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Rebdolls is an online fashion brand offering cheap and chic basics from size small to 5XL.

With dresses, bottoms, swimwear, tops, and accessories from $5 and up, Rebdolls was created by plus-size model Grisel Paula.

The store has a whole section dedicated to matching two-piece sets, many of which are under $50.

Two-piece sets are amazing because you never have to ask yourself, Does this go together? It's literally the fastest way to pick an outfit. I ordered seven sets to try out the style. 

The first two-piece set I tried was ONLY $28!

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I tried a 3X and it fit comfortably. The only issue I had was that the top kept rising and rolling under my bra. I would recommend to size up if you are busty.

Essential two-piece skater set ($28, Rebdolls)

The material was extremely lightweight and breathable.

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photo: Revelist/Carmen Churtado Esteves

Perfect for summertime. 

The second set really pushed me out of my comfort zone.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

I pride myself on dressing for my style, not what society thinks I should wear. But this shows more visible belly outline than I usually rock. 

Bet on me flutter sleeves midi set ($38.40, Rebdolls)

Rebdolls tends to favor taller women, so this "crop top" didn't fit right on my 5'4" frame.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

When I first saw this outfit I was confused and excited.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler
The top splits right under your bra, so certain movements can let your girls peek out for the world to see. I live for the fashion drama, and anything that gives the illusion of a cape is perfect for me. 

Letting go crossover top with leggings set ($31.99, Rebdolls)

The leggings are extremely curve-hugging, but still comfortable AF.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

And don't go thinking matchy-matchy sets have to be monochromatic! Rebdolls makes amazing prints.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler
I tried this set in a 3X as well. 

Trust issues V-neck crop top and pleated pant set ($36, Rebdolls)

The pants were too long. I had to knot the ends to keep them from dragging.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

Plus-size athleisure is rare, so I was psyched to try this $36 jogger set.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

Also in a 3X. 

Counting Benjamins oversize crop top and jogger pants set ($36, Rebdolls)

The soft fabric had me hooked.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

But again, these pants were made for someone taller than me. 

I love anything that lets me feel like Morticia Addams in the summer.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler
This 3X kimono short set is definitely Morticia-approved. 

Feeling the moment shorts and kimono top set ($33.60, Rebdolls)

I was worried the cropped kimono would roll up and settle under my bra, but it didn't move an inch.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

The sizing of this 3X suited me fine. 

I couldn't end the haul without a classic LBD, and this one comes with a duster.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

The sweet spot cardigan and midi dress set ($36, Rebdolls)

This 3X was a bit snug, so I recommend sizing up.

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photo: Revelist/Brittany Fowler

THE VERDICT

Pros

  • Rebdolls offers straight-size trends that are hard to find in plus sizes. 
  • The price is definitely right if you're on a budget.
  • Mixing and matching possibilities are endless. 

Cons

  • Having to tie the pant legs in knots or have them tailored if you're short. 
  • Not being able to get a set in two different sizes if you're bigger on bottom/top. 

Overall I really enjoyed having trendy and inexpensive options. Hopefully other brands step up to the plate as well.