Our Story

Why we created Uniteable

Photo of four alternating black and charcoal Unite-able pants on hangers suspended in mid-air. Unite-able tags are hanging from each of the pants and branded leather patches can be seen on each pair.

Inclusive styles and sizing

All of our styles are designed for diverse bodies.  We believe that everyone should have access to fashion forward and easy to use clothing.

At Uniteable, inclusivity isn't an afterthought. It's what we're all about, and that's why we start with products that meet the most important underserved needs first.

We call our approach radical inclusivity, and it's the core of our brand.

Group photo of Unite-able models with company founder Brittany Burke. One female model wearing Unite-able Magnolia pants on each side of Brittany. Model seated in wheelchair wearing black Unite-able Hyacinth pants in front.

Community focused

While we're a for-profit business, it's our social mission that drives us.

Whether through our products directly, or indirectly via partnerships and other initiatives we're relentless about serving our community and moving fashion forward for them.

That's why 5% of all our profits go to community charities. When you shop with Uniteable, you get to choose which of our pre-vetted community organizations will benefit from your purchase upon checkout.

Photo of a pile of white Unite-able brand labels and black size tags.

Ethically Produced

At Uniteable, we believe that we can do well by doing good.

All of our products are proudly made in the USA.  We have formed our own production facility which holds high ethical standards.

Whether it comes to sourcing, manufacturing or distribution and logistics, we operate to uncompromising standards that fulfill our mission without exploiting or harming others in our supply chain.

Brand & Media Partner

Photography & Videography

Special thanks to David Cullipher at Thunderstruck Creative