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The 8 Best Size-Inclusive Lingerie Brands for Style and Comfort

From mesh bralettes to lace garters, these body positive brands have you covered.

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The 8 Best Size-Inclusive Lingerie Brands for Style and Comfort

From mesh bralettes to lace garters, these body positive brands have you covered.

It used to be that the lingerie industry was seemingly allergic to representing and catering to a diverse array of shapes, as it wasn’t far in the not-too-distant past that women with cup sizes over a DD struggled to find well-fitting bras that didn’t break the bank or make them feel matronly.

Thanks to a new generation of inclusive and innovative intimates brands, size inclusivity has become the bare minimum today. Gone are the days of squeezing into uncomfortable underwear or being stabbed in the rib from underwire. In 2022, intimates are made by women, with all women in mind. Celebrate your body this Valentine’s Day or all year round as you should, with this handful of size-inclusive brands.

CUUP

 

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Leading the pack with its seamlessly sexy designs and truly effective support, CUUP offers bras in 53 different bra sizes and seven underwear in sizes from XS-XXXL. The female-focused brand has recently just expanded its range of 40 to 44 inch bands, adding 14 additional sizes to its collection.

Savage X Fenty

Leave it to Rihanna to provide the 21st century answer to Victoria’s Secret. Taking a decidedly body-inclusive approach from the beginning, tapping models from Paloma Elsesser to Bella Hadid, Savage X Fenty is the epitome of what it means to be sexy and confident at any size, for any gender.

Parade

 

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Playful Gen Z-favorite brand, Parade sets itself apart with its commitment to sustainable fashion, presenting ultra-comfy bralettes and underwear in soft and breathable recycled fabric. Promoting ethical consumption, Parade also offers a recycling program, Second Life, which encourages fans to responsibly discard unwanted undergarments while receiving a sweet discount.

Negative Underwear

 

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Negative Underwear is a women-owned brand determined to provide women with top-shelf quality without compromising on aesthetics. The minimalist essentials, offered up to a G cup, feature high-quality fabrics from sensual mesh to everyday cotton. The intimates label’s considered attention to detail encourages buyers to hold their heads higher, knowing they’re wearing luxurious basics underneath.

ThirdLove

 

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Prioritizing comfort above all else, ThirdLove’s expansive sizing goes all the way up to an I cup, offering up to a whopping 78 different options in total, leaving no size behind. The innovative brand doesn’t stop at supporting women through lingerie, but actively champions for the betterment of women’s welfare. ThirdLove has not only created entrepreneur programs for women of color, but is also the largest donor of undergarments in the United States.

Knix

 

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Breaking ground in ending the stigma around menstruation, intimates brand Knix’s innovative leak-proof underwear, leggings and shorts provide a sustainable option to costly period products. Did we mention Knix also offers reusable pads? Not to mention the inventive brand carries bras in sizes ranging from A to G.

Uye Surana

New York-based lingerie brand Uye Surana does not believe in sacrificing inclusive sizing for beautiful undergarments. The decadent and lavish label adds all the spice you need with lacy bralettes and floral prints abound. The sultry intimates range in sizes XS to 3XL.

JBC Lingerie

 

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The cheeky Australian brand Just Babes Club, or JBC, offers plunging satin bras and extravagant garter belts to the woman bold enough to wear them. With an expansive size range of A to H, JBC’s positively feminine designs give every woman that extra boost of confidence.

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