I love that disco diva dress, and the moto coat.
Just to throw in here, I recently ordered from ASOS, and have been very happy with my items. A year ago I had an order go very awry (it checked in to a shipping facility an hour & a half away and hadn't arrived a month later), but this order went fantastic. I don't know if they always do it, but they were offering free 2 day US shipping over $150- and their clothes are cute enough that total gets there fast. It arrived quick, and everything measured true to chart. I will say I have bigger legs and a smaller waist. I loved the design of their pleated leggings so I ordered in black & oxblood. They have some give and are fine in the legs but a bit big at the waist. Nothing I can't live with, it's just hard to fit around bottom heaviness. I also got the midi body-conscious dress in black & blue. For such a simple dress, it's eye catching. I had so many compliments on the blue one over the weekend. I will fuss and say a lot of time it seems the curve items aren't as "selected items" as regular sizing when it comes to their sales. The do have sales, and coupons often though. I know the thread is US based but they got it here fast for a UK shop. Anyone ever ordered with Dorothy Perkins? Love how classic the pieces there are, curious on quality.
I haven't really shopped at Torrid in a few years. Tops here & there. I became frustrated with quality as well as fit. My weight is everywhere, but I do not have as much of a lower pooch as I do bottom so a lot of jeans look like a parachute in the stomach. I also think they aren't so size conscious for a plus shop. From what I've seen most bras end up running a 40dd at largest. That isn't exactly big and there aren't a shortage of gals with a chest. It'd be nice if companies started seeing cup sizes over D's/DD's. I don't find their shoes to be exactly wide width often either. My feet are chubby & wide so I often wear a 10 that needs a bit of stretching. If I have less weight on me I can get down to an 8.5/9 but their shoes don't really cater to a chubby foot. I haven't had luck with calf sizes in their boots.
Being almost 30 I run in to guilt issues with F21, but I do love them. Especially the things being put out lately. A lot of blazers, black/white or tan/black color palettes, studded things. I'm lucky enough to have a massive F21 shop in town that does have a good plus section (I don't think + is as all stores).
One of my most favorite retailers is Pinupgirlclothing.com. I am a 2x in their sizing, and they recently started rolling out dresses in 3x/4x. Very classy, but costly. I splurge here and there on them, but I wear the things I buy often. They also have a community pinupgirlstyle.com where people post new or gently used items at a discount for resale. ModeMerr.com is another shop that does some pinup plus items. They sometimes customize, and will have coupons at key sale times of the year. I've shopped through Alloy.com since highschool, recently got some trouser pants and tops that I love. I do think they skirt a line with age appropriate the closer to 30 I get with some things. Victoria's Secret clothing is nice, again can be costly but they ALWAYS have coupons. Their size range is limited to about a 16/18. Dresses often have a good bit of stretch, and with the over size sweater trend it almost adds a size to their chart. I do 98% of my clothing purchases online because it's just hard for me to find items I like. I like funky or edgy, but also classic. I do patterns but not a bunch of crazy prints, and some shops (at least in my area) just go over kill with it. I keep a surplus of staple items like pencil skirts, and dresses- mainly because those still fit when I fluctuate a size here or there.