Organic Clothing From Cotton, Hemp, Bamboo, Soy | Fair Trade & Recycled Clothes
Organic Clothing – Let Your Second Skin Be Pure and Natural
Econscious – t-shirts, sweat-shirts, bags and hats made with certified organic cotton. If you don’t exactly like the design, the Econscious team will work with you to customize the organic clothing of your choice to your needs.
Autonomie Project is a team of fair trade “fanatics” that offers 100% vegan, fair-trade, eco-friendly and organic clothing (t-shirts), footwear, jewellery and gift cards. The goals of AP are to raise awareness and inspire their clients for a more sustainable, ethical and simple living.
Ecozuzu offers clothes from recycled materials such as soft drinks and water bottles. You will also find organic cotton clothing. Everything is hand-crafted and fair trade. Low impact dyes are used. The clothes are very soft, comfortable and with attractive illustrations and graphics.
Sativa Bags – Hemp Clothing Sativa (that’s the name of the plant from which industrial hemp is produced) is the Mecca of hemp bags. Here you’ll also find organic clothing from ethically grown hemp, cotton and soy. Scarves, socks, t-shirts, jackets are only a small part of what you can shop at Sativa Bags.
Mission Playground (playground = earth; mission = preserve it) manufacture organic clothing. They have 100% organic cotton t-shirts and tank tops, shorts and jackets from recycled polyester, 100% raw sustainable denim and a variety of hats, belts, sandals and handbags. Don’t be surprised if inside your Mission Playground t-shirt you find the following message: “Why conventional cotton is one of the world’s most environmentally damaging crops? It uses large amounts of chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides, which scorch the earth and contaminate the food supply via livestock feed and cottonseed oil. Certified organic cotton avoids chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and GMO’s. It’s better for the environment, for the health of farmers, and for consumers who might be sensitive to chemical residues in the fabric”