Finding ethical clothing brands in general can be a struggle. But I feel like searching for ethical brands catered to men or unisex styled fits can be extra tricky! Here is a list of some brands that carry ethical men’s clothing to start your conscious closet!
Dazey LA: Style For the Retro Guy
Dazey LA celebrates slow fashion with their bold feminist inspired tees which empower through retro style. And yes, they do have an awesome men’s line of tees! Men can be feminists too ya know! Dazey LA apparel is ethically made in Los Angeles and designs are drawn and photographed by the founder. Use the code HONEST10 for 10% off your order.
United by Blue: Sustainable Apparel That Cleans Waterways
United By Blue is on a mission to show our oceans & waterways some love by removing trash all over the country. For each product sold, United By Blue removes one pound of trash from oceans and waterways through organized community clean-ups. So far, United By Blue has removed 1,087,119 pounds of trash from oceans and waterways!
Give a Damn Goods Apparel: Bold Statements & Self Love
Give a Damn Goods focuses on fun, ethically made products while staying in an affordable price range. Give a Damn Goods partners with eco-friendly, conscious printing studios to print our designs on high quality, ethically made products. The new OWN IT apparel collection encourages consumers to embrace the messiness of life.
PACT: Organic & Fair Trade
PACT Apparel specializes in affordable basics ranging from sweatshirts, sweatpants, tanks, shorts, underwear, & more. PACT Apparel is made with organic cotton and created in Fair Trade Certified factories.
Passion Lilie: Unique Prints for Men
Passion Lilie’s bold style empowers consumers wearing their apparel and the artisans who craft these beautiful goods. Passion Lilie provides sustainable employment opportunities to artisans in India through the crafting of eco-friendly clothing and accessories.
Known Supply: Humanizing Apparel & Keeping It Budget Friendly
KNOWN SUPPLY is humanizing the apparel industry through collaborative partnerships which encourage, educate, and empower businesses to take part in social impact. KNOWN SUPPLY is using technology to bridge the gap between consumers and their products. When a customer places an order, KNOWN SUPPLY follows up with an e-mail letting the consumer know more about the person that made their apparel. This gives shoppers a quick way to easily become educated on the making of their product.
Patagonia: Apparel for Explorers
Patagonia focuses on environmental and social responsibility. Patagonia works to reduce their own carbon foot print and make sure their garments are produced under safe, fair, legal and humane working conditions throughout the supply chain. Patagonia has a range of apparel including women's apparel, men's apparel, & children's clothing.
Thought: Eclectic & Sustainable Style
Thought uses sustainable materials and ethical practices to create eclectic style. With their fun patterns, garments are crafted using sustainable materials such as organic cotton, hemp, bamboo, & more. The unique style will spruce up any man’s style.
Groceries Apparel: Made in America Men’s Style
Groceries Apparel adds a bold twist to casual style by using eco-friendly materials. These garments keep consumers comfortable and confident, knowing their apparel is responsibly made.
Everlane: Minimalistic Men’s Style
Everlane partners with ethical factories around the world to ensure their clothes are crafted to last. Through their ethical practices and emphasis on quality materials Everlane fights for radical transparency in the apparel industry. Everlane also uses responsible materials such as recycled water bottles to craft their garments.
Krochet Kids: Empowering Employment
Krochet Kids works with vulnerable women who live in impoverished women around the world through their partnership with Capable. Capable is a holistic program providing education and financial mentorship to employees. Employees are provided with fair wages and safe working environments.
PrAna: Responsible Materials Matter
Prana focuses on fair trade, sustainability, and giving back. Prana uses materials such as recycled wool, 100% organic cotton, and recycled polyester. Prana partners with local and international charities to give back.
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