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The Best Cheap Sustainable Clothing Brands in the UK

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This article showcases our top picks for the Cheap Sustainable Clothing Brands in the UK. 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.

Thought Clothing

This product was recommended by Ashton Turner from Veetrends

Thought Clothing is a UK-based sustainable fashion brand that uses natural and organic materials to create its clothing. They are committed to ethical and sustainable practices, and their clothing is both affordable and stylish.

People Tree

This product was recommended by Ashton Turner from Veetrends

People Tree is a leading sustainable fashion brand in the UK that offers a wide range of clothing, accessories, and homeware. They are committed to fair trade and use organic and sustainable materials to create their products. They also have a wide range of affordable options.


This product was recommended by Melissa Terry from VEM Tooling

Brand Nu-In recognizes that it has made mistakes in the past. Still, it is trying to reduce its environmental impact by eliminating flash sales and offering uniform sizing guides. They’ve also agreed to employ recycled materials (preventing wasteful landfill disposal of textiles) and to design with sustainability and reusability in mind.


This product was recommended by Melissa Terry from VEM Tooling

A company that pays its employees the Living Wage, Omnes strives to create trendy pieces that are both modern and timeless. This top is manufactured from sustainable Ecovero viscose mono-material from start to finish. Even the labels are crafted from used bottles.


This product was recommended by Melissa Terry from VEM Tooling

Boody makes cozy necessities out of bamboo grown in an eco-friendly manner. Due to bamboo’s rapid growth rate, no harmful pesticides, fertilizers, or watering are needed during the plant’s cultivation in China. Soft, hypoallergenic fabrics that allow air to circulate freely through the clothing have been used in their construction. Because the garments are knitted in tubes, there is also very little scrap material. There is also very little waste because bamboo is used, and all plant portions can be used for something. The cost might range from £10 to £120. We could not compile a list of cheap and ethical UK-based apparel manufacturers without including this fantastic label for cozy essentials.

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