7 Stylish and Sustainable Clothing Brands You Can Feel Good About Wearing

Great style shouldn’t come at the cost of sacrificing your ethical and sustainable values. The global clothing and footwear industries account for about 8 percent of the world´s greenhouse gas emissions, according to a 2018 study from Quantis, a group that studies sustainability. Of course, you don’t want to contribute to that number by buying a closet filled with short-lived, eco-depleting, fast fashion. On the other hand, that stained T-shirt and crusty flip-flops from summers past aren’t doing you any favors.


Three Sustainable Clothing Companies That Are (Figuratively) Killing It

Thankfully, updating your closet and maintaining your consciousness is as easy as supporting companies that do good. These seven sustainable brands with out-of-the-box social, environmental, and ethical responsibility initiatives can elevate your style.

OluKai

Summer footwear can seem like an afterthought if you’re used to wearing a pair of forgettable flip-flops. But when you slide on a pair of OluKai slip-ons or sandals, not only will your feet get the support they need on the boat or beach, but your purchase will actually contribute toward the brand’s impressive social-responsibility mission. The California-based casual footwear brand inspired by Hawaii is a Certified B Corporation, which means it balances profitability with purpose and meets the highest standards of social and environmental performance and transparency. It even has its own Ama OluKai Foundation. Their foundation funds nine organizations with aims of restoring traditional Hawaiian culture and encouraging new growth with nonprofits for everything from at-risk youth, local arts organizations, traditional Polynesian sailing, and the Hawaiian Lifeguard Association. This classic ʻOhana sandal pictured has custom artwork laser-etched on the footbed by Hawaiʻi artist Matthew Tapia.

[‘Ohana Pow! Wow! sandal, $ 75; olukai.com]

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Patagonia

The OG of sustainability and responsibility isn’t one to rest on its proverbial laurels. When it’s not suing the government to protect national parks, the Certified B Corp—which donated its $ 10 million tax refund to environmental groups this year—is consistently challenging the norm, protecting the environment, and creating innovative products. Their new Hot Weather Naturals Hemp Blends collection is the latest example. The Fair Trade Certified pieces are made with organic cotton, Tencel, and hemp (commercial hemp growing has been federally prohibited for almost 50 years in the U.S.). The result? A light, breathable, durable collection of shirts and shorts. The Trail Harbor Polo will keep you feeling dry and looking cool.

[$ 69, Trail Harbor Polo; patagonia.com]

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Outerknown

Plastic bottles and single-use packaging aren’t the only things hurting the environment. Tiny fibers from synthetic fabrics, like polyester swim trunks, enter our waterways each time they’re washed or worn in water—eventually to be consumed by sea life and later ingested by you. Outerknown, founded by pro surfer Kelly Slater (already known for making clothing from recycled fishing nets), has a new line of Australian merino wool trunks called Woolaroo that leave no trace. Before you imagine a thick, soggy sweater soaking up water, know that they’re woven with special technology to make them quick-drying, water-wicking, odor-resistant, and fully biodegradable. Bonus: They’re as easy on the eyes as they are on the environment.

[$ 125, Woolaroo Trunks; outerknown.com]

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SOLO Eyewear

You’ll feel better sliding on these stylish sunnies that not only protect your eyes but also help restore vision to those in need: SOLO Eyewear donates 10 percent of its profits. The San Diego-based brand has helped more than 15,000 people in 32 countries see better by funding eye exams, eyeglasses, and cataract surgeries. The sunglasses are also eco-friendly, made from repurposed bamboo and recycled plastic, which has saved hundreds of pounds of new plastic from being produced each year. Even the sunglass cases and cords are thoughtful: They’re made by a group of female artisans in Panajachel, Guatemala. If that’s not enough, the startup also repurposes packing materials and defective sunglasses for parts.

