Sustainable clothing Products

Sustainability starts with design. What are we creating? What materials will be used and how will we source them? Can they be from recycled sources? How much waste will this piece create? Can we change the pattern to reduce the number of textile off-cuts? Will it be difficult to recycle this garment because it uses blended fabrics? Will it be a meaningful addition to someone’s wardrobe? Or a fleeting trend? By thinking of these questions, designers are able to influence the initial “sustainability” of a garment.

Environmentally Efficient Production

We most often speak about environmentally friendly fashion when thinking about production. In this instance, we are looking for clear proof that steps have been taken to reduce the environmental cost of making our clothes. This includes everything from using organically certified materials to implementing water and energy-efficient production techniques, to thinking about the carbon cost of transportation.

less resources used

The materials to make clothing are fast running out and in order to keep up with demand farming practices that are harmful to the planet have been used. By buying clothes made from renewable materials such as hemp, you are reducing the demand. This will lead to a reduction in the pollution clothing manufacturing causes.

Recycled fibers are much more sustainable option, as they reduce pressure on natural resources and tackle the growing problem of waste management. Additionally, sustainable fabrics requires little to no water during the production phase.


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