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We choose our underwear based on style, fit and comfort, but don’t we also want what we wear closest to our skin to be sustainably made and free from toxic chemicals? We do! That’s why we’ve listed 8 conscious and organic brands that combine ethics with aesthetics.

Organic Basics

Organic Basics is a Danish label that believes in setting higher standards when it comes to sustainable production, wanting to make “fashion sustainable and sustainability fashionable”. All their products are made from high-quality organic materials, which are 100% eco-certified and meet the highest standards.

HARA

HARA (meaning green in Hindi) makes soft and beautiful underwear using sustainable and ethical practices. Their aim is to use the label as a platform to bring change, awareness and education to the issues within the fashion industry. All intimates are produces on Bali, Indonesia, using certified organic bamboo fabrics and natural, plant-based dyes.

Baserange

Baserange is based between Denmark and France and offers clean, easy and accessible underwear with a modern yet natural feel. They focus on working with high-quality, organic fabrics in innovative ways that benefit both people and the environment.

KENT

The KENT underwear collection is made using certified organic silk, organic and low impact dyes, and a fair and transparent supply chain. They focus a lot on materials and craftsmanship, and are committed to creating meaningful opportunities for women around the world through their Female Future Project.

WORON

WORON is a vegan brand that makes simple yet beautiful underwear from plant-based fabrics such as cotton and modal. They follow their moral compass by making fashionable, high-quality products using a clean, transparent and simple process. They’ve limited the collection to its essence in order to maintain a conscious production throughout the whole value chain.

Pansy

Pansy is an organic cotton underwear company committed to ethical practices. Their organic cotton is grown and milled domestically, and the products are designed and sewn locally in San Leandro, California. All their products are biodegradable and can therefore completely compostable.

Swedish Stockings

Swedish Stockings is a Make it last favorite and offers sustainable nylon pantyhose produced from recycled, pre and post-consumer waste. They work with sustainably engaged factories that use environmentally friendly dyes, post-dying water treatment and solar power. Swedish Stockings also have their own recycling program!

The Nude Label

The Nude Label is an ethical underwear brand that focuses on creating comfortable and well-fitted undies that feels like a second skin. The collection is in part made from organic cotton and locally produced in a family factory in Valencia, Spain, where the brand is also based.


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