Babies & Kids | Clothing

Loomstate

A small collection of clothing for women and men made from 100% certified organic cotton n a GOTS certified factory in India. I love this clothing. Very simple classic design, plain colors, high integrity materials. “At Loomstate we work toward a shared vision, believing that whole clothing supply chains from cotton farm to fashion house can support sustainable clothing production.This is clothing that goes beyond fiber and fabric, to include the moral fibers we share and the community fabric that binds us.”

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Natural Clothing Company

Clothing for women and men made from 100% organic and natural cotton, linen, hemp, ramie, bamboo and other natural fibers or natural fiber blends. Each piece has been chosen by a husband-and-wife who are former natural food store owners, now living in a rural area near Seattle. “We want life without poisons for ourselves and you, the soil and animals. We think you want that too.”Read descriptions carefully as some are made from tencel (wood pulp) and garments are made in many different countries.

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Goddess Gear

Clothing for women made from organic and recycled cotton, organically grown linen, hemp, bamboo and tercel (wood pulp). “Our passion is creating flattering, wearable, feminine styles that enhance the women who wear them; all from natural, organic and sustainable materials, cut and sewn in the USA. Goddess Gear is clothing that speaks to the essence of who our customers are; women of character, beauty, and vision.”

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Purakai

A California beach-oriented website that sells simple shirts for women and men made from California-grown “ocean-friendly” organic cotton. They also sell sustainable surfboards and some items contain synthetics, but I like the fact that this California company is selling shirts made from 100% California grown organic cotton.

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Cotton Mill

All cotton clothing without finishes for women and men. Just basic cotton clothing—shirts, dresses, jackets, sweats, jeans and pants—in lots of colors and many different types of cotton fabrics (all fabrics are listed and explained). Some organic cotton, plus sizes, all made in the USA or Canada. Nothing fancy here, just plain cotton clothing. And especially sweatshirts—“100% heavy-weight 18-ounce cotton sweatshirts…built to last a lifetime.”

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One Knot Knits

“Cozy knits made by hand with responsibly sourced fibers…I am very particular when choosing my fibers – they are as natural as possible. Some are organic, some are fair trade, and all are purchased from farms, small businesses, or fellow Etsy sellers. I focus on using yarns that are made in the United States or made using fair trade practices around the world. You will not find acrylic yarn or chemically treated yarn in this shop! I only knit with natural fibers, including sheep’s wool, alpaca, llama, silk, cotton, and bamboo.” Hats mittens, scrarves and other accessories for women and babies. image:{organic wool mittens

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HoBo Ties

A delightful collection of natural fiber bow ties, neckties, pocket squares, cummerbunds and suspenders for men and boys. “All of our products are created with carefully chosen materials. We source professional hardware to use on our products that are made right here in the USA. Our fabrics are almost always cotton I saw a natural linen tie and sometimes we make specialty silk bow ties.

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Red Clouds Collective

Clothing, bags, and accessories made with all natural materials and exceptional craftsmanship. “Our products are born from necessity. Each one is thoughtfully designed to make life a little easier, and they’re all built to last a lifetime.”MATERIALS: Vegetable Tanned Leather from Hermann Oak—a St. Louis, Missouri-based tannery that has been tanning leather using extracts of tree bark in the traditional method since 1881. Waxed Canvas from Fairfield Textile, a specialized American manufacturer based in Bridgeton, New Jersey that has been crafting fabric since 1838. Selvage Denim from Cone Mills’ White Oak Plant in North Carolina, woven on vintage 1940s fly-shuttle looms that give each piece of fabric a unique depth and dimension.”

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Human Revolution Clothing

Organic t-shirts and casual clothing for women and men. “Human Revolution Clothing is a social, economic, environmental and LOVE centered clothing company that is passionate about and dedicated to changing the way clothing is made seed to shirt! Our clothing is made from 100% Certified Organic Cotton that is GMOfree & FairTrade. It is GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard), USDA & Fair Trade certified.”

