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Universal standard is dedicated to providing buyers of all sizes a level of consideration and attention that is unfortunately not the current norm. The brand was created by Polina Veksler and Alex Waldman in 2015, with the aim of creating high quality clothing for women of all sizes.
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You may have seen the brand in the wild before, at retailers like Target. Today, Universal Standard is expanding its reach to new retailers, including QVC. QVC’s new capsule collection, dubbed Shape & Linedropped this month.
Form & Line offers clothes in sizes 00-40. Currently, the collection has seven items, including core items like Blue Jeans, t shirts, trousers and more. Collection prices range from $44 to $89. The brand has larger collections at other retailers, so the Form & Line collection may grow over time.
Universal Standard has consistently ranked at the top of our roundup of best places to buy plus size clothes online. We also reviewed and loved the John Seine, which are currently available in the Form & Line collection. Our reviewer “went from never wearing jeans to living and hiking in” Universal Standard’s denim, noting that “they feel good and look good, they’re also versatile and go with it. almost all”. The version of the Seine jeans available at QVC is actually a bit cheaper than the original line, which was priced at $98.
If you’re looking for lovingly crafted plus size clothing, you might want to take a look at the Universal standard line at QVC.
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