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This is the new (plus size) jeans label, called Fox Factor

News from the land of plus size fashion! There’s a new plus size jeans label out on the market and is called Fox Factor. I’m so exited and curious about the collection, the fit and the pricing. It’s a Belgian brand of which I read the details on the blog of Belgian plus size blogger Marianne Nykjaer and I just had to share it with you! It’s being sold online only, but probably it will be available in stores as well soon. So make sure to follow Fox Factor online or on their social media to stay up to date.

the collection

At the moment there are 6 different styles available. You can imagine I’m a big fan already because these six options aren’t just another set of basic jeans. I love ripped, bleached, torn and treated denim! These are casual, fashion jeans and below you can see my favourite. I love a mid blue pair of jeans, with destroy and it’s a slim fit. I always prefer skinny or slim fit jeans. So they say these jeans fit perfectly, they are curve hugging so no more extra waistband at the backside. Normally I’m not a big fan of boyfriend jeans on me, as the fit doesn’t suit me. Perhaps now it does?


Fox Factor

miami slim fit


The sizing in European is 40 up to 50, below you can see the size break down. To be honest, I’m a bit disappointed that this brand is not for all sizes, true size diversity. Which means they start at straight size 36 for example and go all the way up to size 50.It’s a choice I guess. But I’m not complaining, I’m so happy that there’s a new brand who focusses on real denim, fashionable and on trend. Who says plus size women don’t wear daring jeans? What’s your favourite denim brand and which style do you wear? I’d love to read your tips!


Fox Factor


I just can’t wait to try these jeans out! I’m so curious about the fit on me. I will keep you posted once I’ve tried on a pair. The styles look awesome, can’t wait till they expand their collection.

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