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Written by Rebecca Beaton
This year, the activewear and conscious clothing boom has reunited in a big way. But just like a staple white T-shirt or blouse, there are tonnes of options to navigate through, from the questionably affordable to eye-watering labels.
With more people splurging on their workout clothes, more and more brands both big and small have made the move to becoming eco-conscious. By using recycled materials and ethical production standards, customers are now able to shop and be informed of how they can control their impact on the environment keeping it to a minimum.
Naturally, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to round up some of the most ethical and eco-friendly activewear brands to get your sweat on this Summer!
Australian brand Nude Lucy launched their activewear range earlier this year. Designing timeless pieces from recycled fabrics while catering for body inclusivity by releasing sizes from XS to XL.
Nimble has saved over 1 million plastic bottles from landfills to date. The brand is known for its signature fabric ‘MoveLite’ crafted from post-consumer plastic bottles. The pieces are designed to move, stretch and support you while putting the planet first making you want to live your happiest, healthiest life.
One of Australia’s most popular luxury lifestyle brands, Nagnata has been challenging industry standards in inclusivity, diversity, community and of course sustainability.
Pinky and Kamal
Hand-made and hand-dyed in Bali, this Australian brand makes natural and sustainable activewear pieces that prides itself on their eco-friendly footprint.
Boody makes all their activewear from organically grown bamboo, making them masters at sustainability and reducing their carbon footprint.
Allowing themselves to stand out through prints and designs, Vyayama pieces are crafted in Europe from sustainably farmed eucalyptus. This unique botanically based fabric is blended to be smooth, slimming and supportive.
Sōlo the staple
Sōlo The Staple take a considered approach to designing activewear by producing a single seasonless collection that’s released slowly throughout the year.
The certified B Corp Kiwi shoe brand extends its eco-conscious ethos into activewear that’s made with a mixture of sustainable materials like eucalyptus tree fibre and merino wool.
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