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Criquet Shirts

Super soft 100% organic cotton shirts for men, created by two friends. “In 2010, after lamenting the loss of great and hard-to-replace polo shirts of years past, we set out on the quest to find the perfect shirt.Guided by memories of our very first collared shirts from early days in prep school, and by well-worn hand-me-downs from dads, uncles and others, we spared no effort to find it. In the end, unable to track down this elusive prize, we did what any two enterprising young men would do. We set out to design it and make it on our own. ”

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Shop Fog Linen

Beautiful, simple products for daily use made from linen. Created by a Japanese designer, the pieces have a an Asian sensibility, made from western fabric. They have everything from table and kitchen linens to bed linens and bath towels, plus loose linen clothing and even linen slippers! Mostly neutral colors, some patterns, some colorful surprises. “We just want to design and distribute an honest, beautiful, and long-lasting product. Our motto: Live with linen. Every day.

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Vivid

Clothing for women (plus shirts for men) all made of linen, sizes XS-XXL sizes. Loose-fitting and tailored styles, casual and dressy. One thing they have that I can never find in stores is 100% linen unlined jackets. Lots of loose-fitting tops some with embroidered details. Lovely dresses. Plus sizes have their own flattering designs.

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Tuckerman & Co.

Men’s dress shirts±long-staple organic cotton, the world’s finest Italian mills, quality craftsmanship backed by 80 years experience. Made in New England. Tuckerman was created for a simple but powerful reason: we were frustrated trying to find high quality clothing that we felt good about. Most of what was available on the rack or in stores just wasn’t very well made and didn’t last very long. Curious by nature, we started asking questions, and the more we learned the less we liked it. There had to be a better way. Our approach has been to try and reimagine clothing the way that it should be made. We have a bias toward the timeless over the fleeting. We believe in using the finest materials and partnering with those who take genuine pride in their work. We have a strong commitment to environmental responsibility, and wherever possible use less harmful materials over their conventional counterparts. Together, we believe these all make for a better product.

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PACT

This is what I like. You go to their website and the first thing you see is “Super Soft ORGANIC cotton. No toxic dyes. No toxic pesticides. No sweatshops. No child labor.” That pretty much says it. Casual clothing, underwear, socks and leggings, tank tops, hoodies. Women, men, baby. GOTS certified.

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Always Piper

Timeless clothing, bedlinens,, home goods and accessories made mostly from linen. “Outstanding quality is achieved through fine detailing and finishes that result in items that are exclusive and promise to last for years…handmade on the coast of Maine in small batches.”

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Rambler’s Way Farm

“Soft, superfine wool comfortwear from the founders of Tom’s of Maine.” After nearly to years building Tom’s of Maine—one of the first makers of natural personal care products—Tom and Kate Chappell have a new venture. Their vision is “to re-imagine wool as a next-to-the-skin, superfine fabric, to warm and comfort people of all ages and walks-of-life…We create superfine worsted wool garments, while maintaining high standards of ecological responsibility, community involvement and customer satisfaction. They grow their own special breed of wool and color some of their garments with renewable, all natural dyes from herbal extracts.” For men and women.

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Wonderful Wool

This really is a wonderful site for organic wool socks, slippers, leg warmers, hats, gloves, sweaters and other accessories. Each item is “individually hand made by traditional European artists living in America, giving these made in the U.S.A products a classic European touch. They are created from organic wool, fleece, and fibers. The color of the wool is the actual color of the sheep that it came from. No bleaches or dyes are ever used on the wool and are not the result of treating the wool with harsh chemicals. This kind of organic wool naturally fights germs and foot odor while insulating from both cold and heat.”

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Organic Robes

Luxurious, this thick Turkish robes. This is a GOTS certified organic bathrobe made of GOTS certified organic Turkish cotton. Available in various weights and colors, including an “undyed” option. Also undid organic Turkish cotton towels.

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Cottonique

“Allergy-free apparel” for men, women, and children. This company specifically provides clothing for people with skin contact allergies to latex and other common allergens. They focus primarily on undergarments and socks, but also have basic pants and tops for loungewear. “All our products are made from natural and chemical free 100% combed cotton material…soft and highly absorbent. Our elasticized garments are made from a newly developed material that is both latex-free and spandex free. Our unique Cottonique fabric is unlike any other. It is pH balanced to conform with the body’s natural acidic level and totally free of dyes, bleach and textile chemicals commonly used in other apparel.”

