Plus-Size Stores in Singapore

One big problem I’ve been facing is trying to buy plus size clothes in Singapore that are not from foreign online retailers like asos or from Western chain stores (some of which don’t stock anything larger than a UK12/EU 42 here). Also, online shopping kinda sucks sometimes – clothes never fit the way you think it will but there’s no other choice because it’s so difficult to find actual physical stores to try clothes on!

So here’s a list of some stores in Singapore you can walk into and actually try clothes on. I’ve also included local online plus size stores because some of them have ‘Fitting Sessions’ on weekends where you can go down and try on the clothes, and then because the list of stores is just so few, some are local online stores that do not (yet?) have fitting sessions.

If you know any stores that I’ve missed out let me know and I’ll update the list!

Last updated: 4 December 2017

1. The Curve Cult

I’ve blogged about them before (here) and quite a few of my favourite closet items have been from this store. It’s a real pity I haven’t had the $$ to purchase clothes at all recently cause they’re always posting pics of the collection they have in store! You can purchase online as well by messaging them on FB and the owners are really nice 🙂

A mix of all sorts of clothes now – they’ve been expanding the variety and range of clothes they have in store so I’m sure you can find something to suit you.

Size Range: UK14 – UK26
Price Range: $$, average $40 per piece
Address: #05-126a, Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/thecurvecult/

2. Love.PrettyPlus+

Haven’t actually purchased from them before, but saw their pop up at Artbox! They do fittings in various places which changes each week so even though they don’t have a physical store, you can head down to try. Clothes seem to be a mix of work attire and also nice casual/date outfit pieces (lots of prints and florals). To be honest, I’m currently a reaaaaally broke student and can’t shell out the $40 or so per piece on clothes but maybe when I have more disposable income (or they have sales) I’ll give them a try.

They seem to do Facebook live streams and have flash sales on them but I’ve never been able to catch one, unfortunately.

Size Range: UK14 – UK20
Price Range: $$, average $40 per piece
Address: Fitting Sessions location varies week to week, check their Facebook
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LovePrettyPlus/

3. Kaylene

They sell a lot of work attire and pieces for the modern working woman, and not really for my age range so I haven’t bought anything. Their reviews on Facebook seem to be really good so worth a trip down if you’re looking for elegant pieces or things to fit your wardrobe!

Size Range: UK14 – UK26
Price Range: $$$, average $70 (? they don’t really list their prices on their online pages which is really annoying)
Address: 38A Seah Street, 2nd Storey, Singapore 188394
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Kayleneonline/
Website: http://www.kayleneonline.com/

4. Princessa’s Closet

Their page popped up on my Facebook feed one day and it looks like they sell a lot of Korean fashion inspired pieces. It’s a mix of casual and girly pieces.

Size Range: UK14 – UK24
Price Range: ?? (They don’t list their prices on their FB page and their website is not updated)
Address: JCUBE, 2 Jurong East Central #02-96, Singapore 609731 and 810 Geylang Road, City Plaza, #03-119, Singapore 409286
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/prinsessaclosetsg/
Website: http://www.prinsessacloset.com/

5. Hue

I walked into their outlet in Far East Plaza cause their sign said they had large sizes and got bombarded by the saleswoman with clothes to try. I think I tried like 20 pieces that day and got so damn overwhelmed I just wanted her to stop throwing more clothes at me to try, hahaha. I ended up getting 5 pieces (3 bottoms, 2 tops) for $200+ or so after some haggling and getting some membership card. The prices of each piece tend to be closer to $50 each, one top I tried on was $70 (!?) and on my tiny student wallet, I immediately took that out of my bag.

The clothes are generally for OLs/work attire and I bought from them mainly to supplement the tiny section of work attire I have. Quality is not bad. Sales staff a bit pushy for my liking, though. Supposedly they have up to XXXXXL but when I was there the largest size for most of what I tried on was XXL.

Was added to a Whatsapp group chat where they post pictures of new arrivals, which can be a bit of spam at times (so I’ve just muted it).

Size Range: up to XXXL (UK16/smaller UK18 imo)
Price Range: $$$, average $50 per piece
Address: Nex, Far East Plaza, JCube (and more?)
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Hue-Fashions-468356873273987/

6. Voycestas Plus 

The only reason I haven’t bought anything yet is because their stuff is pricey. At an average of $50 per piece (usually closer to $60), it’s really out of my currently very small budget, haha. I do really like their collections though – mostly print rompers, florals, block prints etc

Size Range: UK12 – UK20
Price Range: $$$, average $50 per piece
Address: No physical store, but fittings available (Sengkang/Yishun) and they sometimes have pop up stores
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/voycestasplus/
Website: www.voycestasplus.com

7. Kae Hana+

Kae Hana + is an independent Singapore plus size fashion label. They design in-house and manufacture locally, which makes the higher prices understandable. Their pieces are edgy and bold, but they also have staples that can mix and match and fit your wardrobe.

Size Range: UK16 – UK20
Price Range: $$$$, average $70 per piece
Address: No physical store
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/kaehanaplus/
Website: kaehanaplus.com

8. 1214Alley

I guess the name implies they stock mainly UK12/UK14 apparel and the size range is really quite small and even at their largest UK16 size…I can’t really fit into a lot of their clothes cause the PTP is too small. They do have nice clothes though, very classy and elegant, but pity about the sizing.

Size Range: UK10 – UK16
Price Range: $$, average $45 per piece
Address: No physical store
Website: https://www.1214alley.com/

9. Marshmallow Plus Parade

Just found out about this one when writing this article because they followed me on Instagram. It seems they have customised fitting sessions (at your home) but it is not free. Still relatively new but it looks like they have a mix of basics to cute, bright print pieces and sweet dresses.

Size Range: UK16 – UK26
Price Range: $, $25 and up
Address: No physical store
Website: www.marshmallowplusparade.com.sg

 

 

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