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The Best Cheap Sustainable Brands in the UK

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This article showcases our top picks for the Cheap Sustainable 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.

Beyond Retro

This product was recommended by Richard Dixon from Team Emergency Plumber

The home of vintage men’s and women’s clothing, including sportswear, dresses, sweatshirts, t-shirts, and jeans, is Beyond Retro, a top vintage retailer in the UK. Some of the most well-known brands can be found at Beyond Retro, including Nike, Levi’s, Dr. Martens, Lacoste, Woolrich, and many more. They mostly carry clothing from the 1960s through the 1990s, vintage from the year 2000, plus size vintage, and even vintage gear from the NFL, NBA, MLB, and NBA.


This product was recommended by Candace Hoener from Neo Candle

The company creates ethically made everyday and multipurpose basics in a variety of natural hues and striking patterns. They only make in-the-moment and only produce what customers genuinely need, when customers need it. Another example of a fashion company that maintains affordable costs while benefiting the environment and its customers is Rapanui. However, Rapanui is much, much more.

Nobody’s Child

This product was recommended by David Cohen from Flower Station

I love shopping at Nobody’s Child along with my family. It’s the best store to find eco-friendly dresses with hip floral and geometric motifs and solid colors. They employ a variety of sustainable textiles. They provide alterations and repairs so that your clothing lasts as long as possible. But they don’t just sell dresses; they also offer incredibly low pricing on everything from athleisure to nightwear and jumpsuits.


This product was recommended by Admir Salcinovic from PriceListo

Amazon’s new conscious brand is everything you want and more. It includes everything you need for your closet and home, offering a huge variety of sizes, and it’s cheap, abundant in sizes, and made with at least 50 percent recycled or organic materials. It’s also certified carbon neutral and made with at least 50 percent recycled or organic materials.


This product was recommended by Haris Bacic from PriceListo

Boody makes thoughtful, comfortable, everyday essentials that are soft, comfortable, and feel good with a heavy emphasis on undergarments and loungewear. (You know I love my Aussie brands because let’s be real, they just get it!)


This product was recommended by Ranee Zhang from Airgram

Fair Indigo values premium quality, timeless and sustainable clothes as much as they do the people who make, produce, and utilise them. Their clothing is crafted from pima cotton (one of the world’s best cotton) sourced from Peruvian forests and safe, ethical eco-dyes.


This product was recommended by Danny Peng from Zhengxin Group

Their garments are made from organic and fair-trade cotton, chemical-free dyes, and ethically sourced materials. They also take special care of what they use for packaging material. They work with fair-trade certified factories to empower their employees by ensuring safe working conditions in a sustainable environment and supporting local communities.


This product was recommended by Liam John from One Lucky Couple

Prana is an American company that aims to change the world, inspire and educate others, and outfit your adventures with respect to people and planet. The materials they use, their fair-trade practices, their climate efforts, working to become more circular, responsible packaging, and more all contribute to their reputation as a fashion label that respects the environment.

Threads for Thought

This product was recommended by Ümit Kemal from DK Klinik

An eco-conscious company that believes in creating products that leave a smaller environmental footprint, support local communities, and change the fashion industry narrative to be more sustainable, ethical, and impactful. Their products are designed to be comfortable and stylish while being super affordable and eco-friendly.

People Tree

This product was recommended by Gretchen Boyd from NYC House Cleaners

People Tree is a sustainable brand that is produced by the highest moral and environmental standards throughout. I remember seeing this brand in alternative shops many years ago, so it’s wonderful to discover that it is still offering high-quality, fair-trade clothing today. Since the beginning of its business in 1991, this ethical apparel company has worked to offer Fair trade and ecological design. It is a UK brand and is also Certified for Fairtrade. They have lots of qualified collections and sustainable fabrics. All their garments are dyed with low-impact dyes devoid of dangerous azo chemicals, which are widely employed in the production of apparel. Provides free shipping for orders over £50.


