Fair trade, organic and natural clothing

Looking for fair trade clothing that is different and stylish, yet kind on the environment? Instead of mass produced, department store clothing, you'll find unique, exciting and natural ranges of fair trade clothing in this section. Ethically produced under fair trade conditions without using child labour and sweat shops.

Did you know?
Many High Street clothing companies have recently been exposed - the people that sew their garments receive next-to-nothing pay and work in appalling sweatshops. The glossy fronts of our high streets hide this production process, but behind the scenes reports have revealed the shocking truth [read more]

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Accessory Fair 

 

 
 

 





Accessory Fair is an online Fair Trade retailer offering a wide variety of stylish, high quality and great value Bags, Jewellery and Accessories.

All of their goods are sourced from BAFTS registered importers and wholesalers, and so you can be sure that the highest ethical standards are maintained in the production of the Bags, Hats, Scarves, Sarongs, Gloves, Bracelets and Necklaces that are available.
www.accessoryfair.co.uk


 

Turtle Doves















 
Turtle Doves make recycled, ethical clothing out of pre-loved jumpers. They make once-loved garments into ethical clothing. They have been operating as a recycled clothing store since November 2009, recycling cashmere fabrics & other knits they buy into gorgeous Eco-friendly, fashionable items of clothing, which are useful and beautiful too! 
www.turtle-doves.co.uk







Global Seesaw





 









Global Seesaw offer an exciting range of clothing, accessories, gifts and homeware alongside a wide range of custom printed bags and t-shirts all to create opportunities and freedom for women who have been exploited by human trafficking and prostitution. All profits are re-invested in the business to enable greater work with more fair trade partners, providing greater freedom for more women worldwide. www.globalseesaw.co.uk

 


 
BohoHemp eco fashion




















BohoHemp is an online eco fashion business which has been created out of their passion for environmental conservation and awareness, fashion and entrepreneurship. Their mission is to bring funky, stylish organic and fairtrade hemp clothing into the UK. All their clothing is made from hemp, organic cotton, bamboo or soy. The range includes hoodies, tees, skirts, dresses,tunics, trousers, leggings. Whether the customer is looking for something special for laid back casualwear, yoga or lounging around at home, they can be sure to find something that will be unique and fashionable but most importantly comes from sustainable fibres. www.bohohemp.co.uk

 




 


Eternal Creation Fair Trade Fashion





 





Eternal Creation's range of babies', childrens' and womens' wear is lovingly crafted and ethically produced in the foothills of the Indian Himalayas. Conceived in 1999 by Australian designer Frances Carrington, Eternal Creation is a family business committed to improving the working conditions and prospects for Tibetans in exile and local Indians. www.eternalcreation.com
 



 




















 
The Dryline will pay for itself in reduced energy bills in 6 to 8 months. People are unaware that the washing cycle uses 1/3 of domestic energy.

An umbrella without a cover is useless, so why treat your laundry that way? The Dryline will not dry your laundry as quickly as a tumble dryer, BUT there will be no pollution, cost, energy or wear and tear on your clothes! It's pleasant to hang it naturally in the open air -  gives a fresher feel and smell. Visit www.rotaire.com






lupolondon eco clothing














 
lupolondon is an online eco conscious business supplying timeless, classic relaxed clothing made from hemp or hemp/tencel mix only. Free from exploited labour, their clothing is made in small quantities by small family businesses in LA, USA. Super soft and form fitting, their clothing is as suited to relaxed evenings as a heavy yoga session as a coast to coast cycle ride. Their clothing is designed to look good and last for years to come, so not only are you investing in yourself, you are helping preserve the planet's resources. www.lupolondon.co.uk 





seasalt












 

Seasalt are committed to improving and maintaining their environmental performance. They produce a great range of fair trade, organic clothing to suit all the family. www.seasaltcornwall.co.uk






 

Chandni Chowk

 

 

 












Vibrant, original fabrics and designs. Chandni Chowk specialises in designing textiles, which are then hand made in India and Bangladesh by wonderfully skilled crafts people to a very high quality. An exciting marriage of Eastern textile skills with a Western appeal. Their aim is to create a beautiful product whilst trying to minimise their impact on the environment and allow for human fulfilment at work. www.chandnichowk.co.uk/

 
 

 

Revolution 

 

 






Revolution – Fair Trade that doesn’t cost the earth. A wide range of fair trade clothing and babywear. They also stock Remarkable recycled stationery and Ecover cleaning products. www.revolutiontrade.co.uk/

 



eco everyday






















 
Positive promotions with professional impact. Eco Everyday was founded as a social enterprise on the ethos that products do not need to harm the environment, By working in harmony in nature, we can still create the quality required from our consumers, and still contribute to reducing the negative impact on the environment. Ethical and environmental concerns form the heart and soul of their operations. As more and more commercial organisations and individuals become conscious of environmental issues and their social responsibility, Eco Everyday provides the perfect place for ethical minded corporations and individuals to contribute to the cause while not having to do any extra work. All you have to do is explore their range of products, find what you like, and they will do the rest.


 

Ethical, organic, fair trade clothing











Spirals of Abundance Ethical suppliers of natural fibres including hemp, nettle and organic, handwoven, vegetable dyed fair trade cotton clothes. They also stock many wonderful fair trade gifts, incense, beeswax balms, singing bowls, handmade paper, felt and much more - handmade with care in Nepal.





Reviews and feedback

“I’ve just received my order from Seasalt - was a bit worried I’d left it too late with all the snow issues but it’s arrived and it’s perfect! Thank you so much - great service as always.” Kate 
5star



Seasalt Clothing. "I received my first order from you only today and have to say that I love my terrazzo tunic (cord is baby soft!) and two tern skirts!!! I'm very impressed with your super service and quality." Lisa

5star


   


























































































 

 

 

 













































 

 

 

   
 

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