These brands offer accessible size ranges, silhouettes, *and* price points.
Old Navy Active
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The mass retailer was one of the first companies to offer activewear in plus sizes, with most active pieces coming in sizes up to 4X. It's also worth noting that inclusivity extends to pricing as well—the majority of pieces in their active collection are priced under $50, with plenty of choices under $25.
Old Navy Relaxed Plus-Size High-Neck Swing Tank ($30; oldnavy.com)
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From staple workout clothes (like the leggings you always come back to and the sports bra that gets you through any workout), SHAPE Activewear has you covered and with extended sizes, too. Online at shapeactivewear.com you'll find styles ranging in sizes XS through 3X and performance-designed pieces that are both comfortable, stylish, and ready to take on your sweatiest activities—and even your commute.
Plus, through the brand's new partnership with Nordstom.com, you now have another way to shop for your favorite plus-size SHAPE Activewear styles. A collection of plus-size-only options is available on the department store's site now, with plans for the activewear brand to roll out new styles each month for the rest of the year. (Related: Breathable Workout Clothes and Gear to Help You Stay Cool and Dry)
Offbeat Leggings ($74; nordstrom.com)
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Created by Candice Huffine, DAY/WON strives to create activewear that's every-body-friendly. Sizes range from 0 to 32W, and although the collection is small, everything is under $100. Several pieces are printed with inspirational, body-positive mantras to provide wearers a little extra hit of confidence. (BTW, Candice Huffine perfectly explained why "skinny" shouldn't be the ultimate body compliment.)
You Got This 3/4 Compression Legging ($84; day-won.com)
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K-Deer's signature striped leggings can be seen on many of Instagram's biggest fitness influencers, and a quick look at their own social accounts shows that the brand is committed to diversity of all kinds. Their styles come in sizes XS to 4XL, so women of all different shapes and sizes can find something they love from the brand.
Sneaker Length Legging in Ruth Stripe ($98; k-deer.com)
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Not only is ASOS' in-house ASOS 4505 activewear line super wallet-friendly, but much like the selection on the rest of the site, it accounts for various sizing concerns. The brand has maternity, plus, petite, and tall sizes, so there's a little something or everyone. (To see more cute pieces from the line, scope these 12 athleisure picks you can only buy on ASOS.)
Maternity Training T-Shirt in Tight Fit ($16; us.asos.com)
C9 Champion by Target
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Kate Hudson's activewear line is known for affordable, fashion-forward workout clothes, and they recently launched extended sizing (up to 3XL). Though the line has a slightly different offering from the main Fabletics line, it features many of the same styles in a more inclusive range of sizes.
Salar Solid Powerform Capri ($55; fabletics.com)
GAME by Universal Standard
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This special collection from plus-size retailer Universal Standard is seriously cool. These high-end-feeling workout clothes were created especially for women sizes 10 to 28, filling a major gap in the market.
Power Move Tee ($65; universalstandard.com)
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Forever 21 fans know that the biggest advantage of shopping there is the massively huge selection of trend-focused styles at great prices. This also applies to their activewear assortment, which has lots of options to choose from.
Plus-Size Tie-Dye Leggings ($20; forever21.com)
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You probably know Dear Kate for their period-proof underwear, but the menstruation-positive brand also makes activewear that comes in sizes XS to 3X. All of their leggings feature a lining that holds 1.5 tampons' worth of menstrual flow, but you can wear them at any time during your cycle to feel comfortable and confident. (Related: I Worked Out In "Period Shorts" and It Wasn't a Total Disaster)
Go Commando Yoga Capri ($99; dearkate.com)
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