10 best inclusive fashion brands to know
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10 best inclusive fashion brands to know

disabled fashion brands

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Like any fashion fiend, I’m always on the lookout for new clothing brands to shop. But, for as long as I can remember, I’ve had to make changes to on-trend pieces so that they actually fit my body and meet my needs. So you can imagine how thrilled I am when I come across a cool brand that is chic and accommodates the disabled community thanks to considered, functional designs.

Of course, altered clothing isn’t new, and we have our predecessors to thank for where we are now with fashion for disabled people. But I want to take this opportunity to give a shout-out to the brands that are continuing the conversation around representation and inclusivity in the industry. From easier-to-use fastenings to sensory considerations, these are some of the labels to have on your radar.

If you want to read more accessible style content, be sure to check out my edit on the best wedding outfits for wheelchair users, along with my round-up of disabled and neurodivergent fashion icons to follow on Instagram.

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Unhidden has been knocking it out of the park since arriving on the fashion scene. As well as being all over the press, the team is also set to dominate London Fashion Week catwalks this September where I can’t wait to see what they have in store.

Unhidden

Double layer dress

Liberare is another brand creating beautiful sleek underwear that puts accessibility at its forefront.

Liberare
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The Everyday Bikini Underwear in Black

Liberare
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The Liberare Bra in Black

Aille Design is a Canadian company that’s created clothing featuring fully legible braille. The detailing is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

Aille Design
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The Blue Dress

Aille Design
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‘Diversity Includes Disability’ Braille T-Shirt

Ran By Nature creates custom-made-to-order inclusive and sustainable activewear in sizes XXS to 4XL. A perfect place to shop for those disabled people who love to incorporate pilates, dance, running, or any kind of active movement into their days.

Ran By Nature

Black Crew Neck Short-Sleeve Top

Ran By Nature
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Black High Waisted Leggings

Leim’s created a brilliant line of ‘loo friendly jumpsuits’ that would suit disabled and non-disabled customers, because we all know that dread of wanting to wear a fashionable jumpsuit or playsuit but worrying about how we’ll get in and out of it.

Leim

The Alex EZP Boilersuit in Sunset Needlecord

Leim

The Sisterhood EZP Jumpsuit in Mustard Gingham Linen

Von Ruz is taking pre-orders for their luxurious fashion line that has put accessibility at its forefront. Their tailored wear is great for people who need their clothes to not only look smart but also be accessible.

Von Ruz
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Black Detachable Blazer Double-sided Sleeve Zips

Von Ruz
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Black Wrap-over Skirt

Elba London creates bras that look chic and are easier to put on. They’re a great option for all disabled or non-disabled bra wearers!

Elba London

Essential Bra in Fleur

Elba London

Essential Bra in Blush

Chamiah Dewey has spent the past few years setting up her flawless fashion line for short-stature people. Not only do we love the thinking behind the range but her pieces are timeless.

Chamiah Dewey

Willow tea dress

Chamiah Dewey

Caitlin trench coat

Neo Walk creates the most glamorous line of walking sticks I’ve ever seen. For those looking to add a little colour to their outfits with mobility aids, Neo Walk sticks are perfect for any occasion.

Neo Walk

Bubblegum blush walking stick

Neo Walk

Amethyst Quartz walking stick

Bealies Adaptive Wear has thought of everything with their joggers made specifically for wheelchair users

Bealies Adaptive Wear

Unisex Joggers

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