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Mainstream fashion has a ways to go before it will truly be inclusive. Until then, indie fashion brands like Wray are making room for fashion that’s size-inclusive, sustainable and has ethical practices with their production. What’s more? Wray is a Latina-owned brand.
Named after the founder Wray Serna, Wray clothing stands out for the way it combines fashion, art and function. According to the website, “Wray clothes are not a flash in the pan.” Rather, they are statement pieces inspired by fine art, made to be wearable for everyday use. Not to mention, unlike some fast-fashion pieces, these won’t fall apart in a short time period. The brand makes every piece to last — hence the price point.
While the clothes aren’t necessarily budget-friendly, the brand prides itself on collecting its materials from recycling and using compostable shipping materials when sending products out to customers. Not to mention, Wray works in tandem with its production houses across Peru, India and Shanghai to ensure employees have ethical working conditions, including paid sick leave, maternity/paternity leave, maximum 40 hour work weeks and holidays off.
Finding size-inclusive sustainable fashion is hard. If you’re ready for the challenge and want to support more ethical brands, look no further than Wray’s ensembles.
Roma Top, Cloud, $169.99
The Roma Top is great for making a subtle statement with a white top. Taking notes from vintage silhouettes, this adorable little number highlights a smocked elastic back, puff sleeves and a button-down bustier-like front.
Lounge sets are lowkey the official uniform for staying at home. Spruce it up in Wray fashion with this set of pants and a button-down top, all popping in this gorgeous Acid Floral print.
Sport Bikini, $178
Wray’s pieces don’t stop at everyday clothes. The brand has a lineup of cute fruit-printed swimwear that you can wear to the beach or rock as a wearable undergarment.
Rosemary Dress, Limeade, $184.80 (Orig. $264)
Cut with a keyhole closure in the back and a puff sleeve in the front, this tiered lime dress is a staple. Pair it with sneakers or heels, and you’ll be ready for all those last-minute outings.
With a ruched middle to give this classic crop top some character, the Hayley Top is geared toward your more formal outings. However, swap the matching skirt for some light-wash jeans, and it’ll still make your ‘fit a moment.
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