Sustainable and ethical fashion is considerate of our planet and the people in it. When sourcing, manufacturing and designing clothes. Small changes make a big impact. It's part of our commitment to seek an eco-friendly world, starting with making sustainable fashion choices more accessible. Here are our latest Sustainable tights, leggings, and Socks all from brands including Billi London & Sarah Borghi. We work closely with each of our brands to bring you as much information as possible about the origins of each item so that you can make an informed choice based around the values that matter to you most as an individual.
Sustainable fashion is an ethical approach to creating clothing without a huge negative environmental impact. Usually, sustainable clothing is made from materials which are biodegradable, recyclable, and reusable. At Luxury Legs, our sustainable clothing collections have all the essentials you need in your wardrobe, from sustainable leggings to sustainable tights.
Sustainably made jeans are often made with materials that are reusable or biodegradable. Often they have been created via sustainable production methods. Our sustainable jeans use cotton and viscose. Viscose is made from renewable plants, making it environmentally friendly and sustainable.
Our clothing materials are created with sustainable materials such as silk, cashmere, cotton, wool, modal, and viscose. Modal is considered one of the most sustainable fabrics today. It's lightweight and breathable. Modal is manufactured from a renewable crop, so the raw material is considered carbon neutral if harvested responsibly.
Fast fashion has a large carbon footprint due to transportation, petroleum-based materials, and manufacturing methods. Even textile waste and the inability to recycle clothing sustainably after its lifecycle is detrimental to our environment. Sustainable clothing is made to reduce a negative impact on the environment. Manufacturers create sustainable fashion using recyclable materials, biodegradable materials, and an environmentally-friendly manufacturing process to create a garment that is made to last without contributing to environmental damage. You can discover how sustainability is becoming the future of fashion from our article on our blog.