The Best Cheap Sustainable Clothing Brands in India

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This article showcases our top picks for the Cheap Sustainable Clothing Brands in India. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Nicobar

This product was recommended by Max Shak from Survival Gear Shack

Fashion, home decor, and travel accessories are all part of the brand’s contemporary lifestyle. Their products are influenced by the Indian Ocean and their stores reflect a relaxed island aesthetic and a philosophy of simplicity in timeless, long-lasting products that are influenced by natural materials and design. During my visit to their Chennai store, I was swept into a world of beautiful bamboo dresses, organic cotton, and fabulous eco-friendly home decor.

Bira 91

This product was recommended by Febra Alexander from Doggy Bag Treat

Bira 91 is a great option for affordable, sustainable clothing. Their garments are made from organic cotton and other natural materials, and they use low-impact dyes for their products. I love shopping at Bira 91 because I know that I am getting quality clothing that is also gentle on the environment.

No Nasties

This product was recommended by Deepika Adhikari from TheNatureHero

No Nasties is a sustainable clothing brand that produces 100% organic and fair trade cotton clothing. Their products are free from harmful chemicals and are made by workers who receive fair wages and good working conditions. No Nasties also has a transparent supply chain, allowing customers to trace the journey of their clothes from farm to factory.

Doodlage

This product was recommended by Deepika Adhikari from TheNatureHero

Doodlage is a sustainable fashion brand that uses upcycled and recycled materials to create unique and stylish clothing. Their products are made from textile waste, leftover fabric scraps, and post-consumer waste. Doodlage also promotes zero-waste production and sustainable consumption through its innovative designs.

Fabindia

This product was recommended by Deepika Adhikari from TheNatureHero

Fabindia is a sustainable fashion brand specializing in handcrafted and eco-friendly clothing. They work with rural artisans and craftspeople to create traditional and contemporary designs using natural materials such as cotton, silk, and linen. Fabindia also has a range of sustainable home and personal care products.

Anokhi

This product was recommended by Usman Khan from Sewinging

Anokhi is a great option for those looking for sustainable and cheap clothing in India. The brand specializes in handcrafted clothing made from natural materials such as cotton and silk. Anokhi’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond its clothing; they also use recycled paper and water-based dyes in its packaging.

The Terra Tribe

This product was recommended by Maria Bonanno from Fastfit Bullbars Sydney

• The Terra Tribe is a lifestyle brand offering contemporary clothing for those conscious of their environmental impact. • They emphasize sustainability and transparency throughout their supply chain. • The commitment is guarantees impeccable quality and a minimal carbon footprint. • Terra Tribe strives for a circular ecosystem with good working conditions for all involved.

Exotic India

This product was recommended by Kartik Kumar from Exotic India Art

Exotic India clothing collection features a variety of styles, from traditional Indian dresses to contemporary Western wear. The brand uses traditional handloom techniques to create their clothing, which not only gives their clothes a unique and authentic look but also supports local artisans and preserves traditional craft skills.

Pachacolours

This product was recommended by David Reid from VEM Tooling

Pachacolours is a brand that makes clothing using sustainable materials like organic cotton and hemp. They also use natural dyes and promote ethical and fair trade practices. Their clothing is simple yet stylish, with dresses starting at INR 1,200. I love their commitment to reducing their environmental impact.

B Label

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM Medical

B Label is a sustainable clothing brand that uses organic and recycled materials. They also use eco-friendly dyes and promote fair trade practices. Their clothing is simple yet stylish, with t-shirts starting at just INR 600. I appreciate their focus on sustainability and affordability.

Ethicus

This product was recommended by Sahil Mehra from Lonelyaxe

Ethicus is a sustainable clothing brand that specializes in handwoven sarees, kurtas, and other traditional Indian garments. They use organic cotton and other natural fibers, and their production process is designed to minimize waste and maximize efficiency. Ethicus is a great choice for anyone looking for high-quality, sustainable clothing that celebrates India’s rich cultural heritage.

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