Women's Plus Size Business Suits for Under $125

These suits won't break the bank

If you're on a budget and you need a suit, here are five great places to buy women's plus size business suits for less than $125. Every business woman should try to budget for at least one high-quality "power suit," but these stores offer suits nice that are enough to present a professional image without killing your bank account.

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Lane Bryant

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Lane Bryant's walk-in and online stores both offer affordable business and casual clothing for women who are size 14 and up. If you walk in, you can mix and match jackets, skirts and suit pants if you wear one size on top and another on the bottom. Some of the items are trendy, but Lane Bryant also offers staple traditional business suits.

Their jewelry is overpriced for the quality and a bit too informal for most business environments, and you might want to buy hosiery somewhere else because it's far too pricey here. Lane Bryant also offers free bra measurement services in-store to help you find the perfect fit. More

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Roamans.com

This is a great store for women who wear sizes 14 to 44 and want modest but attractive business attire. This online merchant offers many cuts without plunging necklines, too-tight bodices or short-short hemlines.

Roamans.com has a full line of suits and dresses that fall below the knee for those who don't want to flaunt a lot of legs. They offer a wide variety of clothing from trendy to conservative to flirty at rock-bottom prices. You may want to invest in at least one high-end, pricier suit for power events, but their business attire is quite suitable for day-to-day office wear.  More

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Catherines.com

Catherine's boasts affordable prices for women in sizes 16w through 34w. It offers a small variety of business suits for plus-size women and carries the staple navy, gray and black pin stripe in pantsets and jacket/dress suits. Their suits tend to run a little more on the conservative side, but they do offer jackets, skirts, and pants separately for women who wear different sizes on tops and bottoms. More

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Nordstrom Rack

This storefront is very different from Nordstrom. The prices are much lower and the atmosphere is less sophisticated. The individual stock will vary from store to store. Expect sub standard customer service – at least that's been my experience when visiting stores in three different states. 

The Rack offers name brand designer garments that didn't sell in other stores. They can include damaged, mismatched, overstocked and leftover garments, as well as off-season items. You can usually find a surplus of larger-sized clothing ranging from fancy evening wear to shorts to business attire. You can also bargain hunt for shoes and bags here.  More

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WomanWithin.com

This site is worth mentioning because it regularly runs specials and offers deep discounts. Their line of skirts and tops are a little too casual for the workplace, and their suits tend to be seasonal items rather than staple business suits. Suit stock varies considerably, but it's worth checking from time to time to find items to flush out your business wardrobe because they're so affordable.  More

How Much Do You Want to Spend?

You'll find some higher-priced attire at most of these stores if you want to spend more, but you can pretty much count on finding something of good quality under $125 as well.