6 Sustainable Fashion Brands

Fast fashion is one of the worst things for the environment. We quickly consumer clothes at a rapid pace and the style in trend continues to change. Not only are we constantly looking for new clothes, but we are also constantly throwing away old or torn clothing items and searching for new ones. So many try to stay away from fast fashion and shame others who use it but let us be very honest here, it isn’t that easy for everyone to stay away from fast fashion. Thrift stores provide more affordable options for people who cannot afford to buy brand new and even at that point thrift stores don’t provide much of a range when it comes to sizes. Expecting people to fit into the small array that a thrift store offers is asking a lot. But no worries here we have compiled a list of sustainable clothing brands to help you navigate your way through fashion.

Reformation

 

Racks of clothes inside of a store front.

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Reformation offers a wide array of fun clothes.

Levi’s

The Levi's sign outside of a store.

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The jeans might seem expensive but we promise they last a long time.

Patagonia

Patagonia sign outside the store.

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Find yourself some cold weather clothes.

Athleta

The front of the Athleta store.

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Great workout gear for all kinds of movement and weather.

Vera Bradley

A bunch of tote's and bags inside a vera bradley store.

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Adorable bags, lunch boxes and travel gear.

Madewell

The inside of a Madewell store with clothes.

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Another store that covers a wide array of fun fashion.

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