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Fast fashion is a major source of pollution, and as an industry, is one of the biggest contributors to climate change, second only to the oil industry. If you prioritize clothing that is made to last, you’ve come to the right place. Our research team is always on the lookout for brands making clothing and accessories in an eco-friendly way. We have reviewed the best sustainable boxer briefs, chill wear, denim, flip flops, maternity clothing, women’s underwear, and swimwear, and are always adding new content for the eco-conscious shopper.

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Our top picks for truly sustainable T-shirts, and why it matters, plus ideas for up-cycling your old T-shirts.
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The average pair of sneakers requires hundreds of manufacturing steps, involves a lot of synthetic materials, and isn’t built to last.
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There’s no shortage of inexpensive, fast fashion out there, but is it really a bargain if a cheap pair of pants costs the Earth?
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Whether you’re lounging or actually jogging, every eco-warrior needs a good pair of sweatpants. These are the best of the best.
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This natural fiber makes some of the strongest, most versatile fabric on the planet, all without harming it in the process.
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Once upon a time, vegan ‘leather’ meant plastic. These days, though, the choices are much more eco-friendly.
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How does the North York Coat from Jack Wolfskin hold up to cold weather? Is is sustainable? We wore one to find out.
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Looking for the look of leather without the cruelty typically associated with it? These boot brands are sure to do the trick.
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Vegan leather is becoming much more durable, and sustainable. Here are our top picks for Vegan handbags you can feel good about owning.
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The clothing and textile industry is notoriously bad for contributing to global microplastic pollution - these cozy sweaters buck that trend.
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Buying clothing secondhand is always more sustainable than purchasing fast fashion garments which soon find their way to a landfill.
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Sun hats are usually manufactured with cheap materials to be sold as impulse buys; these alternatives are much more sustainable.
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Where eco-friendly denim used to mean a trip to the thrift store, these brands are making jeans, jackets, and more with sustainable denim.
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These brands are crafting high-quality clothing made from organic and sustainable materials, designed to last longer than your belly did.