.com/ix/overstock...setPageSize=72

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    i forgot about www.fashionbug.com i just now got a shirt off there for half price.

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    i found a coupon code for buy one get one FREE from www.chadwicks.com so you can either use it there or you can use it over at www.onestopplus.com
    you still have to pay for s/h on the free item, but i just bought a pair of capris and got a 29.99 dollar shirt for free.

    can i post the coupon code here? if not, just go to www.retailmenot.com and type in chadwicks in the search. its the second coupon code on that page.

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