Big Girls breaking the internet should be a warning to brands. If they don’t get on board with inclusive sizing they are missing major market share! Unfortunately, many brands that offer larger sizes due that by using cheap synthetics. We believe sustainable style that includes earth friendly fabrics shouldn’t be limited by size. So we’ve made it easy for you to shop from this list of brands that offer extended sizing without sacrificing eco-friendly values. Prices and fabrics vary due to the difference in items offered by each brand, but you can be sure we’ve chosen brands that are positively affecting both people and planet!
Please note: We’ve kept out a few popular brands and introduced some perhaps new-to-you brands that are making an effort to use planet friendly materials over polyesters and other synthetics.
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Alder makes outdoor recreation apparel for womxn. They offer inclusive sizing, community-informed design, sustainable and ethical production and a playful brand that starkly contrasts with the performance-driven, hard-core athletic brands that currently dominate the outdoor space.
Sizes: XS – 6X
Committing to ethical labor production, low waste, and eco-friendly fabric usage, Alice Alexander strives for a sustainable future for everyone. The brand’s timeless creations will be a mainstay in your closet for years!
ARQ’s undergarments come in a rainbow of colors, created in partnership with a US-based family-owned sewing factory. Fabrics are ensured to be certified organic or deadstock and the brand is actively working towards reducing waste.
Created for “The True Majority,” BAACAL offers high-end designs intended to be seasonless. The brand’s pieces feature vintage and upcycled materials alongside sustainable standards like linen and organic cotton.
LA-based Big Bud Press is a favorite at No Kill Magazine for their locally based, sweatshop-free, ethical production. Not just inclusive in sizing, all designs are unisex and made in a variety of colors and patterns.
Canadian based Diane Kennedy has all your everyday basics from organic bamboo leggings to jewel toned tunic tops. She even offers a capsule collection to take the work out of “what to wear?”
Sizes: S – 3X
Overseeing the entire production process from fibers to finished products, DL1961 remains as one of the top sustainable denim brands. Offering traditional and extended sizes, DL1961’s jeans are produced with practices that recycle old fabrics to create new yarn. Each pair requires just 10 gallons of water to produce, a steep drop from the typical 1500 gallons that normally goes into jeans.
Sizes: 23-34 (traditional), 14-24 (extended)
Some of the many ways Eileen Fisher tackles sustainability is with fabrics like regenerative wool and traceable cotton, supply chain mapping, and a take-back circularity program. To round out the brand’s inclusive size offerings, a full petite line is offered.
Canadian-based FRANC is a certified B-Corp and all garments are cut and sewn just outside of Toronto. FRANC is 100% plastic-free and uses only Bluesign® certified dyes on their products to avoid toxic chemicals.
Using upcycled natural fabrics, HOURS stands for giving access to beautiful clothing to women of all sizes. The styles are seasonless and made to last as a remedy to fast fashion.
While we normally stick to North American brands, we can’t ignore LOUDBODIES. Super fun fashion, founder Patricia Luiza Blaj started with the belief that style has no size and ethically produced sustainable clothing of all sizes should be available to people everywhere. In 2019 she vowed that “by the end of 2020, all LOUDBODIES items will be made from sustainable fabrics only.” And if that’s not enough to make you a fangirl, LOUDBODIES has the most inclusive sizing we’ve seen.
Sizes: XXS- 10XL
Mara Hoffman is committed to combining colorful collections that celebrate women while keeping sustainability a top priority. The brand has developed its Full Circle program, which allows customers to buy and sell Mara Hoffman clothing right on the website, encouraging circularity. Clothes are created from fabrics like organic cotton, modal, and Tencelä.
Prioritizing worker well-being and handmade artistry is central to the Mata Traders brand. This slowly made brand has both a traditional and plus size line.
Sizes: XS-XL (traditional), 1X & 2X (plus)
Miakoda uses plant-based materials to create comfortable clothes that look and feel good. Everything is made locally under ethical conditions, and they even have a zero-waste line!
LA-made Proclaim garments are super versatile and made of comfortable fabrics like cupro & cotton. The brand not only focuses on earth-friendly practices, but its feature is a nude lingerie line in a range of shades to be as inclusive as possible.
Using natural fabrics like linen, cotton, wool, and silk, Revelle is owned and operated by one woman, Lisa Nicole, who creates stylish made-to-order clothing. This Los Angeles based brand aims to create truly personal clothing that will last.
Woman-owned and focused on creating connection through thoughtful clothing, Seek Collective strives to be socially responsible with small batch production. Hand-looming, natural dying, and hand block printing are just a few of the techniques used to make these beautiful clothes.
Sotela has developed their own sizing system based on bust, waist, and hip measurements with an option to select regular, petite, and long inseams. The brand operates on a made to order model and works on values of body positivity, positive impact, humanity, and environment.
Sizes: 0-10 in Sotela’s unique sizing system (you can find a guide here)
Symbology creates artistic designs utilizing methods of hand block printing, hand dying, fair trade, and hand stitching. Their wide variety of styles are crafted by women artisans.
Tonlé designs with a zero-waste process that focuses on utilizing reclaimed materials and using 100% of those textiles when making new garments. Whatever small scraps are left over, the brand then mixes to create handmade paper!
Limited runs and deadstock fabrics are the building blocks of slow fashion brand Vincetta. All garments are made locally in NYC.
Reduced water usage, a 98% water recycling rate, and forgoing traditional bleaching for eco-friendly Dry Ozone technology are just some of that factors that make Warp + Weft another standout denim brand. Warp + Weft is not only committed to safe environmental practices, but to providing positive working conditions for their employees, too.