Whether you are spending Valentine’s Day with that special someone or by yourself at its core it is a day to celebrate love. And, self love should be the order of the day. So go ahead and treat yourself with some sustainable lingerie. Here are a couple of our favorite sustainable lingerie brands that will have you loving yourself while still supporting sustainable brands.
Sustainable Lingerie Brands We Love
White Rabbit is a family-owned manufacturer with its roots in France and now based in Mexico City. The company employs women offering fair wages, paid time off and social security. They go beyond social impact and also focus on environmentally friendly practices including using rayon (made from bamboo). Working with eco-friendly knitters and ensuring they meet safety and environmental standards are part of the companies core. Not only are their pieces incredibly stylish and practical they are oh so soft!
Each Anekdot piece is lovingly crafted in Berlin using production waste to create unique one of the kind pieces. With so much textile waste in the fashion industry Anekdot is on a mission to create pieces which reduce this environmental burden. This means you will be getting a one of a kind, limited production pieces that no one else will have in their lingerie chest.
When it comes to sustainable lingerie, Azura Bay founder Ashley McIntosh, knows exactly what women are looking for. “Everyone wants to feel beautiful, attractive and confident in their clothes, and fashion is supposed to be fun.” Instead of creating something new, Azura Bay is a website to discover several sustainable lingerie brands from Iris London which focuses on handmade pieces in England, to Underprotection which uses cutting edge textiles including milk fibre. You’ll have your pick of style and ethics with Azura Bay.
Only Hearts has been at the center of the sustainable lingerie industry for quite sometime. Run by a mother-daughter team they have committed to keeping their production in NYC and opened up to include a line of garments touting Pima Cotton and non-toxic dyes. This is a great brand if you’re looking for something luxurious and eco friendly.
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