I currently live in Organic Basiscs’ beautiful, ethical and very comfy pieces (and my husband’s oversized shirts!)! Think green underwear and work out gear, designed to last (for both men and women). This means a brand investing seriously in quality fabrics and workmanship, but there are a few words which describe them completely accurate: natural, renewable, recycled, biodegradable and or low-impact textiles.
Read more on their website here[tps_title][/tps_title], browse their e~shop and you’ll see they’re exactly whar they claim to be: serious about the world we all live in.
The fashion industry is a dirty bastard. So we put sustainable thinking at the center of everything – that means we only choose fabrics that care for our environment and we only ever partner with factories that care about their impact, too. When we say sustainability is our core mission we don’t mean that sustainability is nice to have – we mean that it’s the only way we act.
How did I come across Organic Basics?
It all happened last year when my other half Justin @alldadstalk who worked with them on a little Instagram project, hence ever since I’ve become hooked.
There’s quite a variety of products they sell on their e-shop, from a green version of a toothbrush, a green tote bag, to a green tee or underwear. I like to believe that becoming more eco conscious would set a better example for our little ones, too, who are like little sponges and they try to learn and copy everything from us. So the more we recycle, or talk about green driving and green clothing, the more chances there are they will follow into our footsteps.
When it comes to Materials & Technology, their mission is very clear: handpicking every single fabric based on its environmental footprint and lifetime durability. We only ever use Class A and B fibres and as we go we’ll only ever look for the most responsible fabric material and technology available. That means natural, renewable, recycled, biodegradable and or low-impact textiles only.
The team behind asked themselves a very important question: what’s the #1 rule about making clothes? So they think this: ‘Design everything to last. That means investing in quality fabrics and workmanship – but it also means designing with simplicity and function in mind’.
And that’s what they truly do. Plus a little treat for my followers! The code TALKOBC will be valid until March 07 and provides everyone with 10% off!! 🥳