It is a truth universally acknowledged that brands should be serving up sizes for everyone.
One person the media HAS to pay attention to, you know aside from all the women demanding sexier options on the internet, is Melissa McCarthy. She’s a buster of ghosts, and false statements about the jumpsuits she makes.
E! Online asked her how to get rid of the “plus-size” label. She said this:
I think chip away at it and stop making it a thing. I’m trying with my line. Every time someone says you make a plus-size line, I try and correct them and I say I make clothes for women. I’m not making a plus-size line. If a plus-size store or if a store of certain sizes buys those, that’s what’s going in there. But on my website, on HSN, I’m just making women’s clothing.
So, dear media, Melissa McCarthy does not make a so-called “plus-size line.” She makes clothing for women. For a list of other brands that do, and do it in the most stylish way possible, check out our RunwayRiot awards
Note the key word she is “trying,” and yet people still label it for a certain kind of women. Glad she’s clearing that up. Also this was another important thing she did.