Organic Clothing’s Rising Popularity

Looking at where the world is going in terms of climatic changes and intensity of damage to mother earth, of course fashion has a great role to play

Fashion production makes up 10% of humanity’s carbon emissions, dries up water sources, and pollutes rivers and streams. What’s more, 85% of all textiles go to the dump each year. … Here are the most significant impacts fast fashion has on the planet. Clothing production has roughly doubled since 2000

The fashion industry has a disastrous impact on the environment. In fact, it is the second largest polluter in the world, just after the oil industry. And the environmental damage is increasing as the industry grows.

However, there are solutions and alternatives to mitigate these problems. The first step lies in building awareness and willingness to change.

 To say that organic clothing is a popular trend is definitely an understatement!

Buying organic has become a lifestyle, not just a fashion choice. For many, it represents a better way to shop and feel better about those choices, for many reasons.

The Benefits

Organic cotton is cotton that is produced and certified according to the guidelines and standards of organic farming. The cultivation of organic cotton promotes/maintains ecosystem diversity by preserving the health of soils, nature and humans. For organic cotton, artificial fertilisers and pesticides are replaced by natural means and sustainable methods. The use of toxic chemicals and genetically modified seeds are prohibited.

Organic farming has lots of advantages:

  • Reduces Ecological Footprint:  Over the years, the use of GMO seeds, pesticides, chemical fertilizers have degraded the soil fertility. As soil health weakens, farmers become dependent on these expensive farm inputs, which further puts them into a spiral of debts…one of the major reasons for suicides amongst farmers.
  •  Better working conditions of farmers and their families: They are not exposed to harmful chemicals in the fields, food or water supply. In producer groups, they organize and support each other.
  • Less Water Consumption: Organic cotton, irrespective of conventional cotton, is irrigated by up to 80% with rainwater. In addition, the groundwater remains clean through the consistent avoidance of harmful substances.

That’s why we are offering and Organic cotton fabrics and clothing. We take it seriously…because why wouldn’t we want to support a sustainable planet?

We’re all in this together!

We understand that organic cotton may sometimes seem too expensive. But you are investing in water conservation, clean air, healthy soil and a fairer life for the farmers – and measured by that, the price is not that high anymore. In addition, the greater the demand, the more the price can be regulated in the coming years.

Let’s together make a difference!!!