Sustainable fashion is always "in"
Summer officially ended on February 28th and we are slowly preparing ourselves for the cooler season. But before the sunny, warm days are gone make sure to grab yourself a pair of these super cool boardies from The Rocks Push.
The Rocks Push make gorgeous boardies which are made from a material called Econyl (plastic offcuts and salvaged fishing nets). By wearing those stylish board shorts to the beach or your favorite bar you will be a total "Hingucker" as they say in German. At the same time, you are helping to remove ocean waste like fishing nets which are a huge threat to our marine life. Every kilogram of ghost nets floating in the ocean that are being salvaged and recycled makes about six pairs of Rocks Push men's board shorts.
Bonus: They come with a waterproof wallet that keeps your valuables dry while you're going for a dip...
Rapanui Clothing in the UK made it their purpose to redesign the clothing industry by making it more sustainable. They believe in circular economy which means you can send them your old products for store credit when you're done. Their main supplier of organic cotton has its own wind farm and Rapanui's UK factory is powered entirely by renewables.
Rapanui's clothing is made from GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) cotton and the prints are super stylish. You can even customize your products now, how cool is that?! Or start your own brand with the great quality t-shirts of Rapanui Clothing at Teemill.com.
Etiko, wear no evil, is a B-certified and Fairtrade Australian clothing company. Their ambition is to do as much good as possible by providing sustainable fashion.
So if you are after some eco fashion for Easter check out their great range of vegan clothes: Shoes, undies, t-shirts, hoodies, backpacks and bags. They have even got some kids shirts and shoes now and you can customize your shirts too, as seen at the Sustainable Living Festival.
With fashion from Etiko, you are supporting a company who uses ethical and sustainable materials which then has a huge social impact, changing the world one product at a time.