December 22, 2009

An Open Letter to Target

Dear Target Corporation,

Please make your designer collaboration lines in larger sizes. If its possible to make your very own private plus size label (Merona), then there is no reason why designer collaborations cannot do the same, right? Rodarte, Anna Sui, and the upcoming Zac Posen collection are just a few of the events in which myself and many other plus size women were excluded - and will continue to be until sizes change.
Do Fatshionistas not deserve to wear the same clothing as "straight size" customers? Its such a shame because you could have easily earned my dollars if pieces came in a 22/24.
Target, I hope to one day see a change in your ways. If not for me, then for upcoming plus sizes that deserve equal shopping opportunities.

Your loyal plus size shopper,
Amanda

2 comments:

  1. Mandy your name twinDecember 22, 2009 at 6:21 PM

    Thats cool that you emailed them! I can fit into some plus sized stuff, regular sizes, and juniors. I am kind of shocked at Target because their plus size clothes are generally drab and grandma-ish. Their juniors stuff is cute but the fits vary soo much! AND their regular sizes NEVER come in tall. I think I should write them too and tell them to start carrying tall sizes. In fact, me and Andy went to Kohl's and he couldn't find tall stuff. We buy all our tall clothes online, shipping gets expensive so I buy when I can find deals. Ahhh... we should do a plus size/tall people class action suit. LOL

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