[$ 89, Guyana; soloeyewear.com]

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United By Blue

More than one million plastic drinking bottles are purchased every minute, according to the United Nations Environment Programme. And every year around the world, 5 trillion single-use plastic bags are used. In addition to using organic and recycled fabrics, United By Blue takes their commitment to the environment further by organizing cleanups aimed at plastic pollution. Last year, it hosted 45 trash removal events in 21 states, removing more than 500,000 pounds of trash. But that’s just the tip of the pile. The Philadelphia-based company cleans up a pound of trash for every product sold—and currently it’s at 1,756,888 pounds. They don’t sacrifice style for substance, and these chambray shorts made from organic cotton and a blend of new and recycled hemp are proof.

[$ 62, Selby Short; unitedbyblue.com]

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JCRT

Clothes headed to a landfill aren’t the only kind of waste that comes from fabric production. Aside from scraps of fabric left behind on the factory floor, the process requires significant amounts of energy and water. Not so with JCRT, makers of hand-crafted, limited-edition plaid shirts. The brand partners with Resonance’s Factory, which handles everything in its Dominican Republic space, rather than the usual method of sending pieces across the globe for completion. In addition to cutting back on environmentally unfriendly transportation, the factory’s advanced and very precise printing technology uses about two-thirds less material per garment, limiting damaging dye and water usage. Order online and your piece, like this cotton twill shirt, will be made on demand and shipped directly to you.

[$ 95, The Wrinkle In Time Short Sleeve Shirt; jc-rt.com]

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Tact & Stone

The amount of water it takes to create a single cotton T-shirt is pretty shocking—around 650–700 gallons. If you’re a number-driven kind of guy, you’ll appreciate Tact & Stone, an LA-based brand that launched in February 2019. They aim for all-around sustainability, with a modern collection that’s not only stylish but transparent (they share the names of the ethical factories they work with); low-impact (they use organic, recycled, and upcycled materials); and forward-thinking (they engineer garments for a second and third life). A Tact & Stone upcycled pocket T-shirt saves 538 gallons of water, and their French terry hoodie saves a whopping 1,197 gallons. And similar to the circular economy concept used by Taylor Stitch, Patagonia, REI, and The North Face, once you’re done with a Tact & Stone piece, send it back for upcycling and you’ll get a discount on your next purchase.

[$ 95, Palm French Terry Hoodie; tactandstone.com]

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Could we love Taylor Stitch any more? It’s always been one of our favorite menswear brands. But today, Taylor Stitch  doubled down on its responsible sustainability platform with the groundbreaking announcement of Restitch, a bold buyback program to give your clothes a second life and keep them out of landfills.

“Restitch is our response to the clothing industry’s overproduction issue,” says Mike Maher, CEO and co-founder of Taylor Stitch. “85 percent of all apparel ends up in landfills …. Through Restitch, there is no end of life—only end of use.”

Restitch is quick and seamless. Just download a shipping label at taylorstitch.com or visit a Taylor Stitch retail store to drop off your old Taylor Stitch clothes. You earn Common Club credit for every donation, from $ 15-$ 25, which you can then put towards the purchase of new Taylor Stitch gear. Your old TS gear is then reconstructed into fresh, one-of-a-kind garments that are resold at a fraction of the price as part of TS’s Vintage Collection.

How Does Restitch Work?

To kick off the program, Taylor Stitch tapped its devoted community, and received nearly 1,500 garments across outerwear, denim, shirting, knits, footwear, and accessories. From that first batch, the team has selected 42 pieces for its first ever Vintage Collection. Each item is a one-of-a-kind garment. From jeans to Henleys to Chore Coats to chinos, the Vintage Collection is awesome—and it’s already selling out. But never fear. Thanks to Restitch, it’s only a matter of time before the vintage Collection is restocked with more diamonds in the rough.

Since its launch in 2008, Taylor Stitch has been committed to making the world’s best clothing in a way that is kind to the people who make it, the places they make it in, and the planet. The company deploys a hybrid selling model, the Workshop, to bet big on proven winners and mitigate making things that ultimately end up as landfill. Restitch is a continued expression of this in that the program ensures the promise of clothing built to last for the long haul, while also dramatically reducing the company’s carbon, waste, and water footprint.

