Published on March 28, 2018 — Leave a comment

Top 11 Sustainable Clothing Brands That You’ll Want to Try in 2018

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If you’re looking for ways to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle, you can start in your closet. With the onslaught of new and existing apparel brands offering sustainable clothing items, you don’t have to sacrifice style to help the planet. Here are some our favorite sustainable & eco-friendly brands!

1. Alternative Apparel

@annescoronado

For your everyday basics, turn to Alternative Apparel. Since the company launched in 1995, it has been creating vintage-style clothing. Over 80% of the garments produced are made with sustainable processes and materials!

2. Amour Vert

@jennacolgrove

When the founders of Armour Vert learned that the fashion industry was the second-highest pollution causer, they decided to start a company to change that. Production happens with a zero-waste philosophy, using non-toxic dyes and sustainable fabrics.

3. Conscious Collection by H&M

@waikeezy

The Conscious Collection by H&M helps you look good while doing good. This collection is built on seven commitments to conscious actions, each of which helps make the fashion industry more sustainable while making customers feel proud of what they choose to wear.

4. DL 1961

@jomariemke

DL 1961 is a premium denim brand working to change the standard production method. When producing denim in the traditional way, the process results in heavy pollution. DL 1961 uses responsibly sourced raw materials and partners with socially responsible vendors to reduce this pollution output while producing stylish jeans for every occasion!

5. Eileen Fisher

@thismomsgonnasnap

The mission of the Eileen Fisher apparel brand is to embrace simplicity, great design, and sustainability. Along with producing comfortable and high-quality apparel, the company works to support human rights, the environment, and global initiatives.

6. Everlane

@brookejvg

Everlane believes everyone can make a difference. This trendy fashion brand has its own way of doing business, with radical transparency, exceptional quality, and ethical factories. You can feel good about every piece of apparel from this sustainable fashion line.

7. Patagonia

@megelizabethlow

Patagonia focuses on outdoor apparel that keeps you warm. The company’s mission statement focuses on using their business to inspire and implement solutions to environmental issues, causing no unnecessary harm to the world, and building the best possible products.

8. PrAna

@carrotsncake

prAna is a clothing and lifestyle company focused on inspiring free-spirited, active, and healthy living. Sustainability initiatives include using organic and recycled materials, fair trade, polybag reduction, responsibly sourced forest materials, and traceability. The people behind the brand feel strongly about creating versatile and sustainable clothing.

9. Reformation

@mustheartstyle

Reformation puts sustainability at the core of everything it does, producing appealing fashion through efficient and eco-friendly technologies and practices. These include green building initiatives and minimizing energy, water, and waste footprints. Locally sourced and screened suppliers provide the materials needed for each piece.

10. Threads 4 Thought

@sophia_sayshello

Threads 4 Thought started in 2006 as a response to the common waste practices in the fashion industry. The first collection included a few T-shirts, made from responsibly sourced materials and graphic designs inspired by the meaning behind the movement. Today, Threads 4 Thought is one of the most sustainable clothing brands in the world, with a massive collection of clothing and accessories.

11. Tribe Alive

Tribe Alive is another eco-friendly fashion brand with a passion for responsible commerce and quality handmade products. The apparel within the lineup is designed by women, for women, with a heavy emphasis on responsibility.

 

When you shop second hand at thredUP, you’re doing your part to make the fashion industry more sustainable. Check out these top sustainable brands and start shopping to supplement your wardrobe.