Graphic: Jillian Lucas, Photo: Meer, Naja, Pansy

These days, not a lot of thought goes into what’s under our clothes. You pick up a 4-pack at Target or H&M and get on your way. But with sustainable clothing hitting the mainstream like a ton of bricks, what goes on underneath should matter too. These sustainable lingerie and undergarment brands provide excellent working conditions, living wages, and source their materials in eco-conscious ways that will make you think twice about what you wear under your next outfit.

PACT

Graphic: Jillian Lucas, Photo: PACT

I’ve talked about PACT before and how comfortable their basics are, and their underwear and bralettes are no different. They’re all organic cotton and elastane, so they’ll continue to get softer and softer with each wash.


Meer

Screenshot: Meer

Meer is a small sustainable bra company run by a husband and wife team in Texas. They take the sports bra and make it an everyday bra by ditching the bulky fabric, slimming the silhouette and not even thinking about underwire. The criss-cross back allows for support without the metal. They also have the coolest tote bag in all the land.


Naja

Screenshot: Naja

At first glance, Naja lingerie and you wouldn’t guess that this brand is eco-conscious and sustainable. Their entire Eco-Friendly line is beautiful, luxurious, and will make you feel good while you wear it.


White Rabbit

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White Rabbit is a women-run brand that provides underwear and bralettes made with sustainably-sourced bamboo to the masses. The simple construction and overall easy-to-wear silhouettes allow their pieces to become a staple in any underwear drawer.


Pansy

Graphic: Jillian Lucas, Photo: Pansy

You may not see Pansy as a lingerie brand, but they don’t care. Their cotton basics make simple silhouettes look sexy and let the person wearing them feel good about what’s on their body. It’s no fuss, 100% organic cotton, USA-made underwear for real, everyday life.