When it comes to traveling, lounging, working, or basically anything in life, I try to get away with wearing comfy clothes as often as possible.
Especially lately, there’s been no discernable reason that I can come up with for why I should wear anything but comfy clothes.
My biggest issue with them is they can sometimes be frumpy, not look very stylish, and can come across as lazy, and I, for one, want to be both classy and comfy at the same time.
Is that too much to ask? I submit that it is not.
All of the clothing companies on this list are:
- Ethically made with ecologically minded processes
- Are from companies that give back in some way
- Are from non-conglomerates
Wanderbabe Clothing (full disclosure, this is my company) makes items using mostly solar energy, and all within North America and Europe.
My favorite picks:
– these Misty Mountains leggings that are not tight and restrictive, and comfy enough to lounge in for days (which I often do!)
– this Wander Woman slouchy soft shirt that puts “soft” on a whole new level. I live in it!
– this The Future Is Female tank top that makes a statement in style and comfort
The items all had to be super soft to pass the Kristin test, super cute to end up on our website, and super empowering!
I also really dig the comfies at Namastetics. They are made with environmentally responsible materials and in factories that treat their people right.
This has more of a dancer/yogi vibe, but I opted for things I could also use as couch-to-streetwear for my occasional public appearances at the grocery store.
When it comes to super duper comfy and also super duper warm, I like to opt for items made by Patagonia. Yes, they sure do cost more, but the quality is amazing, and it’s from a company that often uses recycled materials and donates millions of dollars to conservation efforts.
You can find more of my favorites, particularly for hiking, here.
Amour Vert plants a tree for every tee sold, and so far, the company has planted over 300,000 trees! If your style is more sophisticated and understated, you will love their collections.
The items are on the slightly pricier end, but they focus on key pieces that will last you seasons after seasons without going out of style.
Reformation focuses on “fitting on different bodies”, with an extended sizes collection going up to size 22, and a collection to fit women with a full C-DD cup. On the site, they explain in great detail the type of fabric is being used in their collection, and what’s not to like about a company who makes good AND cute things?
So. Frigging. Cute! Think ruffles and heart prints all over. Evewear makes sure that all of the fabric used are sustainable. The founder, Talia Eve, wants us girls to dress for ourselves and feel our most confident.
Though a bit pricier on this list, Wolven is the picture of athleisure and has adorable joggers.
Their clothes are made of recycled bottles, which is similar to Niyama Sol.
Having tried Niyama Sol’s leggings, I can’t recommend them here as they’re so see-through they show my tattoo, though they do have cute tops and joggers.
I hope you love these as much as I do.