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The Best and Worst Sustainable Fabrics: Your Go-to Guide for Guilt Free Fashion

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With the spotlight on fast fashion, every earth-savvy trendsetter wants to avoid the throwaway trends and cheaply made garments that are choking our world. The first place you can look? The label! From soft organic cotton to organic hemp and vegan leather - the fabric world has come a long way and now there's so much choice when it comes to a sustainable alternative. When you open up on sustainable options, you can enjoy looking and feeling gorgeous without the guilt.

So what are the benefits of choosing sustainable fabrics over conventional cotton or garments made from synthetic fiber? We have the lowdown right here.

  • Doing your bit - we all adore mother earth and by choosing sustainable fashion you are doing your bit to lessen your impact on chemicals and toxins getting into the ground and the water.
  • Longer lasting - synthetic fibers fall into disrepair quicker and as they have a lesser life span, they will need replacing sooner. When discarded they also give off harmful toxins as they degrade. Sustainable materials are made for longevity and to be biodegradable.
  • Personal benefit - there's no denying that most sustainable materials simply feel better against the skin. Breathable, beautiful, and with added softness, these materials tend to be moisture-wicking, cool, and a complete pleasure to wear.

The fashion industry is one of the biggest contributors to pollution in the world. Yikes. From creator to consumer, we all have to get on board and see where we can make the switch to lessen our environmental impact.

The Most Sustainable Fabrics

From a sustainability standpoint, fabric can be where we start t make that change. Fabric is the story of our clothes and where it all starts. The materials that make our favorite fabrics leave their impact - not just on our wardrobe but on the earth, air, and water.

Fabric production can lead to higher water consumption and toxins in our waterways, harmful pesticides being used in the earth which leads to poor quality soil and lesser food production. It also leads to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation, and even health problems in the public. There is no doubt about the negative impact.