If the market for plus-size clothes is underserved (seriously, high-end designers, where you at?), the market for plus-size jewelry is almost untapped.
Some plus retailers do offer options for wider wrists, necks and fingers (like Eloquii, Lane Bryant and Torrid). And while these pieces are fun and trendy (for a hot sec), they're not exactly substantial pieces that will last.
Enter Universal Standard, a direct-to-consumer plus-size brand (who—fun fact—will exchange your used clothes if your weight fluctuates within the first year). It just launched a limited-edition plus-size jewelry line, and spoiler alert: It’s great.
The line is super small, with just two necklaces, two rings, a bracelet and a pair of earrings, but so chic. Think: timeless, high-quality pieces in minimalist silhouettes that you can wear day in and day out. (Cheap, costume-y jewelry this is not.) Even better, it's way more affordable than it looks, with prices ranging from $40 to $60. Basically, it’s a no-brainer for ladies who’ve struggled with finding jewelry that fits.
Your move, fashion industry.