Like H&M’s Conscious Collection? These Brands Are Eco-Warriors Too

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    More shoppers are becoming conscious shoppers. An array of homegrown and international labels are upping their CSR game and keeping a close eye on their footprints. From manufacturing to packaging and marketing campaigns - sustainability has become the new buzzword. And we couldn't be happier. 

    So, it's all about keeping the planet in mind while making shopping decision. And we've rounded up a few brands that are not only killing it their stylish collection, but also their sustainability efforts. 

    Lake Peace

    Lake Peace

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    Known for their comfortable and stylish collection of organic cotton, Lake Peace is a 100% vegan, sustainable and organic e-store. Expect lots of comfy and solid-coloured t-shirts, dresses, maxis and more. Oh, and they're also great for your health as it's free from any kind of toxic pesticides and dyes. 

    Apanakah

    Apanakah

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    Minimalism, pastel hues and a contemporary style - Apanakah is another fashion house we love for its sustainable collection. Slightly on the higher end, their collection ranges from INR 2,000 to 4,000. But if you're looking for a super chic and minimal collection for your office wear, this brand is for you! 

    Leisure Loom

    Leisure Loom

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    From elevating your brunch looks to all things beachy - Leisure Loom's got a super trendy, high-street fashion and breezy collection. If you're looking to shop for your vacation, I'd highly recommend checking out this brand.  

    Queen Bee

    Queen Bee

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    Floral embroidery, boho co-ords and comfortable - Queen Bee's entire collection is designed in-house by a skilled team of local artisans, fashion designers and tailors. From using natural byes for the denim to using up biodegradable materials, we're loving this brand's efforts towards sustainability.  

    Cotlino

    Cotlino

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    Looking for daily wear casuals and basics? Well, Cotlino, a zero-waste brand, is worth giving a shot! Their eco-friendly collection which is made of 100% organic cotton and natural fibres is simply our new wardrobe fave. Expect solid coloured basics in shades like black, grey, yellow, navy blue and more. 

    And if you're looking for budget-friendly brands like H&M, we've curated some more!

    Reth

    Reth

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    Minimal prints, pastel hues and slow fashion, folks say hello to Reth. A planet-friendly label, their collection mainly comprises of breezy dresses and maxis ideal for your brunches, office wear and casual get together as well.     

    Kavya Singh Kundu

    This sustainable fashion label was born out of the founder's love for textiles from across the country - from the looms of Bengal to the lanes of Lucknow and the gallis of Benaras. Fun meets contemporary with her classy collection which includes tops, jumpsuits, skirts, jackets, shorts, scarves and more. 

    Terra Tribe

    Terra Tribe

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    Terra Tribe's collection is entirely locally sourced and manufactured with a fabric called Tencel (a fibre made from wood pulp). They not just use a planet-friendly fabric, but also ensure that their dyes are plant-based and cruelty-free. 

    Stockpyl

    Stockpyl

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    Calling out all the hippie folks and pop-culture folks out there. Yep, we know most of the labels mentioned in this list are kinda pricey - but this one's an exception. Stockpyl stocks up on factory seconds and thrifted clothes - hence you can get your hands on some really cool apparels at a cost-effective price. So, I'd say, surely bookmark this one ! 

    Lea Clothing Co.

    The good folks at Lea Clothing Co. take immense pride in curating clothing that supports the shape of curvy Indian women. So, clearly, this fashion label is nailing it when it comes to body positivity and size inclusivity. Oh, and they also make sure they keep the Earth in mind while manufacturing apparel - hence every piece of clothing is made from the surplus fabric sourced from the founder's family garment business. So, woohoo! They're sustainable too! 

    Oh, and here are more brands we'd like to give a shoutout to for their body positivity approach!