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Size Inclusive Sustainable Brands 2021

Reader request alert! This one came from y’all, and I am so glad you encouraged me to make this blog post. As someone who comfortably exists in the bubble of straight sizes, it’s easy to overlook that SO MANY gals (and guys and n/b folks) cannot shop the straight size rack. I also think it’s important for straight sized folks to support brands (with their dollas) who create inclusive size ranges.

All of the brands included in this post are “certifiable slow fashion” companies who carry sizes up to at least 3x. You can read my starter guide to sustainable/ethical brands here (not size inclusive). Note: I am still on the hunt for a Black-owned sustainable/ethical size-inclusive brand, so please send ’em my way if you know of a great one!

Thank you to my Internet friends Lydia (@styleistyle), Sydney (@ohhhhhhhhhoney), Nic (@nic.taliaferro) and Lydia (@lydiahudgens) who are constantly teaching me more about inclusive fashion and pushing me to be a more inclusive human. Without these incredible folks I would not know about half of the brands on this list.

Now, let’s get shoppin!

Nettle Studios

A sustainable San Francisco brand that focuses on producing small batch collections of fun and modern silhouettes. They design and sew everything in house at their studio in the Mission District. Sizes XS-3XL. Shop here.

Free Label

Elevated and ethical basics for the conscious shopper. Made in Canada from natural fiber fabrics, such as organic cotton and bamboo. Sizes are not consistent across all pieces, but apparently range from XS-3X. Shop here.


Alice Alexander

Sustainable, ethical, size-inclusive women’s apparel made in the USA. They are a vertically-integrated, direct-to-consumer company, where they design, pattern, cut and sew each item on a made-to-order basis. Sizes 0-30 Shop here.


EMLEE Design is a Nashville-based clothing brand that focuses on artistic, thoughtful apparel. Sustainably made to order. With thoughtfully designed pieces and inclusive sizing, their goal is to create a warm and welcoming space for every woman to think, “Hey, I could wear that.” Sizes XS-3XL. Shop here.

K.S. Garner

KS Garner believes you should feel comfortable and empowered in your skin. The designs of their pieces are intended to evoke feelings of confidence and self love. They focus on slow fashion by being handmade-to-order for our website orders. Everything in their collection is designed and made by Kelsey Garner in Phoenix, AZ. Sizes XXS-4X. Shop here.



Setting a new standard of comfortable, sustainable & ethical fashion. They use 0% Polyester and donate to social and ecological projects with each order. Sizes XXS-XXXL. Shop here.



Apparel for the modern traveler made from reclaimed plastic waste in a factory that pays living wages. Functional and lightweight pieces, perfect for a capsule wardobe. Sizes XXS-XXXL. Shop here.



Women’s everyday essentials in eco-friendly fabrics, offering sizes XS-3X, made in Downtown Los Angeles. They use eco-friendly fabrics including TENCEL™, Organic Cotton, Bamboo, and Organic Linen, and low impact dyes. Celebrating women of all shapes and sizes. Sizes XS-3XL. Shop here.


Tuesday of California

Tuesday of California is an independently owned lifestyle brand that designs and produces clothes in sizes XXS-6X with an emphasis on adjustable fit for body diversity. They use deadstock vintage and California made fabrics whenever possible at a sweatshop free sewing house in Los Angeles. Sizes  XXS-6X. Shop here.


Beaton Linen

BEATON is a collection of linen basics in season less silhouettes, the designs are versatile, capsule friendly staples, released in small collections. The linen is produced in Europe, dyed with eco-friendly dyes in the U.S. Beaton works with a very small production team. All garments are made in a small studio or by home sewers in Vancouver, BC. Sizes XS-3XL. Shop here.


Radically inclusive clothing, made to order, for humans, by humans. They are a size, gender, race, and age inclusive sustainable clothing company and community that celebrates humans in all their forms. They do their sizing a little differently, but it looks like it’s equivalent to S-4XL. Shop here. 

Only Child

Unique basics for women, designed and created under one roof in Oakland, California. Every piece is produced in-house, designed with quality and sustainability in mind.  They only use natural fibers such as cotton, linen, silk, and wool — fabrics that are functional, easy to wear, and have limited environmental impact. Nothing gets made until you order it. Sizes S-3XL. Shop here.


Big Bud Press

Big Bud Press is a fast-growing Los Angeles based label specializing in size inclusive, unisex everyday goods. They “pride [themselves] on our ethical and local manufacturing practices. We work hard to make a product you can feel confident in — not only when you wear it, but knowing where it comes from and how it’s been made.” Sizes XXS-5XL. Shop here.


Everybody & Everyone

Everybody & Everyone was born to provide elevated, everyday essentials that are made with environmentally friendly materials and processes. They work with partners who are committed to sustainability: Use solar power, conserve electricity, reduce water usage, and hold to high standards of wastewater treatment. All of them are green, and most are eco certified. Sizes 00-24. Shop here.

Do you know of other size-inclusive slow fashion brands who didn’t make the list? Please leave them in the comments below!


  • Ashley Tom
    March 22, 2021 at 2:01 am

    I like The Standard Stitch. They are size inclusive (XS-5X)- which is unheard of! They are also ethically made in LA, and use sustainable materials. I like their colors too.

  • Jones
    February 7, 2022 at 12:04 pm

    I love the two brands as they have very unique approaches for product promotion & creativity.

    Nettle Studios


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