plus size minimalist clothing
Photo via And Comfort

Slowly, surely, and blessedly, our clothing options as plus size women are growing by the day. For everyone who ever resented floral prints, synthetic fabrics, bold colors, and one frill too many, And Comfort launched last month to make your minimalist dreams come true.

Beyond the clean lines and simplified silhouettes, And Comfort’s focus on quality starts with custom-milled organic premium and pima cotton, leaving suffocating polyester in the past. The initial collection features four styles in a limited neutral color palette, ranging in price from $45 to $140, and all pieces are available in sizes 10 – 28.

A post from Glamour offers insight into the launch, including information on the cofounders and their hopes to expand into sizes beyond 28. Reading about the brand’s community-focused mindset, commitment to premium fabrics, and awareness of the need to serve customers above size 28, I get the impression that And Comfort was created not only to take advantage of the clear business opportunity but to truly serve the plus size customer.

I appreciate how the simple, understated designs could easily blend into any wardrobe alongside your favorite basics for work or the weekend. Plus, any of these items would be perfect to pack for any destination, which I appreciate. I’m most excited by The Apron Dress for its versatility and The Cloud Tee because I’m still searching for my OTT (one true tee).

If you’ve had a chance to try any of And Comfort’s pieces or you have a favorite from the collection, please let me know about it in the comments below!

Sarah Conley is a veteran content creator and marketing consultant from Fayetteville, Arkansas. After publishing her first blog, Style It, for over 10 years, she launched Rascal Honey in early 2018 to offer a fresh perspective on style. Her writing has appeared on Time, Teen Vogue, The Huffington Post, Glamour, and Lucky. She's also appeared in tv interviews on CNBC, Fox News, Great Day Washington, The Huffington Post Live, and People Now. She's worked as a social media consultant for the past nine years, helping fashion & beauty brands like MAC Cosmetics, NARS, Prescriptives, Origins, David Yurman, ELOQUII, ellos, Nine West, Clé de Peau Beauté, Diane von Furstenberg, and many more create meaningful communities online. When she's not writing about style or shopping for makeup at Sephora, she's cheering on the Arkansas Razorbacks and perfecting her guacamole recipe.

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