To shop the Vintage Collection and learn more about the Restitch buyback program, visit Taylor Stitch today. And remember to join the mailing list to take 20 percent off your first purchase.

Check out some of our favorite Taylor Stitch gear below.

The Jack in Blue Everyday Oxford

While traditional cotton uses 25 percent of the world’s pesticides, the organic cotton Taylor Stitch uses doesn’t use a drop. Soft to the touch but built for a decade of solid wear, Oxford is a perfectly versatile fabric that looks just as good pressed as it does pulled off the back of a chair. 

GET IT: Pick up The Jack in Blue Everyday Oxford ($ 98) at Taylor Stitch 

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The Short Sleeve California in White Spacedye

Natural buttons and a subtle speckled effect accent this crisp California, and its 4oz organic cotton is rounded out with the tiniest bit of stretch. It’s light, breathable, and pillow-soft—everything you’d want out of a summer shirt.

GET IT: Pick up the Short Sleeve California in White Spacedye ($ 98) at Taylor Stitch

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The Camp Short in British Khaki Ripstop

The Camp Short will distinguish itself anywhere and everywhere thanks to its burly construction and tailored cut (size up if you prefer a roomier fit). Ripstop is a unique weave that is resistant to tearing. But these are made with 100 percent cotton, giving them a softness and breathability suited to everyday wear.

GET IT: Pick up the The Camp Short in British Khaki Ripstop ($ 88) at Taylor Stitch

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The California in Charcoal Herringbone

Soft, yet structured. Organic cotton, hemp, and yak have been woven into a classic herringbone pattern to give this shirt its distinctive texture. 73 percent organic cotton, 21 percent hemp, and 7 percent yak (!), it’s got a tailored fit and high armhole. And it’s the perfect length to tuck or untuck.

GET IT: Pick up the California in Charcoal Herringbone ($ 128) at Taylor Stitch

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Slim Chino in Organic Olive

The most comfortable and hardest wearing chino out there—now with just a hint of added stretch. The custom-milled twill is soft, sturdy, made of 98 percent organic cotton and 2 percent spandex. And it’s tailored throughout the leg with plenty of room to get your hands in your pockets. 

GET IT: Pick up the Slim Chino in Organic Olive ($ 98) at Taylor Stitch

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The Long Haul Jacket in Wool Beach Cloth

It’s not easy to strike a balance between form and function, but the Long Haul Jacket hits the mark squarely. It’s stunning. The textural finish of this fabric is both resilient and versatile. Made of 14-oz. 50 percent wool, 40 percent cotton, and 10 percent nylon, it was custom developed for Taylor Stitch.

The perfect Father’s Day gift? Maybe, just maybe.

GET IT: Pick up the Long Haul Jacket in Wool Beach Cloth ($ 248) at Taylor Stitch

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Democratic Jean in Organic Selvedge

This custom 13-oz 100 percent organic cotton was developed in collaboration with ISKO (industry leaders in responsible denim manufacturing), and offers all of the benefits of traditional denim—including its tensile strength and its unique look and texture—but with a dramatically diminished impact on the environment. 

With a tailored yet roomy fit, it has a medium rise to keep the back waistband against your skin and some extra space. Button fly.

GET IT: Pick up the Democratic Jean in Organic Selvedge ($ 148) at Taylor Stitch

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The Best Clothing Subscription Services For Every Kind of Guy

“Let me spend the weekend shopping to refresh my wardrobe,” said not many guys, ever. More likely than not, you may find yourself getting dressed for an important meeting or a friend’s party and suddenly realize your look is more outdated than a flip phone. Sure, you could search store to store for the essential pieces that will flatter your body and reintroduce your look to the modern day—but let’s face it, most of us don’t have the time. That’s where online styling and subscription services come in. Here, we compare some popular services to narrow down what works best for your situation.

