Rebel Wilson's New Plus-Size Fashion Line Is Here—And It's Badass

Well, it's the kind of "badass" you could get away with at work.

Rebel Wilson unveils new Torrid plus-size fashion line
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Rebel Wilson is known for making out-there fashion choices on the red carpet, but in a new capsule collection (opens in new tab) for plus-size clothing chain Torrid, she keeps it classy—with just enough edge to make it fun.

In an announcement (opens in new tab), Wilson says she was inspired to create the clothing line after being unable to find plus-size clothing that fit her needs. "I've never really felt like there's a brand out there in the plus-size world that is creating cool stuff, that fits well and is good quality yet affordable," Wilson said. "It's really only been in the last few years that I've seen companies try." The result is a line that she calls "relevant and dope," incorporating her personal style and sense of fun. 

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Torrid says Wilson has been extremely hands-on with her designs, and that's clear from just looking at the line. There's a koala-print T-shirt (since Wilson is Australian), microphone details, and the word "Rebel" basically everywhere. It doubles as a badass statement and a reflection of the designer herself.

Rebel for Torrid

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The best part? It's actually affordable. Rebel for Torrid, (opens in new tab) which runs from size 12 to 28, has approximately 25 pieces, ranging from $28 to $125. Plus, the collection is in mostly blacks, whites, and grays, which means it goes with everything.

Rebel for Torrid

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The first collection is for the fall and into the holiday season, but she's also working on a spring 2016 collection. It's the second celebrity plus-size line to hit stores: Melissa McCarthy (opens in new tab) launched her Seven7 line this summer, which comes in sizes 4 to 28. 

Rebel for Torrid

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Megan Friedman is the former managing editor of the Newsroom at Hearst. She's worked at NBC and Time, and is a graduate of Northwestern's Medill School of Journalism.