Have Clothes, Will Travel
Someone recently asked a clothing forum about people’s favorite environmentally friendly and non-fast-fashion brands.
Here are ten of the most agreed-upon answers, which vary from thrifting brands that may sell recycled fast-fashion, saving those clothes from landfills, and brands that seek to sustainably create new items of clothing.
Many users agreed that thredUP, which recently introduced a “Fashion Footprint Calculator” to help shoppers learn more about the environmental impact of their fashion purchases, was one of the best thrifting brands at the moment
The most widely agreed upon place to shop sustainably was the long-standing thrift non-profit Goodwill.
Created by two friends who sought to make clothes for other best friends, Curator has several fans who mentioned the brand. Curator is “not the most affordable” but is still their favorite ethically-minded clothing brand.
The company uses recycled materials to make their clothes and “they also have a recycling program for old stuff that’ll give you a discount on your next purchase.”
Everlane was a big favorite, with different users highlighting different things they love about the brand. One person noted that they use “quality leather” while another said Everlane is their go to shop for jeans.