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3 Vegan Clothing Companies And Brands You Need To Know About Today

by | January 1, 2019

Whether it be to show your cruelty-free lifestyle pride or to have the personal satisfaction of knowing that your clothing is ethically made by like-minded vegan clothing companies. After only wearing Peta2 merch for a few years, I decided to broaden my horizons and see what other brands with similar missions were on the market. After research and personal trial and error, here are three vegan clothing brands that you need in your life.

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Vegan Clothing Companies and Brands

Wholesome Culture

With adorable clothing showcasing what you believe in, Wholesome Culture stands by their motto of living mindfully and in consideration of others, and letting that guide how you live. That includes what you wear, what you eat, and how you treat the planet, animals, and each other.” With their iconic “being kind is cool” merchandise you can find clothing to support your favorite cause whether it be cleaning up the oceans or saving the bees. This brand is a maverick among majority of vegan clothing companies and is transparent on its manufacturing process. Their factories are WRAP (Worldwide Responsible Accredited Production) certified which means that they do a lot to make sure that their worker’s rights are and needs are met. And, their clothing is also ethically produced and sent using eco-friendly materials. As if you needed any other reason to shop here, fifteen percent of profits made are donated to animal shelters and centers.

Wawwa

Going completely vegan in 2017 from being a previous organic brand, Wawwa is a brand you should explore. They use exclusively recycled material with 40% being PET plastic and plant-based packaging in their minimalistic line. As a brand that aims to truly give back to the community, Wawwa also aspires to do great things on a community level. With their 1+1 line, for every item you buy, another will be donated to those in need and in the future, they will strive to hire homeless individuals as well as what they call “those overlooked everywhere else”.

Compassion Co

Looking for shirts screen-printed by hand that will declare your herbivore status to the world? Look no further. With Compassion Co, you can find bold shirts for yourself or in youth sizes that will be sure to get your message across to the world. What makes this company unique is their 5% donation from each sale that is donated to a different organization each month and this month, it’s Chilis on Wheels. For Compassion Co, “[They] believe that the best way to affect social change is to lead by setting a positive example and creating opportunities for conversations with others.” Don’t forget to order a sticker to go with your new shirt!

Know of more vegan clothing companies and brands? Let me know in the comments below.


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Gabriella Anaya

News Editor | Limoges, France | Gabriellaanaya@raisevegan.com

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