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Sustainable Cotton Brands For You

Sustainability is a lifestyle that you may want to follow. Many are starting to choose sustainability to help save the environment, especially with recent years highlighting the severe decline our nature is experiencing.

Clothes are amongst the things we need most. With clothes comes the material, and the most used material to make clothes is cotton. But did you know how detrimental cotton can be?

The production line for conventional cotton is devastatingly non-sustainable and highly harmful to the environment. For example, the Fashion Revolution reports any garments that require one kilogram of cotton would use up an estimation of 10,000 liters of water! This damage is amplified with the fact that cotton requires a massive area of land for farming, as well as an enormous amount of harmful chemical pesticides. You can read more about it here!

However, you can always alternate to sustainable cotton brands—and we’re here to introduce you to some of them!


Cotton Loungewear, Underwear, and Bedding


Rough Pricing Range

USD $50 - $100


International Shipping

“For Lasting Ways of Life”

Kotn is on a mission to change how things are made. This Canadian brand looks for a better solution for the people and the planet. Kotn claims that their production line considers design, quality, value, and positive impact on the environment and the community. Kotn cotton is farmed in Egypt and Portugal to ensure premium quality. The brand is also committed to being 100% certified organic.


Cotton Loungewear, Underwear, and Bedding

Adults and Kids

Rough Pricing Range

USD $20 - $100

Pact is a sustainable cotton brand that provides loungewear, underwear, as well as bedding! The company channels its manufacturing from India with a mission of making organic apparel affordable. Pact highlights organic cotton manufacturing since it uses 91% less water with a more eco-friendly impact on the environment. The brand also prides itself on using natural dyes for its clothing.

People Tree

Day Wear, Underwear, Accessories, and Essentials


Rough Pricing Range

USD $30 - $200


Shipping Internationally (excl. Asia)

People Tree has been growing since 1991. The brand is Global Organic Textile Standard Certified and was the first fashion company awarded by the World Fair Trade Organisation. People Tree pledges to comply with fair trade principles, fair wages coverage, good working conditions, transparency, environmentally sound, and gender equality. People Tree also elaborates their plans to support the economic independence of their partners, protect the environment, supply customers with environmentally sustainable solutions, provide a supportive environment, and set an example to businesses and the government of the Fair Trade model.

Organic Basics

Day Wear, Loungewear, and Underwear


Rough Pricing Range

USD $40 - $250


Shipping Internationally

“The fashion industry is a dirty bastard.”

Organic Basics swears by sustainability: “when we say sustainability is our core mission we don’t mean that sustainability is nice to have—we mean that it’s the only way we act.” As a part of their sustainability mission, Organic Basics have designed their clothes to last. This choice means that Organic Basics are willing to invest in quality fabrics and artistry that ensures only the best results for both customers and the environment.

P.S. You should check out their website. They list down their Impact Report, Impact Index, Funds, and an A-Z Guide to Fashion.


Active Wear


Rough Pricing Range

USD $20 - $200


Shipping Internationally

“Our way: Exceptional quality. Ethical factories. Radical Transparency.”

Everlane pledges to provide the best solution for wearers and the environment. The brand puts pride in its ethical approach, designs as well as radical transparency. Everlane believes that customers “have the right to know how much their clothes cost to make,” and provide a rundown of all costs associated with creaking an item. This brand also believes that businesses must pave the way to being responsible for our carbon footprints. The brand’s initiatives include the No New Plastic policy, Certified Organic Cotton, and Materials Certifications. You can read more about their initiatives here!

There are still many more organic cotton brands that you can select from! Hopefully, this little catalogue of a few organic cotton brands can help you venture a new path of more sustainable choice.

Happy Shopping!

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