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Pamut Apparel

Simple yet styish clothing for women made from organic cotton, organic linen, or raw silk. “We use only natural fibers, sustainably sourced, in all of our clothing. We source only the softest natural fibers available. Our organic certified cottons and linens and sustainably sourced raw silks are beautiful, long-lasting, and pesticide free.”

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Seam Siren

An extraordinary line of women’s clothing with a viewpoint and understanding far beyond any other website I’ve seen. Clothes designed for healing are made from “100% chemical-free” wild Himalayan nettle, flax, and hemp, colored with plant-based dyes. There is so much information available on the site about the fibers, dyes, skin detox, health and other related topics I could spend all day reading this. This is the purest clothing I’ve seen. “Seam Siren is fiercely committed to purity in every layer of the company from our plant-based care labels to chemical-free fibers. We have made a commitment to create relationships with the communities that both harvest the fiber from the wild, and those that are growing our fibers organically. We are proud to stand confidently behind terms like, “organic”, “sustainable”, “plant-based”, “wildcrafted” and “chemical-free”, knowing in our hearts that we are operating from a place of transparency and integrity….These botanical fibers and dyes act as a medicinal delivery system from the material to your skin. One of the oldest examples comes from the Indian tradition of Ayurveda. Now referred to as “Ayurvastra”, or “healing cloth”, this practice involves combining natural fibers and medicinal plants to dye clothing, bedding, and anything else that would come in contact with the body to promote healing. Two clinical studies proving the efficacy of this practice were conducted in India: One by the Kerala Ministry of Health and the other one by the Pharmacology department of the Government Ayurveda College…When we are unable to harvest our own colors due to volume, we source our dyes from a company that has created fully GOTS certified organic plant-based dyes, which are the most earth-friendly on the market with full traceability from the plants to the final colors.” This website gave me a whole new level of possibility about what clothing can be.

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Cloth Foundry

Textiles and apparel (for women) in collaboration with nature. Natural Fibers. Natural Finishes. Natural Dyes. Our extraordinary textiles are obtained from prized and certified sustainable natural fibers. We manufacture in California with clean ingredients utilizing strict biological and ethical principles…We make textiles to be worn by people. Our fabric is designed to be in direct contact with our bodies. Produced with clean green ingredients such as cotton, a carbohydrate, real botanicals like indigo dye and minerals, for example calcium carbonate, the main component of pearls and eggshells; it is our belief that textiles and apparel should be made with the same consideration as food — naturally, and with nothing we can’t consume. What’s on our bodies should be just as good as what we put in them….Every product is designed to be cared for, repaired, and passed on–not landfilled. It is our hope that after a long life of use, it can be composted worry free.” Just go to their website and read everything. Especially their blog. A whole different viewpoint on textiles.

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Sustain By Kat

Casual clothing for women and kids, in timeless basic styles designed to be worn season after season. “Sustain makes healthy clothing from organic, natural fibers that are good for your body and good for the world. Unlike traditional manufacturing processes, we avoid using synthetic dyes and toxic chemicals that could absorb into your skin and cause health issues. Our selection of plant-dyed clothing made with certified organic materials and ayurvedic processes promote well-being…All our clothing is 100% natural, from the organic fibers, to the natural dyes, all the way down to the organic thread sewing it together. We sweat the details to make the cleanest clothing around, so that our clothing is safe for both you and our world.”

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Maiwa Clothing

Clothing for men and women, hand made in India using traditional methods. “Our garments feature a range of artisan techniques. Depending on the garment these may include, handwoven cloth, block printing, ikat dyeing, natural dyes, and many forms of surface design. We make naturally dyed clothing and accessories designed to be worn everyday. We want to make it easy to find clothing that you love that isn’t made using toxic dyes and chemicals or plastic fibers…Whenever possible, we search for the highest quality all-natural and organic dyes and fibers, including grown-in-Texas organic cotton, biodegradable coconut husk beads, and organic indigo. Our mission is to show that it’s possible to make clothing that’s good for people and good for the environment, and still make it something you want to wear every day.”

