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Fashionable full figured line Eloquii by The Limited
Nov '11
Recently launched women's clothing line, eloquii by The Limited, which is geared towards plus size women and celebrates a woman's true fashion sense. With fashionable lines and appearances in several media publications and websites over the past week including the video appearance shown here.

Last week The Limited launched eloquii, a clothing line geared towards plus size women, that celebrates a woman's true fashion sense. The Limited has been known for their classic silhouettes and chic professional attire, but having heard the frustrations of plus-sized women everywhere, Linda Heasley, the CEO of The Limited, was inspired to create this fashion-forward line.

This plus size clothing line showcases a woman's individuality by giving her the latest trends in fashion, with clothing which fits well and always looks great. Each piece in the eloquii by The Limited collection has been designed from start to finish, with attention paid to fit and comfort during the design process. eloquii by The Limited offers an assortment of pieces which are sharp, professional and fashionable classics that have been taken straight from the runway.

Since the launch of the site last week, many women have been utilizing the “Shape My Style” feature tab on the website which provides personal styling suggestions based off women's body type. The application on the site also allows women to tell eloquii about their curves. Overall, this feature acts as a personal shopper and helps guide women in choosing options which suits their needs and enhances their curves.

This line of clothing, featuring plus size sweaters, dresses and skirts (among other products) has been featured in many magazine articles and blogs with the most recent being a segment on NBC's New York Live with Lauren Scala. Linda Heasley delves into detail about the birth of eloquii and also conveys that the clothing is available in sizes 14 to 24.

The clip also highlights some of fall's hottest trends and designer plus size fashion, showcasing pieces such as the draped print sheath dress, a trendy poncho, the champagne tuxedo jacket, a black sequined tank and skinny jeans along with swanky accessories.

eloquii by The Limited

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