|Pictured: A selection of designer dresses from the website of 365Hangers.com|
If you haven’t heard of the website 365Hangers.com, then you have been missing out on some great designer deals. But it’s not just the prices that make this site unique. It’s the way the clothes are presented on the site. Items are presented by size, so you will see everything from Small to Extra Large, shown on models who are actually the size displayed for that category of size. When you’re used to looking at clothes modeled on women who are size 0, 2 or 4, it’s a surprise to see the models on 365Hangers.com. But it’s also very cool to see women in all ranges of size and shapes showing off clothes that are styled for that shape. The selection of designers is pretty amazing. You’ll find brand names like Marc Jacobs, Trina Turk, DVF, DKNY, French Connection, Tory Burch, Aqua, Tracey Reese, Vince, Ralph Lauren and many more. Generally, the prices are about 70% of retail. However, you won’t see any one dress in a range of sizes. So you won’t find the same Marc Jacobs dress in sizes 2-12. Instead, you’ll see specific selections styled by one size. The goal here is to inform shoppers via pictures of the clothes on models of different body types and sizes to give customers a visual of how it will actually look on them. I don’t know of another company doing this type of thing, at such reasonable prices. Website MyShape.com helps shoppers select clothes by body type, but the prices are nowhere near as low as 365Hangers. I had the opportunity to see the clothes from 365Hangers today at a fashion/spa event in Santa Monica, and the clothes are actually better looking in person than they are on the website. Here are a few examples.
|Pictured: Model in an Aqua Dress from 365Hangers. (photo: M.Hall)|
If you’re wondering why I hadn’t featured this site here before as a good deal, it’s because I hadn’t actually seen their merchandise in person. I always try to see the product or buy it myself before I write about it and tell readers that I consider it a good deal.
If you have a favorite designer, you can search for them in your size on the site to save time. The only draw back is that not all designers are available in all sizes. However, for the prices offered, you can’t really expect an unlimited selection. After all, these are sample sale prices, so quantities will be limited, as they would be at a brick and mortar store. My advice: bookmark 365Hangers.com and keep the site on your watch list. I think they have a winning value proposition, clothing priced right and sized to fit the shapes shown on their website.
NOTE: I am not a 365Hangers affiliate, and I don’t haven’t received any compensation from them for writing this post.