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Soluna Collective

Handmade clothing for women. “Our promise is to use as many natural materials as possible while also identifying other eco-friendly alternatives. Some of the materials we use include organic cotton, wool, cruelty free silk, linen, corozo, cupro and Tencel. We also promise to be accountable for our materials and will take back any garment in order to keep it out of the landfill!. We only use low-impact and natural (plant-based) dyes. We are devoted to keeping color a part of our world but in an environmentally responsible way. All of our dyes eliminate harmful chemicals from the process, while some of our dyes contain only naturally occurring ingredients. Lastly, many of our dyes are Oeko-Tex and/or GOTS certified.

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Megan-Ilene

Beautiful clothing for women. ‘Hand dyed, made-to-order artisanal clothing and accessories for the discerning customer…sustainable, biodegradable, handmade….All items are made by hand in our Greensboro, North Carolina studio using organic natural fibers and cloth. All dyes used are either natural or low impact synthetic with a focus on low immersion techniques to prevent water waste. All textile off-fall is reconfigured, reused or revitalized creating a closed loop, zero waste system.Megan Ilene studio strives to create beautiful, well-designed, and long-lasting garments incorporating old and new practices to create fresh pieces.By creating items that can be worn a myriad of ways and utilizing materials that are ultimately safe for Earth’s reclamation we hope to change the thought process one utilizes with purchasing goods. Who made your clothes? What are they made of? It is our hope that by producing and consuming mindfully, we can focus on craftsmanship, reduce waste, and create truly impeccable clothing for the discerning customer.”

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Gaia Conceptions

“Handmade Eco Chic Apparel for the Global Nomad” … every piece we offer is custom to you and handmade in North Carolina. Our goals at Gaia Conceptions are to ensure our clothing materials and production methods are rooted in sustainability and our garment designs are beautiful, comfortable, and highly versatile. The first step was to only use certified organic fabrics that are produced either locally (North Carolina, USA) or through fair trade practices abroad. We also made sure our dyes are as eco-friendly as possible often passing on certain colors because they didn’t meet our standards. A mixture of natural dyes and low impact fiber reactive dye color options is currently the most eco-friendly option. We are always experimenting with new techniques and researching new possibilities.” For women (including plus sizes) and children.

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XSilk

Made-to-order silk clothing for women, with a Japanese sensibility. This artisanal design & craft studio focuses on hand dyed and hand painted textiles. “We produce garments and accessories using time-tested traditional processes with a modern sensibility. Each piece is crafted individually, and often is a one-of-a-kind piece…We dye in a eco conscious way by using safest method of dyeing available to us. We operate on “made-to-order” mode of production so to keep our waste to minimal. Our materials are locally sourced. Our dye workshop is open to those who wants to learn about natural dyeing including indigo dyeing, botanical dyeing and several different traditional Japanese textile coloring processes.” NOTE: No mention is made of the silk being organic.

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Maelu

Flowing clothing for women with gorgeous tradition design—apparel, kaftans, kimono, and oversize scarves. I just want to order everything, it’s all so beautiful and easy to wear. “Maelu is an ethical women’s apparel line handmade in India using traditional artisan techniques such as block printing, hand weaving and screen printing. We focus on sustainable textiles made with natural fibers and vegetable dyes. “Wooden blocks are hand carved out of teak wood and then applied with natural dyes before being stamped on cotton or silk. Our natural dyes are made with a variety of materials including jaggery, pomegranate skins, alum and indigo bush. Each color and design in the pattern requires a different block, resulting in an incredibly intricate process. After being stamped the printed fabric is laid out in the village field to dry in the sun and set the color. The fabric is then steamed, washed and ironed to permanently fix the colors.”

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Organic Attire

I found this small business at my local Gravenstein Apple Fair. I saw a black shirt with autumn leaves falling whimsically down the front and then was delighted it was made from organic cotton. It’s one of my favorite shirts of all time. This artist-owned and operated business provides their customers “with beautiful and unique clothing made in a sustainable manner. Comfort is also a prerequisite.” Beautiful and comfortable, Yes. This clothing is just that. Much information about their printing methods and materials. Dedicated organic, natural and nontoxic. Clothing for women only.

