Everything From This Size-Inclusive Basics Brand Is $30 Or Less

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I find the Amazon Fashion shopping experience to be entirely frustrating, so imagine my surprise when the recommendation engine took me a few clicks from pearl earrings to Amazon’s own fashion brand, Daily Ritual. The surprise didn’t end there when I discovered that items are offered in sizes 0 – 40 and every piece is $30 or less. Bless the algorithm because finding an item available in a true 4x on Amazon is truly like finding a unicorn.

The only other brand that comes to mind when I think of this depth of size inclusivity is Universal Standard, which also offers sizes 0 through 40. Amazon has listed the plus sizes and straight sizes separately, so it’s difficult to see which items are offered in the entire size range. Some items are only offered in straight sizes, but it does appear that the core items are available in all sizes.

Most of the items are variations of basic silhouettes: short-sleeved t-shirts, longsleeved t-shirts, tank tops, and dresses in every varying sleeve length & neck combination imaginable. The color palette is extremely neutral, with the occasional (and inconsistent) inclusion of blue & blush. The price point is good and the size range is excellent, but it wasn’t until I scrolled across the Daily Ritual Sweatshirt Dress in Olive that I felt my fashion senses tingling.

Daily Ritual Plus Size Sweatshirt Dress

My rule is that if I can think of at least three outfits to wear with a piece of clothing that it must be purchased immediately. I love this hoodie sweatshirt dress in black, but it was the olive shade that had me dreaming of leather leggings, ankle boots, and lazy Sundays on the couch.

Turtlenecks are a winter staple, and I love that there are grey, black, and navy options for only $16.50. I’ve struggled for years to find a decent turtleneck available in size 26/28 (or larger)!

Daily Ritual Plus Size Hoodie ($28.50), Daily Ritual Plus Size Pullover ($28.50)

Daily Ritual Plus Size Sleeveless Gathered Dress ($25), Daily Ritual Plus Size Long Sleeve V-Neck Dress ($30)

Overall, I’m definitely ordering the Sweatshirt Dress and maybe a few other pieces to test out. Do any other pieces catch your eye? Help me decide what to buy in the comments below!

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Sarah Conleyhttps://rascalhoney.com
Focusing on style and self-esteem with her inimitable sass, Sarah has helped change the conversation about plus size fashion. She is a socially connected influencer, has been the star of viral videos, and helped lead an anti-body shaming campaign that earned an apology from O, the Oprah Magazine. With an approach that is more Role Model than Runway Model, Sarah has built a credible connection with the fashion community as a whole. As a freelance writer, her work has appeared in TIME, CNN, Teen Vogue, Glamour, InStyle, Lucky, and more. As a consultant, her social strategies have been executed by former clients ELOQUII, Undone Beauty, NARS, MAC Cosmetics, David Yurman, Diane von Furstenberg, Nine West, Clé de Peau Beauté, and many more. Currently, she serves as the Director of Marketing for Arkansas’s only cut-to-order cheese shop, Sweet Freedom Cheese in Bentonville, Arkansas. When she’s not educating people on the wonders of artisanal cheese or taking her rescue dog, Blueberry Shortcake Flowers, for a walk, Sarah can be found on Twitter and Instagram at @imsarahconley.


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