A sustainable clothing line that doesn’t sacrifice style

More and more clothing companies are looking to create items that are sustainable and have a positive impact on the environment. Items that use recycled materials, while at the same time reduce toxic emissions and recycle waste water.


Previously we wrote about the Honeycomb boot made from Bionic Canvas, a combination of  organic cotton and recycled PET.


Now we showcase another company who have the environment on their conscious with its latest range.



Witchery brings balance to the environment and its clothes


Witchery, is focused on creating clothing that embrace sustainable fabrics, while at the same time creating gorgeous pieces of clothing that people want to wear. The company’s Balance range is a line of activewear that doesn’t only get used on gym days, but rather a comfortable, versatile range that can easily be worn any day of the week.


The Balance range has a core palette of black, white, grey and navy blue that allows you to easily incorporate any of the items into your existing wardrobe.


However, the best part of the Balance range is the incorporation of progressive yarns, repurposed materials and environmentally considerate production methods to ensure a truly sustainable range.


Witchery fold-over tie pant & longline duster coat


Some of the stand-out pieces in the Balance range include the fold-over tie pant and the longline duster coat, which have both been created from recycled polyester yarn. The yarn is made from recycled plastic materials, including discarded water bottles.


Witchery sleeveless tank & top


The sleeveless tank and sleeveless top are made from a yarn prepared and produced in Israel called Nilit yarn. The yarn has a four-way stretch ensuring comfort and softness. While the production of the yarn also has the environment top of mind and aims to reduce toxic emissions and recycle waste water.


Check out the Witchery Balance range on their site, order online or head into a store. Pricing for the range starts at $20 and goes up to $180 for the duster coat.


Images via: Witchery
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