Apparel and Accessories

This page is under construction. I plan to post photos and detailed product descriptions. Bear with me, friends! And if you have anything you would like to add, email me (partiallyunstuffed@gmail.com) and I will add your contribution.


Awestomy: Ostomy undies, wraps for men and women, awareness shirts

Ostomy Secrets: undergarments and swimwear for men and women

Jockey slip shorts: silky shapewear that may cover and hide your ostomy without being too binding


Awestomy: Ostomy undies, wraps for men and women, awareness shirts

BeBand: A stretchy band to flatten your ostomy bag under tight-fitting clothes. Sold at Target, online and in stores

My Hip-T: Marketed as shirt extensions, these work as ostomy cover-ups for women

Ostomy Secrets: unisex wraps

Pouch Covers

C&S Ostomy Pouch Covers (You can also find them on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.)

Keep it Simple Ostomy Covers

Ivy’s Comfort Ostomy Covers

Awareness Apparel and Accesories

Girls with Guts: jewelry, hoodies, undies

The Great Bowel Movement: awareness t-shirts, athletic apparel


Land’s End women’s swimsuits

Stretchy Stuff:

Weight fluctuations have been extremely problematic for me over the years, and my ileostomy is right where the waistline of my old pants was. With all that going on, I need to get creative with clothing. My mother has been very helpful with my quest for clothes that fit, flex with my ever-changing weight, and hide my ostomy. We’re so delighted when we make a new discovery, and we want to share our finds because we had almost no help at all. Here are some things that worked for me.

Athleta: Athletic apparel for women. I love everything here, but the swim shorts resolved some serious angst. The skirts and dresses are marvelous; they are comfortable yet low-maintenance.

Caslon Shirred V-Neck Tees: These shirts from Nordstrom are good at camouflaging flaws, and you can also adjust the length a bit depending on your outfit.

Daisy Fuentes: I’ve had good luck with this designer’s pants. I found a pair of gray sweatpants that look presentable enough to wear in public!

Jag Jeans: The mid-rise and pull-on styles work best for me. This brand offers a variety of cuts, washes, and more than just jeans. They are also sold in Von Maur stores, so you can try them on in person.

Jolt Jeans: Primarily skinny styles for juniors. Sold at Dillard’s, Von Maur, Nordstrom and Macy’s.

Last Tango: Flexible, flattering ruched tops.

ModCloth: So many dresses built to conceal flaws and accentuate the positive! They have lots of things besides dresses, too: all sorts of clothing, accessories, shoes, and even goodies for your home/apartment.

Soma: undergarments and soft pajamas. “Cool Nights” pajama collection helps with night sweats.

TravelSmith: Clothing designed for comfort, with options that look like they will hide a bloated belly or ostomy bag quite nicely.

Velvet by Graham and Spencer dresses: This brand favors ruched and drapey styles, some of which are made of delightfully soft fabric. You’ll have to research a few websites to find this brand, but here is an example. I’ve found that their dresses with gathered midsections are key to finding a flattering yet versatile dress for my body shape.

Related blog entries:

& This I Believe: Friendship, Fashion, & Fun Finds

Detoured Fashion: Back in the Swing of Things

Ostomy Outdoors: My Hip T: A great product for ostomy pouch coverage


4 comments on “Apparel and Accessories

  1. Hi! I also found this tape called Confitape: http://www.confitape.com

  2. As a beginner practicioner I find any advice helpful and good resources and posts are difficult to find.

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