We all know that the limited offering on the plus-size fashion market needs improvement. But that’s not to say we don’t have existing viable and stylish options. Here, 14 curated brands, featuring some of the most exciting names in the inclusive fashion market, proffering wares you’re going to want to add to your shopping cart—immediately.

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Henning

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Founded by plus-size model and former fashion editor Lauren Chan, Henning is every plus-size woman’s answer and go-to when it comes to luxury staples.

Available in sizes US12–24

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Violeta by Mango

You’re probably familiar with Mango, but you might not have known that the brand launched Violeta a few years ago. It’s easily one of the best places to buy trendy pieces at affordable prices.

Available in sizes US12–30

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Beaton

If you love linen and comfortable basics, Beaton is for you. Its collection of season-less silhouettes is produced in Europe, dyed with eco-friendly dyes in the United States, and are the epitome of versatile.

Available in sizes up to US22

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Coyan

Coyan is a premium brand that creates beautiful silk dresses, offering elegant solutions for a range of occasions, be they casual or formal.

Available in sizes up to US24

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Vince

Yes, you are reading correctly: The brand known for intricate detailing and luxurious fabrics has officially forayed into the plus-size market. Vince‘s new collection features silk dresses, cashmere knits, and other signature luxury pieces.

Available in sizes up to US24

Loud Bodies

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I would like to thank you so much for all your support in regards to yesterday’s announcement. In case you missed it, yesterday we announced that from now on Loud Bodies items are available in sizes XXS to 10XL – starting with our new collection and by the end of the week the first sustainable collection will have been updated with the new sizing as well. But about the new collection – how are we feeling about it? There’s a funny-ish story, not really, behind it – my plans were that this collection would be launched on the 1st of August, hence the summery feel. But then everything, every single provider was late with their delivery, then our production capacity is halved due to the safety measures I’ve introduced, which means we move a lot slower & we were really behind so we could not sew the new items, had to catch up on orders first. So I was stuck with a decision that was pretty bad on both ends – keep the fabrics until Spring, but that would mean a big investment that doesn’t get covered for almost 6 months, or release a Summer collection in Autumn 😂 Not happy with either, but sometimes this is what running your own business looks like – you still have to make the best of what you’ve got even when what you’ve got is pretty crappy 😂 Everything looks very professional because we work our butts off for it, but Loud Bodies is still a tiny baby brand compared to others. There’s me, my incredible partner, @costrut , who built our site & takes all our photos, the incredibly talented @veronica.tomos who helps me with everything from drafting the items, to packing the orders, design, scaling patterns and together we are basically doing the jobs of at least 6 people and our two lovely seamstresses. That’s it, five people behind all of this. Which is both incredible, yet also stressful and it means we cannot move as fast or operative as big brands, who design their collections with a year in advance and deliver orders in like 4 minutes compared to us. I have derailed a bit, my point today was sorry for the Summer collection in Autumn, I know it’s weird, I hope you like it regardless. Would love to hear which item is your favourite! Mine is the Florence dress in bab

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It’s rare to come across a brand that is sustainable, affordable, and inclusive in sizing. Add the fact that Loud Bodies‘ collections are filled with the most mesmerizing of dresses and, well, it’s easy to understand why they’re on our list.

Available in sizes up to US38

Zelie for She

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“An unapologetic expression of one’s authenticity and individuality” is how Zelie, the designer behind Zelie for She would describe her line. Each collection tells a different story, and the L.A.-produced brand’s pieces are both special and affordable.

Available in sizes up to US24

The Hour

The Hour dedicates its design process to making pieces that drape, frame, and flatter the fuller figure. The pieces are both contemporary and aesthetic driven.

Available in sizes up to US32

11 Honoré

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You might already know 11 Honoré, as it is one of the only plus-size answers to shopping high-fashion designers. But did you know earlier this year, the brand released its own collection? Made up of classic and modern silhouettes, it features fresh color palettes and multiple must-have pieces.

Available in sizes up to US24

Karen Millen

September saw Karen Millen launch its first Curve Collection. It’s strong and exciting, and features a range of bold hues and contemporary tailoring.

Available in sizes up to US20

Christian Siriano

When I think of high-fashion and plus-size women, Christian Siriano definitely is at the forefront of my mind. Siriano is a member of the CFDA, is sold globally, and creates collections that are whimsical, showstopping, and iconic.

Available in sizes up to US28

Universal Standard

Universal Standard wants individuals who are a size 40 to shop in the same way those who are a size 00 shop, with style being the only filter. Known for incredible everyday wear and essentials, Universal Standard is one of the brands at the forefront of inclusive sizing. Did we mention that it is the world’s most inclusive brand with every product in the collection available in sizes 00 to 40?

Available in sizes up to US40

İnan Işik

Elegant fabrics, sophisticated silhouettes, İnan Işik aims to present the female body in the most confident of lights, while using ethical production that is managed by female suppliers.

Available in sizes up to US20

ASOS Curve

One of the first brands to truly expand its plus-size collection, ASOS Curve covers a lot of bases. You can buy everything from day dresses and wedding gowns to staple coats and lingerie. The selection is vast.

Available in sizes up to US34

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.