Lingerie brand Savage X Fenty has been flying the flag for inclusivity since it hit our virtual shelves. After starting as a subscription service in 2018, it’s now stocked by the likes of Amazon and ASOS (and they stock men’s underwear, too). Rihanna caters to literally every body in her lingerie offering, regularly featuring people of all genders, sizes and ethnicities in her campaign images and catwalk shows. Every style at Savage X Fenty is available in a range of cup sizes from 30A to 46G, plus XS to 5XL.
Size range: up to a 4XL.
You’ll likely have seen all over the brand’s Instagram page (as well as founder Grace Beverley’s) that TALA is working on becoming even more inclusive than it already is. The label recently launched a campaign/project where they stated they will be expanding the sizes of each and every one of their pieces from 2XS to 4XL. They have also adapted these pieces to ensure they suit larger bodies by adjusting features like the waistbands on their leggings so that they don’t roll down.
Size range: up to a UK 26.
Topshop takes the high-street fashion crown for its ability to leave no one out. Ever fallen in love with some swimwear only to find its not available in plus sizes? Not where Topshop’s concerned. From tall and petite collections to curvy and maternity, expect to see a lot of the same designs across the board. We love you Topshop.
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Size range: up to a 4X.
Just when you thought your options for plus size womens gym wear/activewear were limited, along came Nike’s Plus Size range. Full to the brim with joggers, black leggings (and every other colour you can imagine), sports bras, gym tops and much more, you’re truly spoiled for choice at Nike.
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Size range: from a UK 18 to a UK 28.
River Island’s plus-size range caters to everything from neutral knitwear and workwear blazers to weekend-appropriate silhouettes (i.e. ‘trendy’ out out looks). Its one of those retailers you can rely on courtesy of high-quality designs at a lower price points.
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Size range: up to a 6XL.
Your go-to for everyday basics and wardrobe staples like V-neck T-shirts and denim, Calvin Klein even caters to sizes beyond a 4XL – yep, it goes up to a 6XL. We’re particularly huge fans of its lingerie offerings, though, which will have you feeling confident and comfortable (two things you don’t often find together).
How we tested/chose the best women’s plus size clothing brands
Combining our expert knowledge in fashion – including which brands are worth spending your money on and what trends are living up to the hype – with customer reviews and data on everything you’ve been searching for, we’ve curated what we feel is a selection of the best womens plus size clothing brands on the market. We’ve rifled through and tested the good and the bad so you don’t have to, and have paid particular attention to specifics like cost, fabrics, sustainability and wearability in order to narrow it down. We’re a team of 30+ here at GLAMOUR HQ, each of us a different shape, size, height and so on, and we’ve tried our fair share of womens plus size clothing brands to know which brands are worth shouting about.
After something more specific? We’ve got plus size jeans, plus size wedding guest dresses and plus size gym clothes. Head this way for plus size lingerie sets and over here for the best bikinis for big boobs. For more from GLAMOUR UK’s Commerce Writer Georgia Trodd, follow her on Instagram @georgiatrodd.