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Dharma Trading Company

This is one of my local California stores that has been around a long time—1969! They are basically a fiber art supply store, so there are a lot of things you may not be interested in, but I’m listing them here because fiber arts are about putting art on fabric and clothing, and they carry a good selection of natural fiber fabrics, clothing and other dyeables that can be used “undyed.” They have many types of cotton fabrics, including some organic and even 100% cotton for making sweat clothes, hemp and hemp blends, linen and linen blends, and many silk fabrics. Also extra wide natural fiber fabrics undyed for curtains or bedlinens. Clothing for babies, kids, women and men include such things as undyed cotton tank dress for only $16 and cotton sweat pants and sweat shirts for under $20. Clothing is not organic, but no dye and all sewn with cotton thread. Plus bags, wallets, totes. Yarns, lace, ribbons. Almost anything and everything. And they sell all kinds of dyes and markers (not all nontoxic) to make your own creations.

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Hempy’s

Premium, made in the USA, hemp clothing and accessories for men and women: t-shirts, jeans, board shorts, men’s vests, belts, hats of all kinds and beanies. “Our skin is the largest organ in our bodies and what we choose to put against it all day long matters. We believe that the natural fibers are far better than petroleum based synthetic fibers for us to live and play in all day.

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Linen Woman | Flax

Linen clothing for women, sizes petite to plus. I found the FLAX brand of linen clothing in a local shop and fell in love with it, but they didn’t have my size. So I went online and found this site that is the #1 online shop for FLAX clothing. Lots of loose-fitting and tailored styles and colors. Simple. Classic. All are made with linen, some are combined with other natural fiber fabrics. And the prices online are much less.

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Woman Within

Basic cotton clothing for plus size women, including soft cotton tees in all sleeve lengths and many colors, cotton denim pants and skirts, cotton corduroy pants and skirts. Many colors in basic designs. Clothing comes with a slight odor from sizing that washes out. Garments are cut loose and comfortable. Though this clothing is not organic, it is affordable and reliable. But choose carefully because natural fiber items are mixed in with many synthetics. Search the website for “cotton” to easily find cotton clothing.

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Marketplace: Handwork of India

Really beautiful, colorful clothing made of cotton and other natural fibers in India. All women’s sizes, including plus sizes. “MarketPlace: Handwork of India is a pioneering nonprofit that empowers women in India to break the cycle of poverty, as they become leaders in their work, their homes, and their neighborhoods, and effect lasting change in their communities. In MarketPlace’s comprehensive and creative organization, economic development is only the first step for these brave and resourceful women. We work with over 400 artisans who are organized into 11 independent co-operatives that produce high-quality women’s apparel and home decor. They learn skills such as sewing and embroidery, and participate in all aspects of running the cooperatives. In addition, programs offer educational and enrichment opportunities designed to help the artisans overcome personal, cultural and financial obstacles. ”

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On the Plus Side

An entire site dedicated to plus sizes for women 1x-8x. “For over 30 years, On The Plus Side has been perfecting the fit and style of our plus size clothing for women. Over 90% of our clothing is made from natural fiber and designed to celebrate your curves.” You’ll need to check fabric content carefully, but I wanted to include this for the plus sizes, which can be difficult to find in natural fibers. While you have to sift through the blends, this Long Sleeve Oversize Shirt in the photo, for example, is 100% cotton and comes in 30 colors sizes 1x-8x. And it’s hand-dyed with eco-friendly dyes. So consider this site to be a treasure hunt.

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Hackwith Design House

“Simple, beautiful clothing made in America.” All women’s sizes (choose HDH Plus from the Shop menu for plus sizes). Descriptions do not tell fabrics, but here’s why: “We source most of our fabrics from a local, family-owned fabric store that specializes in run-off and second-hand fabrics in order to cut down on waste while also supporting our local economy. As a result, we cannot always know the exact fiber content of the fabrics we buy. We strive to provide our customers with quality fabrics that are sourced in a responsible and environmentally-friendly manner. I can tell you however that any of our pieces listed on our website as being made of Cotton Slub, Cotton Gauze, Cotton Denim, or Hemp Silk and Organic Cotton are 100% natural fibers.” If you’re curious about any one particular piece, feel free to contact them and ask about fiber content.

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South Street Linen

Simple, colorful, creative clothing for women, designed by three women friends (all artists) who are committed to the re-emerging textile community in Maine. “We design clothes and objects we would like for ourselves and have discovered a whole world of women that love them the way we do.” Be sure to read this page about linen and watch “this beautiful video” to learn about the steps required to turn flax into linen. All linen. All season. All made in Maine.

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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