If a celebrity isn’t breaking the internet, then they are doing the whole internet thing wrong. We fangirled over the campaign because esteemed editor Lindsay loved seeing Bey’s unretouched thighs in workout mode.
It’s no shock that the much anticipated athleisure line, Ivy Park, also known by some as god’s gift to fashion, would completely smash the internet. Loyal fans woke up bright and early, wide eyed with excitement like they were all little Laverne Cox’s on Christmas morning getting a card from Beyonce, to order ALL OF THE IVY PARK. To the dismay of some, Ivy Park wasn’t what they asked for.
Sounding off on twitter, some some curvy think that Ivy Park is not size inclusive. Currently, Ivy Park offers sizes XXS=2 to XL/XXL= 12/14 . See the reactions on Twitter below:
My feelings aren’t hurt about Ivy Park not going past XL. Top Shop doesn’t provide plus size I’m not in their demographic.
— Kay Dupree (@AdoreMyCurves) April 14, 2016
IDK what y’all are talking about – I got my plus size #IvyPark this morning! pic.twitter.com/BfmyA0piOf
— Jodie Layne (@jodielayne) April 14, 2016
So plus size people gotta workout and lose weight jus so they can fit in Ivy Park athletic wear
— Shirai Ryu (@VirgoShirai) April 14, 2016
Would’ve been super dope if Ivy Park offered plus size options. Am I surprised it doesn’t? No. But still.
— Fat Mandi (@iMandice) April 14, 2016
I see comments about #IvyPark in plus size, but Topshop has never carried anything in plus
— Garnerstyle (@GarnerStyle) April 14, 2016