How Evans show us that style has no size
In an age when the American ‘Size Zero’ has so much traction, where does the curvy fun loving woman with style go to shop? Well, Evans of course, the high street’s leading plus sized retailer.
With gorgeous collections of serious office wear, and fun clothes for going out, Evans is the place to go for fashions designed for size 14+ women.
Stocking clothing, lingerie, swimwear and accessories, wider fitting boots and shoes all designed to flatter the fuller figure, you can browse the range in one of the 300 high street stores, or online at evans.co.uk.
Wonderful looking models like Robyn Lawley and Tara Lynn show off ranges designed by Clements Ribiero whose Swan collection is fun, kitsch and cool. The clothes are bold, colourful, unashamed and playful.
Evans isn’t afraid of the controversial model either – working with Gossip’s singer Beth Ditto on a collection derived from her love of charity shop and vintage finds.
Evans feels like a new brand, yet it has been on the high street since 1971, and was actually started by a manufacturer called Jack Green way back in 1930. Today there are more than 300 UK shops and a further 80 across the world. In-store advisers are trained with an in-depth knowledge of plus sized fashion and know all about “fit to flatter”. In the evans.co.uk online store you’ll find the full ranges plus online exclusives too.
Once this was called outsize, but not any more! Evans is about creating great fashions that flatter, show off and celebrate plus sized figures with the confidence they deserve.
How you can buy plus sized fashions at pint sized prices.
As a high street brand Evans is careful to ensure that it offers great fashions at attractive prices, and of course their sales offer even better bargains now and then. To flatter your figure and your wallet, shop at Evans using My Voucher Codes and you’ll benefit from even better prices and some very special offers that may not otherwise be available. Read on to see some of the great bargains we’ve been able to offer, but remember these are often short term savings and you’ll need to check out the site frequently to find the best deals for you.