Aidy Bryant's Shrill Looks Had To Be Custom-Made Because Plus Fashion Is A "Dead Zone"



Aidy Bryant’s wardrobe in the new Hulu series Shrill is full of fun, feminine, and bright pieces — that you won’t find anywhere online.“Almost everything I wear they made from scratch,” Bryant said during a recent talk with Charlotte Zoller, senior social media strategist at plus-size fashion brand Eloquii.The talk was captured on Bryant’s Instagram stories, and she pointed out that the above-the-knee sequin show-stopping dress from episode 3 and another red frock from the show are among the custom looks her character Annie wears. “It’s almost all from scratch, which is kind of wild, but I really appreciated that our costume designer put in the work,” she said.The search for ready-to-wear plus-size options can be dismal, which Shrill hilariously points out.“Everything is either like a big Indiana Walmart sack or it’s like some cutesy shit covered in Eiffel Tower postage stamps,” Annie says in the show.To avoid that, the show’s costume designer Amanda Needham h

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