Universal Standard sells clothes in sizes from 00 to 40, which is close to how the real bell curve looks. All sizes have the same price.
ELOQUII is thought to be the most fashion-forward plus-size brand because it has daring styles, collaborations, and regular sales.
WRAY is a store in New York City that sells artistic, eco-friendly clothing in sizes XXS–6XL. Pieces with acidic floral prints and wide-calf boots made in Italy
Since 1904, Lane Bryant has had sizes 10–40, and their designs and fits are great. Also, they work with designers and have brands like Cacique and Livi.
Yitty is a brand of shapewear made by LIZZO for Fabletics. It comes in sizes up to 6X and has affordable bodysuits, bras, and sleepwear.
Madewell is a well-known brand of jeans that is known for its high quality, trendy styles, and a size range that goes up to US 28.
Loud Bodies is a clothing line that has clothes for all sizes and is made in an ethical way. It was started in 2018 by influencer Patricia Luiza Blaj.
ModCloth sells cheap vintage-style clothes up to US size 28, with styles from the 1950s to the 1990s. Prices start at $89.
The EveryBody Wrap is a body-positive brand that was started by Kosich. It only sells a dress and a swimsuit, and both come in three sizes that fit everyone.
Gwynnie Bee lets people rent clothes in sizes from 0 to 32. Plans start at $49/month and include free shipping, dry cleaning, and exchanges.