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Top 25+ Made-in-USA clothing brands
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For lots of consumers, buying American-made clothing is a conscious decision made for a number of different reasons — like ensuring high-quality, durable materials that will last, supporting the US economy or satisfying their classic and traditional sense of style.
If seeing that made-in-the-USA tag on your clothing is important to you, shop our list of some top brands designed and manufactured right here.
- Note that not every product available on these websites is necessarily made in the USA. Some brands may only offer a small selection of American-made products. Check the product description before buying to be sure.
Our top picks
Bella Maxi Raining Jazmine
Karen Kane Women's V-Neck Lace Dress
Michael Stars Women's Shine T-Shirt
Made in USA clothing brands
Here are our top 25+ picks for brands made in the good ol’ USA. Wherever possible, we’ve indicated the specific collection or clothing items that are American-made from these brands, as some companies do not manufacture all of their clothing in the USA. Double-check the product page of the item you’re looking at to make sure it’s domestically made.
|Brand||Made in||Clothing types||What to know||Where to buy|
|Brooks Brothers||MA, NC, NY||Men and women’s dress clothes, outerwear, sleepwear, home goods, accessories and shoes||Only 1818 collection is made in the US; high performing garments for over 200 years|
|All American Clothing Co.||GA, IL, KS, KY, TX, WI||Men’s and women’s jeans, sweatshirts and outerwear||Unique denim sewing technique for maximum comfort|
|American Giant||California||Men’s and women’s shirts, pants and outerwear||Offers a 20% military discount|
|Baldwin Denim & Collection||USA||Men’s and women’s jeans, designer shirts and accessories||Imported denim|
|Battenwear||New York||Men’s designer outerwear, sweats, shirts and accessories||Clothing available from retailers across the globe|
|Buck Mason||California||Men’s designer jackets, polos, sweaters, accessories and pants||Some materials may be imported.|
|CustomInk||USA||Custom t-shirts||Not all items on the site are made in USA.|
|Emerson Fry||USA||Women’s designer blouses, dresses, shoes and jackets||Small, limited-release collections|
|FairEnds||California||Men’s, women’s and kids’ ball caps||Custom cap option|
|Flynn Skye||California||Women’s dresses, jumpers, pants, tops and swimwear||Designed in Venice; made in LA|
|Gamine Workwear||USA||Workwear for women||Sustainable manufacturing|
|Gitman Bros.||Pennsylvania||Men’s dress shirts, sport shirts and ties||Some materials may be imported.|
|Hackwith Design House||Minnesota||Women’s dresses, pants, sweaters and swimwear, including a plus-size line||Many items are made to order.|
|Hanky Panky||USA||Women’s lingerie and sleepwear||Sources USA-made components whenever possible|
|Karen Kane||California||Women’s designer tops, dresses, jumpsuits, pants, loungewear and accessories, including a plus-size line||Offers a 20% US Armed Forces discount|
|Knickerbocker||New York||Men’s designer button-down shirts, jackets, pants, athleticwear and hats||Supports ethical supply chain practices|
|Loggerhead Apparel||USA||Men’s and women’s polos, t-shirts and accessories||All production and manufacturing done in the USA. Company also donates 10% of profits to Loggerhead Sea Turtle conservation efforts.|
|Michael Stars||USA||Men’s and women’s basics, sweaters, bottoms, sportswear and accessories||75% of clothing is made in Los Angeles|
|New England Shirt Co||Massachusetts||Men’s and women’s dress shirts and sport shirts||Products only available from select retailers|
|Outlier||New York||Men’s urbanwear||Signature pants designed around bike commuting|
|Reformation||California||Women’s dresses, tops, denim, shoes, accessories, swim||Uses Tencel Lyocell, made from raw wood materials|
|Schott NYC||USA||High-end leather jackets for men and women||Only select products are made in America|
|Sculptura||New York City||Body sculpting dresses||All products are made in America|
|Tellason||California||Men’s jeans and shirts||Jeans made with raw denim|
|Todd Shelton||New Jersey||Men’s dress and casual wear||Avoids the unnecessary use of animal products|
|True Religion||USA||Men’s and women’s designer jeans, sportswear, tops, and hats||Only select products are made in the USA|
|Welcome Stranger||California||Men’s jackets, sweaters, pants, dress shirts and tees||Company also sells home and lifestyle products from other brands|
|YSTR||USA||Women’s designer blouses, dresses and pants||Eco-friendly materials|
Top 4 made-in-US clothing brands
The lingerie known for its scintillating sleepwear has manufactured in the Northeast since the ’70s.
Hanky Panky manufactures its signature lacy basics from 100% Supima cotton and other quality fabrics in the USA — and has been committed to protecting workers and overseeing quality since its founding in 1977. It also uses locally-sourced materials when possible.
Designer dresses, tops and skirts in feminine silhouettes.
You’ll find plenty of pouf sleeves, cut-out details and pretty patterned classic mini, midi and maxi dresses from Flynn Skye. Everything is hand-sewn using limited-run manufacturing, so pieces are one-of-a-kind and all slightly unique. All clothing is designed in Venice and made in Los Angeles.
Size-inclusive workwear, resort wear and more from a sustainable, all-American retailer.
Karen Kane touts its commitment to US manufacturing as well as ethical sourcing and charitable contributions to organizations like the Nature Conservancy and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Shop women’s apparel in straight and plus sizes made by people from underrepresented groups who are paid a living wage.
Professional workwear for men, straight out of the Garden State.
New Jersey-based men’s retailer Todd Shelton sells directly to customers through its website. It focuses on finding the right fit with its Fit Kit that lets customers try two sizes without having to order the same item in multiple sizes. With attention to details like collar size and denim weight, it prioritizes soft, durable fabrics built for comfort on the 9-to-5 grind.
Which clothing brands sell American-made face masks?
Several made-in-USA clothing brands are now offering cloth face masks that are also made here in America, including these top picks:Back to top
What qualifications do “Made in America” clothes need to meet?
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates two types of standards that determine whether clothing companies can label or market their wares as “Made in America”: unqualified claims and qualified claims.
An unqualified claim means the company can prove it meets the FTC’s “all or virtually all” standard requiring the clothing and its parts are made in the United States.
For example, some True Religion jeans contain metal fasteners manufactured outside the US, which means that even if the final product is made here, the jeans can’t be labeled “Made in America.”
Just as they sound, qualified claims detail the conditions that exclude them from FTC’s “all or virtually all” standard. Qualifiers can include the percentage of content made in the US, where the non-US processing took place and more.
For the True Religion jeans example above, the company would need to qualify its claim with a label like “70% US Content” or “Designed in the USA, Assembled in China.”
Is “Made in the US” clothing a more ethical choice over other options?
Yes, it can be. The United States has specific laws in place that protect its workers and resources using a high set of standards. In countries that lack labor standards, workers can be subject to child labor, unfair treatment, abysmal wages and concerning environmental issues that affect long-term health.
Of course, this isn’t to say that brands that manufacture overseas are necessarily unethical. Many companies are taking a stand globally against poor working conditions and environmental concerns by holding their overseas manufacturers to the same high US standards.
Popular clothing brands that are NOT made in the USA
- American Apparel Clothing. This iconic brand is making a comeback after being bought out by a Canadian company, but the “Made in the USA” messaging once plastered all over its former site appears to have taken a backseat. Very few — if any — products are still made in America. Most are made in Honduras. However, according to its website, American Apparel is “ethically made and sweatshop-free.”
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