This product was recommended by Bridgette Witte from Culinary Debates

One of the first major fashion brands to see the value of incorporating sustainability into their operations was H&M. Additionally, the brand annually introduces a range of eco-friendly clothes known as Conscious Exclusive. High-end, environmentally friendly items are part of the assortment to promote sustainability in the fashion sector. For instance, each outfit has at least 50% sustainably sourced materials, and additional materials used include pineapple leaves, hemp waste, and recycled glass.

Taco vs Burrito

This product was recommended by Loren from Taco vs Burrito

Taco vs Burrito is the #1 Most Gifted Card Game on Amazon. This wildly popular and surprisingly strategic game was created by a 7-year-old and has taken the card game industry by storm. With over 600K games sold and over 12,000 five-star reviews, Taco vs Burrito sold a whopping $5.6 million in 2021. It’s perfect for kids, adults and families!

Bold Made

This product was recommended by Loren from Taco vs Burrito

Bold Made was awarded the Best Children’s Product Award by Tillywig. Bold Made flips the script on traditional Old Maid by including Bold Women who made huge impacts on our world such as Malala Yousafzai, Temple Grandin, Ellen Ochoa, Roberta Bondar, Billie Jean King, Georgia O’Keeffe, Sally Ride, Maya Angelou, Amelia Earhart and many more. Bold Made also has a more aspirational goal of ending the game with the Bold Made card. The perfect way to have fun and learn about inspiring women at the same time. #educationisfun


This product was recommended by David Reid from VEM Tooling

This brand acknowledges that they haven’t always gotten it right, but it’s trying to prevent the it doesn’t fit requirement for returns by using limited water consumption, not doing flash sales, and standardizing its size charts. They have also made a joint pledge to design for circularity, use recycled materials (to prevent textiles from ending up in landfills), and become PETA Vegan approved. This will help save textiles from being thrown away.


This product was recommended by David Reid from VEM Tooling

Omnes is an employer that pays its workers the Living Wage, and the company strives to create items inspired by current trends but can also be worn successfully many years into the future. Because this top is constructed entirely from Ecovero viscose mono-material, it is designed to be simple to recycle when it reaches the end of its useful life. Even the labels are created with recycled plastic from bottle caps.


This product was recommended by Irene Graham from Spylix

In addition to being a fashion label, Pangaia also operates as a so-called materials science company. They focus on developing new technologies that will reduce the fashion industry’s negative effects on the environment and the people who create their products. Their recycled cashmere is a combination of pre-consumer and post-consumer cashmere that has been recycled. It provides fibers a second chance at life and finds new uses for unwanted clothing scraps. https://pangaia.com/


This product was recommended by Irene Graham from Spylix

Everlane believes that avoiding trends in favor of classics is one of the most important aspects of sustainable fashion. Everlane state, we’re not big on trends. We hope you will enjoy wearing our creations for many years, perhaps even decades. It is essential to their longevity that they source high-quality textiles and produce their goods in ethical factories that are frequently audited.

Hiut Denim

This product was recommended by Irene Graham from Spylix

Hiut Denim is a brand that only produces jeans in Wales. The company was established to bring jeans manufacturing back to the town of Cardigan after a factory there had closed down. They also started the No Wash Club, an organization dedicated to conserving water (and washing powder.) Oh, and the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, is a supporter.


This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM Medical

It believes everyone should be able to afford the best, so the brand has set out to make luxurious pieces at affordable prices. The team responsibly sourced sustainable materials like organic cotton, silk, and cashmere to create sleek and stylish designs that last a long time. The company transparently shares information about its partner factories, including wages and working conditions.

For Days

This product was recommended by Derrick Hathaway from VEM Medical

This brand may very well be the future of sustainable fashion. Every product here is 100 percent recyclable and made with zero waste principles—and can be returned to the shop as part of its closed-loop system once you are done wearing it.


This product was recommended by Brian Jones from Best in Edmonton

Albaray was founded by three fashion industry buddies who intended to break prevailing traditions. Behind the designs are a well planned supply chain and well-chosen sustainable textiles. This crew neck jumper features an allover multi-colored crochet stripe. Rib trims along the collar, cuffs, and hem. Made from 100% Responsibly Sourced Cotton.

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