 

Style Girlfriend

If you’ve seen paparazzi shots of stars leaving Whole Foods looking like they’re in a Mr Porter catalog, you know what a professional stylist can do for you. But who can afford that? Megan Collins, the highly personable and knowledgeable founder behind The Style Girlfriend, has just introduced a service that works like a personal stylist—without the high cost. Just fill out a questionnaire about your style and needs, then schedule a one-on-one Skype chat with a personal shopper assigned to peek into your closet and go over your budget, your body type, your style icons, and more. From there, you’ll be emailed a curated shopping list with items sourced from all over the web and chosen especially for you (at multiple price points, based on your feedback). Your personal shopper will curate outfit ideas and offer advice and styling tips for how to wear your new pieces together with the stuff you already own.

TIMING: Only as requested.

PRICING: There are two flat-fee options (neither include the clothes). A Wardrobe Refresh is $ 79 and will find you four to six pieces. It’s ideal for a specific occasion, like a party or interview. The Wardrobe Reboot is $ 199 and is meant for a more dramatic overhaul: It includes 12-15 pieces. Prices include one round of revisions.

SHIPPING: Prices depend on where you order your clothes from.

PROS: Since your personal shopper is hunting all over the internet, the variety of brands is endless and the clothing options they present can be discounted or on clearance. There’s no commission, so there’s no pressure to buy stuff if you don’t like it. The styling advice is also priceless.

CONS: You’re in charge of pulling the trigger and buying the clothes (which can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your personality). The styling fee does not include the clothing.

IDEAL FOR: Guys who need style advice and someone to do the legwork of editing the endless options out there.


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Stitch Fix

This hot and constantly innovating San-Francisco based service launched its men’s department in 2016 and offers a range of clothing, from performance gear to dress shirts. Complete an online profile and and Stitch Fix’s human stylists and AI algorithms will analyze your feedback to curate a box of five items and send them to your home.  The company just recently expanded men’s offerings to include 100 brands and 800 potential size combinations, which is excellent news for guys who aren’t a standard size medium with a 32 inch inseam. New sizing options range up to 3XL in tops and pants run from 28 x 28 up to 48 x 36. Other recent offerings include shoes, accessories (everything from hats to ties), and Extras, a curated collection of basics that we all need but hate to shop for: underwear, undershirts, and socks. Also, the company just launched Stitch Fix for kids, so you can take the pain out of shopping for your offspring as well.

TIMING: Get a Fix on demand, bi-weekly, monthly, or sign up for installments every two or three months. You have three days to keep or return your items.

SHIPPING + RETURNS: Free.

PRICING: Clothing starts at $ 28 and goes up to $ 450 for tailored pieces, but the range you receive depends on your feedback. A $ 20 styling fee is applied towards your purchase and you’ll get a 25 percent discount if you keep everything in your box.

PROS: If you have trouble finding clothes that fit, this is your service. Stitch Fix offers an incredible number of options in every category for guys of every size. The in-house brands manufactured exclusively for Stitch Fix are on-trend and affordable, and the company is also constantly improving and adjusting based on client feedback.

CONS: It can take a few shipments for a stylist and the AI to figure out your style, and the lack of a preview option means less control over your Fix. Clothes don’t go on sale. The three day window can feel like a tight deadline, though they will work with you if you need more time.

IDEAL FOR: Any guy who has problems finding clothes that fit well. Stitch Fix’s size and style range is exceptional and its budget options are also vast.

Trunk Club

The OG of subscription boxes, Trunk Club launched in 2009 and offers two ways to help you shop. You can do it in person at a Clubhouse (there are locations in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Washington DC, Los Angeles, and New York) or go online. The former involves an in-store fitting with a stylist who matches you with size, style, and spending preferences. In this scenario you can try everything on and leave with clothing that day. If you aren’t in one of those six cities or can’t make it to a Clubhouse, you can chat with a stylist on the phone or via instant messenger and complete an online profile with your sizes, style, and budget. Then your stylist will curate a selection of six to ten pieces and send an itemized preview email. Accept or reject the selections and a Trunk will be shipped out to you within about a week. They also offer men’s custom clothing services at their Clubhouses, where you can get measured and choose the fabrics and styles of the pieces you want.

