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Me to We Responsible Style

Purchasing vegan clothing isn't difficult. There are quite a lot of animal-free fabrics and materials to dress us. However, what is difficult is ensuring that they are not only free of animals in all shapes and forms, but ensure that the very environment they live in isn't endangered as well. It isn't as hard as most people think. Once you get used to reading the labels or with a few google searches, finding the perfect style that won't harm animals or the environment is a breeze.

One of my favourite clothing lines was invented with everything I just mentioned in the previous paragraph in mind. This Toronto, Canada-based business sells clothing that makes us feel good on the inside – while advertising it high and loud on the outside! Their 'Be the Change' t-shirt, being the most popular one in their line, is the proof: their clients love showing the world that they can be the change they want to see in the world.

They actively seek out the best fabrics to make high-quality clothing. Organic cotton and viscose from bamboo are the two main ones used to – dare I say – make their clothes irresistibly soft. Other sustainable products go into making their line of clothing.

And, to make your purchase of these products even more perfect, 50% of the proceeds go to the Free the Children organisation. All of their products are fair-trade. Buying clothes from them is the responsible solution many of us have been looking for.

Therefore, the name was well chosen for their product: bringing the global thinking from 'me' to 'we' by ensuring the decisions we make don't have negative impacts on others, our planet and the animals.

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  1. Diane
    The shirts with messages are awesome!
  2. Carolyn
    Vote #8 Snakewitch. Question: Do you know about the wrinkle resistance of the organic cotton, viscose, or bamboo clothing articles? I am wondering if any of the fabric makers add something to enhance wrinkle resistance.
    1. SnakeWitch
      No clue. Sorry. I just know that they are great for that. I am wondering if it isn't that organic cotton is just more natural, and the pesticide one has an issue with it. You could look it up and let me know if you find anything.
  3. Fifi Leigh
    Fifi Leigh
    do you know of name of stores that sell vegan clothing? i am trying to find local stores that have vegan clothing....
    1. SnakeWitch
      Well, you need to read the label. And, the best way to go is to look it up on the internet. I don't know where you live so I can't tell you the names of stores. Best lists to use are the ones that are from small, local retailers, not big chains. It's usually the big chains that cause problems when it comes to vegan and sustainable clothes.


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