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Consumers Against Toxic Apparel (CATA)

CATA was created with the purpose to connect conscious organic apparel consumers with organic clothing companies nationwide. They show consumers how stylish organic clothing can be, and offer a 10-15% discount to help convert wardrobes to organic. CATA partners know the origin and history of their products. Many work along side the farmers and artisans who create the products. They work hard to create innovative products while seeking pure, clean and safe alternatives to toxic fashion.

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Silver Needle & Thread

A full service custom sewing, dressmaking and fashion design company that provides sewing services for infants, kids, adults, bridal, special occasion, lounge and sleepwear, and basic home needs. They specialize in organic and natural fabrics offering organic cotton, organic hemp, organic linen, organic wool, vegan and peace silk, raw silk, soy and many blends. They take pride in sourcing a large amount of their fabrics from the United States, and also seek out fair trade fabrics supporting small farmers abroad. Many of their fabrics are GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standards) certified, the highest certification for textiles today. “Creating your own clothes is satisfying, rewarding and just plain fun. We always encourage our clients to express who you truly are thru the clothes you wear.”

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Tag Custom Bridal

A full service bridal company offering custom sewn one-of-a-kind organic and natural fiber wedding attire for the entire bridal party. The company has over forth-two years of experience sewing made-to-measure wedding gowns and dresses for special occasions. This is the only bridal company of it’s kind focused on providing the bride with a complete organic experience. They use organic cotton, organic linen, hemp, vegan and peace silks to create their gowns.

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Imagine GreenWear

“Wear ART. Wear Organic. Wear American.” An organic cotton clothing line for babies, women and men that combines 100% certified organic cotton with a patent pending process of screen-printing that uses seaweed based dyes. Dyed by hand, all of their graphic garments have front and back prints. To ensure a long lasting product, garments are pre-faded and pre-shrunk. A truly organic product, the garments do not have a plastic feel from cracks after washing or pigments that feel rough and scratchy. 100% organic cotton fabric. No chemical finishes or bleaches. No screen inks, plastics, solvents, binders, resins or pigments.

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Synergy Organic Clothing

Flowing, graceful clothing for women made of organic cotton “that combines sustainability with modern yet timeless design. We strive to make clothing that looks good, and is also gentle on the Earth. We predominantly work with organic cotton from India, that is dyed with low impact dyes. Our clothing is hand made in Nepal, according to fair trade practices, verified by our long-term relationships with our manufacturers and our frequent trips to Nepal. Synergy looks to the world around in its approach to design, taking inspiration from both the natural and urban landscapes, in addition to modern and ancient cultural influences. We specialize in making clothing with touches of graphic details such as hand-stitched applique work and water-based screen prints. It is our goal to make women look and feel good when they wear our clothing, while feeling good about the way it was made. We want our clothing to be easy to wear, flatter a woman’s body, and to highlight the woman wearing our clothing.” Dreses, outerwear, tops, skirts. XS – XXL.

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Fed by Threads

Clothing for the whole family, made from organic cotton and organic hemp/organic cotton blend (a few items contain spandex, so read the labels). Various safer dyes are used, all are vegan and sweatshop free. They also offer custom-print organic t-shirts. “This all began with the simple idea to have a community shirt made for our dance/yoga/photography studio The Movement Shala in downtown Tucson. At that time, we learned some startling statistics about the depth of the hunger challenge in the United States and while Jade was bulging pregnant with our son, Sequoia, we decided we had to do something, even if it was a small act. So the simple idea was born to feed 12 emergency meal boxes every time one of our community shirts sold. What started as one rack of shirts has blossomed into what is now Fed By Threads! “

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Sassis Organic Clothing

Casual clothing made from organic cotton (even the label and thread are organic cotton). For women, children, and maternity. Simple basic designs in various solid colors, including tops, skirts, dresses, pants and shorts. Sizes XS to XL. Woman owned and operated, and manufacture in the USA.