TIMING: You’ll have 48 hours to approve or change your Trunk preview. Returns must be made five days after you receive your items. Set up monthly or seasonal Trunk deliveries, or work with your stylist to come up with another delivery schedule.

PRICING: A $ 25 styling fee is charged even if you don’t keep anything in your delivery. If you decide to keep at least one item, that $ 25 will be credited toward whatever you keep.

SHIPPING + RETURNS: Free

PROS: The delivery includes name brands, and the preview helps improve the chances you’ll get something you like.

CONS: Inseam options are limited to size 34, but Trunk Club will hem pants or jeans at Clubhouses and Nordstrom locations for free. Six to ten pieces might be a lot for some guys.

IDEAL FOR: Guys who want premium brands and don’t mind paying for them, and those who like the flexibility of getting fitted and choosing items in-store.

Frank + Oak Style Plan

This Canadian do-good brand marries style with sustainability. The company is mindful of the materials used in clothing, and it offers ethically sourced products made with recycled polyester and organic fibers, as well as water-efficient denim. The brand seeks out local manufacturers like Petites-Mains, which supports underprivileged women, and they also contribute a portion of sales to the human rights organization Equitas. For customers, the styling process is as straightforward as the company’s classic styles: Fill out a profile and each month Frank + Oak stylists will choose up to three on-trend pieces, which include everything from machine-washable merino wool sweaters and oxford shirts to clean-cut suits and sturdy leather boots. You have 72 hours to approve their choices and add or delete items when you preview your box.

TIMING: You have seven days to keep or return items sent. For now, it’s only offered on a monthly basis, but members can choose to skip a month. Frank + Oak is considering more frequency options in the future.

PRICING: Items cost between $ 29 and $ 149. The stylists’ fee is $ 25, which can be applied to items you choose to keep.

SHIPPING + RETURNS: Free

PROS: The prices for this conscious clothing are really accessible and the limited number of pieces sent in each box won’t be overwhelming.

CONS: The process doesn’t seem to involve the stylist as much as other services, but the ability to preview and edit your delivery helps eliminate misses.

IDEAL FOR: Environmentally and ethically woke fellas who don’t need a major wardrobe overhaul—just a few clean and classic pieces each month.

Bombfell

If you go with Bombfell, be prepared to talk about yourself. Founded in 2011, this New York-based service asks for a ton of details in its initial questionnaire, such as body type and complementary colors, as well as brands you like and dislike, plus what style questions and issues you’d like to focus on. It’s a highly customizable service where clients can request anywhere between one to five items per shipment instead of a mandatory number of picks. Using a combination of AI and human stylist input, Bombfell focuses on mostly casual items (everything from jeans and tees to blazers and bags) and sends preview emails before orders ship so you’ll know what to expect. The brand recently partnered with JCPenney and targeted the Big & Tall men’s market, so they have more fits for bigger guys. They also offer free half-hour consultations with a stylist in person at their New York City headquarters.

TIMING: Choose to have shipments arrive every month, two months, three months, or on demand. Returns should be made within seven days of receiving your order.

PRICING: The average price for pieces is $ 89, and there’s a $ 20 styling fee with each order. The more you keep, the bigger the discounts: Hanging on to four or more items in a single shipment means 20 percent off of your entire purchase. If you keep 3 items, you’ll get 15 percent off. If you keep 2 items, you’ll get 10 percent off.

SHIPPING + RETURNS: Free

PROS: Bombfell includes plenty of affordable brands you know and a few lesser known ones as well. With the new partnership with JC Penney, bigger guys will have more options.

CONS: Sizes are somewhat limited for shorter and smaller men.

IDEAL FOR: Guys who want maximum flexibility to choose just a few items rather being tied to a set number of pieces in each delivery.

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The clothing industry in general has, over the years, tended to kinda suck when it comes to its environmental footprint and other societal issues. Obviously working conditions are a biggie, particularly overseas. Thankfully that perception is starting to change in some respects, as brands try to catch up (and cash in) on the whole sustainability thing. 

There have always been

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