Kendall & Kylie have launched a new plus size and curvy line through a collaboration with Ashley Stewart and they are having a Black Friday sale. Also showcasing new fall colors, the collaboration ensures that women of all sizes and shapes can now wear the glamorous and fashionable styles Kendall & Kylie are known for and have them fit comfortably. Kendall & Kylie designed the outfits, but some say that though they applaud Kendal & Kylie for the designs, they need more and the line doesn’t have enough. What they do have; however, is being praised for their colors, lines, fabrics, and style.
It’s a step in the right direction for Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner as their family has always focused on presenting an image that is considered socially perfect. Kendall and Kylie aren’t plus size women and some feel that they should have included plus and curvy size clothes from the onset of their business.
Still, there are many pieces that are being widely recognized for their glam and the Kendall & Kylie sequined, one-shoulder crop- top with matching sequined, wide-leg pant in burgundy is becoming a holiday favorite. The outfit runs from size 10 to 24.
Also popular is the black satin jumpsuit that drapes across the body and accentuates a woman’s curves. It’s feminine and romantic feel makes it a popular choice for the holidays.
Again, there are many in the plus-size community who don’t feel the sizes run large enough for all curvy women to wear.
Kendall & Kylie announced a Black Friday sale with the new Curvy Collection as well.
“Available now 🖤 Shop the exclusive curvy collection with @byashleystewart during #blackfriday with up to 40% off everything – click the link in our bio to shop your fave styles before they’re gone 🖤”
You may see a video that Kendall & Kylie shared on their official Instagram page showcasing some of the outfits from the new collection in the video player below.
What do you think about the new Kendall & Kylie curvy collaboration with Ashley Stewart?
Do you agree with those who feel the collection should have been included when Kendall & Kylie first launched? Do you think the sizes are inclusive?