Daryl Lindsey
July 11, 2017 5:44 pm
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When it comes to accommodating apparel for people of all sizes, the buck usually stops at plus-size clothing. However, thanks to a new line of plus-size jewelry from Universal Standard, that’s about to change.

The direct-to-consumer brand, which carries closing sizes in US 10 to 28, is adding a jewelry line meant to fit — and look good on — women who wear plus-sized clothes. Specifically, co-founder and CCO Alexandra Waldman told Glamour that the decision to launch a plus-size jewelry line came from her own experience as a shopper.

Waldman’s identity as a “grown woman” also plays into the line’s aesthetic: classy, minimal, clean, but “full of subtle drama.”

Pieces in the limited-edition collection include rings, earrings, bracelets, as well as a necklace and choker.

The best part? Prices cap at $70, keeping items affordable for customers who want them.

We need more of this.

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