2017. plus size influencers



Ready, set, live! Ashley Nell Tipton's fall plus-size collection takes center stage at her runway show in New York City. And you have a front row seat! From sequined bomber jackets and flirty skirts to crop tops and bold prints, you'll see the breadth of her collection on some of your favorite body-positive influencers. Shop her Boutique+ collection online and in select stores.

Ashley Nell Tipton shares a glimpse of what it takes to get her plus-size collection prepped for her fashion show.

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Ashley Nell Tipton

Looks that inspire.

She took the fashion world by storm with her plus-size runway collection, and now Ashley Nell Tipton is partnering with The Boutique at JCPenney to find the top looks of the season and share her tips for wearing them with style. Ashley is inspired by creating looks for curvy women that reflect their inner beauty, confidence and style.

Valerie Sagun

Style that moves you.

Valerie Sagun began her yoga practice as a way to better herself. However, after posting photos of her practice, she has become one of the most influential fitness inspirations for women, bringing new waves of yogis and encouraging people to accept body types of all kinds.

Mary Lambert

Fabulous fits everyone.

Known for her confessional writing and emotive tracks, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Mary Lambert released her debut album Heart on My Sleeve in 2014 and continues to tour around the world performing concerts where "crying is acceptable and even encouraged."

Gabi Fresh

Style that loves your curves.

One of the "OG Style Bloggers," Gabi Fresh has been a trailblazer for plus-size fashion since 2008. With her unapologetic style, Gabi has encouraged women to embrace their curves and become an important voice in the fashion industry for plus-size design and options.

Jes Baker

Style that’s all you.

Author Jes Baker has made a name for herself as a fierce body advocate and self-love enthusiast. Her first book, Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls, is a call-to-arms focused on body positivity, changing perceptions about weight and mental illness.