Body inclusivity is here to stay! (Duh.) That’s why it’s important to know about all the best plus-size clothing brands—after all, there are some real hidden gems out there. Knowing which brands carry which sizes can really help make the shopping process more convenient and fun.
After all, finding plus-size clothing that fits your body in all the right spots isn’t always a walk in the park—even if about 67 percent of American women wear a size 14 or above. Thankfully though, shopping for super cute plus-size options is getting easier, so long as you know where to go!
Whether you’re looking for plus-size workout clothes, everyday wear, swimwear, intimates, or office-appropriate threads, these 25 plus-size clothing brands have everything you need.
Here are our top favorite best plus-size clothing brands!
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Best Plus-Size Clothing Brands
Featuring sizes 12 to 24, 11 Honoré is a size-inclusive online-only store that carries designer clothing—Diane Von Furstenberg, Siriano, and more. In addition to providing designer exclusives, 11 Honoré also offers personal shopping and virtual styling options right from the comfort of your own home. A premier destination for size-inclusive style and beauty, it’s a label lover’s dream!
APlus is the beloved Anthropologie’s plus-size collection that is available both in-store and online. Their styles run the gamut from athletic wear and leisurewear to dresses, jackets, accessories, and more, all with Anthropologie’s signature style inspired by the company’s five muses: soft and delicate, boho chic, easy cool, elegant classic, and modern sporty. They carry sizes 16W through 26W.
From ASOS, ASOS Curve is a plus-size clothing collection that was launched back in 2010. They carry everything from seasonal pieces like sweaters and cardigans to basic wardrobe staples like trendy dresses, skirts, bodysuits, sweats, and more. Featuring an array of options rather than only one offering in each style, ASOS Curve carries women’s sizes up to US 28.
The brand is also known for running on the larger side—for example, one blogger wrote that a size 24 can fit anywhere between 26/28 or 30/32—so take that into consideration!
Athleta, a popular athleisure clothing brand known for its comfortable leggings, now carries sizes 1X through 3X in their fan-favorite athleticwear. You’ll find everything from tops, bottoms, bras, jackets, and even dresses.
Plus-sizes are available both in stores at Athleta and online, too.
“We’re focusing on the customer and understanding what she wants. Providing fashion that’s quality-driven, with great fabrics, and a really good fit in all size ranges,” Jolene Danielson, Director of Technical Product Design, says of Atleta’s inclusive design philosophy. “It’s an emotional experience. You want to be able to find anything in your size and not be limited, and that’s what inclusivity is about.”
If it’s plus-sized swimwear you’re looking for, Bare Necessities carries a wide array of popular swim brands—from ELOMI and Freya to Miraclesuit. Always supportive and cute, each Bare Necessities bathing suit promises to accentuate all your body’s best features! Swimsuit sizes range from 28DD to 24W.
No fast fashion here! Beaton is a slow fashion brand that prides itself on being size-inclusive, offering sizes XS to 4X. From designer Katie Beaton, the line’s designs feature linen basics that are versatile and capsule friendly. Each piece is made in Europe, dyed with eco-friendly dyes in the U.S., and then shipped from Katie’s home studio in Canada. Beaton also has a super cute children’s line, Red Creek Kids, so that you can coordinate outfits with your kids.
Remember this standout Project Runway contestant? Designer Christian Siriano has come a very long way since his reality TV design start and now, his high-fashion luxury brand includes plus sizes as well. Sizes go up to US28 and as usual with this designer, you can expect high-quality fabrics that are fierce and right on the pulse of what’s about to be popular.
Coyan is a premium “understated luxury” brand made-to-order in New York. Featuring upscale silk dresses and formalwear for fancy occasions, available in sizes 0 to 24. Their apparel is made from 100% silk and Coyan has introduced their own sizing chart on a scale of 1 to 8 meant to take the insecurity out of sizing.
Dia and Co.
Dia and Co. totes itself as an affordable plus-size fashion brand featuring sizes 14 to 32. You can either shop online or sign up for a curated style box subscription. If you opt for the Dia Box, it’s curated by a dedicated Dia stylist. First, you take a Style Quiz online, then your Dia stylist curates options just for you!
You’ll find sizes 14 through 28 at ELOQUII, as well as an option to rent as part of their Unlimited subscription. For a flat fee of $79/mo, you can have curated style boxes sent to your home. Once you’re ready for a new box of rentable clothes, send the old box back as often as once weekly. You get unlimited (hence the name!) exchanges per month for the same $79 rate.
Fabletics, the activewear company by Kate Hudson, also has great workout options for plus-size women. Featuring celebrity collaborations like Riverdale‘s Madelaine Petsch, Demi Lovato, and more, Fabletics’ plus sizes range from 1X to 4X. Not to mention, their clothes are so beyond comforable, you might just want to lounge in ’em, too! Because you should look good… even when you’re breaking a sweat.
