By Kristen Donia

Each morning when we wake up, before we embark on our day, we pick out an outfit – jeans and a tee, perhaps a dress, maybe leggings, a tank and a jean jacket, etc. We choose what to wear and how we want to feel, in this selection process. Cozy, laid back, dressed up or casual.

We all need and deserve the opportunity to express ourselves and feel comfortable in what we wear each day.

Take a look at the list below to learn more about these size inclusive brands. You may have heard of a few of them before, but they’ve made necessary changes to make clothing for all, not just some. And luckily many clothing companies that have popped up in the last few years, already got the memo, and started out that way.


When Summersalt began designing swimwear and clothing they took extensive measures to get to know every detail. Literally!

Using 1.5 million body measurements from 10,000 women, the Summersalt fit was born. Offering sizes 2-22 in swimwear and XS-2XL in clothing.


Knix is all about living unapologetic and free. Now that’s something we can all get behind.

A brand that supports, honors, and encourages us to be *exactly* who we are? Yes, please. Bras and underwear that will make you feel comfortable and naturally you. Offering bras in sizes 1-8++ (32A – 42H) and underwear in XS-XXXXL.


Working towards period equality, helping to provide access to products that make going to school, work and just living life easier, is at the heart of their company. Thinx is on a mission and everyone is included. Offering sizes XXS – 4X.

Girlfriend Collective

Talk about passion. Girlfriend Collective is a brand that touts transparency and actually delivers. Their About page gives you all the details on their manufacturing processes, certifications of their facilities and fair trade processes. Their items come in XXS- 6XL.


Regular and curvy are just some of the options at Loft. Calling themselves and their customers, Loftimists, people with a positive outlook on life who look for the silver lining and spread joy wherever they go, is just one of their cornerstones. Plus, curvy, petite, maternity, and tall, they offer many options, “different styles, different sizes, different women – everyone’s welcome here.”


Madewell jeans have become iconic over the years. They’re currently offered in plus, petite, standard, and tall, making these cult classics available to a wide range of body types. The Community and Culture sections of the site highlight playlists and people who inspire that leave you feeling like a part of the team.

Aerie/American Eagle

Launched in 2006, Aerie, American Eagle’s sub-brand, carries bras, underwear, activewear, swimwear, clothing and more. “Aerie sizes: Feelings change. Moods change. Bodies change. Now more sizes than ever in more styles than ever.” Nice work Aerie. Offering XXS – XXL.

Are we missing any of your favorite inclusive brands? What are some of your favorites?


Kristen Donia is a freelance writer living in a tiny house she built in sunny Southern Oregon. She has a Bachelors Degree in Education and has dedicated her life to studying and writing about empathy, vulnerability and enriching the human experience.