There is a shift towards sustainable fashion labels is in full force. From vegan trainers to organic linen trousers, and from spider silk dresses to pineapple leather bike jackets a new world of conscious fashion is out there.
Several brands are pushing the boundary to bring awareness to environment-friendly fashion pieces, conscious consumers need to know they are out there, ready to purchase.
So if ‘cruelty-free’ and ‘saving the planet’, mantras resonate with you as well but you’re still wondering which brands are sustainable, we’re here to help.
Check out this top 5 sustainable fashion labels you’ll love to wear this summer.
1. Mara Hoffman Sustainable Swimwear
Mara Hoffman is truly one of the pioneers who is leading the way to an eco future.
For her design is everything. With Exuding playful, bright and colourful aesthetic, Mara Hoffman creates rich, textured, and understated pieces.
And the best I’ve fallen in love with her Swimwear collection!
While the collection highlights the power of the feminine form, Mara has used eco-friendly fabrics to set a new luxury standard.
2. Thought Clothing
Thought Clothing is an eco-friendly and sustainable fashion brand from the UK.
The brand’s eco-friendly and sustainable apparel is made from organic cotton, bamboo, and hemp.
Thought Clothing stocks apparel ranging from dresses to nightwear and knitwear to jumpers.
All garments are full of character, colours, available at affordable prices as the brand ships worldwide.
3. No Nasties – Sustainable Fashion Labels
The brand is encouraging its buyers to turn to sustainable clothing made of organic cotton.
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A lot goes into the making of each No Nasties garment. A LOT! From custom-branded buttons to label stickers, to stitching and embroidery…a lot of steps, a lot of hands. But always organic, always fair trade. #organic #fairtrade #vegan #cotton #ethicalfashion #sustainable #sustainableliving #ethicalclothing #goa #india #nonasties #essentials #ethicalbrand #process #details
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Moreover, it is seeking to make a positive difference in the lives of sustainable cotton farmers across the world.
You too can help by choosing their quirky bags, shirts and tees the next time you go shopping.
4. Threads 4 Thought
Threads 4 Thought’s ethically made and sustainably produced clothes are perfect for the casual, student-like wardrobe.
Their style will get you ready for a Saturday morning coffee with friends in no time at all.
Or, if you like activewear apparel, this sustainable fashion brand is the ideal choice for a Sunday morning run in the park.
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Pretty in pink! @boundlessbykara lounging in our Tranquil Legging. An entirely sustainable outfit, all the way down to the reusable tea cup! #threadlightly ♻️ ♻️ ♻️ ♻️ ♻️ #health #sustainability #sustainable #eco #environment #innovation #climatechange #sustainablefashion #zerowaste #slowfashion #ethicalfashion #sustainableliving #responsiblefashion #consciousfashion #greenfashion #ecofriendly #ecofriendlyfashion #ecofashion #fashion #ethicallymade #sustainablestyle #recycle #consciousconsumer #threads4thought #cancelplastic
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5. Sustainable Fashion Labels – Doodlage
The New Delhi sustainable fashion label, Doodlage, is built on three core principles:
All starting with the letter R, these are: reuse, reinvent and revive.
Doodlage’s environment-friendly products emphasise stylistic elements such as patchworks, embroideries, panels, and ethical silhouettes.
The label is using discarded textiles from global fashion manufacturers and deadstock production lines.
So if ‘reuse in style’ resonates with you, here is your chance to prove it.
Start by switching now to sustainable fashion labels, before your friends do so.
Lead by example!
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