The Best Cheap Sustainable Clothing in the UK

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This article showcases our top picks for the Cheap Sustainable Clothing in the UK. 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.

People Tree

This product was recommended by Greven Carl Manuel from FashMatch

People Tree is a British sustainable fashion brand specializes in stylish clothing and accessories that are made using natural, organic, and fair trade-certified materials. People Tree offers a range of classic pieces featuring bold prints, modern shapes, and timeless colors that can be worn for years to come. With free UK delivery on all orders over £50, customers can get great quality eco-friendly fashion at an affordable price.

Thought Clothing

This product was recommended by Greven Carl Manuel from FashMatch

Thought Clothing is another British fashion brand known for its contemporary designs created from natural and sustainable fabrics such as bamboo, hemp, and organic cotton – making them perfect for everyday wear and special occasions alike! Their collections feature a range of playful prints and muted tones, perfect for creating a timeless wardrobe that stands the test of time.

Finisterre

This product was recommended by Greven Carl Manuel from FashMatch

Established in 2007, Finisterre is an award-winning British outdoor clothing brand and pioneer of sustainable fashion. Their innovative products are designed with the use of sustainably sourced and recycled materials as well as renewable energy sources and waterless dyeing processes; making them both eco-friendly and stylish!

NOBODY’S CHILD

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

Nobody’s Child is the ultimate place to shop sustainable dresses in cool patterns and block colours. They use a range of sustainable fabrics from Lenzing Ecovero Viscose, recycled polyester and organic cotton. To make sure your clothes last they offer a repairs and alteration service.

NOCTU

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

Noctu is famous for its aesthetic and comfortable organic cotton sleepwear. The garments are all GOTS-certified and produced in the United Kingdom. Pricing is reasonable, ranging from £30 to £65 for the snug pyjamas. Apart from sleepwear, you can get organic cotton socks for around £15 and gorgeous soft lambs’ wool water bottles for £34 that would make great presents

NUDE ETHICS

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

Nude Ethics is a one-woman operation based in Cornwall, a UK clothing brand that is both ethical and affordable. Jessica, the owner, crafts screen-printed and embroidered T-shirts from organic cotton in partnership with Earth Positive. She uses water-based ink for the designs and wood pulp-based thread for the embroidery. Prices range from £16.99 for a t shirt on sale to £49.99 for a cool sweatshirt

LUCY & YAK

This product was recommended by Bonnie Fisher from Better World Apparel

The ethical and affordable brand is famous in the UK for its bold colours and patterns. The company also has a zero-waste line of organic grocery bags, DIY vegan-friendly food packaging kits, and cosmetic products made with oats and coconut milk. The price range is £25 to £70.

BirdSong

This product was recommended by Gretchen Boyd from NYC House Cleaners

Birdsong is contributing to women wellness in the UK with their sustainable clothing brand with principles like no sweatshops, no photoshops. Women groups present in London as well as the charity section come together for the cause of sustainable clothing. They have collaborated with several recycling charities wherein; they use organic cotton for their clothes. They also include secondhand clothes which would otherwise be discarded. The price range is £30 to £150. Another committed online shop is Know The Origin. Here the clothes are produced in factories that their team members have visited before. The price range here is £20 to £70.

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