Made for plus-size women, by plus-size women. Henning is the brainchild of the plus-size model and fashion editor Lauren Chan. Featuring luxury womenswear in sizes US 12-24, Henning is also locally and ethically made in New York City. Here you’ll find upscale staple pieces for every plus-size woman’s wardrobe, from their bestselling leather jacket to form-fitting blazers and trench coats. It also doesn’t hurt that Henning is beloved by celebrities like Ashley Graham and Nicolette Mason!
The trendy fashion powerhouse H&M also offers plus-size clothing that’s stylish and affordable. They launched their extended sizes in-store in 2018, offering sizes up to XXL and switching their sizing structure. H&M has everything from tops, jeans, jackets, blazers, and dresses so you can do your shopping for date night and the office all in one place, but despite a bunch of options, their clothes tend to run small.
According to TODAY.com, H&M’s 2018 shift in sizing means that a person who is a size 12 would likely fit into a 10 at H&M. Of course, sizing varies from body to body.
Known for their chic fabrics and elegant silhouettes, İnan Işik is Scandinavia’s first premium plus-size brand. Using ethical production, sustainable practices, and led by female thinkers, designers, and suppliers, İnan Işik offers sizes up to 40 in their sustainable jeans, wardrobe essentials, and their premium silk pieces.
A few years ago, J.Crew released a plus-size collection featuring extended sizes that go up to 5X. While the company still has a long way to go as far as size inclusivity, you should note that plus sizes at J.Crew aren’t marked as “plus.” Their extended sizes, which J.Crew added in 2018, means that clothing will be available in more sizes, but you won’t see a specific “plus-size” distinction on their clothes or in-store.
Founded by body-positive influencer Patricia Luiza Blaj, Loud Bodies is an ethical, sustainable, and inclusive slow fashion brand. They carry sizes XXS to 10XL, which computes to 0-42 in US sizes and 2-46 in UK sizes. Loud Bodies also offers free custom orders and in addition to focusing on body inclusivity, also prioritizes sustainability and ethical practices.
Measure & Made
If you’ve ever tried on clothes from a “plus-sized clothing brand,” only to find out that means they carry XL only, look no further than Measure & Made. Truly inclusive of all body types and sizes, Measure & Made jeans are personalized to your unique body shape using Fitlogic technology. Made with ultra-soft stretch material, Measure & Made jeans fit like a glove and are priced affordably at $79.95.
Nordstrom carries a ton of different plus-size clothing brands (from Madewell to adidas x Ivy Park) and as most frequent shoppers know, also offers incredible discounts. In addition to the affordability, you’ll also love Nordstrom for its range. Featuring more than 100 different plus-size clothing brands online and in-stores, Nordstrom has made very public attempts in the past few years to call on big brands to add more options in sizes 14, 16, and 18.
From every curvy girl’s favorite affordable shop Fashion Nova, comes their plus-size collection, Nova Curve. Their sizes run from 0 to 24 Plus and 1X to 4X. Nova Curve is one of the best places to shop for affordable, on-trend pieces like graphic tee’s, plus-size jeans, swimsuits, tops and dresses, and more. In fact, the selection at Nova Curve is massive with over 1,000 items.
Old Navy isn’t awesome just because it has great low prices and frequent sales. It also offers a great variety of plus-size clothing! Choose from undergarments, swimwear, athletic wear, jeans, and more. In 2018, Old Navy added more plus sizes to its inventory; previously, it had carried up to a size 20. Now, their vast plus section carries sizes 16 to 30 and 1X to 4X.
UK-based PrettyLittleThing offers a plus-size range of sizing up to 26. With a similar style of clothing to Zara, H&M, or Topshop, PrettyLittleThing isn’t just inclusive—it’s also very affordable. Their vast array of offerings include trendy pieces from comfortable basics and graphic t-shirts to edgy wear for a night on the town.
Shopping at Torrid is bound to be love at first fit. After all, that’s their goal—to find you the perfect fit for your bod! Torrid carries sizes from 00 to 30, which according to their size conversion chart, are equivalent sizes to M/L through 1X to 6X. Their Spanx run in sizes S to 3X and their bra and swimwear cups run-up to DD/DDD/F.
Self-proclaimed as the world’s most inclusive fashion brand, Universal Standard offers size-inclusive elevated essentials that fit sizes 00 to 40. They even have a pretty amazing exchange policy for their FIT LIBERTY collection; if your size changes and clothes no longer fit, they’ll exchange your new size for free. Universal Standard also has a maternity line, FIT LIBERTY (MOM), in partnership with Danielle Brooks. It’s a unique line in that it’s clothing made for pregnancy and for after pregnancy, too!
Vince, an “understated luxury” brand from California known for their luxe fabrics also has a plus-size line featuring silk dresses, cashmere, and more in sizes up to US24. Their prices are hefty and their materials are elegant and fancy, but if you have a big event coming up, it’s a great luxe option to consider.
Violeta by Mango
In 2014, fashion brand Mango launched Violeta by Mango, their plus-size line featuring sizes US42 to 54 While you may recall that Mango received some heat when it first announced the line, the plus-size clothing brand has changed its messaging in the past few years and has stayed an amazing option for trendy clothing with super affordable pricing.
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