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Founded in 1991, Ashley Stewart is a women’s clothing and lifestyle brand, and its name was inspired by American icons Martha Stewart and Laura Ashley. It caters to plus-size women with dozens of stores across the US as well as a popular online store.
Ashley Stewart stocks just about any clothing item a plus-size girl could need including dresses, jeans, workwear, athleisure, swimwear and intimates. You can shop for current fashion trends or check out the special collections for tall and curvy girls. If you’re after accessories for your new outfit, you can pick up hats, belts, wraps, jewellery and designer handbags.
For most clothing items, you can find sizes ranging from 10 to 36 in US sizing, which is the equivalent of sizes 14 to 40 in New Zealand. If you’re shopping for jeans, you can choose from short, regular or tall lengths.
Ashley Stewart also has a sub-brand called Curvy Girl, which caters for sizes 1X, 2X and 3X.
Ashley Stewart offers international shipping to New Zealand but does not offer a flat rate or cost guide. You’ll only know how much your shipping will be once you have entered your address and payment details.
Standard shipping time can be between 3-21 days for international orders, and you will not be provided with a tracking number.
Ashley Stewart allows returns within 30 days of the purchase date. To be eligible for a refund or exchange, items must be unused and unworn with tags in place and in the original packaging.
If you have bought a final sale item, you will not be able to return it. You will be responsible for return shipping costs to the Ashley Stewart warehouse in the United States, unless you have received the wrong order or a defective item.
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