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It’s that time of the year again where we collectively rack our brains to think of the best gifts to make our loved ones feel special. I didn’t want to create just another holiday gift guide for you, so this year I zeroed in on products that uplift and celebrate the folks in your life who have ditched diet culture!
This Anti-Diet Holiday Gift Guide will walk you through some of my favorite products from some of my favorite brands that do the work to uplift and include fat bodies and create thoughtful, welcoming spaces.
Reesabobeesa is a company that focuses mainly on making size-inclusive jewelry. There are so many incredible pieces to choose from. These earrings would make the perfect holiday gift for someone who loves to make a statement! The website describes them as, “large and sparkly and dangly – but not too heavy.”
Oxford Pennant is a designer and manufacturer of wool felt pennants, flags and banners. They have tons of amazing designs to choose from, so there’s really something for anyone you are purchasing a gift for this holiday season! Want something more specific? Don’t worry! You can make your own custom pennant or flag like we did for Fat Camp 2023!
Reprise Activewear is making incredibly thoughtful, sustainable, and size-inclusive pieces that would make a great gift! This matching set includes the Aspen Bra (low-impact bra with no padding and supportive band) & Aspen Leggings (high rise and full length legging with compression – size up if between sizes). Both pieces are available in sizes 6X-XS in a variety of color options!
CTOAN Co. is a Queer and Black-owned candle company that specializes in making gender neutral body candles that celebrate the human form. Their Season of Giving holiday collection features Roasted Pine Cone and Cranberry Orange Simmer Pot scents that will turn anyone’s home into a winter wonderland.
Shameless plug — it is never a bad idea to snag one of these crop tops from the Fat Girl Flow merch store! They are super soft and custom made to my specifications, and they make the perfect holiday gift. If you love the Fat Bitch tee’s message but want to gift something a little more toned down, this Fat Babe crop top is the perfect!
I am so deeply in love with this coat, y’all. If you are buying a holiday gift for someone who lives in a mild winter climate, I cannot recommend it enough. Snow Country Outerwear does such an amazing job crafting fashion-forward, plus size friendly pieces like this one that make you feel cute while still being super functional. Get $$$ off with code FATGIRLFLOW
Whether you are holiday shopping for the outdoorsy camper in your life or someone who just loves a hot beverage in a cute mug, Trek Light Gear has you covered. This enamel mug, in addition to being adorable, is also 100% dishwasher safe and stovetop/campfire safe!
TOWEL is a new size-inclusive brand that focuses on making towels more accessible for folks of all sizes. They offer 3 bath towel options: GEMMA (suggested to fit up to a 7X), JONI (suggested to fit up to a 5X), and AVA (suggested to fit up to a 3X. One of these luxurious and thoughtfully made towels would make an incredible gift!
For those of you buying your holiday gifts in Kansas City, I recommend stopping by this beautiful used book shop. If you aren’t local to KC, I encourage you to buy from your local book sellers this holiday season instead of large corporations like Amazon. Not sure what books to look for? See below for a few of my favorites!
Everyone could use a little luxury during the holiday gifting season. What better way to feel pampered than to be gifted a fabulous, size-inclusive robe? Peridot Robes is a fat-femme owned and operated retailer creating sustainable and ethically made pieces in sizes 14-40. This Soft Floral Peach Robe is gorgeous, has pockets, and is generously cut. Truly a 10/10 gift.
If there’s one thing I am going to do, it’s tell you to book a boudoir photo shoot with Tay at Good Bodies. You can give physical or digital prints to a partner or give the experience of having a photo session to someone. Tay is not only taking jaw-dropping photos, but also curating a safe, empowering space for people to experience freedom in their bodies.
The holidays are a magical time, but they can also be full of unsolicited body comments and diet culture talk. I hope this Anti-Diet Gift Guide helped you find some items to add to your gifting list (or your own wishlist) that center inclusivity and accessibility! Are there any brands or products that I missed? Let me know in the comments!