Whether you actually move in them or just wear them to sit around stewing your own meat, I care not, but for today I’m talking about “exercise/more likely lounge wear”. This can be difficult to source ethically because of the nature of fast fashion & how “cheaply” they can be made but it’s probably the thing we wear the most, well I do.
My hoody here which I love is from @riykalondon made in London.
Other brands I love are @wearpact who really care for their workers, I wear loads of their under wear & stuff.
@girlfriend – ethical US brand which does plus sizes
@satva_india whose leggings I have similarly @luvahuva Do great leggings & are Brighton based.
And @peopletreeuk Have stuff I’ve worn to death & you can also find lots of stuff on the @ethicalsuperstore
The prices are not bad if compare to big sportswear brands & you support local businesses but the main thing is whatever you already have wear it so much until it makes everyone around you worry you’ve only one outfit. 💃🏻 #whomademyclothes #30wearschallenge @fash_rev
Posted on January 14th, 2020. Filed Under: Aisling Recommends, Green Blog, Green Clothing
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