The Best Cheap Sustainable Textiles

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This article showcases our top picks for the Cheap Sustainable Textiles. 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.


This product was recommended by Athina Zisi from Energy Casino

Ettitude is a brand that creates sustainable bedding, towels, and clothing made from organic bamboo, a highly renewable and sustainable material. Their products are designed to be both soft and durable, and are produced using environmentally friendly practices. Ettitude’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond their products, as they also use eco-friendly packaging and partner with organizations that work to reduce waste and promote sustainability.

Bambu Home

This product was recommended by Milosz Krasinski from Chilli Fruit Web Consulting

Bambu Home: Bambu Home is a brand that offers a range of sustainable textiles made from natural and organic materials, such as bamboo and hemp. Their products, which include towels, tablecloths, and napkins, are designed to be both functional and eco-friendly, and are produced using sustainable manufacturing practices. Bambu Home textiles are known for their softness, durability, and absorbency, making them a great choice for consumers who want to promote a more environmentally conscious lifestyle.

Avocado Green Mattress

This product was recommended by Maria Hill from YellowFeverEats

Avocado Green Mattress offers a range of sustainable and affordable bedding products, including sheets, pillows, and comforters. They use organic cotton, wool, and latex in their products and are committed to environmentally responsible manufacturing practices.


This product was recommended by Brandon Mackie from Pickleheads

One example of cheap sustainable textiles is Patagonia Provisions. They offer organic cotton clothing and recycled polyester products that are both eco-friendly and affordable. I recommend Patagonia Provisions because they prioritize sustainability and affordability, making it easier for consumers to make environmentally conscious choices without breaking the bank.

the GoodTee Store

This product was recommended by Sophia Garcia-Davis from Giftsicle

Since I WFH I basically live in a wide variety of t-shirts and one of my personal favorites (I even recommended it in a bunch of my gift guides last Christmas) is the Slim Fit Tee from the GoodTee Store. You can’t beat the price and it’s totally flattering whether you’re wearing it around your house, out for errands or need to jump on a last minute Zoom call for work. The slim fit style makes it look and feel less baggy and the double-folded short sleeve gives it a more trendy flair. For an organic crewneck it’s currently the only tee I have in all three colors.

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