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Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

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Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

Does anyone know if there are plus size woman's stores within DFO South Wharf?

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1. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

There used to be a City Chic, I haven’t been there in years though so not sure if it’s still there.

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2. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

thanks, im hoping there is but according to their web site they dont :-(

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3. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

There is a City Chic in Bourke St next to the Target Centre, Taarget also has clothing for the curvier lady as does Myer

Cheers,

UF.

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4. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

Don't really go to DFO, but check out the plus size section in Myer which stocks various brands including City Chic and Taking Shape. David Jones also stocks plus size, but IMO the range is not as good as Myer. There is also MySize in the Walk Arcade that may be of interest.

If you are willing to travel outside of the CBD Harlow have a pop up store in Collingwood - https://www.harlowstore.com/ and you can visit 17 Sundays in Coburg https://www.17sundays.com/. Both are great local Melbourne labels, check out their websites for more information etc.

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5. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

Nope there are definitely none in DFO or Spencer St Outlet

My Size is in The Walk arcade between Little Collins and Bourke.

TS14 is on Bridge Rd in Richmond. They use to have a massive outlet in Abbotsford but it's moved to Northcote so I haven't tried that store yet.

City Chic is just near Target on Bourke after Swanson St.

In the various lanes between Collins, Little Collins and Bourke there are some boutique places that sell plus sized funky kind of mature aged stuff - I find most very overpriced.

Myer and DJs have a good sized area each of plus sized stuff.

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6. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

Hi if you live in Auckland go to the shops by the airport by Countdown there is a taking shape outlet shop there and at dressmarr in onehuga there is a city chic have fun

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7. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

If you're happy to visit the burbs, the City Chic outlets are at Uni Hill Bundoora and a much bigger pop up store is now at Ringwood. The Ringwood outlet is walking distance from Ringwood train station.

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8. Re: Larger woman's clothing stores in Melbourne

Also at Ringwood is a branch of Autograph, a plus size women's store. Take the train to Ringwood station, then just cross the road to the Eastland shopping mall.

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