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    Default Alternative plus size

    So I need these items of clothing in my life but I've had no luck finding these in plus size (20-22) without spending a fortune buying from the usa. Has anyone seen these in Australian stores?

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    For something that specific you may have to purchase online as they generally have more stock. Have you checked eBay?
    http://m.ebay.com.au/itm/131086221631?_mwBanner=1
    The only thing with eBay is being unsure with how their sizes run personally I would get the bigger size for myself just in case

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    Thanks :-) yeah that's one thing I've noticed in common in the reviews a lot of comments on sizes and it would be a shame to get it all the way from the uk or usa and have it not fit. Postage to send it back wouldn't be worth it.

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    Check asos (the Australian site) - you never know?

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    I agree with asos, postage isn't bad and the clothes are nice. Just be careful with the sizing I found they can run a little large

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    Have a look at beserk.com.au or tragicbeautiful.com.au
    They sell a lot of that kind of stuff.

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    Stylishplus.com.au can be hit and miss but you might find something. Have you tried city chic?

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    I've tried the common alternative shops but many don't go up to my size and places like city chic and asos don't stock what I'm after. Oh the struggle lol...

    I think I'll have to stick with usa or uk they seem to be the only ones with plus size options in what I want. It feels like plus sized clothing is harder to find in alternative clothing. I could go to many shops online and irl and find nice main****** clothes in my size.

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    http://blackmilkclothing.com/collections/leggings

    I have heard great things about this site from people who have bought from them


 

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