We are a Black-woman and queer-woman owned inclusive-size fashion brand with headquarters in Spokane, WA. Through socially responsible practices, dom+bomb create distinctly beautiful, well-fitting, high-quality clothes for every body, regardless of size, shape, or gender.

Media inquiries: 2023 Media Kit available upon request.  

Launch Press Release

  • Autostraddle logo on blue background above the words Work -Life Balance: How???!!! Advice from Queer Small Business Owners. Sponsored by Next.

    "Work-Life Balance: How???!!!" on Autostraddle

    Autostraddle featured six queer-owned businesses in their article on how to achieve work-life balance, including us.

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  • On the Radio

    Co-founders Kim and Delena talk with Out and About's Maeve Griffith about trends, sustainability, and gender-affirming fashion.

  • Reclaiming Beauty Through Community headline in front of a collage of models in a variety of poses. Models are plus size and straight size. Models are women, nonbinary, Black, white, and Indigenous.

    Reclaiming Beauty Through Community

    Co-Founder Kim Blessing contributed to Beneath Your Beautiful magazine, writing about what inspired dom+bomb.

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  • Into the Queerosphere

    We sat down with Kry and Lou to talk about what fashion means to us.

  • Carl Maxey Center strengthens Black-owned businesses through Commerce partnership, community events

    WA State Department of Commerce

    The Washington State Department of Commerce talked with us as part of their article on the Carl Maxey Center's Black-owned Business event.

  • Shoutout Atlanta: Meet Delena Mobley and Kim Blessing/ dom+bomb Co-founder/CEO. Kim and Delena smiling at the camera below the headline.

    Shoutout Atlanta

    We talked with Shoutout Atlanta about our inspiration, community, and the story behind dom+bomb.

  • The Gonzaga Bulletin: Dom+Bomb: Redefining fashion through sustainability and inclusivity. Image of five models smiling at the camera. Three in front are sitting on a blue velvet couch. Three in back are standing against a brick wall.

    Gonzaga Bulletin

    We sat down with Emmalee Appel to talk about inclusive sizing and removing gender categories.

  • New Spokane-based clothing brand dom+bomb focuses on sustainability, inclusivity, and personal expression. Picture of Kim and Delena in their showroom next to a rack of clothing they designed. By Chey Scott. Photo by Young Kwak.

    The Inlander

    We talked with Chey Scott at The Inlander about why we started our fashion brand.

  • Headline: Spokane=based clothing brand launches size, gender-inclusive collection. Co-founders Delena Mobley and Kim Blessing are smiling, standing next to each other in one of Spokane's sky walks.


    We sit down with the Spokesman-Review to talk about inclusivity and community.