8 Fashion Brands That Are Feminist AF
If you’ve been wondering “how can I buy from brands that support women,” lately, well—you’ve come to the right place. With the Time’s Up movement and the #MeToo iniative, there’s never been a better time to openly show your support for women.
Whether you’re a kick ass female yourself, or just someone who shows up for all of the fierce females in your life, you’re going to love shopping from brands that allow you to prove just how feminist you are.
Shopping any of these brands is a great way to show you care for women's rights, while supporting women everywhere. From brands that are working to help females manage their periods to brands that literally let you wear feminist statements across your chest, these are the kinds of companies that deserve our support right now.
Hi-Waist Panties, $38, THINX
THINX is revolutionizing the way women manage their periods, and we couldn't be more here for it! They're changing the game with their super absorbent underwear, and we know from personal experience that these undies live up to the hype! And not only do their products make managing your period much easier, but the company's also working to de-stigmatize periods, in general. Why not support a brand that is working this hard to help women during that time of the month, you know?
24/7 Classic Contour Plunge, $68, ThirdLove
ThirdLove is yet another brand that we have tried and are huge fans of! They're working to make sure women get the perfect fit in their bras because when it comes to finding the bra that works for you, it's not a one-size-fits-all method, and this brand totally gets it. They offer half cup sizes and even let you try the bra for 30 days, and if you don't love it, you can return it. They donate all returned bras to women in need. Pretty cool, huh?
100% Human Box Cut Tee, $22, Everlane
Everlane is all for equality, and we love that about the brand. Their 100% Human collection promotes acceptance of anyone and everyone, and that's a message we can totally get behind. Never change, Everlane.
Anxiety Necklace, $48, Ban.do
Ban.do has major "girls just wanna have fun" kind of vibe, but they're also supportive of things like normalizing mental illness (with their fund-raising "anxiety" and "depression" necklaces) and more. So, they're creating a space where women can express themselves however they please, and that's something to admire about this brand.
The Future Is Female T-Shirt, $30, Otherwild
Otherwild recognizes the fact that the future is female, and well, we couldn't agree more. Why wouldn't you want to wear a shirt that promotes your agenda loud and proud?
The Wild Feminist Black Tee, $40, Wildfang
A percentage of proceeds from this "Wild Feminist" collection go to the Malala Fund, which works to ensure access to education for girls. So, yeah purchasing gear from here would be a pretty baller move, if we do say so ourselves.
LPA adds a little something special to every garment, a positive message is right there on the tag. Not to mention, the brand was founded by a woman who's pro posing nude for Glossier or doing whatever you damn well feel like, and therefore, she's created a brand you can be proud to shop from.
Clare V Masculin Feminin Tee, $99, Lisa Says Gah
Lisa Says Gah is a female-run retailer that carries a lot of really cool brands. One of them happens to be Clare V, who made this tee that proves everyone can be both masculine and feminine at the same time.
So, go on and let your feminist flag fly and slip into clothing that will have you saying, "Man, I feel like a woman!"
Check out a red lipstick also works to empower women because proceeds go to the UN Women organization. What else would you pair with your new clothes besides a red lippie? Might as well snag this while you're at it, you feminist, you!
--Labels and Lacquer girls
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