Experts Tell Us the Best Feminist Clothing Brands

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Feminist Clothing Brands. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.


This product was recommended by Sogand Nobahar from Sogand Nobahar

jewelryAround is a place to support and present modern/contemporary jewelry and body-ornament designers and artisans all from Middle-East.

Va Va Lingerie

This product was recommended by David Morneau from inBeat

Unlike other lingerie brands, they market their product by showcasing women of all shapes and ages on their website and promote beauty regardless of looks. They also have customization services to make sure that their products fit perfectly to any shape. And the use of US-produced organic cotton and surplus fabrics only adds to their efforts to create a better world.


This product was recommended by David Morneau from inBeat

Their fabrics, as well as their clothing collections, are designed and made by talented women, who are paid a fair wage. So this brand definitely stands out in the era when clothing producers exploit underprivileged class in developing countries. They minimize waste by making all garments made-to-order. What makes them even more genuine is that they use no Photoshop on their website, which promotes the real beauty.

Radical Girl Gang

This product was recommended by David Morneau from inBeat

Radical Girl Gang donates funds from every purchase to support women entrepreneurs. This brand rightly believes that purchasing from women can greatly impact economic equity and improve the representation of women in business. They have a great collection of graphic tees that is worth checking out!

Luvi Kids

This product was recommended by Ladin Atilla from luvi_kids

We are an all-female brand. All our dresses have a story – we make sure that the tale is one with environmental and social consciousness at its heart. Our business model supports women working from home to sustain their livelihoods while looking after their families.


This product was recommended by Katie Dames from Feely Feelings

This brand is the essence of feminism, addressing head-on the unrealistic expectations that society places on women. Encouraging women to step out of the mold, break the rules, and embrace their power, Dazey LA creates clothes that scream feminism. Using branding like “use your voice” and “impact big” they create clothing for people who care.


This product was recommended by Samantha Lanman from Shayne

Shayne is a luxury clothing brand made for women by women. Transitioning from luxury design to be a curve model in 2014, co-founder Rebecca Lanman quickly noticed a lack of crossover between the two worlds. An average size woman in the US at size 14-18 was simply ignored by high-fashion brands. Rebecca turned to her sister, Samantha, to help bridge that gap. Together, the two created Shayne.‏‎ Shayne is a luxury clothing brand for women sizing 0-18. The brand designs each garment with flexibility in mind. Size fluctuates and Shayne thinks clothing should too. Each piece is designed to fit two or more traditional sizes, with adjustable straps, buttons, or ties to adapt to your body type.


This product was recommended by Amber Turner from AmberMarieTurner

Drawing inspiration from street and pop culture, Girl Censored is that brand for women looking to express themselves through fashion. We don’t shut up…we express ourselves boldly. We just launched our brand NEW app available for iOs and Andriod devices and would love to share our app with your followers. Users can shop and get the latest on sales and promotions. Spring/Summer shopping just got EASIER! I have a B.S. from the Middle Georgia State University and is passionate about health and fitness.

Global Mamas

This product was recommended by Emily Waddell from The Honest Consumer

Global Mamas is a feminist clothing brand because they empower both the women who make the clothes and the consumer who wears the clothes. This ethical clothing brand crafts bright, beautiful garments while on a mission to create prosperity for African women and their families. “The Mamas” focus on creating clothing using traditional practices and fair trade principles ensuring every Global Mama is paid a steady, living wage and treated with respect. This empowers women to lift themselves out of poverty and support their families. I believe empowering the women behind the garment is just as important as empowering the woman wearing it.

Parts + Labor

This product was recommended by Sydney Fairfield from Lana Rogers PR

Parts + Labor is a Canadian-based clothing and accessories brand that is based on connection and big, bold style. Founded by Jennifer Mehalko, a passionate artist who focuses her designs around self-expression and helping other women tell their own story through intentional bespoke pieces.


This product was recommended by Diana from Vertiere

Vertiere was launched to fill a void in the fashion market for on-the-go women, who have outgrown trendy fast fashion stores yet still want to look fresh, effortless, and sexy. Being in our 30’s, we believe women should not be stressing about what to wear – we have better things to worry about. We’re high achievers who embrace our age and shouldn’t be afraid if our clothing is inappropriate, or makes us look old. We created Vertiere to simplify the lives of busy women and empower them to be fearless. Our focus is on a small collection of wardrobe essentials that are versatile to transition from day to night, as well as adding a touch of flirty sophistication. We believe quality should be accessible and retail all our pieces under $100.

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