8 Size-Inclusive Brands To Have On Your Radar This Fall
The state of plus-size fashion has taken great strides to improve over the last few years. Full-figured women are no longer forced to choose between ill-fitting sacks or matronly ensembles that cover every square inch of skin. Finally, plus-size clothing is stylish.
Yet so many curvy girls still feel that they’re stuck to the over-saturated plus-size brands that line outlet mall. There are new, size-inclusive brands out there filled with unique designs that satisfy every wardrobe want. Here are some size-inclusive brands you should have on your radar.
Tuesday Bassen is an award-winning illustrator turned fashion designer who recently opened her own brick-and-mortar store in Los Angeles. These quirky designs are sure to turn heads and available in sizes XXS to 5X, this brand is sure to have something for everyone.
CoEdition is a new, multi-brand online shop of curated products at accessible price points. You can shop fashionable apparel, intimates, activewear and swim in sizes 10-26, as well, the site hosts a forum for like-minded shoppers and influencers to share style tips, inspiration and feedback.
As an eco-friendly fashion option, Hackwith Design House was created with the idea that women’s bodies are as diverse as their skills, talents, and accomplishments, so its new addition of an extended sizes collection is clearly an evolution of that concept. HDH Plus offers minimalist tops, pants, and dresses at affordable prices for sizes 14-28.
Premme is the result of fashion bloggers Nicolette Mason and Gabi Gregg joining forces to create a clothing label for all women. The brand prides itself on offering fashion-forward styles for the curvier consumer, all of which are available in “Premme sizes” 0-6, which corresponds to size 12-30.
Each season, designer Elann Zelie’s eponymous line is one to watch. Zelie For She is a brand that always keeps you guessing with its mixed prints and bold colors plus a range of garments from maxi dresses to wrap tops and form-fitting skirts, all available in sizes 14-24.
Eileen Fisher is a staple brand when it comes to shopping for classic and well-made separates, like simple tanks, wide-legs trousers, blazers and more. With sizes ranging from XXS to 3X, the brand is a great business casual option for full-figured women.
Universal Standard is a go-to brand for the minimalist, cool girl. Based in New York City, this brand was launched to fill the lack of sleek minimalism looks in the plus-size market. Offered in size 10 to 28, Universal Standard has slouchy jeans, edgy, embellished sweatshirts and layering dresses, remaining entirely on trend with current straight-size labels.
Designer Yona Love created her fashion brand because she felt that plus clothes fell into two categories: shapeless sacks or skin-tight silhouettes – neither of which appealed to her professional style. Her brand shows that business casual doesn’t mean boring, and is instead sophisticated, offering a breath of fresh air in what is traditionally a dull market.
Do you know any other size-inclusive brands to have on our radar? Let us know in the comment section.
Featured image: Instagram/ @shopcoedition
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