8 Responsibly-made Lingerie Brands

When searching for sustainable lingerie, not only should you look for comfort and size fit, but also check for its materials and...

July 8, 2022

When searching for sustainable lingerie, not only should you look for comfort and size fit, but also check for its materials and manufacturing process - whether it’s made with more sustainable materials such as organic cotton or recycled/upcycled fiber and made in safe working conditions. Here are 6 lingerie brands that take social environmental responsibility in how their lingerie is made. Learn more about how these brands are sustainable on the ConsiderBeyond app.

1. Proclaim

Born: Los Angeles, United States

Proclaim offers nude lingerie collections for women of all colors, produced locally in Los Angeles. They use sustainable materials including Tencel, Cupro, Organic cotton & hemp, and Repreve Recycled Polyester which is BPA-free. Their packaging is all made out of recycled materials and is recyclable.

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2. Knickey  

Born: New York, United States

Sustainability Certifications: OEKO-TEX, Climate Neutral, Global Organic Textile Standard

Knickey uses GOTS & OEKO-TEX certified organic & sustainable materials to create comfortable underwear. Kinckey allows you to get rid of your old underwear through their recycling program. The old undies will divert into re-usable materials while you get rewarded with a free pair of organic botton undies.

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Photo by Knicky

3. Anekdot.

Born: Germany

Anekdot. transforms surplus fabrics into deliberate essentials that empower your daily life - from the inside out. They make continuous improvements to reduce their impact, give back to the land, and empower makers while boosting your daily life with a figure-hugging style.

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Photo by Anekdot

Let's dance in our underwear.

4. Harper Wilde

Born: United States

Harper Wilde is a company for all women, including the future generation of leading women. They are committed to lifting up all generations of leading ladies through partnerships with organizations that empower young women and girls. They also created a bra recycling program, Recycle, Bra, where you can recycle any brand of bras and underwear.

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5. Nénés Paris

Born: France

Sustainability Certifications: OEKO-TEX, Global Recycled Standard

Nénés Paris combines fashion and environmental protection to support the circular economy. They are constantly working towards being 100% transparent with the manufacturing process. All lingerie is made with 100% recycled fiber.

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6. Underprotection

Born: Denmark

Sustainability Certifications: OEKO-TEX Made in Green, B Corporation, PETA-Approved Vegan, Global Organic Textile Standard

Underprotection wishes to make every kind of woman feel special, beautiful, and loved when wearing Underprotection. A certified B-corp brand, their soft and fashionable lingerie collection is made to be socially and environmentally conscious from materials, production, and packaging to wash & care.

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7. Boody

Born: United States

Sustainability Certifications: OEKO-TEX Made in Green, COSMOS Organic, PETA-Approved Vegan, FSC Certified

Boody introduces comfortable, organic bamboo underwear and athleisure made with a mindful and considerate approach towards the environment. Boody provides a whole package: made with no waste products to recycled packaging, you are one step closer to building a conscious closet.

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Born: Canada

Sustainability Certifications: OEKO-TEX

NK IMODE aims to introduce women of all body shapes to a restorative sleeping experience and a self-loving moment. Their collections are timeless, reflecting refined everlasting style made using environmentally friendly fabrics. They carefully craft garments to last for years and produce each piece of their silks in sustainable conditions.



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