The Best Cheap Sustainable Clothing in Australia

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This article showcases our top picks for Cheap Sustainable Clothing in Australia. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Spell

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM-Medical

Spell uses the finest sustainable fibers available to make some of the most upscale modern boho chic clothing. Their multipurpose and feminine designs are influenced by exotic locales, antique finds, and childhood memories where nostalgia, beauty, and freedom blend and complement the female spirit perfectly.

Merry People

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM-Medical

The company makes vegan, cozy, and functional gumboots that update the traditional waterproof boot with contemporary style. All of their boots are made with 100% natural rubber and feature cutting-edge technology to support and keep your feet warm.

Ceres Life

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM-Medical

Ceres Life has everything you need for your everyday essentials outfits in a variety of delicate patterns and natural colors, including basic t-shirts, long-sleeve tops, cozy cardigans, oversized shirts, and floaty dresses.

Boody

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

Boody is an Australian ethical clothing brand that uses bamboo viscose to produce most of its lovely, affordable, and sustainable underwear. The brand has the WRAP certification, which ensures ethical work conditions. Also: all bamboo used in production comes from FSC-certified sustainably managed forests.

Outland Denim

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

We don’t waste any opportunity to talk about brands that have sustainable denim! Outland Denim is an Australian denim company that offers ethical and sustainable premium denim jeans from organic cotton. The brand uses innovative techniques to create affordable, environmentally friendly jeans for women and men.

Braintree

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

Braintree is an environmental clothing brand that uses natural fabrics, such as organic cotton and hemp in its production. Braintree markets hemp clothing as a superior fashion alternative focusing on environmental advantages, quality, and comfort.

Glassons

This product was recommended by Gill Jones from Life is a Picnic

This beloved Australian brand is known for its multitude of staple styles that are both practical, and fashion-forward. At an affordable price bracket, the company has vowed to bring ethical and sustainable fashion to the forefront. Glassons will have eliminated 90 per cent of single use plastics within the business.

P.E. Nation

This product was recommended by Melissa Terry from VEM Tooling

P.E. Nation is a Sydney, Australia-based active-streetwear label. Its goal is to positively influence your lifestyle by encouraging you to become physically active, confident, self-reliant, and open to new experiences. The brand designs high-end sportswear and activewear that can keep up with the hectic pace of modern city living. Full-court jackets, track record tanks, arena sports bras, hooded blazers, and seamless shorts are some of the key pieces in the brand’s newest collection, which is based on athleisure aesthetics. P.E. Nation aims to provide customers with cutting-edge, comfortable, and stylish clothing that is also well-made.

Etiko

This product was recommended by Melissa Terry from VEM Tooling

Founded in 2005 in Australia, Etiko is a socially conscious clothing line that produces Fair Trade-certified and vegan clothing, shoes, and accessories for women, men, and children. Organic cotton and natural rubber create trendy sneakers, thongs, sweatpants, leggings, hoodies, and shirts. Etiko is also a B Corp-approved business. It selects raw materials that are obtained and traded ethically. It compensates people dedicated to positively impacting the workplace and their communities with a living wage and social premiums.

Aster & Oak

This product was recommended by Irene Graham from Spylix

Aster & Oak is a West Australian company that makes a one-of-a-kind line of baby and children’s clothing that is incredibly comfortable and breathable because certified organic cotton is used. As a result, it can produce ethically made apparel that is completely free of harmful substances and is suitable for people with allergies. It creates the most delightfully fanciful illustrations, colored with natural colors, to maintain the integrity of the original illustrations.

Kowtow

This product was recommended by Irene Graham from Spylix

Kowtow is a sustainable, affordable, natural, and timeless womenswear brand that uses non-toxic, largely organic, renewable, and biodegradable materials. The apparel line aims to effect positive change via fashion by designing each fabric in-house, from the yarn up, with a different weave, weight, stitch, color, and design. Sweaters, jumpers, nightwear, swimwear, jeans, tees, and dresses are some of Kowtow’s modern wardrobe’s many economical and organic staples.

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