As eco friendly and ethical women's sustainable underweardesigners ourselves we're keen to support other boutique women's eco friendly and ethical underwear designers from the UK and elsewhere so we've started this list to showcase the best eco friendly undies a girl can have!
Azura Bay is a curated collection of cute, comfy and conscious lingerie, swim, and loungewear brands.
Boody was born in 2011 along the beautiful eastern beaches of Sydney, Australia.
Conceptualized by two best friends who combined their passions for fashion and health to create an eco clothing brand with comfort, style and health at its core.
Brook There make undies, unpadded and wireless bras, tanks, tees, shorts, and leggings using organic cotton and real silk and are proudly produced in the USA using low-impact ways of working whenever they can.
Cuup make Bras that look and feel great in every size, from A to G. Made from quality, breathable fabrics that support without compromising comfort or aesthetic
Lara Intimates are revolutionary underwear brand, bringing lingerie craftsmanship back to Britain with reclaimed fabrics, and eco-friendly practices. Go UK!
Mighty Good Undies uses GOTS-certified organic cotton and Fair Trade and women's sizes cover a whole tranche of body types making ethical and organic sustainable underwear more accessible to greater numbers of women
Organic Basic are a women's ethical underwear and sustainable fashion brand produced using premium cotton and are responsibly manufactured in Europe with GOTS-certified organic cotton.
Pact Apparel is an american sustainable label produces underwear made with GOTS-certified organic cotton and manufactured with Fair-Trade certified conditions.
For women, there are a range of styles and colours to suit all preferences.
People Tree are without doubt a pioneer of ethical fashion, becoming the first ever sustainable fashion brand to receive official Fair Trade People Tree continues to be the recipient of many awards for its modern designs and use of eco-friendly fabrics including organic cotton and bamboo.
TomboyX was founded the way many brands are, trying to fill a need that had gone unfilled for far too long. We asked ourselves, “How hard can it be to make good underwear?”
WAMA make hemp underwear for women from 53% GOTS-certified organic hemp, 44% organic cotton and 3% spandex for superior comfort.
WAMA is an official PETA-Vegan approved brand too.
Naja is a lingerie brand that uses eco-friendly materials in their designs and employs many single mothers who work from home.
For an even more complete overview of eco friendly undies, check out our new ethical and sustainable underwear guide 2019 featuring the leading eco friendly undies brands from around the world now available on out blog
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