15 Sustainable Plus Size Clothing Brands That Match Your Style

Ethical Plus Size Clothing

For sustainable fashion to transition from niche to normal, it’s vital that fair fashion be accessible to everyone who wants to engage in it—and that includes thoughtfully made plus-size clothing. For so long, the path to adopting the slow fashion movement was blocked as brands failed to offer inclusive sizes. But not so much anymore! 

This season, check out these 15 sustainable brands offering ethically made plus-size clothing for the curvy woman, from everyday basics to fabulous formalwear.

Looking to complete the look? Check out our guides to responsibly made shoes and handbags.

1. Girlfriend Collective

Ethics | Sustainable & recycled materials, SA8000-certified fair production practices, upcycling program, gives back
Best For | Activewear & swimwear
Price Range | $–$$
Sizes Available | Up to 6XL

Girlfriend Collective is a revolutionary activewear brand that’s using recycled plastic to create comfortable and durable leggings, sports bras, and swimwear that you’ll wear time and time again. The brand’s dedication to transparency is clear on the About Page, where you can learn about the entire production process, the factory it partners with, and its fair labor initiatives and certifications. With sizes that go up to 6XL, these pieces are designed to easily go wherever your next adventure calls you.

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2. Big Bud Press

Ethics | Ethically made in Los Angeles, nontoxic dyes, hand-dyed, natural cotton
Best For | Unisex apparel
Price Range | $$–$$$$
Sizes Available | Up to 6X

The Los Angeles-based Big Bud Press gives off good vibes with its vibrant and, dare we say, groovy apparel. Ethically made with local Californian contractors, the rapidly-growing brand specializes in inclusive, unisex everyday wear so all genders can rock custom-dyed trousers or statement jumpsuits. With sizes ranging from XXS through 6XL, this small business is one of the most size-inclusive brands on the list.

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3. Karen Kane

Ethics | Ethical production, transparent supply chain, sustainable materials, gives back
Best For | Tops & layers
Price Range | $$–$$$
Sizes Available | Up to 3X

Guided by respect for both people and the planet, family-run Karen Kane believes “women should feel beautiful and comfortable, always.” And it speaks from experience as over 70 percent of the company’s management team is women. Using sustainable fabrics (like rayon and viscose made from wood and tree pulp) and with most of the clothing cut and handsewn in Los Angeles, Karen Kane’s clothing is feminine and versatile. The Plus line includes everything from dresses to outerwear.

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4. Sotela

Ethics | Ethically made in CA, natural & sustainable fabrics, made-to-order
Best For | Wrap & crop tops
Price Range | $$$–$$$$
Sizes Available | Up to US 28–30 (See detailed sizing info here)

Our bodies change on a daily basis, and the team behind Sotela wants us to champion that. Instead of being too restricted or too loose, Sotela crafts stunning apparel that’s both size-inclusive and flexible for whenever we fluctuate. Ethically handmade in California using natural fabrics like Tencel and linen, it uses non-traditional sizing to promote inclusivity and comfort, rather than complicating our feelings with body image. We’re obsessed with the stylish wrap tops, off-the-shoulder crops, and flowy skirts.

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5. Warp + Weft 

Ethics |  Fair labor & wages, vertically integrated factory, sustainable practices & materials
Best For | Denim
Price Range | $$
Sizes Available | Up to 24

Warp + Weft is a TGT fave for their sustainable practices and excellent denim. The family-owned brand believes that in order to look great, the denim has to fit right (no argument here!) and that’s why their collections are size inclusive. No one wearing their goods has to suffer from a waistband that gaps or digs, which sounds great to us!

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Ethics | Fair Trade Certified collections, sustainable materials & practices, gives back
Best For | Organic linen, cotton, & cashmere
Price Range | $$$–$$$$
Sizes Available | Up to 3X

From sustainable and organic fibers to a squeaky clean supply chain and focus on human rights, EILEEN FISHER’s ethical approach is multi-faceted. In terms of aesthetics, expect effortless staples in muted tones. Not content with simply scaling the size range up a few notches, the company has a dedicated Plus collection, which is designed to be flawlessly proportioned up to a 3X. Intentional every step of the way.


7. TomboyX 

Ethics | Sustainable & OEKO-TEX 100 certified fabrics, B Corp certified, ethically made in Asia & South America, eco-friendly packaging, inclusive sizing
Best For | Comfortable & conscious intimates
Price Range | $-$$
Sizes Available | Up to 6X

TomboyX makes unisex undergarments, activewear, swimwear, loungewear, and accessories for bodies of all shapes and sizes. These are designs that are meant to fit who you are, how you are, as you are. Every garment is produced without harmful chemicals, and the brand uses a water recycling program in their production. TomboyX also works directly with suppliers and factories, caring for their works across their supply chain. If you’re looking to update your top drawer this is the shop for you!

