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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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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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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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Breathe Sleepwear

Surround yourself with linen while you sleep with linen sleepwear for women and men made by a small clothing design studio in the USA. “Artfully designed, impeccably crafted linen sleepwear….not mass produced, but made one at a time for each customer…carefully created from the initial design, pattern making, through the meticulous construction process, using only exceptional quality linens and other natural materials…not meant to be seasonal or trendy & my customers understand that they are making an investment. My hope is that these garments will become a staple in your wardrobe for years to come. I believe you will love your Breathe Clothing.”

 

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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