Anyone else getting the M.i.B. catalog?

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OriginalCyn

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I've gotten two or three so far, and what I really like about them is that they don't use regular-sized models for their lines--they use women who appear to be at least a size 18...and most are much, much larger. (I think M.i.B. might stand for Making It Big, but I'm not sure about that.) Their Web site is at mibplussize.com , and their FB page is here: https://www.facebook.com/MiBPlusSize .

They have fashions up to a size 7X to 8X, and the cut is generous. (AAMOF, the waist on their size 1X is a few inches too large for me.)

Side note: I've seen a lot of discussion about a size 22 fashion model who'd gone mainstream, but M.i.B.'s largest model is a young, very pear-shaped woman who looks to me as if she weighs in the high 300s to low 400s--WAY bigger than the gal who caused so much controversy a couple of months back. Anyway...I'm sure that the FAs at Dimensions would appreciate browsing the catalog, as well...just for the "eye candy"!

I haven't purchased anything from them yet, but I've clipped out a few photos for reference for a time when I can afford to purchase some new wardrobe items.
 

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I get their catalogs and used to order a lot of things from them when I worked in an office and needed appropriate clothes. Their quality is great and everything held up very well.
 
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Their styles seem to favor apple shapes more than my pear shape, but I wish I had the money to buy their tank tops and yoga pants- USA made plus size clothing is almost impossible to find! Sweat wicking yoga pants would be amazing, I'm a sweaty sweaty beast when I exert myself even a little and swampcrotch is a problem. >.< Alas, I'm on a tight budget right now.
 

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