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8. Hours

Ethics | Ethically made, sustainable & upcycled materials, eco-friendly practices, plastic-free shipping
Best For | Layers
Price Range
| $$–$$$
Sizes Available | 14 to 28

Hours is all about low-impact and high-quality with its NYC-based brand for women, exclusively for sizes 14–28. From simple tees to knit cardigans, there are all kinds of pieces for your ideal capsule wardrobe. It’s effortless, made to last, and exceptionally functional because—as Hours remind us—clothes are meant to fit you, not the other way around.

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9. Alice Alexander

Ethics | Ethically made in US, Portugal, & India, locally sourced & sustainable materials, low fabric waste
Best For | Colorful statement pieces
Price Range | $$$–$$$$
Sizes Available | Up to 30 (4X), additional sizes custom-made at no extra charge

Alice Alexander’s whole brand ethos centers around inclusivity—without sacrificing the quality of the clothes or the working conditions of the people making them. Originally launched as a brand for just plus-size women, Alice Alexander pivoted to include sizes 0 through 30 for the sake of not perpetuating the cycle of exclusivity. We especially love its willingness to create a garment just for you at no additional cost if your size is not offered. The colorful designs are modern and perfect for the season.

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10. Loud Bodies

Ethics | Ethical production, OEKO-TEX certified fabrics, nontoxic dyes, gives back, plastic-free packaging, carbon-neutral
Best For | Dresses & formalwear
Price Range | $$–$$$
Sizes Available | Up to 10X; free custom tailoring

Loud Bodies is loud and proud when it comes to their belief that everybody deserves to feel beautiful. This brand offers sizing from XXS through 10XL, and if you have an atypical body type or don’t fall within that range, Loud Bodies will customize pieces for you, free of charge. And most items are made-to-order with only sustainable materials, ensuring you get exactly what you asked for—without the added waste.

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11. Levi’s

Ethics | Ethically made, sustainable practices & materials, gives back, secondhand shop available
Best For | Denim jackets
Price Range | $$–$$$
Sizes Available | Up to 4X

For over 150 years, Levi’s has been making our favorite wardrobe staples. With sizes up to 4X, the denim jeans and jackets are available for the whole family to rock. Made with responsibly sourced cotton and Lyocell or even recycled denim, the brand has made the move over to eco-friendly practices like reduced water consumption. No matter your style, you can find inclusive, sustainable denim here.

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12. Kirrin Finch

Ethics | Sustainable & natural materials, made responsibly in the USA, gives back
Best For | Menswear-inspired, androgynous & tomboy style
Price Range | $$$
Sizes Available | Up to 24 (3X)

If you’re on the hunt for menswear-inspired style made for female and non-binary bodies, look no further than Kirrin Finch! The brand creates dapper, gender-neutral pieces that can be dressed up or down for any occasion, all made from sustainable materials. The team also supports LGBTQ+ organizations through donations and events, and advocates for all gender identities; check out the blog where it features “Dapper Scouts,” stylish people who are also outstanding community ambassadors.

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13. Loup

Ethics | Ethically made in New York City, lifetime repairs, natural materials
Best For | Curve-friendly pants & jumpsuits
Price Range | $$$
Sizes Available | Up to 3X

Inspired by the likes of Brigitte Bardot and Audrey Hepburn, Loup is a brand combining New York City ethics with Parisian style. Designed and produced locally in the Big Apple, this womenswear brand focuses on curve-friendly clothing, particularly pants and jumpsuits. And don’t worry about wear and tear—Loup will help with repairs or offer you store credit for any fixes you paid for.

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14. The Standard Stitch

Ethics | Ethically made in Los Angeles, organic & sustainable materials, nontoxic dyes, compostable packaging
Best For | Tees, tops, loungewear
Price Range | $–$$
Sizes Available | Up to 5X

The Standard Stitch’s mission is to “create clothes that are as gentle on the earth as they are on your body—every body.” And it’s achieving just that, with inclusive sizing up to 5X. (If you don’t see your size, you can also get in touch!) Its line of tees, tanks, and loungewear are perfect for mixing and matching in our closets, all made with recycled and/or organic cotton. Even the bright colors are achieved using low-impact and nontoxic dyes. Checks all the boxes!

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15. Hara The Label 

Ethics | Sustainable fabric, ethical production, natural dyes
Best For | Bamboo undies
Price Range | $$
Sizes Available | Up to 5X

HARA the Label is a bamboo clothing store that is committed to making better, more sustainable fashion. Their super soft underwear, bras, and garments are made from fast-growing bamboo, which takes up far less room and resources to produce than other common fiber sources. Everything is created with natural plant-based dyes using ethical production methods in Australia. With their commitment to sustainability, reduced waste, and better ethics, HARA’s undies feel just as good as we do about their impact.

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