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A Beginner's Guide to Ethical Shopping

Ethical shopping, as we've already said, can seem nearly impossible. But though difficult, it can be done with the right tools and information. While you may not be able to check every single box when trying overhaul your buying practices, even doing a little bit better — by avoiding brands that violate your own code of ethics, or by supporting companies that put in the work to make things better for the people in every part of their supply chain — can make a big difference.By Racked Staff  Aug 22, 2017, 11:05am EDT

By Racked Staff  Aug 22, 2017, 11:05am EDT

35 Fair Trade & Ethical Clothing Brands Betting Against Fast Fashion

If you're making the shift to a completely ethical wardrobe check out our guides to responsibly-made shoes and fair trade jewelry. If you're making the shift to a completely ethical wardrobe check out our guides to responsibly-made shoes and fair trade jewelry.

By The good Trade staff
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20 Ethical & Organic Clothing Brands for Kids

We love these clothing makers for making not just ethical clothing, organic clothing and sustainable** clothing for kids but for making it COOL (oh, and actively working on being transparent in their production chains).

(If you are looking for ethical men’s clothing, we’ve got that covered too, as well as a great guide on 21 ethical fashion brands for women).

With you and these businesses on board as our partners we can start creating a great community of people who can change the clothing system and empower all those women involved it in along the way.

           By Muka Kids


16 Fair Trade & Eco-Friendly Denim Brands You Should Know Exist

We live our lives in denim. A good pair blends fashion and function to capture a chapter of our lives in a way that not much else can. That's why when we went on a search for ethical denim brands, we looked for brands that are bringing ethics and quality together to revolt against the trends of fast fashion and irresponsible production.

These denim brands are pushing the limits of eco-friendly manufacturing, they're asking tough questions about their supply chains and building products that last. If you’re on the search for your new favorite denim brand, you might also want to check out The Best Denim Brands Made In The USA...

                 By The Good Grade Staff

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13 Ethical & Organic Lingerie Brands For The Modern Woman

For a woman, there may be nothing as personal as what we’re wearing underneath. Our lingerie starts our day with us and should be comfortable, make us feel confident and effortlessly sexy, and ideally it should reflect our values for ethics and sustainability.

There are a growing number of ethical and sustainable clothing brands that respect both people and the planet, but ethical swimwear and ethical lingerie lines - especially ones that make us look and feel amazing - are fewer and farther between. If you’re ready to update the everyday essentials to brands that are ethical, sustainable and conscious check out our favorite conscious lingerie lines below.

     By The Good Grade Staff


I met my now-husband right when I was about to launch this blog. He’s a hottie (love that Venezuelan accent) but his closet needed a little bit of tweaking. (Ask him! He’ll tell you he now gets thirsty looks from women on the subway on the way to work.)

Luckily I’ve been able to direct him to an ever-expanding array of sustainable and ethical men’s fashion brands. Here’s an updated list – as of 2016 – of the hottest eco-friendly men’s fashion brands and stores available. Meow!

Ps. There are links in this post that are affiliated, meaning I get paid a small portion of the sale price if you click through and buy, and I have advertising relationships with others. As always, EcoCult only works with brands we think are doing good things. Support EcoCult’s editorial by buying sustainable! 

    by ALDEN WICKER on NOV 29, 2016 • 5:22 pm









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