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An Endless Rotating Closet Exclusively for Curvy Girls

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Gwynnie Bee—a subscription-based clothing rental service for women sizes 10-32—is opening their closet of over 100 brands and 1500+ styles to Racked readers. Aiming to better serve a frequently overlooked group of fashionistas, Gwynnie Bee offers fashion-forward, plus-size collections for every occasion. Whether you are searching for professional work clothes, a casual brunch outfit, or the perfect date-night dress, you can always find the right look to make a statement. Built on a strong, tight-knit community of fashion explorers who celebrate the evolution of personal style and image, its members have full access to Gwynnie Bee's ever-rotating wardrobe. This is the Netflix DVD exchange of the fashion world, where members can search, wear, and swap styles online, with no shipping charges, no dry cleaning hassles, and no dressing room drama. Because of their commitment to providing women with a risk-free experience that is unlike anything else currently on the market, Gwynnie Bee offers a 30 day free trial to all new members.

At its core, Gwynnie Bee hopes to make maintaining a complete wardrobe—full of essential looks and statement pieces—both fun and affordable. Head this way to find out what it's like to have a department store as your personal closet. >>