Sustainable homewear brand: dressing at home while respecting the planet

Sustainable homewear brand: dressing at home while respecting the planet

We can also make sustainable choices for home clothing: here is a series of environmentally friendly homewear brands

Even when we are at home we can choose to dress with clothes that are friends of the planet and of those who live there. Here are some tips for dressing sustainably at home and a series of ethical and sustainable brands to choose from for your homewear.

Sustainable homewear: let’s love each other even if we have to stay in overalls

Let’s start with a small premise: my job, in addition to being a fashion editor, is that of an image consultant. Basically, I make women feel more beautiful by looking in the mirror and this also includes what they wear. Here, this also applies when we are at home. Thanks to the lockdown and forced stay at home, in the last year and a half it has perhaps become more a habit to dress more carefully, even if we remain in overalls all day. As I see it, being confined between living room and kitchen is no excuse to give in to sloppiness. Being tidy at home is a way to feel tidy, to feel better about ourselves. That said, let’s get to us.

Sustainable homewear brand: dressing at home while respecting the planet

Sustainable homewear: how to dress at home while respecting the planet

The simplest way to respect the planet in terms of clothing is to not buy any. You know: the most sustainable garment is the one you can’t buy. This means that, at the time of the change of season, if you have garments that you may have used in the office and which have become slightly worn, which have been peeled and are therefore no longer suitable for the office, you can use them for your homewear. The basic pullover, for example, or the knit dress that has now lived its life, can become super comfortable home clothing, but also sufficiently chic.

Brahd of sustainable homewear: here are some for you

CasaGIN

Very Italian brand of underwear and homewear in beech viscose, sportswear in innovative regenerated or recycled materials and swimwear in Econyl. CasaGIN viscose is Austrian, produced by the historic company Lenzig and then colored and processed in Italy.

Sustainable homewear brand: dressing at home while respecting the planet

CasaGIN

Cora Happy Wear

Simple and colorful clothing brand for adults and children (even babies). Sweatshirts, t-shirts, sweaters, leggings made in an ethical and sustainable way.

Lizè Natural Clothing

Online store of clothing and accessories, including tracksuits, sweatshirts, t-shirts in fibers such as hemp or wool and silk, ideal for winter, or 100% silk. All selected by transparent suppliers both on the materials used and on the processing.

Sustainable homewear brand: dressing at home while respecting the planet

Powdered Organic

French brand of clothing for women and girls in organic materials and with a very natural and simple taste. T-shirts, long-sleeved shirts, sweatshirts, cardigans, trousers… all very easy chic.

Two Thirds Barcelona

Spanish brand very strong in t-shirts and which has expanded the product range to sweatshirts, tracksuits, leggings, soft trousers and even jeans, all produced in an ethical and sustainable way.

The Optimistic Apple

Italian brand that offers a selection of t-shirts and sweatshirts in exclusively PETA approved materials, therefore strictly vegan and organic.

Sustainable homewear brand: dressing at home while respecting the planet

The Optimistic Apple

Colourful Standard

Brand of clothing for women and men, which offers very simple cut garments, strictly in solid colors. Lately it has expanded its proposal, in addition to garments such as tracksuits, sweatshirts and t-shirts, also to accessories such as socks and glasses.

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