Open Letter to Target

I recently signed a letter (which was written by The Curvy Fashionista and other Fatsionistas) petitioning mega retailer Target to open its mind and include plus sizes in their guest designer collaborations. 

Here is the letter:

Dear Target,

Each season, you skillfully and beautifully execute exclusive designer collaborations and partnerships with leading fashion designers. As plus size women, we are oft neglected, overlooked and always sized out of your collections.

Why?

We have money to spend as much as our straight sized sisters do. We love to look just as fabulous as the other Fashionistas, yet you neglect to even think of us in the equation. We fawn over the Zac Posen for Target, and strategically finagle through the cuts that could pass on our curves; salaciously we look as each fantastic and highly coveted collaboration passes us along- due to you ignoring our thirst and hunger for fashion.

Why?

Therefore, I, Marie Denee of The Curvy Fashionista, Patrice of Afrobella, and Sarah of Style It Online have come together with our followers and the fa(t)shionistas within the plus size community to request, demand, and call for an inclusion of and/or special designer collaborations for the plus size fa(t)shionistas.

Sincerely,

The Undersigned

If you would like to sign the petition, please click HERE

We are all in this together!

XOXO,

Mia

One Response to “Open Letter to Target”

  1. Jade Bishop Says:

    Dear Target,

    Your clothes are primarily for juniors! Maybe you’d consider
    a Plus-Size designer for three seasons, and see if you
    made major profits!

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