Elizabeth Suzann :: made in Nashville.
Gaia Conceptions :: organic cotton, hemp + wool, made in North Carolina.
Hackwith Design :: made in Minneapolis.
Eileen Fisher :: different ethical practices listed piece by piece.
Linenbees :: handmade in Latvia.
Marketplace :: fair-trade, made in India.
Fresh Produce :: mostly made in the USA.
Rawganique :: organic + sweatshop-free.
Beth Ditto :: ethically made in the USA.
Diane Kennedy :: garments + fabric made in Canada.
Cherry Velvet :: made in Canada.
Igigi :: made in the USA.
Smart Glamour :: made in New York City.
Love Your Peaches :: I think these are made in New York.
Good American Jeans :: made in the USA.
NYDJ Jeans :: some made in the USA.
Hanky Panky :: intimates made in USA.
Lur :: some larger sizes, fairly made with recycled materials.
Meg by Design :: some larger sizes, made in Australia.
Knock Knock Linen :: some larger sizes, linen, made in Lithuania.
Decent Exposures :: organic cotton basics, made in the USA.
Thrifting is a great place to start looking for fair choices, as always. eBay and Thredup are great online supplements to local options. Sewing is a great option too. Fit can be completely customized and fabric and style options are plentiful. This Seamwork podcast is inspiring whatever the size. Jenny Rushmore chats about the boost in confidence sewing has given her. Jenny has a great blog and offers patterns too. Some other sewing patterns offered in plus sizes include:
100 Acts of Sewing would be great beginner patterns. Sonya Philips's instagram is inspiring too!
Curvysewingcollective is a great resource for lots of pattern options and inspiration.
Colette Patterns offers a large size selection and uses all sizes of models too.
Marilla Walker offers some larger sizes.
Closet Case Files offers patterns up to a size 20.
I love that there are designers offering beautiful choices for everyone! Please do share any additional resources you may have in the comments. We'd love to know about them too!