It seems the lingerie
industry is finally
realizing the importance of size inclusivity
. We all want pretty, sexy, and practical options in a range of sizes, made for a variety of shapes, shown on models who actually reflect who we are. Put simply, we need bras made for boobies
and undies that fit booties! Ahead you'll find 10 of the most stylish, size-inclusive brands like Aerie, Lively, Gabi Fresh x Playful Promises
, and more.
Savage x Fenty:
If Rihanna's selling, we're 100 percent buying. It doesn't hurt that her lingerie line is like a RiRi song come to life (read: fierce and
sexy). And even if you're not feeling the corset and pastie combo, styles like the Demi Cup Bra
($49) are plenty practical and stunning. Double score.
Started in 2017 with the mission of empowering women through representation, Burgundy Fox is like the Birchbox of subscription lingerie. Combos like the Smolder
($99) are available individually or through monthly and seasonal subscriptions.
Evelyn & Bobbie:
This tech-rooted, women-led company makes just one bra, but they make it well. The Everyday Bustier
($98) is a buttery-soft strapless design minus seams or pokey underwire. Oh, and the forgiving, one-size-fits-all undies are a dream too.
Specifically created for sizes 14 and up, Sculptresse's lace and printed styles are just really darn pretty. We're especially feeling the Carmel Balconnet
($72) that delivers seriously sultry support.
Aside from pioneering the use of real women in their ad campaigns, Aerie is committed to making sizes and fits for real women too. With an affordable price point, a wide range of silos, and an extensive array of sizes, it's hard not to fall for comfy classics like the Real Me Full Coverage Lightly Lined Bra
"Inspired by women with wild hearts and boss brains," this brand is up our alley in more ways than one. Think you're too busty for a bralette? Think again! The Metallic Busty Bralette
($35) has become a fan favorite for the more well-endowed gals. Featuring a soft and supportive liner to keep you covered, this bralette has wider straps to provide lift and a sporty band that secures the bra close to the body. Nip slip averted.
Addressing the fact that 66 percent of women wear a D-cup or larger, CUUP makes comfy, good lookin' lingerie for breasts of all sizes. From size A to size G, unlined bras
like The Balconette
($68) are designed to give your girls what they need without the extra padding.
Frustrated by ill-fitting bras, ThirdLove's founders set out to do something different in 2013. Almost six years later, the fashion landscape has changed, but their mission hasn't. Try out styles (available in half sizes) like the Geo Lace Plunge Bra
($76) for 30 days before you buy them.
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