Ethical Fashion Menswear

On checking my Google analytics stats for the blog the other day, I was quite surprised to find that more than half of the visitors to my blog are men. Strange but true, according to Google.I kind of assumed that men weren’t too bothered about ethical clothes, but pleased to see they are. As I haven’t posted about ethical fashion menswear for quite some time, I thought it would be good to give a little update on ethical fashion for men this spring.
levi hemp
This fun shirt by Braintree Clothing is made from sustainable organic cotton (45%) and hemp (55%). Braintree are committed to both people and planet with a comprehensive code of conduct, a commitment to invest in helping their factories to grow with them and investment in sustainable fabrics, thoughtful design and considerate manufacture.

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People Tree T Shirt

People Tree have a lovely menswear collection for SS15 including this organic cotton palm tree t shirt. Mr S particularly loves the fit of People Tree t shirts. I love the fact that buying them helps to make a positive difference to the lives of those involved in their manufacture.

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Rapanui T Shirt
Rapanui is a cool brand and award winning eco fashion company making fab organic cotton clothes using renewable energy on the Isle of Wight.

Toms mens shoes

For spring TOMS have some fab men’s sneakers in fresh colours including these striking woven black and white ones. For every pair of TOMS shoes bought, TOMS will give a pair of shoes to someone in need.

Timberland Polo Shirt
Timberland make some very stylish clothes and also have a strong commmitment to creating clothes ethically and sustainably. This polo shirt is a classic piece that will never go out of fashion.

Do you have any favourite ethical fashion menswear brands that you would like to share?

With warmest wishes

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2 thoughts on “Ethical Fashion Menswear

  1. Great post. I am also a little surprised by the number of male readers you get but surprised and happy! I’m always trying to get my partner to do a ethical fashion ‘what I wore post’ on my blog but he always refuses.
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  2. Yay for men who want to dress ethically. Well as an organic & Fairtrade menswear brand we would say that!
    But seriously, we know from many of our customers that they are actively seeking out decent, quality ethical stylish clothing so it’s great to hear that you’re also getting more men searching.