10 Clothing Brands People With Chronic Pain Recommend

When your fibromyalgia pain is at its peak, anything that touches your body is agonizing. During that, you are probably looking for soft, comfortable clothing in which you feel comfortable. Because even comfortable clothes may add up a little pain relief.

It’s better where you just put on an old T-Shirt, you go for a fashionable, branded, and comfortable shirt. Which will most likely lighten up your mood and make you feel more confident when you go to work or grocery shopping.

Fortunately, there are so many brands in the market that offers a variety of fashionable and comfortable clothing options. After surveying the fibromyalgia community, we suggest these branded options by the recommendation of the people. These are highly recommended for people with chronic pain.

1. LuLaRoe

LuLaRoe indeed delivers what they promise, that is “where fashion meets comfort”. The company is offering a variety of loose-fitting t-shirts and tops, stretch-knit dresses, A-line skirts, and leggings. These collections of comfortable clothing comes with a variety of exciting colors and designs. Their most popular item is the leggings which usually retail for $25.

In the survey, Samantha Carter said that she has been buying more and more LuLaRoe clothing for the past few weeks. In her experience, the leggings provide support and don’t get tightened while dealing with muscle pain relating to other pelvic issues. The tops and dresses are loose and flowy, they don’t irritate the skin while suffering from a catastrophic pain. While the other stuff she wears feels like a constant scratching a sunburn that she never had.

LuLaRoe sells only through independent consultants. Check out their collection and find a retailer here.

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2. Hanes

In days with bad fibromyalgia pain, all you can tolerate are the little basic clothes like T-shirt, underwear, and maybe sweatpants or leggings. Hanes is a known brand that offers clothing stuff in soft and comfortable cotton and jersey. To add more comfort and stay away from the little irritating things, they don’t even add tags to their shirts. Their items are retailed in between $3.99 and $20.

3. Motherhood Maternity

Those women who are not pregnant may nor like the idea of wearing maternity clothes, especially those who are struggling with infertility. But, if you are okay with it, they can provide comfort to those having chronic pain. Moreover, people with skin sensitivity and bloating, and, wright fluctuations will also feel relaxed.

Motherhood Maternity is offering tunic tops (around $30), jeans with stretch waistbands ($50), and maxi skirts ($35). Fibromyalgia community have highly recommended maternity clothes for their comfort and durability.

4. Sketchers

In those days when you can or want to put on a pair of shoes, you probably would want a comfortable brand. A brand that offers support and does not restrict any part of your foot. In the survey, Jaime Robeson said that Sketchers is the only brand that doesn’t pinch my Achilles’ tendon. And, put a shock into his kneecaps. Their pair mostly retail for around $50 to $70.

5. And1

And1, a men’s athletic brand that retails basketball shoes, sweatpants, shorts, and hoodies. Just because it is a men’s brand, it does not mean women can’t wear it. Nicole Tyrrell shares with the community that she can but oversized sweatpants, hoodies, and shirts. They are comfortable and they keep the body warm when feeling cold. Their items retail around $10 to $20.

6. Torrid

Torrid is a brand that features trendy and funky styles that come in up to size 30. Their leggings have a variety of fun printings, including Disney and Harry Potter, and most of their dresses and tops are a loose fit. Their leggings cost between $25 and $30, tops are between $28 and $50, and their dresses go for around $60.

7. Old Navy

Old Navy has a variety of classic items like T-shirts and jeans made of natural fabrics and forgiving cuts. Most items are multicolor and low prices (most pieces are less than $50, and some shirts are as low as $6). Amanda Coleman, from the survey from the fibromyalgia community, says that she shops a lot at Old Navy. Because they have a variety of colors and their variety of cotton clothes. She recommends cotton and rayon.

8. Victoria’s Secret PINK

PINK is Victoria’s Secret’s clothing collection, it offers sweatshirts, leggings, sweatpants, and shorts with flexible waistbands. As well as large shirts and tanks in feminine prints and colors. Most items are retailed in between $30 and $60. Kerri Donchez says that she wear a lot of PINK clothing because it is very loose and comfortable.

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9. Chico’s

You can wear Chico’s blouses and dresses to work or out running errands on the days you’re able to leave home. However, Nancy Lea Martine Koontz recommended shoppers to go up a size since Chico’s sizing system is “weird”.

“The clothing is comfy, and even ordering a size larger still fits well, and isn’t uncomfortable as far as bottoms and tops go. They are a little pricey, however, you can get an app, Poshmark, that is a wonderful site that sells many name brand clothing at a discount (it’s kind of like an online consignment store),” Koontz said.

10. Yours

Yours offers an enormous selection of everything from wraps to tunic dresses to knitwear, sizes 16 to 36. The styles are ideal for those who prefer loose clothing over more structured pieces. on the whole, their dresses range from $20 to $100, blouses from $30 to $40 and pants around $30.

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