5 Organic Clothing Brands, who have made a difference

5 Organic Clothing Brands

After all the harm caused to the environment by the fashion industry- to look spectacular- there is a dire need now to invest in 100% organic clothing…We have got just the perfect solution for your wardrobe upgrade!!Have a look at these 5 Organic Clothing Brands

No Nasties

Well, no nasties does justice to its brand name focusing on a social cause helping out the striving farmers’ upgrade to an organic and fair trade policy. Also they do not over look  the environmental aspect. Farming measures used are completely natural. From avoiding the GMO’s, synthetic pesticides and fertilisers, including 100% organic dyes, fabric in the manufacturing process.

Being against price exploitation and child labour, No Nasties aims at happier lives, healthier communities and a nicer planet for all of us, the brand has got a startlingly clear vision. With a very wide product range, this brand is the perfect go for upgrading to organic fashion!


A brand brought forward by Uma Prajapati, Upasana – The Conscious Fashion Hub is based on ethical business, slow fashion, fashion revolution, fair trade, and community empowerment. They have targeted the issues like rising numbers of farmer suicides, fashion waste production and plastic pollution. The brand aims at producing timeless wardrobe classics. Theme’s like up cycle art wear, origami and calligraphy showcase the works of artisans in a very interesting way.


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In the current health crisis, there is a need for more high quality and affordable reusable masks. We believe that medically approved masks should be reserved for doctors and medical professionals, so we have decided to produce reusable and affordable healing masks as a part of our Therapeutic Clothing line. The team is devoted to keeping a steady stream of masks flowing into the local community and beyond. Using organic textiles dyed with medicinal herbs and fabrics with a unique silver weave is an invitation to experience a more holistic sense of well-being and natural equanimity. Link and contact information in bio. #healingmasks #reusablemask #healingtextiles #organiccotton #covıd19 #stayhomestaysafe #neem #ayurveda #sustainability #reusablemasks #upasana #upasanaauroville #auroville #integralhealth #integralyoga #maskshortage #therapeuticclothing

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40 Red Bangles

The forty red bangles is a socially conscious design house with its flagship store in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. The products designed by this brand are traditionally inspired and organic in nature justifying the name completely. All the in house designs are hand crafted using the best and the finest eco friendly material available. 40 red bangles follow the policy of outsourcing its creative work to the talented artisan groups to maintain the unique character of the final product, also providing the artisans a market for their talent as well as preserving the dying traditional crafts.


An expert in block printing and vegetable dyeing, Anokhi is one of the oldest organic clothing brand. Based in Jaipur, the signature style of the brand is to blend contemporary and traditional fashion silhouettes. Simple wooden hand blocks are used to create sublime patterns. Anokhi believes in maintaining a healthy relationship with local artisans and craftsmen who bring out the authenticity of traditional elements like patchwork, beadwork, appliqué and embroidery.


Dating back from 2009, Bhu:sattva has come up as a brand which does not use anti environmental production processes. Artificial dye’s, synthetic fibres are banned. The brand beautifully brings out the combinations of designs and silhouette’s. They focus on a fair trade policy treating farmers and artisans well. Fast fashion has not been adopted by Bhu:sattva they prefer timeless wardrobe classics.


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The Breezy Darlings of Summer Cool The tranquillity of the shades that spread on a colour palette like a rhyme now holds the goblet of truth, wrapped in the ruggedness of organic clothing and heir loomed embroidery craftsmen with the House of Bhusattva. The righteous Light of the White. Toned Mauve will always be Sauvé. The Mellow Yellow. Think, Baby Pinks. Softening the chaos of the frill and the freckle of unkempt jazz in the world of fashion artistry, the peace of the changing spell is finally being bought by the lighter hues in choice pretwear in hand-woven materials, soothing the eyes and soul of each trousseau. Email: or WhatsApp on +91-9825014363 for sales inquires. #bhusattva #ootd #whiteout #whiteaddict #powderblues #yellowshrug #greenlove #handcrafted #sustainablefashion #handwoven #artisanalclothing #sustainableluxury #embroideryinstaguild #indianpret #ifashion #igers #instagood #sustainablegoals #organicmovement #handloomsofindia #handweaved #loveforart #betterchoicesbetterlife #sustainableluxurybrand #celebstyles #slowfashionmovement #slowfashionstyle #sociallyconsciousbrands #ethicalclothing #organicfashio

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