Draper James and Eloquii Just Collabed on the Cutest Plus-Size Spring Capsule
Draper James, the chic (and cheeky!) lifestyle brand founded by Reese Witherspoon, has teamed up with plus-size powerhouse, Eloquii, to bring us a beautifully curated collection for the Spring 2018 season.
You can expect Draper James' nod to Southern aesthetic with the attention to craftsmanship that we've come to love from Eloquii. "We worked hand-in-hand to produce a collection that is both cognizant of [Draper James'] signature style aesthetic coupled with our fit and design expertise. We wanted to produce a collection that customers will enjoy and be able to style in their own way!", says Eloquii¹s Creative Director, Jodi Arnold.
"The Draper James woman wanted extended sizing, so their team set out to find the right partner who’d been serving curvy women, which essentially led to this collaboration. It was a fun experience creating this timeless and playful collection using a lot of the Draper James signature prints and silhouettes and rewarding to work with a brand that shares our core values that all women deserve access to great fashion."
The Escape Route 30-piece collection (available in sizes up to 28), will include everything from charming logo tees to a knock out cluster embellished dress. And with a price tag ranging from $55-$225, it may be a good idea to invest in a few stellar pieces before they sell out. Also, keep your eyes peeled for a summer collection, Hello Darling, to hit in April.
The Cute Embroidered Halter Dress
"We admire both Reese and Draper James for their southern charm and style aesthetic, so it was a no brainer to jump at this opportunity."
Your Transitional Jumpsuit Can Have a Fun Print
The Dress That Will Make You Smile All Day
"With every collection, it’s always so hard to choose a favorite. Every piece from this collection evokes happiness!"
A Simple, Yet Stylish Combo
"It has been so exciting to witness more brands come on board, insuring that all women have access to great fashion! It’s no longer the norm to serve only one market and I, for one, can’t wait to see what the future holds."