The best brand swaps to make your wardrobe more sustainable

We cannot forget about sustainability. If you are ordering clothes, think about trying one of these tried and tested brands which uses only recycled products. [...]

We cannot forget about sustainability. If you are ordering clothes, think about trying one of these tried and tested brands which uses only recycled products. The planet will thank you for it.

1 – Charnos tights made from offcuts

Charnos Hosiery’s new ‘RE, CYCLED ’ collection features a sheer 15 and opaque 40 and 70 denier tights. Having tried these gorgeous tights ourselves, we can confirm that they are top quality as well as environmentally friendly. Each piece in the range is made from luxurious Italian yarns that are produced using the offcuts of current hosiery production. The recycled offcuts are then used to create an environmentally friendly yarn, which substantially reduces the effect of manufacturing with production. Cutting emissions by 80% and reducing water consumption by 90%. Find out more at www.charnoshosiery.com.

2 – Sundried activewear made from coffee grounds

With pioneering activewear collections made from 100% recycled plastic bottles and coffee grounds, Sundried is paving the way for sustainable fashion while also helping to combat the global plastic pollution crisis. The sweat-wicking, functional and stylish properties of this activewear cannot be denied – you would simply never know that these clothes are made from the plastic we toss in the recycling bin. Read our full feature on the brand here. For more information about Sundried, visit www.sundried.com.

3 – Rothys shoes made from plastic bottles

We love Rothys. Not only is everything they make 100% recycled but they are inspired by the women of today. Made famous by Meghan Markle, they have made shoes by repurposing over 37 million single-use plastic bottles and turning them into stylish pumps and ballet shoes. The washable insoles are made with bio-based castor oil and recycled materials too. To find out more visit www.rothys.com.
Cover photo credit: Sundried.

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