About this Episode
Amy Crowe knew she deserved the same customer experience shopping for plus-sized clothes as women with smaller sizes. Rather than buying clothes online, she wanted to see the clothes first and try them on before purchasing. To solve her problem, she opened her own exclusively plus-sized boutique shop, Worthy Figures, catering to full-figured women in Charlotte, North Carolina. Amy focuses on creating an inclusive shopping experience where customers can find their size in something stylish with a welcoming and comfortable experience in fashion and style. Amy's message on body positivity, body image, and body acceptance is important for women to receive when they shop at Worthy Figures, because fashion exemplifies Amy's message. Find out how Amy got started on her journey on Search and Replace.
- Get to know Amy Crowe’s exclusively plus-size boutique Worthy Figures in Charlotte, North Carolina.
- “Dear Fashion Industry, Stop Treating Plus-Size Women Like Second-Class Citizens,” by Virgie Tovar.
- he editors at Motif explore inclusive sizing as a new way of understanding plus-size fashion as a business paradigm.
- Plus-size women deserve the same shopping experience.