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For years, plus size teens and young adults had little in the way of choice for fashionable, youthful clothing. They were forced to shop at “fat” stores, and find the least conservative styles at the “plus size ladies or guys” store. At that awkward growing stage, pre teens had to buy jeans that were way too baggy, long and shapeless and even with alteration, they would grow out of them quickly. Swimming suits for pre teens went to size 14 or 16 if they were lucky, and they were never sized properly or attractive. The 70s brought an appreciation and realization that one size did not fit all, and jean companies began to stretch their line to size 18 and 20 with some fashionable choices. Richard Simmons came on the fashion scene in the early 80s and brought recognition those plus size women and men were people too and might want some style in the wardrobe. The internet has forced choice on the fashion manufacturers and they are slowly realizing the demand is there and profitable. Plus size teens still can’t find many options at the mall but that will no doubt change as the popularity of the online plus size teen stores becomes evident. This new, healthy way of looking at size and style will ultimately help plus size teens feel better about themselves both mentally and physically.