Ethical Lingerie: Feel Good About Looking Good

Valentine’s Day is around the corner which means we’re all thinking about what to get our significant others. Rather than running to Victoria’s Secret this year, we’ve done a lot of research on a more sustainable approach to heating things up. Below are our favorite brands that’ll make you feel sexy without the guilt of fast-fashion.

Le Buns

This Melbourne-based intimates and swim brand embraces comfort and minimalism throughout all of their designs. Their pieces are made with organic cotton and recycled materials and take measures to conserve water and energy throughout the manufacturing process.

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Naja is an intimates brand that aims to empower women. Their factories employ mostly single mothers and female heads of household (and pay them above market wages and give health benefits), implement flexible work policies and gives every child of a Naja garment worker books, school supplies, uniforms and school meals.

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Pact is a Colorado-based clothing company that uses fair-trade organic cotton in all of their pieces. Their intimates are simple, cozy and unbelievably soft.

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Anekdot is a German brand that creates beautiful, handcrafted intimates from upcycled materials. All of their pieces are from production leftovers, end-of-lines, off-cuts, and vintage trimmings.

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This Australian brand creates beautiful, handmade intimates with bold colors and beautiful designs. They use remnant fabrics and sustainable materials and create small batches to eliminate waste.

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This American brand makes all of their products in New York. They use low-impact dye and organic cotton that is grown in the US and they recycle and repurpose all textile waste.

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Luva Huva is a UK brand that creates beautiful and ethical lingerie. They use upcycled and eco-friendly materials like bamboo and hemp, and all orders are made from scratch (they keep little inventory in stock).

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