Oh, My Plus-Size Femme Heart! Nicolette Mason & Gabi Gregg’s New Clothing Line Is Amazing

Yes hello, are you sitting down? I ask because superbabe/stunning gay wedding-haver Nicolette Mason and fellow fashion blogger Gabi Gregg just launched plus-size clothing line Premme, and umm, please do feast your eyes upon this shit.

Girlfriend, we are talking denim dresses and culotte jumpsuits!

Off-the shoulder stripes and split-side palazzo pants.

Sheer pink maxis and pearl-spangled rompers!


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✨Golden hour✨

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And some adorable outwear options for the tomboys, too (now with 200% more feminism than most brands who use the term).

The line comes in sizes 12-30. Mason and Gregg, who previously collaborated on Target’s Ava and Viv line, told Refinery29 that it was important for them to both offer a larger size range than other plus-size brands and to show their clothing on actual plus-size models. Prices range from $30-89, and are available at Premme’s website starting today!

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  1. this is literally EVERYTHING i have ever wanted i am SO EXCITED good lord. also can i ask a stupid question – what do you think PREMME means? is it a take on femme? something with plus size? idk i feel rly rly dumb not knowing but also like, if i can’t ask here WHERE CAN I ASK YA KNOW?

    • Vanessa! I had the same question! I thought “ok ‘premme’… It’s plus + femme … But where does the R come in??” HOW WILL WE KNOW

  2. I just want to say that everyone in the shoot looks amazing! Plus, some great photography work too.

  3. Aaah.. I love what they’re doing, but, when I went to check on shipping options, I was greeted by the dread phrase “We are currently only accepting domestic orders and are unable to ship to US territories or internationally”. *sigh*

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