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Earth Creations Clothing

Clothing for everyone in the family, made from a “hemp/organic cotton blend has wonderful durability and gets softer every time you wash it,” with eco-friendly dyes.”We strive to create high-quality, eco-friendly clothing in a sustainable manner, and make something beautiful that you’ll love to wear day after day.” Most garments are made in the USA in a sweatshop-free environment.” Large selection, lots of colors and styles to choose from. This company started out making t-shirts dyed with natural clay. One day after a storm, one of the founders went for a bike ride and ended up covered with red clay mud. When, after years of washing, it was found that the color could not be removed, clay-dyeing was born. And it still continues today.

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Buddha Pants

This website sells only one product, but it’s a product I love: 100% cotton “buddha pants.” They come in seven plant-dyed colors and can be stuffed into a pocket for easy travel. I used to wear similar pants every day and loved them (I got mine from a fellow who imported them from India). Very roomy and loose. Versatile style can be casual or dressed up. 

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FaeriesDance.com

A site dedicated to earth-friendly fashions for the whole family, all made from natural and organic materials (organic cotton and linen, hemp, tencel, soy, and bamboo). Nice styles. Allergen-free lingerie for people with MCS.  Read fabric descriptions carefully as some also contain spandex. I like their descriptions that give the origin of the fabric and where the garment is sewn. Has women’s plus sizes, organic cotton drawstring bra with no metal hooks or elastic, and other unusual items.

Listen to my interview with FaeriesDance.com Founder and CEO Adrienne Catone.

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Stewart+Brown

Stylish casual clothing for women made from organic cotton (“our designs use only organic cotton”), Mongolian cashmere, Merino wool, yak down, Tencel gauze, hemp silk charmeuse, hemp jersey and linen in a wide variety of textures and colors, all sustainably-sourced. Here creativity meets sustainability. “Stewart+Brown” believes in optimizing their designs and lives to attain the highest standards of quality and functional style while extracting the bare minimum from the Earths precious capital. Stewart+Brown practices and promotes a symbiotic and harmonious relationship between business, community, and nature. We aspire to apply the wisdom of sustainability to everything we do while inspiring others, just as we have been inspired, to do the same.

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Kasper Organics

“Affordable and socially responsible organic cotton clothing and accessories for men and women.” All the items I checked were 100% organic cotton (except socks), with no synthetics. Many low-impact dyes and natural Colorganic cotton. Some latex-free. Some items are from brand name manufacturers, others handmade by the owner. Also bedding and bath towels. “If I was buying organically grown food for my family, why was I buying toxic clothing?”

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Esperanza Threads

An interesting and unusual source of clothing for men, women, and children, made from organic cotton and other natural fibers. This is attractive, useful, clothing made from natural fibers in styles that are hard to find, including flowing, natural styles in sizes up to women’s 3x. And… “Esperanza Threads can provide clothing for you if you have moderate chemical sensitivities. We strongly suggest that you first test our fabrics. Look for our Chemical Sensitive Safe Logo next to fabrics which are safe for individuals with moderate chemical sensitivities.” These clothing items are handmade in the USA through a program that trains low-income individuals in industrial sewing, including immigrant refugees. 

Listen to my interview with Esperanza Threads Executive Director Lucretia Bohnsack.

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My Sister Pat

I usually don’t include websites based outside of the USA, except when I can’t find a USA site that sells a unique product I like. In this case it’s women’s <i>cotton swimsuits</i> with traditional rubber shirring for stretch! Made in a variety of styles and fabric patterns from the 1950’s, these swimsuits are adorable. A bit pricey, though. If beyond your budget, take a look anyway for ideas about how you might sew your own. Note: All swimsuits are front lined in quick drying, shape enhancing poly interlock, but otherwise 100% cotton fabric.

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Indigenous

Simple, yet elegant and colorful, clothing for women and men, made by fair trade artisans in South America using organic cotton, free range alpaca, silk (harvested by a process that preserves the silkworms), and merino wool. Colors are the natural color of the fiber or the result of low-impact dyes. Garments are handmade through-and-through beginning with the fabric itself, which is hand-knit with needles or hand-woven on a loom. The styles are beautiful and timeless—what clothing should be.

