Universal Standard and Rodarte's Dreamy Collaboration Is Available in Sizes 00-40

Universal Standard has done it again. 

The size-inclusive, direct-to-consumer clothing brand, which we’ve loved since it launched in 2015, just announced a collaboration with Los Angelesbased Rodarte and it’s, in a word, stunning.

The four-piece line includes a dress, blouse, skirt and jumpsuit in black, blush, ivory and cherry red. Prices range from $150 to $240 (way less than any other Rodarte piece will run you), and everything is available online and at Universal Standard’s store in New York City.

Oh, and we haven’t even gotten to the best part: Each piece is available in 11 sizes ranging from 4XS (00-0) to 4XL (38-40). So much yes. 

In a statement, Alexandra Waldman, Universal Standard co-founder and chief creative officer, said “It shouldn’t be a far-fetched possibility for women of all sizes to have access to contemporary, ready-to-wear fashion, and experience supreme quality and design when buying clothing.”

Laura and Kate Mulleavy, Rodarte’s founders and designers, echoed Waldman’s sentiment, explaining, “We are excited to partner with Universal Standard to create this amazing collection. We are passionate about working with women that inspire us creatively and we love every style in this collection.” 

If you need us, we’ll just be over here thinking about the ruched blush dress of our dreams.

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