A Guide To Ethical T-Shirts
Ah, the humble white tee. It’s an everyday essential, looking good on everyone and even better coupled with a classic pair of jeans. What’s better is that there are plenty of ethical t-shirt brands out there! I reckon it’s because t-shirts are a relatively simple garment to make, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that each brand products a different style, vision, and fit.
My favourite white tee comes from Androgyny UK, an indie brand producing clothing without the gender labels. It’s clever, showing the versatility of our clothing alongside the freedom for self expression. I’m wearing their 3 Colour T-Shirt, made from 95% organic cotton, and blended with 5% elastane, for a soft feel and sturdy shape. I love the bold lettering up against the incredibly clean, stark white, and it comes with a quality ribbed neckline as well as sleeves capable of rolling. All of Androgyny’s clothing is designed and made in their UK-based studio too.