'Accepting their curves': More Malaysian fashion brands cater to plus-size women

When it comes to clothes, there are a lot more options for plus sizes out there than there were 10 years ago. Photo: Instagram/Mis Claire

For the longest time, shopping for curvy and plus-sized women in Malaysia was a major feat – not only was it difficult to find clothing that fit right, it was almost impossible to source for attire that was also trendy.

In the days before online shopping, apparel for larger sizes was extremely hard to come by, and many would resort to buying clothing when travelling abroad or settling for men’s pieces.

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