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Sweetgrass Natural Fibers

Simple clothing for men and women made from hemp, organic cotton (and bamboo). This company is “dedicated to creating great clothing with minimal impact. All our products are made in the U.S.A. from fabrics and fibers grown without any harmful chemical fertilizers or pesticides…We’re known for vibrant, life-enriching colors and versatile designs for work, home or travel. Our approach includes sustainably grown fibers and local production in the United States.”

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Ecoland

“Pure organic cotton underwear for the entire family…designed with simplicity and quality in mind.” This small, family-owned company believes in “helping our planet and our loved ones by producing the best quality organic cotton apparel.” They use only GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified organic cotton. From field to fabric finish, all processes are certified by Skal, a division of the Control Union World Group. In an effort to reduce the use of natural resources, they emphasize classic colors and styles that never go out of fashion. Their apparel is multifunctional and can be worn as underwear, sleepwear, or as layers, so you don’t need to buy as many pieces of clothing. Ladies’ and men’s collections are tagless (labels are printed with water-based inks and adhered via heat transfer)

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The Healthy Bra Company

Custom bras that are “just right” for your body, regardless of shape, size, anatomical features, or body conditions. Because each body is unique, a comprehensive assessment process is used to take into consideration each woman’s individual needs. It is then determined whether a custom-fitted, custom-altered, or custom-made bra is needed. Bras are based on an innovative and scientifically-inspired design of “suspension support”, developed in the 1960’s, by aeronautic engineers–which support the breasts from below, and around, rather than having your shoulders bear the weight of the breasts through the straps. In addition, these bras are further modified to meet your health needs. “Postural muscles…need stimulation to bring them…into action”. As the bra supports the breasts and reinforces the proper postural alignment, it POSITIVELY affects the gravitational load or “stress” on the body. So a properly fitting bra can affect a host of “gravitational stress symptoms” such as muscle and nerve pain, rotator cuff injuries, osteoarthritis, poor circulation, poor and limited oxygenation of the body. Who knew that these things could have any relationship to a bra!” Especially important to anyone concerned about toxics is that these bras are designed to allow free flow of lymph drainage, a function essential to body detox that is blocked by most bras. Bras are made of a combination of cotton, organic cotton, and synthetics, depending on what is needed for the specific individual. Any bra can be lined with organic cotton so only natural fibers touch the skin. Bras for everyday wear, sports and activities, pregnancy, nursing, mastectomy, re-construction, surgeries – reduction, embellishment, therapeutic, teens in training, breast health-conscious bras, postural bras, and more.

Listen to my interview with Maria Monti Founder The Healthy Bra Company.

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SAFEDenim

Jeans for men and women, made with “American cotton…from field to fabric,” grown and processed into fabric using technologies that greatly reduce chemical applications, reduce water, incorporate reduce-reuse-recycle principles, and reduce land area required to grow cotton.

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Fair Indigo

“Fair Wages, Fashionable Styles, Affordable Prices”–clothing and accessories for women, men, and baby. “Our mission is to create high-quality, wearable styles without the exploitation of workers and the environment that too often goes with the territory. With incredibly efficient operations and word-of-mouth advertising, we can keep our prices real too.” Choose from organic, fair trade, USA-made, reclaimed and recycled materials

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Greenedge Kids

Founded by a mom who is an environmental engineer, this website has “the largest selection of organic designer children’s clothes” for boys and girls, sizes 2-14. Best prices guaranteed. “Wirtually all of the designer organic kids clothes offered by GreenEdge Kids are made in the USA.” Their “shop by conscience” feature lets you quickly find the criteria you care about most…organic cotton, recycled fabric, fair trade, dye-free and more.

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Maggie’s Organics

Simple organic clothing for men and women, including pants, wraps, hoodies, dressses, tanks, camisoles, and scarves, and socks (socks for kids, too). "Maggie's Organics was founded in 1992 on the premise that workers should be treated ethically and that clothing should be durable, affordable, and constructed of environmentally sustainable materials…All of our products are made with Certified Organic Cotton or Certified Organic Wool."

