As we further ourselves into 2019, sustainability is becoming a bigger environmental topic to discuss. The fashion industry has a massive impact on sustainability, but luckily for you, we have captured some of our favourite sustainable and eco-friendly fashion brands.
A lot of people find themselves avoiding investing into sustainable fashion brands because they may not live up to or follow the fashion trends very fast, however, sustainability is new trend!
Whilst there is no such thing as eco-friendly clothing (because all garments have some form of negative impact to the environment), there are brands out there that are working hard to make a difference, these brands include;
For some casual T-shirts, hoodies and leggings this brand is great for general every day wear. Alternative Apparel focuses on using organic cotton and recycled materials. In addition, the brand also uses more sustainable packing and low
impact dyes and follows certain ethical standards from the factories that they source from.
This brand is available to men, woman and children; therefore, it is easier if you want to change the wardrobe for your whole family!
Don’t be fooled by the name. BITE (an acronym for By Independent Thinkers for Environmental Progress) was founded by 4 co-founders with a passion for sustainability.
The overall collection has a minimalistic look, using earthy tones. BITE uses certified organic fabrics. There is a total of 20 styles that are updated seasonally; this shows that the brands ethos is that their pieces are timeless, great quality and long-lasting!
If you’re looking for more functional and out-door pieces then Tretorn is a great brand to shop at. They offer a variety of parkas made from recycled PET bottles and consumer plastics. They also have a range of jackets created from fishing nets and have eco-friendly trainers made from locally sourced canvas.
Tretorn is serious about creating sustainable and functional pieces that are long-lasting and appropriate for cold and wet weather!
Everlane focuses on ethics and transparency by showcasing their mark-up process for each garment and the factories in order to show where their products were sourced from.
Although there is not a direct and clear impact from an environmental outlook, the clarity of the production and the styles they have are a great selling point and show that they can be worn year after year; essentially, this means the consumer will not have to keep re-buying. Luckily, the brand also reaches out to a wide set of consumers, including both men and woman.