Sustainable Fashion brands you should know of

In the world of fashion, it matters who you buy from.


This rings true now more than ever. With hundreds if not thousands of brands fighting to secure your dollar, it's not always clear which direction to go. When shopping for clothes, there are a multitude of factors to consider, including price, style, quality, and sustainability of the brand.

Oftentimes, it's simply not feasible to sift through brands to find the one that meets all these criteria. Luckily, the list below has compiled 3 brands that are not only ethical but stylish as well.


1.) Everlane

Everlane prides itself on transparency. It makes sure to provide its customers with the most accurate and insightful information on production, materials, and even the true cost of production. This approach has made Everlane a very popular choice for consumers.


2.) Organic Basics

If you're looking for basics such as undergarments and first layers, make sure to check out Organic Basics. Yet another brand that ensures transparency in its operations, going as far as to include a section on its website titled "Our Fuck-Ups". Organic Basics puts a heavy focus on working with certified factory partners, even allowing customers access to information on individual factories they work with. It's safe to say Organic Basics is doing its part in promoting sustainability.


3.) Reformation

Reformation is another popular option for consumers who value sustainability. The brand publishes quarterly sustainability reports to give consumers an in-depth look at how they are performing, and it turns out they're doing very well. Reformation is currently certified carbon neutral by Climate Neutral and is on track to be climate positive by 2025.



Takeaway

It's not easy to know who to buy from. Fortunately, transparency is becoming more of a necessity rather than a choice for fashion brands that want to remain competitive. As consumers, we can use this to our advantage to favor brands that are actually putting in the effort to ensure a more sustainable, healthy future.


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