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  • Gwynnie Bee is a plus-size clothing rental service
  • Gwynnie Bee is a plus-size clothing rental service
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Gwynnie Bee is a plus-size clothing rental service

Shopping can be difficult if stores don't stock your size – and for plus-size women, the available options are limited. Gwynnie Bee is a subscription service putting an end to this issue. For as little as $49 a month, subscribers can rent or buy from a wardrobe of 2,000 garments.

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