In a post-Covid 2021, sustainability is the new buzz word. We have passed the buck for far too long, now the onus is on us to support brands that are doing good for the people, planet and animals. Aslee is one such brand, that makes clothes out of eco-friendly fabrics, sourced locally to empower marginalised communities, and save Himalayan diversity.
The word Aslee when translated from Hindi and Nepali languages means something ‘real’. That’s exactly where the brand’s strength lies. No catches or hidden agenda, only pure commitment towards the planet and its people. Aslee uses hemp, bamboo, and native nettle to make your clothes. These are ethically sourced with complete transparency, ensuring that they improve the lives of people involved down the supply chain.
Taking your first step into the world of slow fashion? Start with hemp. It has a lower carbon footprint than most fast-fashion fabrics and produces apparel which is breathable, comfortable and naturally anti-microbial. Check out Aslee’s range of round neck hemp & cotton blend t-shirts for men and women. Neutral, natural and no-nonsense. If you are aiming for a capsule wardrobe this year, then you must get your paws on Aslee’s lounge-cum-yoga-cum-gym pants, made from a bamboo-spandex blend. Besides being comfy AF, these pants have a powerful insulating property that will keep you warm in winters and cool in summers!