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SOS from Texas

“We Grow Organic Cotton T-Shirts” for men, women, children and babies. This is one of those businesses that I just love, because they do every step of making the garments themselves. “SOS t-shirts are made from organic cotton grown on our certified organic farms. We have been certified organic by the Texas Department of Agriculture since 1992…Our cotton is planted in mid-May and harvested after frost in November. The harvested cotton is ginned at our certified organic gin and then shipped to a certified mill in North Carolina for spinning into yarn. The yarn is also knitted, finished and sewn in the Carolinas. SOS products have a pedigree as we can tell you when and where they were planted and trace their development into a finished product. SOS organic cotton products are 100% Made in the USA, “sweat shop free”, by American workers being paid a fair and lawful wage…As we grow organic cotton t-shirts, we share our land with you, our customers. SOS organic cotton is “good for man and good for the land” as these practices improve our environment, create jobs for people in rural American and keep our family farm and heritage sustainable.” This is a very durable tee that will last many years and continue to soften with age and washings. The natural color varies from year to year with the type of growing season experienced by the cotton. And…these shirts are sewn with cotton thread.

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CERTIFIED jean + branching habit

Jeans and shirts for men and women made from organic cotton. Designed to be comfortable and durable. "We supervise the production our clothing from the cutting to the finishing. All of our clothing products are made in the USA under U.S. labor laws. You can be assured that our products are made in sewing and production facilities licensed by the state in which they are made."

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Sympatico Clothing

Sustainable clothing crafted for women seeking simple elegance and comfort in their apparel. “Made of eco-friendly hemp and Tencel (lyocell), styles incorporate classic lines while celebrating the female form in all its diversity. Designed and hand-crafted in America.”

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Rawganique

An extensive selection of stylish basic clothing (and undergarments) for men, women and children, most made from European certified organically grown hemp, organic linen or organic cotton, some with natural dyes. Many items are exclusive to this site. "Our hemp products are, of course, sustainably made with no sweatshop, child, or underwaged labor involved at any step of the cultivation or manufacturing process — this is something which we have taken pride in from the very beginning."

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J.Jill

Flowing and feminine natural fiber clothing for females of all sizes — misses, petite, women and tall. I personally buy a lot of clothes here because the styles are classic and professional, and most of the fabrics are natural fibers (check labels carefully, as not all are natural fibers). Whatever finishes may be on this clothing easily wash out. One of my favorite clothing stores.

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Hemp Sisters

Basic clothing for men and women made from hemp and cotton. "Hemp Sisters is dedicated to providing one-of-a-kind, high-quality, hand-crafted clothing and accessories made of earth-sustaining, environmentally-friendly natural fiber materials such as hemp, nettle, recycled silk and wool.Hemp and nettle grow wild in nature and are hand-processed without chemicals on a traditional pit-loom by native villagers in the remote western villages of the Himalayan Kingdom Nepal. Recycled silk items are made by gathering waste pieces of silk from the cutting room floors of commercial producers in India and are then re-spun and hand knitted or crocheted into unique creations for Hemp Sisters. All Hemp Sisters items are hand-made by working women's cooperatives in Kathmandu, Nepal that pay fair wages, provide excellent working environments, and support the local women's community through scholarships and employment opportunities."

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Grateful Threads

Clothing for men, women, and children. Their site says they sell "handmade hippie stuff," but check it out even if this doesn't sound like your style. All the pieces are hand sewn in simple styles (like drawstring skirts). Some are made from colorful vegetable dyed fabrics. Some are made by "recycling" other garments, such as old jeans, and the traditional practice of patchwork is alive and well here. They will also do custom work at affordable prices.

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Earth Fashions

Casual clothing and accessories for men, women, and children made from 100% pre-consumer recycled fibers. "Clippings, cuttings and fiber by-products are bought throughout the US and Canada's cutting rooms and mills. These clippings and cuttings are then sorted to color, shredded, and spun into yarn. The yarn is then woven into fabric, washed and pre-shrunk, then cut into blankets, garments and accessories. By recycling these clippings & cuttings, we are preventing them from being used as non-biodegradable land fills."

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Decent Exposures

100% cotton and organic cotton undergarments, comfortable clothing, and more, designed by women for women. Fabrics are prewashed. Bra comes in over 150 sizes, 15 colors, and 3 fabrics with latex-free elastic. Read selections carefully as some items are made from synthetic or blend fabrics. Everything is made to order in their Seattle “non-sweat” shop.

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