Look for items that are certified organic and / or fairtrade. Many high-street brands and online retailers have organic and fair trade collections.
Update your wardrobe without even leaving the house. Re-visit your wardrobe and bring back some old favourites that are magically back in fashion. Breathe new life into old clothes by customizing.
Re-use and re-cycle. Second-hand clothes are one way to help save the planet. Charity shops and vintage stores are a great place to pick up a one-of-a-kind bargain.
Think local. Support local trade and craftsmanship.
Buy to last. Buy clothing that is made to last and is a worthwhile investment.
Ask your retailer where their cotton comes from. Make a stand against buying from retailers until they can guarantee their products are made ethically.
With forced child and adult labour rife in Uzbekistan’s cotton fields, businesses must avoid using Uzbek cotton in their supply chains until the use of forced labour is ended.
Wear your heart on your chest and choose from one of over 20 designs by some of the best names in fashion. You'll be joining a whole host of celebrities who support EJF's work with these luxurious, designer, climate neutral, organic and fairly traded t-shirts.
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