Abercrombie & Fitch To Offer Plus Sizes

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(WREG-TV) Beginning next year, Abercrombie & Fitch will offer plus sizes in its women’s clothing line.

Currently, the retailer does not carry women’s sizes above a ten.

The shift comes as sales and profit margins have taken a dip.

The company has been slammed by many consumers and youth advocacy groups since comments CEO Mike Jeffries made in a 2006 interview surfaced.

Jeffries said his clothes were more for “cool” and “good-looking” people.

Jeffries has since apologized.

Abercrombie and Fitch would not provide details on the new sizes or when they will be available.


  • Nonya Bidness

    I sold my stock. The exclusivity is what supported the higher prices. Now that the fat kids can shop there too the “cool kids” will spend their dollars on excessively overpriced clothes elsewhere. I’ll keep an eye open and buy that stock next.

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