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Rachel Pally

Rachel Pally

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 Rachel Pally


Based: Los Angeles, CA

Available Sizing: 1X-3X (14W-24W)

Description: Rachel Pally started making local, ethical womenswear in 2002. Supporting her local economy has always been an important part of the Rachel Pally ethos. The line's fabric is milled in Los Angeles, close to where her collection is cut and sewn. 

Rachel's use of color and pattern is refreshing and timeless. The Rachel Pally brand is inclusive, manufacturing sizes from XS to 3X. Rachel Pally also designs maternity and bridal pieces.

Rachel Pally believes in quality over quantity, comfort and accessibility, making her pieces easy wardrobe staples.

When you purchase a Rachel Pally piece, you are also supporting charities close to Rachel's heart: Oxfam, Downtown Women's Center, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Circle of Life International.

Rachel Pally's collection is sold on her website as well as retailers across the country.

Rachel Pally Ethical Maternity Clothes, Made in Los Angeles, CA Rachel Pally Plus Size Clothing for Women Made in USA
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Rachel Pally Plus Size American Made Clothing for Women Rachel Pally Ethical Clothes, Made in Los Angeles, CA  

Inclusive, plus-size clothing can be difficult to find.  Add on the desire to buy ethical and/or locally made brand and you have a big challenge on your hands.  Plus size is typically defined as over size 14.  68% of American women are considered plus size, yet the category only consists of .1% of the luxury women's clothes market. There is an enormous opportunity here and we've compiled a list of American made plus-size brands to give you a head start.  

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