The weight of the average American woman is about 25 pounds heavier than it was in 1960, but the limited styles available to the growing number of plus-size women reflect a persistent stereotype that larger women don't want to be stylish, experts say. "There's a significant dollar opportunity in what is currently a very depressed apparel segment that retailers should be looking to exploit," said retail strategist Alison Levy.

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