Here are 10 LGBTQIA+ owned brands that offer plus sizes!

As cities around the world come together to celebrate Pride this month, there’s no reason the celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community should end once July 1st rolls around. Uplifting and supporting LGBTQIA+ people is something you can and should do all year round. If you’re a member of the LGBTQIA+ community or an ally, an easy way to show your support is to shop with LGBTQIA+ owned brands that offer plus sizes.

Money talks and reinvesting your dollars in LGBTQIA+ owned brands and designers allows these businesses to grow, thrive, and serve their community, while equipping you with some killer leads.

Since I know the frustration of finding the perfect queer fashion piece and seeing that the bigger size on offer is just a means, I wanted to specifically highlight LGBTQIA+ owned boutiques and designers who offer queer fashion. plus sizes or cater specifically to larger babies.

LGBTQIA+ owned brands that offer plus sizes

1. Wolf Skin

Founded by Vancouverites Adelle Renaud (her/her) and Erin McLeod (her/her), Wolf Skin “originally set out to redefine the feminine label in women’s fashion by creating functional, well-made and timeless garments. In the years since beginning the company’s mission, we have grown to create androgynously styled clothing designed for all bodies with curves, regardless of gender identity..

Sizing options go up to size 20 for shirts (chest 52″, waist 50″, hips 55″).

Shop their LGBTQIA+ styles here!

2. gay pride clothing

Gay Pride Apparel is an LGBTQIA+ and Mexican-American company brand committed toA mission to create a community of empowered, authentic and proud humans all over the world, all year round. We achieve this mission through our high quality, ethically produced products and by representing nearly every identity within the LGBTQIA+ community.

Buy Gay Pride clothing here!

3. Chromate

Uniform Top – Blue Velvet by CHROMAT

Chromat designs structural lingerie, swimwear, and sportswear for plus size LGBTQIA+ people. They are known to be one of the most inclusive brands to show at New York Fashion Week, featuring a line featuring plus size, transgender, non-binary, 50+ models, and 72% of their role models are people of color.

They offer coins up to a 4X.

4. Queer equipment

Queer Gear’s mission, “Finding stylish gay-related clothing is a minor struggle compared to the discrimination and isolation that millions of LGBTQIA+ members continue to face. Queer Gear aims to bring representation and awareness to this stubborn fight without stereotypes and to help each person show that there is unity in diversity.

Buy Queer Gear here!

Also Read: “20 LGBTQIA+ Plus Size Influencers and Bloggers!”

5. Trans Figure Print Co


Trans figure printing company is an LGBTQIA+ and inclusive printing company based in Michigan. Founded in 2017, founder Bailey and employee Riley have worked to create incredible designs rooted in trans pride, including their iconic gothic design, “Protect Trans Kids”.

Shop their collections here, which go up to 5x.

6. Sammy’s Pride

Pride by Sammy was founded by Sammy (her)”to help spread LGBTQIA+ pride! All of these designs are custom made by me, so you won’t find them anywhere else online. I created these t-shirts in response to people in my life who said to me, “you’re just going through a phase” or “being gay is a choice”. I know I am not alone in these experiences.

I wanted to make sure all t-shirts are ethically produced. Prior to printing, t-shirts are sourced in bulk from a 100% sweatshop-free, eco-friendly production facility (WRAP certified) and are all printed here in the USA.

Ultimately, my goal was to create pride apparel that you would be proud to wear..”

Shop Sammy’s designs here, sizes go up to 5XL.

7. FLAVNT Streetwear


FLAVNT Streetwear is an Austin-based independent clothing brand for everyone and anyone who supports the LGBTQ+ community. Started with the goal of creating clothing that promotes confidence and pride, FLAVNT is about being comfortable with who you are and showing it to the world. We promote this message of self-love and confidence through our designs and actions by supporting the LGBTQ community as a whole, as well as impacting the lives of individuals through our fundraising initiatives.

A queer property shop, they offer sizes up to 4X!

8. Kirrin Finch

LGTBQ Owned Brands That Offer Plus Sizes - Kirrin Finch

Kirrin Finch was founded by Brooklyn-based couple Laura Moffat and Kelly Sanders Moffat. Together they create a brand that “responds to the growing demand for gender-defying fashion by creating menswear-inspired clothing designed to fit a range of female and non-binary bodies.”

“We challenge fashion industry standards for what is considered men’s and women’s clothing and instead focus on creating perfectly fitted garments that make you feel comfortable and confident in who you are. Learn more about what makes us, us.

Their collections are available up to size 24, with plans to add additional sizes in the future.

9. Tomboy X

If you’re looking for underwear, be sure to check out Tomboy X. Created by Fran and Naomi, Tomboy X is a brand that recently launched a capsule collection at Target!!

“We asked ourselves, ‘Is it hard to make good underwear?’ And by that, we meant underwear that fits normal bodies and matches how we see ourselves. And underwear that any body can feel comfortable in, regardless of size or gender.

Tomboy X goes up to a size 6X.

Buy Tomboy X here.

ten. Bi Black Tie

As a proud bisexual, I’d be remiss if I didn’t plug in “Black Tie Bi,“a store owned by bisexual people who are, in their own words: “A chic AF with alliteration, puns, guns, rhymes and good times. In seriousness, however, when you shop with us, you help promote bi visibility for our entire community. Bi visibility is so important, and this shop was founded to create fun, unique and interesting designs for bi people to show our pride. Whether you’re looking for subtle pride or loud and proud designs, you’re spoiled for choice.

Their sizes go up to 4XL, and you can shop their stunning collection here!

This list isn’t exhaustive, but I hope it helps you discover new brands and remember who you support. Rainbow clothes are great, but helping an LGBTQ-owned business thrive is BETTER.

Plus, many of these brands are offering Pride Month discounts and coupons, so be sure to follow them on social media and show your support all year round!

Did we forget your favorite LGBTQ brand that offers plus sizes? Let us know in the comments below!


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