Transgender-friendly clothing retailers

Want to look stylish and support transgender clothing and accessory companies that support trans people? Check out the retailers below!

General suggestions

Vintage stores

  • These are often small stores, usually curated by the owner.

Thrift stores

  • Second-hand stores tend to have a lot of inexpensive stuff. You may find something great if you take the time. Note that some may be affiliated with a religious organization that is not trans-friendly.

Consignment shops

  • These are basically fancy second-hand stores. People bring in old clothes to sell on consignment, where they get a cut if someone buys their item. Good for higher end fashions.

T-shirts and casual clothes

Revel and Riot (revelandriot.com)

  • T-shirts, tanks, sweatshirts, accessories

dfrntpigeon (dfrntpigeon.com)

  • T-shirts, tanks, bodysuits, streetwear, accessories

Etsy shops (etsy.com)

Mi Vida (shopmivida.com)

  • Latina-focused tees and accessories

Trans Is Beautiful (transisbeautiful.storenvy.com)

Tegan and Sara Foundation (teganandsarafoundation.org)

Thugz Maison (thugzmaison.bigcartel.com)

“Feminine” focused

Otherwild (otherwild.com)

  • Tops, bottoms, outerwear, swimwear, tees, undergarments, accessories

Softfemme (softfemme.com)

  • Tees and totes

Archie Bongiovanni (badrealbad.threadless.com)

  • Tees, tanks, sweatshirts

“Masculine” focused

Kirrin Finch (kirrinfinch.com)

  • Dress shirts, blazers, shoes, accessories

Wildfang (wildfang.com)

  • Blazers, button-up shirts, pants, outerwear

gc2b (gc2b.co)

  • Binders

Peau De Loup (peaudeloup.com)

  • Shirts, sweaters, tees, jackets, coats, ties

HauteButch (hautebutch.com)

Gender-neutral focused

TomboyX (tomboyx.com)

  • Underwear and loungewear

The Phluid Project (thephluidproject.com)

  • Tees, hoodies, shoes, denim, accessories