Our Favorite Fat Activists

Our Favorite Fat Activists

May 17, 2018

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Why Are Plus Size Clothes Ugly?

Why Are Plus Size Clothes Ugly?

May 17, 2018

Today on Ask Dr. Deb, Dr. Deborah Christel, Ph.D, talks about the real reason that plus size clothes are so ugly.

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Designing with Dr. Deb Ep. 1: How To Be A Good Designer

Designing with Dr. Deb Ep. 1: How To Be A Good Designer

May 10, 2018

Today we are starting a new series all about fashion design! Our first video covers the basics you need to know and a bit about our design approach, but we want to hear what you want to see from this series!

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Fat Shaming Ep.5: Thin Privilege

Fat Shaming Ep.5: Thin Privilege

May 03, 2018

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Fat Shaming Ep. 4: 7 Ways You're Fat Shaming Kids

Fat Shaming Ep. 4: 7 Ways You're Fat Shaming Kids

April 19, 2018

Today, in Episode 4 of our Fat Shaming Series, Dr. Deb shares the 7 ways you might be fat shaming your kids.

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5 Underwear Mistakes You Might Be Making

5 Underwear Mistakes You Might Be Making

April 12, 2018

Are you making this 5 common underwear mistakes?

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Fat Shaming Ep. 3: 6 Types of Fat Shaming in TV

Fat Shaming Ep. 3: 6 Types of Fat Shaming in TV

April 05, 2018 3 Comments

Today Dr. Deb explains the 6 types of fat shaming commonly seen on TV.

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Why Do Clothes Matter?

Why Do Clothes Matter?

March 29, 2018

Today Dr. Deborah Christel, Ph.D, talks about why clothes (and self-expression through clothes) matter!  Why do we care so much about the clothing we wear? Our clothing communicates who we feel we are. If the clothes don’t match what we feel inside then we aren’t being authentic.  If you try to be someone you’re not, people will catch on, and we can feel that – people are distracted and spend all their time thinking about how something feels phony or how something is off, instead of thinking...

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Fat Shaming Episode 2: Weight Loss Culture

Fat Shaming Episode 2: Weight Loss Culture

March 22, 2018

Today Dr. Deb, continues our series on fat shaming and weight bias. Today's topic: weight loss culture! Who is fat in weight loss culture? There are many institutions that are eager to tell you that you're fat - government, health insurance, doctors, nurses, popular media, advertising, fashion, strangers, friends, family, lovers and of course the bathroom scale. How many of us weigh ourselves everyday?

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A Brief History of Underwear

A Brief History of Underwear

March 15, 2018

Today Dr. Deborah Christel, Ph.D, gives us a brief history lesson on the evolution of women's underwear! While we're grateful to wear soft 100% cotton underwear, people weren't always so lucky!

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Fat Shaming Episode 1

Fat Shaming Episode 1

March 09, 2018

Today Dr. Deb begins a new video series that delves into fat shaming and weight bias!     The root of a lot of problems in the fashion industry stem from weight bias. So, while I’ve been studying fashion, I’ve also been researching weight bias and fat shaming for about 8 years. So today, I want to define Fat shaming, explain why do we do it? And give you the first step towards reducing weight bias. fat sham·ing noun the act or practice of humiliating someone judged to be fat or overweight by...

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All About Cotton

All About Cotton

March 01, 2018

Why is Cotton so great? Where do I begin..... Cotton is a natural crop that has been used by humans  dated back to 600BC. Cotton is harvested like many other crops - by humans who farm and till the land! It has always been a labor intensive process but one so worth it because of the tremendous benefits of its use in fabric. Cotton has many advantages, such as its ability to control moisture, insulate, provide comfort and it is also hypoallergenic, weather-proof and is a durable fabric.

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Size Chart

Size Inclusive Guarantee

Our Size Inclusive Guarantee: Don’t see your size? let us know and we’ll get it for you at no additional cost

 Find Your Size

Use the chart below to determine your size. If you’re on the borderline between two sizes, order the smaller size for a tighter fit or the larger size for a looser fit.

Don’t have a measuring tape? No worries! We’ll send you one for free.

K&V SIZE BUST WAIST HIP NUMERIC PANTY SIZE
S 30-34 26-29 26-49 2/4 4-5
M 32-38 30-33 29-52 6/8 5-6
L 36-40 34-37 32-55 10/12 6-7
1L 38-44 38-41 35-58 14/16 7-8
2L 42-50 42-45 38-61 18/20 9
3L 48-54 46-49 41-64 22/24 10
4L 52-58 50-53 44-67 26/28 11
5L 56-62 54-57 47-70 30/32 12
6L 60-64 58-61 50-75 34/36 13

 At Kade & Vos, we do not use the term "Plus Size". We feel that calling some sizes "Plus Size" means that these sizes and shapes are somehow different from other sizes. We simply offer clothing for the female form, or in the fashion industry, Women's*.

Still unsure about your size? Check out our sizing videos for a more detailed tutorial on measuring yourself.

*We understand that not all females identify as women, and not all women identify as female. We love, support and respect your choice to identify in ways that feel authentic to you. 
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