Believe it or not, you can still be totally fashionable whilst simultaneously saving the planet. Sustainable clothing websites, thankfully, are growing in popularity and more and more are slowly arising – even some of the bigger names in fast fashion are finally catching on. So, here we’ve put together a list of ten sustainable clothing websites that we think you need to try! With something for everyone, from fitness gear to gorgeous jeans to festival wear, whatever you want, you can get it whilst also doing the planet a favour!
If you’re looking for some super cool looking, sustainable and also ethical activewear, you need to check out TALA! Set up by fitness guru GraceFitUK AKA Grace Beverley, TALA aims to create on-trend, affordable, high-performance activewear, that is 100% up-cycled and honest – and they are 92% of the way there. Even the tags on TALA products are eco-friendly as you can actually plant them! So, why not head over and support this new business that is aiming to make sustainable activewear more accessible than ever?
2. Monkee Genes
If it’s denim items that you’re looking for, Monkee Genes will likely have a sustainable option for you! Monkee Genes creates ‘Superior denim and apparel, carefully sourced and conscientiously made’ and its owner and designer, Phil Wildbore, is committed to respecting this planet we share. So, if it is denim you’re looking for, they’re well worth a browse.
3. Punks and Chancers
Punks and Chancers sells really cool, vegan, ethical AND sustainable clothing for men, women, children and even babies – so there truly is something for everyone. And if you don’t just want my word for it, to quote their about page: ‘Our tees and sweats are nice. Nice to look at it, nice to wear, nice to the planet. Organic cotton, ethically traded, made in factories that don’t mess with the workers rights’. How can you say no to that?
4. ASOS’s ‘The Responsible Edit’
We’ve all heard of ASOS, whether you’ve shopped there or not, we’ve definitely all hear of it. If you’ve not bought from them before, what better time to start than now as they have recently released their ‘The Responsible Edit’ range which uses recycled goods, where waste, plastic and textiles have been recreated as new products. With plenty of great items to choose from, for both men and women, head over and check it out!
5. Boohoo’s ‘For The Future’ recycled clothing range
Just like ASOS, Boohoo has joined the sustainable gang recently with its ‘For The Future’ recycled clothing range which is made from recycled materials, allowing you to ‘dress well and do your bit for the planet’. With plenty of great summer dresses, cute slogan tees, and even cute co-ord sets available, they’re well worth trying out!
6. Making Waves Clothing
Making Waves sells really cute ocean themed, t-shirts, sweaters and rings. The company aims to produce a product ‘that will help open the eyes of many to the issues of plastics in our oceans and reduce this global issue’ – so helping with two issues at once to help save our oceans, what could be better? They’re super affordable and good quality products that you should seriously go check out.
7. Wrangler Sustainable Denim Collection
For even more denim options, why not check out Wrangler’s collection of sustainable denim? Wrangler is committed to respecting the planet and caring for the land that feeds and clothes us. Head over their website to check out their fantastic goals and their really wide variety of jeans!
Toast is a great website, selling both women clothes and home items that are both beautiful to look at and beautifully made. Toast makes great quality clothes that are incredibly durable, in an attempt to help minimise consumption of natural raw materials and the quantity of clothing consigned to landfill. Toast regularly works with fair trade co-operatives and smaller workshops on artisanal crafts and they also don’t test on animals! If you’re looking for some great nightwear and loungewear, Toast is exactly what you’re looking for!
9. Ugly Studios
Despite the deceiving name, Ugly Studios offers some really cool clothing! According to their website, ‘their collections include bold statement pieces and reimagined classics, made from the most sustainable fabrics possible in factories where human dignity takes priority’. Their t-shirts are particularly nice, so head over and have a look if you’re wanting a good quality t-shirt.
10. Ninety Percent
Offering a really extensive range of great women’s clothing, Ninety Percent is a contemporary London-based company. The clothing is feminine and low maintenance, as ‘relaxed silhouettes are its core alongside close-fit jersey staples and sumptuous knits’. The company treats its people and its planet with respect and chooses its materials very carefully, as ‘sustainability is an endeavour that’s high on our agenda’. So if you’re a woman looking for something comfortable and easy to wear that will have you safe in the knowledge that you’re doing good for the planet, check out Ninety percent!