Now Go Green with Your Fashion Too!

by Societal Store on May 18, 2020
Now Go Green with Your Fashion Too!

The fashion world is all about new trends and designer clothing. We can get so caught up in the latest trends and what is mainstream that we forget, or may even be ignorant to the horrendous methods in which these products are made, and how they directly contribute to animal cruelty. Animal materials are vastly used inside the industry, but the process behind this use and its implications are rarely discussed. 

But slowly and steadily, ethics, sustainability, animal well-being are now gaining presence in our society, which is slowly inlfuencing the fashion industry to move towards eco-friendly clothing. 

Looking at the changes in the environment these days, most governments are now also starting to actively promote and create awareness about using eco-friendly lifestyle methods. Who thought, going green would also mean wearing eco-friendly clothing!

There are also garment manufacturing companies who are making huge efforts to create eco-friendly fashion products. So, if you want to be a part of this green movement, you should look for an eco-friendly fashion brand for your clothing as well.  

Eco-Friendly Fashion Trends You Could Follow

Going green is not limited to only housing these days. You can find eco-friendly fashionable clothing everywhere. Eco-friendly manufacturing practices reduce harm to the environment.

Here are some fashion trends you can follow that have a low impact on the environment: -

  • Fabrics– Eco-friendly fashion is gaining huge traction these days. Two of the most used fabrics are bamboo cotton or hemp cotton. Bamboo cotton is a natural textile made from the pulp of bamboo grass. It is extremely soft on the skin. Clothes made from bamboo cotton might be on the pricier side, but it is more sustainable than any other textile. Similarly, hemp is the most beneficial agricultural crop to grow on earth. It can be used for various purposes like food, shelter, medicine, and even clothing. Clothes made out of hemp are equally soft and warm and are reasonably priced as compared to bamboo cotton. You can find style, comfort, and care for the environment at the same time when you are wearing these clothes.
  • Style– Being eco-friendly does not mean that you need to compromise on style or trends. You can look equally fashionable and trendy with eco-friendly clothing. Personalized printing on clothes has a huge following in the fashion world. What is a better way to show the world your thoughts and imagination than a printed garment with your design? Custom printed apparel is a common trend followed, but to make it eco-friendly, companies like Societal are using green methods for printing garments.
  • Shoes– Leather is a common requirement for people when it comes to buying shoes. But leather is not an environmentally friendly material. There are companies that are manufacturing vegan shoes that are made from materials like wood grain and rubber. The style and comfort provided are similar to that of leather and have a lower impact on the environment.
  • Accessories– Companies following eco-friendly methods to manufacture clothes are taking a step further and designing bags that are reusable. They are big enough to carry all kinds of materials and they come in all kinds of shapes and sizes. 

So, find an eco-friendly fashion brand that understands your needs and keep your eye on upcoming trends because the eco-friendly clothing movement is just getting started!

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