4 Clothing Brands Actively Helping the Planet
Climate change is real, the forest fires are getting worse and the planet needs our help. We still have to buy new clothes and food though.
It looks like it’s up to us to show big business that we’re spending our money with brands who are making a very real difference by either being sustainable, environmentally conscious, or making the Earth better than they found it.
Finnley is a lifestyle clothing brand made in Toronto, Canada.
Their products are designed for ‘slow fashion’ which will outlive any fast-fashion trends that are poorly made, usually in poor conditions. We Are Finnley provide better-quality garments that will last longer and respect people and the planet.
Finnley are partnered with One Tree Planted to help give back to nature. For every product purchased, Finnley will contribute to ensuring trees planted in areas all over the world that need reforestation.
Finnley promises to strive to provide minimal waste and environmentally friendly packaging. Even the mailing bag your product arrives in can be composted. As if there could be more – the tag has wildflower seeds in it and can be planted. Go Shopping.
TenTree believes that big change starts small. Whether you’re bringing eco-bags to the grocery store (when you remember), or have a fancy reusable water bottle, we are here to celebrate the small wins. At TenTree, they empower everyone to plant trees with their purchases, while offering sustainably made products for everyone to enjoy.
BN3TH make the best underwear known to man. The best designs, the best style, and above all, the best patented pouch technology. I can’t wear another brand!
The TENCEL™ Modal fibres, used in over 90% of their products, are manufactured by environmentally responsible production processes. These fibres come from sustainable wood and pulp sources and are certified as compostable and biodegradable. If that wasn’t enough, they’re also crazy soft and comfortable.
What? There’s more? Yep! The packaging is recyclable too!
Pact’s authenticity gives them an opportunity to challenge the stereotypes of organic — it’s often too expensive. Wrong – it’s for everyone — all day, every day — from work to travel to lazy Sunday mornings in bed and even those crazy on-the-go days. Their clothes are practical, comfortable, look great. Pact is the one-stop-shop where consumers can find organic alternatives that fit their lifestyle because doing good should be easy.